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  • Nov. 2014Shinji Shimojo

    NICT/Osaka U, JAPANhttp://sites.google.com/site/sshimojo/talks

    Future Internet: Managing Innovation and Testbed

  • Topics

    Innovators dilemma and Internet evolution SDN and other future internet technology SDN testbed: JGN-X Impact of FI technology on IoT

  • Innovators DilemmaPerformance

    time

    Market need

    Disruptive technology

    Current technology

    PC

    Mini computer

    Apple I

    VAX

    http://ja.wikipedia.org/wiki/VAX

    1977

    http://h50146.www5.hp.com/products/software/oe/openvms/history/vaxvms20/app_b.html

    PDP11

    1970

    http://ja.wikipedia.org/wiki/PDP-11

    WS

    1982

    Apple II

    Macintosh

    http://dailynewsagency.com/2011/10/14/apple_an_evolution_in_photos/

    Clayton Christensen

  • A danger of Marginal thinking

    Innovation happens from emergent strategy not from planned strategy

    Innovation happens as a cheap and unsophisticated product but accepted by

    non-consumer

  • Technology trend in communicationperformance

    time

    Market needs

    Disruptive technology

    Current technology

    Manual Switching

    Electric Switching

    ATM

    NGN

    Internet

    Voip

    Streaming

  • Evolution to Future Internet

    SDN

    Future Internet Technology

    CCNEthernet

    100G

    1G10G

    CloudVirtualization

    performance

    time

    Market needs

    Disruptive technology

    Current technology

    NFV

  • Network Virtualization Programability on Network Network Function Virtualization

    New Generation Network Technology

    ID/Locator Separation Contents Centered Network In Network Processing Optical Networking Wireless Networking

    SDN=Software Defined Network

  • Software Defined Network

    ControlPlane

  • Software Defined Network

    ControlPlane

  • Software Defined Network

    Openflow OnePK, etc opendaylight

    CcontrolControl

    controlControlPlane

  • Why is SDN a disruptive technology ?

  • software defined network

    OpenFlow/SDN course for managers Kyle Forster

  • SDN makes network design easy

    SDN gives you programability of network design central control/management of all network device network virtualization and network function virtualization

    Network Operation and configuration becomes centralized. Effective sharing of resources brings reduction of CAPEX&OPEX. Advanced network control such as path aggregation for maintenance selective use of network appliance dynamic path addition for scale out

  • How do we manage Innovation?

  • Lean production applis to management of start up

    Management of start up for ever changing world

    Main feature Minimum Value Product (MVP), Feedback loop of diploy,

    measurement and learn

    Innovation Accounting

  • How do we manage Innovation?

    deploy measurement learn

    Experiments on Testbed

  • National Institute of Information and Communications Technology

    Technology Development

    Product Development

    Deployment and Operation

    ResearchTechnology Development

    Verify technologies and promote product development using Testbeds

    Validating products/Educating engineers using Testbeds

    Product Development

    NetworkR&D cycle

    Deployment and Operation

    Accumulate and Share knowledge on Testbed

    Research Experiment supportby Testbeds

    Grand Goal: Network R&D process innovation

    Innovating Network R&D process using StarBED3 & JGN-X

    From Shinsuke MIWAs presentation

  • Eiji Kawai@ON*VECTOR

    Seamless Network Testbed Environmentwith StarBED

    3

    and JGN-X

    18

    In-lab.R&D

    StarBED3

    JGN-X

    Small-scale environments Study on small systems Simulation - SW emulation

    Large-scale (many nodes) environments Study on distributed systems HW emulation

    Large-scale (wide-area) enviroments Study on real-world service systems Real service infrastructure Users

    Users

    2013/2/27

    100G-ready

  • JGN-X Network (on going as of Apr. 2014)Realizing multiple New Generation Network Planes on virtual JGN-X network. Also made it available to interconnect with other Testbeds.

    FukuokaHiroshima

    Okayama

    Sendai

    NICT Koganei

    South Korea

    USA Thailand Singapore HongKong

    Bandwidth International

    Wireless Testbed

    Kanazawa

    Kagawa

    Okinawa

    Nagoya

    Kochi

    DCNDCN

    DCNDCN plane

    OFOF

    OFOF

    OFOpenFlow plane

    VN

    VN

    Virtual Node planeVN

    VN

    OpticalTestbed Wireless Testbed

    VLAN-based testbed network

    Osaka

    Iwate

    Tokyo

    Sapporo

    100G10G

    DF

    VN Virtual Node

    OF Openflow

    DCN DCNEx

    1GVirtual Storage

    StarBED

    Japan- USA 10G Japan - Korea10G Japan Hong Kong10G Hong Kong - Singapore2.4G Singapore - Thailand1G

