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Nortel Presentation at GLIF
Nortel Presentation at GLIF
Nortel Presentation at GLIF
Nortel Presentation at GLIF
Nortel Presentation at GLIF
Nortel Presentation at GLIF
Nortel Presentation at GLIF
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Nortel Presentation at GLIF

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At the 9th Annual Global LambdaGrid Workshop Nortel's Rod Wilson announced Dynamic Resource Allocation Control utility was being released under an Open Source Licence.

At the 9th Annual Global LambdaGrid Workshop Nortel's Rod Wilson announced Dynamic Resource Allocation Control utility was being released under an Open Source Licence.

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  • 1. Rod Wilson, Director External Research Metro Ethernet Networks NORTEL Research Labs, Ottawa Canada October 22, 2009
  • 2. Dynamic Resource Allocation Control (DRAC) • Original concept called CO2 implying optical bandwidth content on demand as required by Applications. • With help from Marketing it became DRAC • Developed in 2004 by my Nortel colleagues Franco Travostino, Bruce Schofield and Inder Monga. • Nortel Research has presented experimental evolutions of DRAC as a GLIF participant and at SC04 SC07 • Development of DRAC has progressed over the past years, but there were insufficient market forces to expand the functionality to complete the vision. 2
  • 3. DRAC Announcement • In order to fully realize the potential of DRAC, to meet the needs of our R&E collaborators… and others Nortel is announcing our intention to make DRAC available for the GLIF Community under an Open Source License • official position is it will take 6 months • we hope and expect to do better A technical presentation about DRAC follows later in the 9th GLIF annual meeting agenda. Thank You 3
  • 4. Dynamic Resource Allocation control (DRAC) A Brief History, where it came from, what it does and where is it going 4
  • 5. Original Concept • Observations 5
  • 6. Original Project definition 6
  • 7. DRAC Taxonomy 7
  • 8. The SC06 Demonstrator KREOnet DataCenter Internal/External in Korea Sensor Webs DRAC DataCenter Controlled @Tampa Lightpaths SC|2006 Netherlight Nortel’s Sensor Dispatch Services Platform DataCenter in Amsterdam Computation at the Right Place & Time! Computation at the Right Place & Time! We migrate live Virtual Machines, unbeknownst to We migrate live Virtual Machines, unbeknownst to applications and clients, for data affinity, BC/DR, load applications and clients, for data affinity, BC/DR, load balancing, or power management balancing, or power management 8
  • 9. Activities to Precede Going Open Source • Tutorial/Instructional Material As html or apt (almost plain text) file snippets • Review, approval of Nortel Business Administrators • Architecture/Philosophy documentation • - overall architecture & philosophy & history/vision • - document/list of items to fix or improve • e.g. RMI vs socket messaging (currently we use a mix of both), OME control plane support, Limitations • Code preparation in accordance with license requirements • Define the (collaborative environment) organization of the first year • Security audit to ensure safe and controlled user access to the network resource. 9

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