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Ephemeral Wireless Networks

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Keynote @ Keynote @ II International event on Research in Computing Systems. IT Mexicali. Mexico This slide set presents the Ephemeral Wireless Networks research domain developed in Trinity College Dublin, by Johann Marquez-Barja et al.

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Ephemeral Wireless Networks

  1. 1. Ephemeral  Wireless  Networks   An  on-­‐demand  use-­‐and-­‐release  network  approach   Dr.  Johann  M.  Marquez-­‐Barja   Research  Fellow  –  Adjunct  Lecturer   marquejm@tcd.ie  /  www.marquez-­‐barja.com     22  octubre  2015   Ins;tuto  Tecnológico  de  Mexicali.   Mexicali,  México  
  2. 2. Trinity  College  Dublin,  The  University  of  Dublin   Disclaimer   Disclaimer   Jeff  Sheldon   Within  this  set  of  slides  some  third  party  copyrighted  material  is  reused   under  the  ‘fair  use’  approach,  for  educa;onal  purposes  only.    
  3. 3. Trinity  College  Dublin,  The  University  of  Dublin   Prof.  Luiz  DaSilva   dasilval@tcd.ie   Dr.  Nicholas  Kaminski   kaminskn@tcd.ie   Dr.  Andrea  Hess   hessan@tcd.ie   Dr.  Maice  Costa   mcosta@tcd.ie   Mr.  Joao  F.  Santos   facocalj@tcd.ie   Acknowledgements   Sue  Huan  
  4. 4. Trinity  College  Dublin,  The  University  of  Dublin   –  The  University  of  Dublin,  Trinity  College  was   founded  in  1592     –  2015  QS  ranking:   –  1st  in  Ireland   –  77st  worldwide   –  Top  1%  School  of  Engineering  worldwide   –  Only  Irish  university  to  rank  in  the  top  100  world   universi;es  and  amongst  the  top  50  European   universi;es  by  the  Times  Higher  Educa;on   Supplement         –  Approximately  16,000  students   –  Approximately  €154m  in  research  income  per   year  
  5. 5. Trinity  College  Dublin,  The  University  of  Dublin  
  6. 6. Trinity  College  Dublin,  The  University  of  Dublin   At  the  core  of  the   CONNECT  research   vision  is  the  idea   that  the  network   will  be  performed   into  existence  in   response  to  a   service  need.  We   view  all  network   resources  as   commodi;es  that   can  be  orchestrated   to  form  a  highly   programmable   network  substrate   that  responds  to   the  service   requirements.  
  7. 7. Trinity  College  Dublin,  The  University  of  Dublin   Current  trends  in  wireless  networking  What  is  the  convenMonal   wisdom  about  users’  needs?   Jordan  McQueen  
  8. 8. Trinity  College  Dublin,  The  University  of  Dublin   Current  trends  in  wireless  networking   Wireless  connec;vity     -­‐anywhere,  any;me-­‐   Jordan  McQueen   What  is  the  convenMonal   wisdom  about  users’  needs?  
  9. 9. Trinity  College  Dublin,  The  University  of  Dublin   Current  trends  in  wireless  networking   What  do  users  really   want?   Guilles  Lambert  
  10. 10. Trinity  College  Dublin,  The  University  of  Dublin   Current  trends  in  wireless  networking   Services   -­‐anywhere,  any;me-­‐   What  do  users  really   want?   Guilles  Lambert  
  11. 11. Trinity  College  Dublin,  The  University  of  Dublin   GeQng  connected  to  the  Internet   Internet  Service  Provider  (ISP)   Tradi;onal  approach   How  we  do  it   today   blickpixel  
  12. 12. Trinity  College  Dublin,  The  University  of  Dublin   New  quesMons…   Users  already  pay  for  the  services!         Why  must  they  pay  for  connecMvity  as  well?    
