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1b N. Alonistioti


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1b N. Alonistioti

  1. 1. SELF-NET experimentation using PANLAB II facilities Nancy Alonistioti N.K. Univ. of Athens, Greece Coordinator of Self-NET
  2. 2. AT A GLANCE Project Details Partners  Project Acronym : Self-NET 3 Operators (TA, OTE, VF-GR)  Project Reference : 224344 2 Universities (UoA, KCL)  Start Date : 01/05/2008 1 Manufacturer (TCF)  Duration : 30 months 1 Research Institute (FRAUNHOFER)  Project Cost : 3.75 M€  Contract Type : CP - STREP  End Date : 31/10/2010  Project Status : Execution  Project Funding : 2.45 M€ Environment:  Call 2 – Objective 1.6 “New Paradigms and Experimental Facilities”  FIRE: Future Internet Research and Experimentation 2 2
  3. 3. 3 Cognitive Network Cognitive Domain Manager Manager COGNITIVE SELF-MANAGEMENT FEATURES IN FI Congitive Domain Cognitive Network Manager Manager SELF-NET DESIGN PRINCIPLES: INTRODUCE Compartments Level Self-NET Experimentation Compartments Level Cognitive Network Element Cognitive Holistic view Local view cycle cycles Hierarchical distribution of the cognitive
  4. 4. SELF-NET AND PANLAB COLLABORATION GOALS AND STEPS  Goals: 1. Use case : Service adaptation and network reconfiguration based on multi objective optimisation (e.g., QoS, packet loss, fault, interference etc.) 2. Use Self-NET prototype results as a basis. Address experimentation based on the use in diverse platforms and larger scale. 3. Address experimentation for autonomic communications (internal Self-NET results and external from FIRE facilities)  Steps: 1. Agree on the use case and the testbed features from N.K.UoA and Octopus side 2. Build the IPIP Tunneling for the federation of the Self-NET and Panlab facilities 3. Run manually initial experiments for triggering events and configuration actions testing 4. Build NECM/NDCM based on PANLAB facility features for the automation of experiments from N.K.UoA side 5. PII develop Resource Adapters in order to automate testbed resources reservation 6. Repeat Experiments Self-NET Experimentation 4
  5. 5. PII-OCTOPUS TESTBED FACILITIES AND SELF- NET PLATFORM FEDERATION Generated Traffic WIMAX Clients PII WIMAX Clients OCTOPUS WIMAX BS WIMAX Clients Service Testbed Consumer Generated Traffic Internet AP3 - NECM AP1 - NECM SNMP SET SNMP GET Commands Generated Traffic AP2 - NECM Service AP4 - NECM NECM Level NECM NDCM Traffic Generator AP5 - NECM Self-NET (Service Provider) AP6 - NECM Project environment NDCM Self-NET Experimentation 5
  6. 6. LESSONS LEARNED  Issues/Recommendations:  Configuration capabilities (e.g., tunneling, service deployment, codecs etc.)  Interfaces for interacting with the experimental resources  Overhead in terms of effort from both sides for the experimentation and use case deployment – minimise learning curve  Facility that clearly targets/supports Autonomic Communications experimentation (e.g., support reconfiguration (real time) in various layers)  Added value:  Diversity of technologies and infrastructures  Large scale experimentation capability  Advanced experimentation results based on multiple metrics  Building of technical know-how at various domains Self-NET Experimentation 6