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SC11: Advanced Research Networks - Rod Wilson

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Ciena's Rod Wilson talks about the technology advancements over the last decade in Research and Education Networks.

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SC11: Advanced Research Networks - Rod Wilson

  1. 1. Advances in High Performance Research NetworksRodney G. WilsonSr. Director External ResearchSC11, Seattle Washington© Ciena Confidential and Proprietary
  2. 2. We help you unlock your network’s full potential… and make collaboration happen2 © Ciena Confidential and Proprietary
  3. 3. Ciena’s Solutions Converged World-leading Optical Ethernet coherent infrastructure technology featuring 40G/100G optical solutionsCloud / data center Cost / Smart grid performance- High-frequency optimized LTE / trading mobile broadbandSecurity/encryption solutions 3 © Ciena Confidential and Proprietary
  4. 4. Research and Experimental NetworksYOU ARE HERE: Research andExperimental NetworksPartnership and Collaboration ProgramAdvanced Technology ResearchCTO Group Adoption RGWILSON 2005 Time Innovators Early Adopters Pragmatists Sunset, M/D Late Majority Source: Chasm Group Pragmatists Laggards Early Majority  Ciena has a remarkable history of research innovation with the High Performance Computing and networking community. The showcase venue for some of our breakthrough continues to be SuperComputing SCxx 4 © Ciena Confidential and Proprietary
  5. 5. The R&E Community – Ciena’s Interests Leading indicator of future network demands, challenges and solutions. History tells us that (often) what R&E does today is what mass markets do tomorrow. Proving / trial ground and visibility into adoption of next-generation network technologies (100G, Dynamic Circuit Networking, Application aware networking, IPv6, Cloud ) Ciena participation & contribution to R&E community to advanced network technology and architecture research understanding. We do proofs, test beds, experiments and demos together. Many R&E networks are our customers. This is a vital market segment for Ciena 5 © Ciena Confidential and Proprietary
  6. 6. Examples of past adventures Some here were long term joint activities Some were “proof of concept” Some were demonstration networks Some were product trials …some worked well, some less well.6 © Ciena Confidential and Proprietary
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  9. 9. # A. Lightweight users, browsing, mailing, home useu Need full Internet routing, one to manyse B. Business applications, multicast, streaming, VPN’s, mostly LANr Need VPN services and full Internet routing, several to several + uplinks C. Scientific applications, distributed data processing, all sorts of grids Need very fat pipes, limited multiple Virtual Organizations, few to few, p2p ΣC >> 100 Gb/s C ΣB ≈ 30 Gb/s A Source: C. deLaat ΣA ≈ 20 Gb/s University of Amsterdam circa 2003 B C ADSL GigE 9 © Ciena Confidential and Proprietary BW requirements
  10. 10. Dynamic Resource Allocation Control DRAC, and AAA experiments Pioneered by Franco Travostino, with many other contributors 10 © Ciena Confidential and Proprietary
  11. 11. Amsterdam Netherlight San Diego University of Ottawa UCSD – CALIT2 Illinois Chicago Research Lab OME Starlight Network OME OME 4xGigE OME 12xGigE 4xGigE Visualization 4xGigE Source Data Cluster Linux Cluster Source Data SARA Source Data Linux Cluster Linux cluster Electronic Visualization Lab @ UIC Dynamic Resource Allocation Control 11 © Ciena Confidential and ProprietaryTile Display Visualization
  12. 12. Scinet Photonic equipment100G Infrastructure 100Gb/s long haul WAN In the “production” Network 12 © Ciena Confidential and Proprietary
  13. 13. Cross-section: Virtualized User, Compute & Network Planes VM Traffic Application Control Rendering Multi-resource Co-ordination Plane User Plane Search Search Search Apps Apps Apps VM 3 1 VM VMTampa Amsterdam Seoul Virtual Compute Plane Virtual Compute Plane 2 Services Services AAA AAA AAA VM VM data data DRAC DRAC DRAC 13 © Ciena Confidential and Proprietary Multi-domain, Network Service Plane
  14. 14. The SC06 Demonstrator,sensor + cpu + data + net virtualization and control KREOnet Internal/External Korea Sensor Webs DRAC DataCenter Controlled Lightpaths @Tampa SC|2006 Amsterdam Netherlight Nortel’s Sensor Services Platform Computation at the Right Place & Time! Virtual Machines migration, unbeknownst to applications 14 and clients, for data affinity, load balancing, or power management © Ciena Confidential and Proprietary