  13. 13. Trinity  College  Dublin,  The  University  of  Dublin   ShiYing  the  paradigm   If  you  pay  for  the  water  service,  should  you  worry  about  and  hire/pay   for  the  pipes?       ConnecMvity  should  be  transparent  to  the  end-­‐user    
  14. 14. Trinity  College  Dublin,  The  University  of  Dublin   New  models…   If  you  pay  for  the  parcel,  including  shipping,  should  you  worry  about   the  delivery  company?             End-­‐user  should  select  the  QoS  level  of  the  over-­‐the-­‐top  service  and  pay  accordingly,     but  the  connecMvity  details  and  setup  should  be  transparent  
  15. 15. Trinity  College  Dublin,  The  University  of  Dublin   GeQng  connected  to  the  Internet   Internet  Service  Provider  (ISP)   Tradi;onal  approach   How  we  should   connect  to  the   services!   blickpixel  
  16. 16. Trinity  College  Dublin,  The  University  of  Dublin   More  quesMons…   •  As  a  service  provider   •  How  do  I  reach  my  costumers?     •  How  do  I  deliver  my  service?   •  As  an  ISP   •  How  do  I  deal  with  heterogeneity?   •  How  do  I  compose  a  network  to  deliver  the  services?   •  From  the  service  provider  to  the  end-­‐user     •  As  a  user   •  I  just  want  to  use  my  service…  here  and  now.    
  17. 17. Trinity  College  Dublin,  The  University  of  Dublin   Ephemeral  Wireless   Networks   -­‐  A  step  towards  ultra  dynamic  solu;ons-­‐  Samuel  Zeller  
  18. 18. Trinity  College  Dublin,  The  University  of  Dublin   Ephemeral  Wireless  Networks   Ultra  dynamic  networking   •  Built  on  demand   •  Service  provider  requests  connec;vity  when  users  demand  the   service   •  Dimensioned  for  the  service  provided   •  Service  oriented   •  Appropriate  amount  of  resources   •  Services  decoupled  from  connec;vity   •  Provisioned  for  the  Mme  period  requested   •  Use-­‐and-­‐release  resources    
  19. 19. Trinity  College  Dublin,  The  University  of  Dublin   Ephemeral  Wireless  Networks   Ultra  dynamic  networking  
  20. 20. Trinity  College  Dublin,  The  University  of  Dublin   Users   –  Use  over-­‐the-­‐top  services   –  any;me,  anywhere   –  Does  not  care  about  connec;vity   –  connec;vity  agnos;c   –  QoS   –  QoE   –  Mobility  
  21. 21. Trinity  College  Dublin,  The  University  of  Dublin   Service  providers   over-­‐the-­‐top  services   –  Fulfill  users  demand   –  Reach  users   –  Deliver  their  service/product   –  QoS/QoE  not  ;ed  to  an  Infrastructure  provider  
  22. 22. Trinity  College  Dublin,  The  University  of  Dublin   Pool  of  resources   –  Network  providers   –  Infrastructure   providers     –  Spectrum   –  Infrastructure   elements   –  Heterogeneous   resources   –  Shareable  resources   –  Dynamically   allocated  
  23. 23. Trinity  College  Dublin,  The  University  of  Dublin   Broker   –  Holis;c  knowledge  of  all  components/en;;tes  in   the  EWN     –  Intelligence   –  Decision-­‐making   –  Cogni;ve  system   –  Network  orchestrator    
  24. 24. Trinity  College  Dublin,  The  University  of  Dublin   Ephemeral   Wireless   Networks   -­‐  Puing  the  pieces  together-­‐    
  25. 25. Trinity  College  Dublin,  The  University  of  Dublin   Ephemeral  Wireless  Networks   Ultra  dynamic  networking  
  26. 26. Trinity  College  Dublin,  The  University  of  Dublin   Ephemeral  Wireless  Networks   -­‐  Ultra  dynamic  composiMon     -­‐  Use-­‐and-­‐release  paradigm   -­‐  Service  oriented   -­‐  Ephemeral  in  Mme   -­‐  Efficient  in  space   -­‐  Pay  for  what  you  need   -­‐  Enhanced  QoE   -­‐  Guaranteed  QoS   Ultra  dynamic  networking    
  27. 27. Trinity  College  Dublin,  The  University  of  Dublin   Ephemeral  Wireless   Networks   -­‐Related  research  and  technological  domains  -­‐  
  28. 28. Trinity  College  Dublin,  The  University  of  Dublin   Sharing  resources   –  Future  networks  rely  on   shared  resources   –  Resource  availability   –  Resource  aggrega;on   –  Network  operators   –  Marketplace  for  virtual   operators   –  User-­‐deployed   infrastructure   –  Crowsourced   infrastructure   Network  without  Borders     L.  A.  DaSilva,  J.  Kibilda,  P.  DiFrancesco,  T.  K.  Forde,  and  L.  E.  Doyle,  "Customized  services  over  virtual  wireless  networks:  The  path  towards  networks  without  borders,"  in   Future  Network  and  Mobile  Summit  (FutureNetworkSummit).        IEEE,  Jul.  2013,  pp.  1-­‐10.   L.  Doyle,  J.  Kibilda,  T.  K.  Forde,  and  L.  DaSilva,  "Spectrum  without  bounds,  networks  without  borders,"  Proceedings  of  the  IEEE,  vol.  102,  no.  3,  pp.  351-­‐365,  Mar.  2014.  
