Session Details

Future Internet Testbed (FIT) WG

ChairsEiji Kawai [eiji-ka AT nict.go.jp]
Hans Addleman [addlema AT grnoc.iu.edu]
Objectives

Future Internet (FI) is by now a significant global initiative around the world, and testbeds are considered to be the essential endeavor to take. Communities of APAN partners including Internet2, NLR, and GEANT3 are also taking substantial steps toward this direction. The WG is poised to tackle these challenging questions around design, deployment, and operation of the FI testbeds. In its activities, the WG will also seek interactions with peer entities of other communities around the world as well as outreach to economies of the Other Billion.

Target AudienceAnyone who are interested in advanced technologies
No. of Participants50
AgendaSession 1 - FIT Workshop
Date: 2016-08-02
Time: 13:30 - 15:00
Session Chair: Eiji Kawai and Hans Addleman
  • Opening remarks
    Eiji Kawai and Hans Addleman

  • Software Defined System on Disaster Mitigation and Smart Cities - ASEAN_IVO_apan42.pdf
    Jason Haga, Eiji Kawai, Hiroshi Kumagai, Hong H. Ong, Jing Yuan Luke, Myint Myint Sein, Alejandro H. Ballado Jr., Jelina Tanya H. Tetangco, Bu Sung Lee, Kanokvate Tungpimolrut, Hong Son Ngo, and Van Dzung Dinh, AIST (Jason Haga)
    [jh.haga AT aist.go.jp]
    Abstract:
    The previous APAN 41 meeting was used as a starting point for a new international collaboration in ICT. The goal is to address the impact of climate change on cities and urbanization, with particular relevance to the priority area of improving environmental resilience and more specifically in disaster mitigation. This project was successfully funded by NICT, as an ASEAN IVO project with members from Japan, Malyasia, Myanmar, Philippines, Singapore, Thailand, and Vietnam. Members will leverage on internationally available testbeds and data to develop a software defined system architecture for disaster mitigation, crisis communication, and emergency management that can monitor and report disaster events in near-realtime. This presentation will give an overview of the project, outline specific activities that are planned and underway, and discuss how close dialogue with other complementary efforts by PRAGMA (US), CENTRA (US), and CECEA (Taiwan) on similar R&D challenges will accelerate project activities.


  • International Networks at IU with Small Node perfSONAR Deployments and Hardware - perfSONAR-9-Hardware-Small_Nodes-v3-hca.pdf
    Hans Addleman, Indiana University
    [addlema AT grnoc.iu.edu]
    Abstract:
    The International Networks team at Indiana University has been testing various low cost hardware solutions for perfSONAR node deployment. In this talk I will present some of our latest findings.


  • A Study of Quantitiative Performance Measurement on SDN Environment - 2016-0802-JGN-APANHK-final.pdf
    Seiichi Yamamoto and Eiji Kawai, The University of Tokyo / NICT (Seiichi Yamamoto)
    [yama AT wide.ad.jp]
    Abstract:
    In these years, there are several implementation of the controller, such as Ryu and Trema for the wide spreadead Software Defined Networking (SDN) environment, OpenFlow. These processing units provide users with abstracted API of network control plane. Therefore, network administrator can easily change control algorithm with common programing language. Generally speaking, the quality and/or the performance of the software is deeply depend on algorithm at the software contorol logic. Same as in SDN, we should deeply pay attention to choose proper algorithm to control the SDN. And also when we use SDN on real environment, we have to consider physical limitation in real world. In this study, we focused on activity of controler software, and propose one of the method to measure and compare quantitivative performance of a SDN which is running on physical environment.


  • Closing remarks
    Eiji Kawai and Hans Addleman


Seating ArrangementClassroom