  15. 15. 2008: 100G @ Supercomputing ( > 8Tb/s per fiber) 1 Petabyte of data transfer in 12hours on 1 carrier Single Carrier 100G @ 50Ghz Spacing Full C-Band Tunable Asynchronous Multiplexing 10x10G Any 10G Client on Any Port 100G 8dB+ Enhanced FEC Dual Polarization + QPSK Modulation Format Low Latency Commercial Form Factor 15 © Ciena Confidential and Proprietary
  16. 16. CVS 2010 Terrestrial Demo Content & Applications – 100G100G Connectivity from Ciena MEN LAB 10 MEN LAB 10 Tile Display OttawaOttawa to Starlight Gigapop inChicago.Ability to show simultaneousdata-flows sourced from majorcollaborators. Chicago Montreal Canadian Brain Imaging Network CBRAIN portal & Metadata 16 © Ciena Confidential and Proprietary
  17. 17. HPN enabled research…. C-Brain Project http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HlRTUYUf1Ew&feature=player_embedded17 © Ciena Confidential and Proprietary
  18. 18. Flight Case A micro “data centre” Containing: Dell Server w/ SSD drive array Mellanox 40GE nic 48v rectifier Ciena 6500 transport system 40GE tribs & 40G trunk18 © Ciena Confidential and Proprietary
  19. 19. Future Experiment termination: Alt Termination: Iceland Stockholm Topology for Terena demo May 16 2011 Termination1: Copenhagen Proved: 40G over Alien waves CERN to Stockholm Enabled: University Content Source: Amsterdam of Amsterdam protocol research (Ultra long haul TCP / UDP comparisons. Torn down for economic not technical reasons) Alt Source: CERN 19 © Ciena Confidential and Proprietary
  20. 20. Latency minimization for new protocols and FTP20 © Ciena Confidential and Proprietary
  21. 21. ..and today21 © Ciena Confidential and Proprietary
  22. 22. SC11 – Ciena demonstrations & Experiments HPC SCinet Backbone Network High Performance Content Delivery SCInet 10x10Gbps Internet2 Booth 1327 BCNet U of Victoria Computing Center CANARIE 100Gbps Caltech/CACR ~ 212 km Booth 1223 SCInet • 100Gbps backbone – 100GE clients • 100G network powered data transfer • Utilizes Internet2 and ESnet • Collaborative tool allows rapid, • Ciena 5410 10GE switch & 6500 powered 100G remote movement of high energy network physics for research velocity and scientific discovery22 © Ciena Confidential and Proprietary
  23. 23. SC11 – Ciena demonstrations & experiments Demonstrations at Ciena - booth 635 Using 100G for Peta-scale Science Optimized L0-1-2 Content Delivery NASA Booth 615, LAC/iCAIR Booth 2615 CHICAGO NASA GSFC- MD Dutch Research Consortium Booth 642 MAX 100GBE 100Gbps 100GE ~700 mi Servers 40G wavelength Scinet WAN muxed 100Gbps NASA LAC / iCAIR Booth 615 Booth 2615 Servers 100GBE 100GBE 100GBE 40G Ethernet 10GBE 10GBE N x 10GE 100GE • Remote photonic and ethernet Ciena Booth 635 level optimized content delivery Ciena Booth 635 • Ciena 6500 provides colourless • Ciena 5410 10GE OTN & 100GE switch, ROADM, 40G waveselect optics 6500 powered 100G network and 40G Ethernet transport23 © Ciena Confidential and Proprietary
  24. 24. Using 100G for Particle Physics research24 © Ciena Confidential and Proprietary
  25. 25. Why ?• Chosen by World’s Top Providers • Industry’s best and most complete • Coherent Optical Processing• Deployed in the world’s largest portfolio of OTN transport and • Rich network design toolsmesh network switching platforms • Agile Photonic Networking• Industry’s richest Control Plane; • Seamless portfolio interworking for • Unmatched scalabilityrefined over 11 years SONET/SDH/OTN & Packet switching• Scalable today to 800+ nodes 25 © Ciena Confidential and Proprietary
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  27. 27.  Back – up slides… topics to be developed27 © Ciena Confidential and Proprietary
  28. 28. GLOBAL LAMBDA INTERCHANGE FACILITY (GLIF)28 © Ciena Confidential and Proprietary
  29. 29. International Test BedsIt’s all about the Future Internet Entering third phase of Internet • As profound as the World Wide Web • The next two to three years will define the Next Generation Internet Standards and Business Practices are shaping the Net as much as or more than Law and Regulation The Internet Revolution is less than 15% Complete 1. Number of Users 2. Total amount of Content 3. Total Bandwidth 4. Number of Devices 5. Number of Applications Building block on how to address this are being put in to Test Bed networks, Usually to reinforce National Science and Technology Policies and nationalistic leadership To quote Michael Nelson , Visiting Professor Internet Studies, Georgetown University And http://www.ic.gc.ca/eic/site/ic1.nsf/eng/04879.html 29 © Ciena Confidential and Proprietary
  30. 30. Future Internet Application ResearchApplication Classes that are dependent upon changes happening in the FI design and areFuturistic for the 2012-2017 timeframe•Content Aware Applications •Tiny to Large Data movement •Examples include Cinematographic file transfers •Handling heterogeneous sensor networks eg. Healthcare Vertical •Addressing challenges in future mobility provision•Context Awareness•User Centric applications•Green ICT•Mobility•Virtualisation 30 © Ciena Confidential and Proprietary