  29. 29. Trinity  College  Dublin,  The  University  of  Dublin   VirtualizaMon  of  resources   –  Sooware  defined  radio   –  Sooware  defined  networks   –  Virtualized  networks   –  Cloud  resources   –  Virtualized  resources   –  Openflow   –  Network  Func;on  Virtualiza;on   "Virtualized  Wireless  Testbeds",  Nicholas  J.  Kaminski,  Johann  M.  Marquez-­‐Barja,  and  Luiz  A.  DaSilva.  Performance  Evalua;on.  [In  prepara;on],  2015.   "Virtualizing  testbed  resources  to  enable  remote  experimenta;on  in  online  telecommunica;ons  educa;on",  Johann  M.  Marquez-­‐Barja,  Nicholas  Kaminski,  Francisco  Paisana,   Christos  Tranoris,  Luiz  A.  DaSilva.  IEEE  Global  Engineering  Educa;on  Conference  (EDUCON15).  pp  822-­‐829.  March,  2015.  Tallinn,  Estonia   “Wireless  Network  Virtualiza;on:  A  Survey,  Some  Research  Issues  and  Challenges,”  C.  Liang  and  F.  R.  Yu,  IEEE  Communica;ons  Surveys  &  Tutorials,  vol.  17,  no.  1,  pp.  358–380,  2015.  
  30. 30. Trinity  College  Dublin,  The  University  of  Dublin   Resource  allocaMon   -­‐  Game  theory   -­‐  Dynamic  spectrum  access   -­‐  Stochas;c  geometry   -­‐  Op;miza;on   -­‐  Dynamic  scheduling   -­‐  Access  point  selec;on   -­‐  Rou;ng  techniques   -­‐  Load  balancing   -­‐  Complex  system  science   "A  survey  on  resource  alloca;on  techniques  in  wireless  networks",  Connor  Sexton,  Nicholas  Kaminski,  Johann  M.  Marquez-­‐Barja,  Nichola  Marchei,  Luiz  A.  DaSilva.   IEEE  Surveys  and  Tutorials  Engineering  [In  prepara;on].  2015.     “Dynamic  radio  resource  alloca;on  considering  QoS  in  UMTS  network,”  S.-­‐E.  Kim,  H.  Kim,  and  J.  A.  Copeland.  Mobile  and  Wireless  Communica;ons  Network,   2002.  4th  Interna;onal  Workshop  on.  IEEE,  2002,  pp.  636–640.  
  31. 31. Trinity  College  Dublin,  The  University  of  Dublin   Mobility   •  Handovers   •  HHO  and  VHO   •  Mobility   •  High  and  low   •  Seamless  connec;vity   •  Decision-­‐making   •  PoA   •  Always  Best  Connected   •  Anywhere,  any;me   "Breaking  the  vehicular  wireless  communica;ons  barriers:  Ver;cal  handover  techniques   within  heterogeneous  networks",  Johann  Marquez-­‐Barja,  Hamed  Ahmadi,  Sergio  Mar{nez,   Carlos  T.  Calafate,  Juan-­‐Carlos  Cano,  Pietro  Manzoni,  Luiz  DaSilva.  IEEE  Transac;ons  on   Vehicular  Technology,  2015.   "An  overview  of  ver;cal  handover  techniques:  Algorithms,  protocols  and  tools",  Johann   Marquez-­‐Barja,  Carlos  T.  Calafate,  Juan-­‐Carlos  Cano,  Pietro  Manzoni.  Computer   Communica;ons,  vol.  34,  no.  8.  pp  985-­‐997.  June,  2011.  
