SMARTFIRE_project_presentation

100 %
0 %
Information about SMARTFIRE_project_presentation
Technology

Published on February 19, 2014

Author: StephanieMorales4

Source: slideshare.net

Description

The SMARTFIRE project is funded by the European Commission through its 7th Research Framework Programme. The project aims at enabling SDN experimentation in wireless testbeds exploiting Future Internet infrastructure in South Korea and Europe.

THE SMARTFIRE PROJECT Enabling SDN Experimentation in Wireless Testbeds exploiting Future Internet Infrastructure in South Korea & Europe Funded by the 7th Framework Programme of the European Union

Partnership: A complementary and unique blend of expertise from partners, either in OpenFlow or in the wireless networking research field . UNIVERSITY OF THESSALY

The context Today, in many countries around the world where networking research is conducted, a variety of new ideas regarding the communication protocols and networking equipment go untried and untested, because of the lack of suitable facilities for deployment and experimentation with these ideas. An alternative federated facility with a plenty of innovative services, that collapse the barrier to entry for new ideas, would accelerate the process towards a Future Internet released from restricting obstacles. SmartFIRE will take advantage of the current leading network technologies and federate existing Future Internet testbeds in Europe and South Korea.

Concept & objectives 1. Create a common and unified way of experimenting with a large-scale experimental facility, enabling networking experimentation and distributed applications, 2. Incorporate SDN research that is primarily conducted by the South Korean Partners, and wireless networking experimentation that is carried out by the European Partners, 3. Federate the European and the South Korean infrastructure, in order to allow large-scale experimentation by including resources from both sides in a single experiment instance, 4. Demonstrate the potential of the federated facility, by conducting large-scale experiments that will promote the Future Internet research field, on top of the federated facilities, 5. Enhance the collaboration and exchange of know-how between the two consortia.

Experimentation sites (testbeds) WMN Ghent w-i-iLab.t Zwijjnaarde Murcia Volos Daejeon OF@TEIN and SIGMA Gwangju ETRI and SNU GAIA KREONET Emulab UNIVERSITY OF THESSALY NITOS

Technical approach (WPs + activities) WP2 Building & Operating EU Testbeds WP1 Building & Operating SK Testbeds To all WPs WP5 Dissemination and Exploitation WP6 Project Management To all WPs WP3 Federation of the facilities From all WPs From all WPs WP4 Development & demonstration of pilot use-cases

Timeline of main activities YEAR 1 - 2014 YEAR 2 - 2015 First project forum in South Korea Second project forum in Europe SDN support for wireless islands & OpenFlow integration into OMF in Europe Integration of the federated showcases Federation requirements analysis & physical interconnection Project ends Dec.2015 Sep. Mar. Dec. Aug. Requirements analysis for SK and EU testbeds Project starts Nov.2013 Design of the OMF extension for SK testbeds Experimentation with South Korean (SK) testbeds Experimentation with wireless and OpenFlow resources Mar. Aug. Deployment of the final unified control and management framework Final version of the enhanced slice based federation framework Design & development of technology pilot use cases

Main Outcomes The deployment of a new control framework and its operation at the South Korean testbeds, The enhancement of the European testbed facilities by the extensions acquired from the South Korean ones, The federation of the South Korean and European testbeds using a Slicebased architecture via adapting and deploying existing software suites, The development of local and federated technology pilots by means of two real life scenarios and a video streaming application, The organisation of two project fora, one in South Korea during the first year and the second in Europe in the second year of the project.

Contact Enabling SDN Experimentation in Wireless Testbeds exploiting Future Internet Infrastructure in South Korea & Europe Prof. Leandros Tassiulas Project coordinator EU FP7 SmartFIRE project University of Thessaly (UTH) www.eukorea-fire.eu info@eukorea-fire.eu Funded by the 7th Framework Programme of the European Union

감사합니다 Thank you

Add a comment

Related presentations

Related pages

Enabling SDN Experimentation in Wireless Testbeds ...

Enabling SDN Experimentation in Wireless Testbeds exploiting Future Internet Infrastructure in South Korea & Europe THE SMARTFIRE PROJECT Funded by the 7th ...
Read more