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Dynamic Circuit Network Services and OpenFlow Integration

SESSION: SCinet Research Sandbox Experiment Results

EVENT TYPE: Research Sandbox

TIME: 11:15AM - 11:30AM

Presenter(s):Aaron Brown, Jeff W. Boote, Tom Lehman, Xi Yang

ROOM:TCC LL2

ABSTRACT:
The research and education community has deployed a Dynamic Circuit Network Service (DCN) [1] infrastructure that provides scheduled, dedicated bandwidth, Ethernet VLAN based circuits which can be provisioned on-demand across multiple network domains. Researchers utilize this service for large data transfers and other bandwidth intensive or critical operations that can benefit from scheduled and dedicated network paths and bandwidth. This service has been deployed on multiple networks including Internet2 ION [2], ESnet SDN [3], US LHCNET [4], MAX [5], and other networks in the United States and other countries. In addition, as a result of the National Science Foundation (NSF) DYNES [6] project, the DCN system will be deployed at approximately 40 additional Universities and Regional Networks over the next year. As the interest in OpenFlow technologies increases it is important that this operational DCN service be provided across and between OpenFlow network regions. The expectation is that the near-term network research infrastructure will be a heterogeneous mix of OpenFlow capable regions and DCN capable regions. The objective is to provide researchers with mechanisms to enable: • provisioning of DCN services across OpenFlow regions • utilizing DCN capable networks to stitch together distributed OpenFlow regions to enable OpenFlow specific research to be conducted This demonstration will show an initial implementation and operational use case to enable the above items.

Chair/Presenter Details:

Aaron Brown - Internet2

Jeff W. Boote - Internet2

Tom Lehman - ISI

Xi Yang - ISI

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