  32. 32. Trinity  College  Dublin,  The  University  of  Dublin   Ephemeral   Wireless   Networks   -­‐  Challenges  and  Opportuni;es-­‐    
  33. 33. Trinity  College  Dublin,  The  University  of  Dublin   Challenges  and  OpportuniMes   •  Heterogeneity   •  Technologies   •  Usage   •  Business  models   •  Regulatory  policies   •  InerMa   •  Business  thinking   •  Current  deployment   •  Limited  regula;on   •  Research  trends   •  Markets   •  SMEs   •  Over-­‐the-­‐top  services   •  Infrastructure  providers   •  New  business  models   •  Research   •  New  domain   •  Infrastructure   •  New  capabili;es  
  34. 34. Trinity  College  Dublin,  The  University  of  Dublin   Ephemeral  Wireless  Networks   -­‐  Ongoing  works-­‐    
  35. 35. Trinity  College  Dublin,  The  University  of  Dublin   Ephemeral  Wireless  Networks   •  New  architectures   •  Exploring  EWN   •  Categorizing  tools       •  Age  of  informaMon   •  Cost  vs  Performance   •  Repor;ng  subsystem  EWN     Ongoing  research   "Ephemeral  Wireless  Networks,  evolved  dynamic  wireless   networks",  Johann  M.  Marquez-­‐Barja,  Nick  J.  Kaminski,   Maice  Costa,  Andrea  Hess,  and  Luiz  A.  DaSilva.  IEEE   Communica;ons  Magazine.  [In  prepara;on],  2015.   "Ephemeral  Wireless  Networks:  how  status  system  updates  enable  ultra   dynamic  networks",  Maice  Costa,  Nick  J.  Kaminski,  Johann  M.  Marquez-­‐ Barja,  and  Luiz  A.  DaSilva.  IEEE  Transac;ons.  [In  prepara;on],  2015.  
  36. 36. Trinity  College  Dublin,  The  University  of  Dublin   Ephemeral  Wireless  Networks   •  Intelligence   •  Broker  strategies   •  Mobility   •  Proof  of  concept   •  Complex  systems   •  Interac;on  study     Ongoing  research   ”Intelligent  deployment  of  Ephemeral  Wireless  Networks”,  Nick  J.  Kaminski,   Johann  M.  Marquez-­‐Barja,  Andrea  Hess,  Maice  Costa,  and  Luiz  A.  DaSilva.  IEEE   Transac;ons.  [In  prepara;on],  2015.   ”Intelligent  deployment  of  Ephemeral  Wireless  Networks”  Andrea  Hess,  Johann   M.  Marquez-­‐Barja,  Joao  F.  Santos,  Nick  J.  Kaminski,  and  Luiz  A.  DaSilva.  IEEE   Transac;ons  on  Mobile  Compu;ng.  [In  prepara;on],  2015.   ”Complexity  of  Epheral  Wireless  Networks”,  Nick  J.  Kaminski,  Johann  M.   Marquez-­‐Barja,  Andrea  Hess,  Maice  Costa,  and  Luiz  A.  DaSilva.  IEEE  Transac;ons.   [In  prepara;on],  2015.  
  37. 37. Trinity  College  Dublin,  The  University  of  Dublin   Conclusions   •  Network  paradigm  completely  focused  on  delivering  services  to   users   •  Customized  transparent  connec;vity  for  users   •  Improved  QoS  and  QoE   •  Ultra  dynamic  use  of  infrastructure   •  Broker  orchestrates  resources  from  a  pool   •  Decoupled  services  from  connecMvity   •  Users  will  be  released  from  thinking  about  connec;vity  
  38. 38. Thank  you     Dr.  Johann  M.  Marquez-­‐Barja   Research  Fellow  –  Adjunct  Lecturer   marquejm@tcd.ie  /  www.marquez-­‐barja.com     22  octubre  2015   Ins;tuto  Tecnológico  de  Mexicali   Mexicali,  México  

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