23-27 November 2009<br />ICSOC-ServiceWave 2009<br />OneLab: Federation and Testbeds<br />Scott Kirkpatrick<br /> Hebrew U...
Future Internet Characteristics<br />World scale<br />Edge apps wait for no man <br />The AppStores are their testbeds<br ...
Federation<br />Basic technique for world scale management of Internet testbeds<br />Over geography:<br />PlanetLab(s) – P...
Where do we go next?<br />Extend federation support as middleware<br />Across control plane (access, security, privacy)<br...
Where do we stand today?<br />Oldest resources – active measurement tools (2004+)<br />DIMES (www.netdimes.org) volunteers...
Internet<br />ETOMIC topology<br />Switch<br />PlanetLab boxes<br />Etomic/<br />COMO control<br />Span port<br />Nanosec<...
NITOS configurations<br />
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Scott Kirkpatrick (Hebrew University): OneLab: Federation and Testbeds

  1. 1. 23-27 November 2009<br />ICSOC-ServiceWave 2009<br />OneLab: Federation and Testbeds<br />Scott Kirkpatrick<br /> Hebrew University,<br />Jerusalem, Israel<br />
  2. 2. Future Internet Characteristics<br />World scale<br />Edge apps wait for no man <br />The AppStores are their testbeds<br />But many fail because core services, fast reliable networks, coverage of LBS aren’t adequate or appropriate<br />All need to adapt/respond to growing expectations.<br />
  3. 3. Federation<br />Basic technique for world scale management of Internet testbeds<br />Over geography:<br />PlanetLab(s) – PLC, PLE, PLK,…<br />Over heterogeneous technologies<br />NITOS wireless building testbed, others…<br />DTN and autonomous networks with non-IP protocols<br />Testing that joins the edge to the clouds is key<br />
  4. 4. Where do we go next?<br />Extend federation support as middleware<br />Across control plane (access, security, privacy)<br />Across “experimental plane”<br />Resource discovery, acquisition and dispatch<br />Data definitions for interchange<br />Visualization, archiving, sharing or distribution<br />Monitoring usage, trends to assure sustainability<br />
  5. 5. Where do we stand today?<br />Oldest resources – active measurement tools (2004+)<br />DIMES (www.netdimes.org) volunteers, software client<br />Internet topology over time, at AS, city, POP,, IP level<br />Several thousand active agents, data public, used by ~30 academic groups<br />ETOMIC () dedicated hardware, some with hardware assist<br />Capacity measurements across Europe<br />Packet train probes <br />>100 registered users<br />SAC -- non-ip, autonomous and DTN networks<br />NITOS – wireless in-building testbed, OMF controls<br />
  6. 6. Internet<br />ETOMIC topology<br />Switch<br />PlanetLab boxes<br />Etomic/<br />COMO control<br />Span port<br />Nanosec<br />Microsec<br />SERVER<br />Blackfin<br />Ethernet I/F<br />Ethernet I/F<br />FPGA<br />Etomic control<br />COMO<br />GPS<br />
  7. 7. NITOS configurations<br />

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