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Grand Mill- US Ignite Application Summit

  1. 1. Software Defined Networking Prototype Operational Network Grant Miller National Coordination Office June 26, 2013
  2. 2. Tasking From OSTP • Large Scale Networking (LSN) Coordinating Group should coordinate leaders from academia, government, and industry to develop concrete recommendations on SDN R&D and commercialization • Identify research and development needed to implement an operational SDN network with: – Interdomain functionality at a national/international scale – 100G dynamic optical networking across Layers 1, 2, and 3 of the network stack. – Secure, resilient functioning
  3. 3. Approach • Hold a workshop among academia, Federal agencies, and industry to: – Identify short-term needs for deploying and operating the prototype operational SDN network – Identify longer-term needs to increase SDN capabilities for operational functionality, resiliency, security, and user ease of use – Provide a strategic plan for Federal agencies to facilitate an operational SDN national/international Layer 1, 2, and 3 network and further development of SDN capabilities
  4. 4. Some SDN Development and Deployment Issues • Interdomain policy issues: – Management and control – Resource information sharing – Identity management • Interdomain transparency and interoperation at a national/international scale • Technology for Layer 1, 2, and 3 interoperations • Security • Resiliency, quality of service, architecture, efficiency of operations • Applications development and demonstration
  5. 5. Workshop Guidance • November-December 2013 • About 100 key people: – Academia – Industry providers and users – Federal agency representatives – User communities: US Ignite, GENI,… – Networks deploying SDN – SDN security researchers/developers – Standards organizations: Open Networking Foundation, GLIF, OGF,… • Washington DC venue facilitates participation by Federal agency representatives

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