  31. 31. Future Internet Application ResearchApplication Classes that are dependent upon changes happening in the FIdesign and are Futuristic for the 2012-2017 timeframe•Content Aware Applications•Context Awareness •Sometimes blended with Content Awareness to provide higher level values •Location and Proximity in Health Care Scenarios •Communication Enabled Applications that radically change business performance•User Centric applications•Green ICT•Mobility•Virtualisation 31 © Ciena Confidential and Proprietary
  32. 32. Future Internet Application ResearchApplication Classes that are dependent upon changes happening in the FIdesign and are Futuristic for the 2012-2017 timeframe•Content Aware Applications•Context Awareness•User Centric applications •That need co-operation by the FI to empower users •ID as a Service, SaaS, Knowledge as a Service, ETC. •Cloud Services •People and devices with sensors and context awareness•Green ICT•Mobility•Virtualisation 32 © Ciena Confidential and Proprietary
  33. 33. Future Internet Application ResearchApplication Classes that are dependent upon changes happening in the FI design and areFuturistic for the 2012-2017 timeframe•Content Aware Applications•Context Awareness•User Centric applications•Green ICT •Radical rethinking of Data Centre paradigm (eg. Nanodatacentres) •Application efficiency in size of data sets produced •Network efficiency in transport and connectivity paradigms •P2P at higher layers •Cloud computing to follow sun/ moon to acquire clean/ available energy.•Mobility•Virtualisation 33 © Ciena Confidential and Proprietary
  34. 34. Future Internet Application ResearchApplication Classes that are dependent upon changes happening in the FI design and areFuturistic for the 2012-2017 timeframe•Content Aware Applications•Context Awareness•User Centric applications•Green ICT •Radical rethinking of Data Centre paradigm (eg. Nanodatacentres) •Application efficiency in size of data sets produced •Network efficiency in transport and connectivity paradigms •P2P at higher layers •Cloud computing to follow sun/ moon to acquire clean/ available energy.•Mobility•Virtualisation 34 © Ciena Confidential and Proprietary
  35. 35. Future Internet Application ResearchApplication Classes that are dependent upon changes happening in the FIdesign and are Futuristic for the 2012-2017 timeframe•Content Aware Applications•Context Awareness•User Centric applications•Green ICT•Mobility •Fundamental paradigm shift required because of explosion of mobile appliances •Implications on basic mobile network design including protocols, air interfaces and mobile access structures•Virtualisation 35 © Ciena Confidential and Proprietary
  36. 36. Future Internet Application ResearchApplication Classes that are dependent upon changes happening in the FIdesign and are Futuristic for the 2012-2017 timeframe•Content Aware Applications•Context Awareness•User Centric applications•Green ICT•Mobility•Virtualisation •Improving delivery of services •Examples in Healthcare; •International remote technical support (EG. Aerospace); •Security of Property; •Use of Avatars; knowledge bases; Artificial intelligence; Cross Cutting theme: Security, Privacy and Trace-ability Source: D. Mann; CANARIE 36 © Ciena Confidential and Proprietary
  37. 37. Next Generation Research Network Challenges  1. Higher Speed Networks 400G & Beyond Introduction of ultra high speed interfaces (NIC’s & ports) aggregation, of VC’s and IP, or disaggregation, and dynamic movement of large data flows How to automatically exploit transport efficiency while maintaining service transparency over long haul spans?  2. Cloud Architectures Commercial cloud services evolving, future will see creation of unique specialty clouds Inter-cloud interactions like movement of virtual computing resources and data storage How to deliver multi-cloud service and dynamic path provisioning in less than 1 min. (or <1 s) Impact of network energy efficiency requirements… emergence of Green ICT laws  3. Exascale Computing Creation of chip to chip optical connections and the resulting high data flows New network architectures for resulting burst flows (can a big enough fast enough network buffer be created?) Internal computer bus architectures and total system choke points.  4. Now that the bandwidth problem is solved How do you control it ? (measure, manage, change it?) How do you increase spectral efficiency (because you haven’t solved it for long) 37 OTN switch it, route it, access it. (Open Optical exchange discussion) © Ciena Confidential and Proprietary
  38. 38. Thank you!38 © Ciena Confidential and Proprietary

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