* Location: Gayaguem Hallway


Demo #1

GÉANT SDX – SDN based Open eXchange Point

Pier Luigi Ventre (GARR/Univ. of Rome Tor Vergata), Bojan Jakovljevic (AMRES), David Schmitz (Leibniz Supercomputing Centre), Andreas Papazois (GRNET), Stefano Salsano (CNIT/Univ. of Rome Tor Vergata), Michele Santuari (CREATE-NET), Matteo Gerola (CREATE-NET),  Alaitz Mendiola (University of the Basque Country UPV/EHU), Mian Usman (GÉANT), Afrodite Sevasti (GÉANT)

Abstract. In this demo we will present the SDNization of GÉANT Open service, which is currently delivered through a set of Open eXchange Points (OXP) based on traditional (non-SDN) solutions. The live demo is based on remote access to the real prototype which runs in the GÉANT Cambridge Lab. During the demo we will show how an operator can deploy the services and how the SDN network can be monitored and managed. Finally, we will demonstrate how the infrastructure is able to automatically manage network events and adapt to network changes.

Demo #2

AutoSecSDNDemo: Demonstration of Automated End-to-End Security in Software-Defined Networks

Rahamatullah Khondoker (Fraunhofer SIT), Pedro Larbig (Fraunhofer SIT), Daniel Senf (Fraunhofer SIT), Kpatcha Bayarou Nils Gruschka (Fachhochschule Kiel)

Abstract. The complexity of modern communication networks and innovative cyber-attacking methods make it difficult to automatically detect and prevent attacks. In this demo we show a novel approach to integrate end-to-end security into an SDN.

Demo #3

Wireless Backhaul for Mobile Edge Computing

Osianoh Glenn Aliu (Fraunhofer FIT), Christian Niephaus (Fraunhofer FIT), Mathias Kretschmer (Fraunhofer FIT)

Abstract. The purpose of this demonstration is to show a flexible wireless backhaul network and how it seamlessly integrates with an open source cloud platform for managing edge computing servers. We will demonstrate how information is exchanged between the radio network and the edge server. The use case will show the benefit of radio network information in Mobile Edge Computing.

Demo #4

THESARD: on The road to resiliencE in SoftwAre-defined networking thRough self-Diagnosis

José Manuel Sánchez (Orange Labs), Imen Grida Ben Yahia (Orange Labs), Noël Crespi (Institut-Mines Télécom, Télécom SudParis, CNRS)

Abstract. This demonstration presents THESARD, the implementation of a self-diagnosis platform for SDN based networks. This platform automates the diagnosis by building and updating on-the-fly the fault propagation model of a streaming application. Self-healing actions are also shown to illustrate the recovery process for both the SDN underlying network and the streaming application, once the root cause is identified via this model.

Demo #5

Multi-domain Bandwidth on Demand service provisioning using SDN

Alaitz Mendiola (University of the Basque Country UPV/EHU), Jasone Astorga (University of the Basque Country UPV/EHU), Eduardo Jacob (University of the Basque Country UPV/EHU), Kostas Stamos (Technological Educational Institute of Western Greece), Artur Juszczyk (Poznan Supercomputing and Networking Center, Next Generation Networks Department), Krzysztof Dombek (Poznan Supercomputing and Networking Center, Next Generation Networks Department), Jovana Vuleta-Radoičić (University of Belgrade), and Jordi Ortiz (Information and Communications Engineering, University of Murcia)

Abstract. In this dmeo we will show the establishment of multi-domain BoD services across OpenFlow and non-OpenFlow domains, how the traffic is limited at the networking devices to enforce the QoS constraints, also selecting the optimal intra-domain paths during the process, and how the traffic is re-routed to alternative pre-computed paths in case of link-failure, always without disrupting the service provisioning.

Demo #6

NetIDE: All-in-one framework for next generation, composed SDN applications

P. A. Aranda Gutiérrez (Telefónica I+D), E. Rojas (Telcaria Ideas S.L.), A. Schwabe (Paderborn University), C. Stritzke (Fraunhofer IEM), R. Doriguzzi-Corin (CREATE-NET), A. Leckey (Intel Labs Europe), G. Petralia (Thales,), A. Marsico (CREATE-NET), K. Phemius (Thales,), S. Tamurejo (IMDEA Networks)

Abstract. In this demo we will show of the NetIDE framework can be used to design, implement and test network applications, and also to support the network operator in providing new functions to operational SDN networks without any relevant service disruption.

Demo #7

Policy-based Restoration in IP/Optical Transport Networks

M. Santuari (CREATE-NET), T. Szyrkowiec (ADVA Optical Networking SE), M. Chamania (ADVA Optical Networking SE), R. Doriguzzi-Corin (CREATE-NET), V. Lopez (Telefónica I+D), D. Siracusa (CREATE-NET)

Abstract. In this demo we will illustrate an IP/Optical SDN control solution for transport networks, called network orchestrator, which orchestrates IP or optical restora- tion based on the policy explicitly requested by the client application. The policy is communicated via intents, as part of the constraints that must be satisfied for a service. The orchestrator uses these intents to identify the restoration mechanism to be employed in case of a failure.

Demo #8

OpenNetVM: Flexible, High Performance NFV

Wei Zhang (The George Washington University), Guyue Liu (The George Washington University), Wenhui Zhang (The George Washington University), Neel Shah (The George Washington University), Phil Lopreiato (The George Washington University), Gregoire Todeschi (INP ENSEEIHT), K.K. Ramakrishnan (University of California Riverside), Timothy Wood (The George Washington University)

Abstract. This demo will present OpenNetVM, a highly efficient packet processing framework that greatly simplifies the development of network functions, as well as their management and optimization. OpenNetVM runs network functions in lightweight Docker containers that start in less than a second. We will demonstrate how the research community can easily build new network functions and rapidly deploy them to see their effectiveness in high performance network environments.