    Optical Testbed

    Koganei- Otemachi OtemachiOtemachi

    DCNVN

    OF

    VN OF

    DCNVN

    OF

    VN

    OF

    OF OF OF

    VN

    OF

    OF

    VN

    OF

    DCNVN

    OF

    OF1

  • JGN-X Experiment in Snow Festival 2014

    4K/8K uncompressed transmission over IP network (>36Gbps) Multipath transmission experiment of HD/4K compressed video

    streaming between Sapporo-Okinawa over SDN testbed RISE on JGN-X (

  • Uncompressed 4K and 8K transmission

  • 100G Class Transport Experiment (cont)

    More than 92Gbps

  • 100G Monitoring

    To get accurate data (not to use switch monitor) Inter Frame Gap, Order of pkt, etc

    Monitoring Unit Optical tap

    Already Installed ** Every ** BB Link Optical Cross Connect

    Select Input/Output Per packet filtering device

    Filter out/ find specific packet 5 tuple or specific pattern

    Support 100G/40G Capture device

    Presta (Customized Linux Box w/ 10G NIC)

    tap

    tap

    tap

    Optical Cross Connect

    Capture Device

    Per Packet Filter

  • 2013/7/9 Eiji Kawai

    RISE RISE = Research Infrastructure for large-Scale network Experiments

    Reorganized our OpenFlow network environment on JGN2plus as a testbed Ver. 1.0: started to accept public users (October 2011) Ver. 2.0: mulj-user model (April 2012)

    We now provide OpenFlow-based user-slices in which users can use their own controllers.

    24

  • 2013/7/9 Eiji Kawai

    Architecture of RISE 3.0

    RISE Physical Infrastructure (OFSs + VMs)

    Logically-isolated user networks (VSI-based slices)

    Avoid MAC address learning (migrate from Q-in-Q to MPLS pseudo wire)

    User applicajon environments (VMs directly amached to OFNs)

    User-dened OpenFlow Networks (Slices)

    Underlay Infrastructure (MPLS pseudo wires)

    Yoshihiko Kanaumi et al., Deployment and Operajon of Wide-area Hybrid OpenFlow Network, in proc. of IEEE/IFIP MANFI 2012.

    25

    RISE Controller

    More exible network topology by OpenFlow

  • Pragma ENT (Experimental Network Testbed)

    Kohei Ichikawa

  • Data Mobility Service by SDN Technologies

    Jin Tanaka

  • SingAREN Activity with JGN-X/RISE

    In APAN34 meejng in August 2012, Zoebir Bong from SingAREN showed demonstrajon about his acjvity with RISE

    Data Backup / Recovery among 3 countries (SG/TH/JP) Virtual Machine resource copy / restore over OpenFlow Network controlled from APAN venue (Colombo / Sri Lanka) 29

    OF

    ThaiSARN

    SingAREN

    JGN-X

    User Interface

    OpenFlow Controller(Trema)

    API

    Database

    Database

    Database

    SW

    VM

    VM

    VM

    SW

    OF

    OF

    OpenFlow-based Network

    VM resource Data backup / recovery

    Shuji Ishii(JGN-X) Zoebir(SingAREN)

  • non consumer=killer apps

    Sensors and IoT/WSN

  • Cloud

    IoT World=smart X (city, home, )

    Simulajon, Analyjcs, Predicjon

    Data Acquisijon, Collecjon, Archiving

    Data gathering, Feedback

  • Things we can do with FIT for IoT/WSN

    Versatility Customized network for plug and play of

    applications

    Flexibility easy to change network policy for entire network

    Easy to manageSensor OpenFlow: Enabling Software-Defined Wireless Sensor Networks, Tie Luo, Hwee-Pink Tan, and Tony Q. S. Quek, IEEE Communications Letters, (Volume:16 , Issue: 11 ), Nov. 2012

    more direct interaction with underlying network

  • Challenge for WSN/IoT apps

    privacy/security acceptance of technology

    versatile platform for different applications Agile development of practical service Dev/Ops Continuous engagement

    We need research testbed for WSN/IoT

  • Testbed for WSN/IoT

  • Field trials

    Field trials

    Field trials

    Provide facilities to verify & evaluate future IoT service technologies by the practical field trials large-scale real environment empowered by state-of-the-art SDN technologies

    JOSE provides a Japan-wide open testbed, which consists of a large number of wireless sensors, SDN capabilities and distributed CLOUD resources. The facilities of JOSE are connected via high-speed network with SDN feature . JOSE will accelerate field trials of large-scale smart ICT services essential for building future smart societies.

    Smart Planet

    Smart Industry

    Smart Living

    Smart Infrastructure

    Smart Buildings

    Smart Cities

    Smart Agricultu