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  • Southbound API– includes OpenFlow but not limited to it
  • Your mission is what you do best every single day, and your vision is what the future will be like because you deliver on that mission so brilliantly every day.
  • ON.LAB Overview

    1. 1. Why SDN andON.LAB are HotTopics1
    2. 2. Exponential InterestJul 2012 Oct 2012 Nov 2012 Dec 2012 Feb 2013ACQUISITIONSOct 2011 Apr 2013EVENTS400AttendeesMARKETFeb 2012 Feb 2013$2$3.7BillionsMay 2012 Dec 2012STANDARDIZATION5190Members4001,500
    3. 3. More Products AnnouncedAnd AvailableMore Start-Ups and VC investment too!
    4. 4. Crossing the SDN ChasmBROADERADOPTION2009 2012Number of OrganizationsAdopting SDNTime
    5. 5. SDN DefinitionForwardingincludes bothwireline andwireless.Southbound APIoffer L1/L2/L3forwardingabstraction.Applications couldbe Routing, TrafficEngineering orMobility.3rd partycomponentsNetwork OSApps AppsNetwork OSApps AppsOpenVendor AgnosticInterfaces &StandardsOpen InterfacesOpen InterfacesNetwork HypervisorLogicallyCentralSeparationof Control &ForwardingForwarding
    6. 6. Why An Open SourceCommunityOpen Source At A Glance600,000+ projects100+ Billion lines of code10 Million person-years of workSDN innovation will comefrom open source like40% of cloud innovation15% of mobile enterprises19% of mobile appsSource: Black DuckFree software tools and platforms accessible to allSupport from passionate SDN expertsFreedom to use, redistribute and modify without IP infringementEmpoweredcommunity andcontinuousimprovementHuge creative anddiverse potential forunprecedented scale
    7. 7. Unlocking Network PotentialTraditional NetworkingControl planeembedded into theboxClosed proprietary withno open interfaceA big barrier toinnovationThe Promise of SDNSeparation offorwarding and controlplanesOpen and vendoragnostic interface (e.g.OpenFlow)Well defined controlplane abstractions toenable rapidinnovationNeed to createnew toolsUse them andmodify them freelyto experiment newpossibilitiesExchange ideasand experience
    8. 8. InventionPlatformDevelopmentDeploymentsDemonstrationsAnd Beyond2007 – Creationof SDN Concept2007 – Ethane2008 –NOX, OpenFlow2009 –FlowVisor, Mininet2010 – Beacon2009 – Stanford2010 – GENI startedand grew to 20universities2013 – 20 morecampuses to beaddedLeveraging A StrongSDN/OpenFlow Foundation2008-2011 – SIGCOMM2011 – OpenNetworkingSummit, Interop2012 –DefiningSDN researchagenda for thecoming years
    9. 9. ON.LAB RoleIDEAS BROADERADOPTIONEarly stage ideasand prototypesfrom the researchcommunityLeveraged byorganizations andusers for commercialusageDevelopmentDistributionDeploymentSupportDemonstrationsProven applicability bythe ON.LAB communityOUR VISIONOpen The Cloud Infrastructure ForInnovationOUR MISSIONDevelop, distribute, deploy, and support open sourceSoftware-Defined Networking (SDN) tools and platforms
    10. 10. Bridging Two WorldsIDEAS BROADERADOPTIONDemonstrationDevelopment DeploymentSupport Distribute
    11. 11. A Shared GoalChip vendors Equipment vendors Software vendorsVendorsUsersResearchComputer scienceR&E communityService providers Cloud providersR&E network operatorsMembers Organizations
    12. 12. People Behind ON.LABNICK MCKEOWN –Board Member•Stanford•ONRC•ONF•Start-ups•CiscoGURU PARULKAR –Executivedirector, BoardMember•Stanford•ONS•ONRCSCOTT SHENKER –Board member•Berkeley•ONFWILLIAM SNOW –VP of Engineering•Nortel Networks•Cisco•IBM•Start-Ups•Dev./QA/Ops/SupportLARRY PETERSON –Chief Architect•Princeton•PlanetLabPANKAJ BERDE•Infoblox•Yahoo!•EMCUMESHKRISHNASWAMY•Juniper•HP
    13. 13. ON.LAB Portfolio3rd partycomponentsNetwork OSApps AppsNetwork OSApps AppsOpen InterfacesOpen InterfacesNetwork HypervisorForwardingFlowVisorMininetONOSSDN IP-PeeringTesting

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