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ARCHSTONE: Intelligent Network Services for Advanced Application Workflows

Time 01/23/12 04:30PM-04:50PM

Session Abstract

This talk is motivated by the belief that the next generation of advanced networked applications (i.e., Net+, Cloud based services) will require integration and co-scheduling of Network, Middleware, and Application level services. These networked applications will be user focused and driven by domain specific requirements. A new class of "intelligent network services" must emerge in order to feed the co-scheduling algorithms which will be searching for real-time and scheduled solutions based on client requests. In this talk we present results from the ARCHSTONE (Advanced Resource Computation for Hybrid Service and TOpology NEtworks) project which has added functionality to the OSCARSv0.6 system to provide these types of "intelligent network services". This includes a framework for "modular composable network services" and an advanced multi-dimensional resource computation engine that allows clients to ask the network "what is possible?" questions as part a larger workflow and co-scheduling activity. Use of these network services by the Virtual Network On Demand (VNOD) co-scheduling workflow is described. We also describe our plans to utilize OpenFlow to expand on the set of available network services to develop even more advanced application services based on this paradigm.



This work is a collaboration between the following people and organizations:

Tom Lehman, USC/ISI, tlehman@east.isi.edu


Xi Yang, USC/ISI, xyang@east.isi.edu


Chin Guok, ESnet, chin@es.net


Evangelos Chaniotakis, ESnet, haniotak@es.net


Eric Pouyoul, ESnet, lomax@es.net


Dimitrios Katramatos, BNL, dkat@bnl.gov


Sushant Sharma, BNL, sushant@bnl.gov


Dantong Yu, BNL, dtyu@bnl.gov


Nasir Ghani, UNM, nghani@ece.unm.edu


Feng Gu, UNM, fenggu@unm.edu

Speakers

Speaker Tom Lehman University of Southern California

Speaker Dimitrios Katramatos Brookhaven National Laboratory

Presentation Media

media item thumbnail ARCHSTONE (pdf)

Speaker Dimitrios Katramatos Brookhaven National Laboratory

Speaker Tom Lehman University of Southern California

Secondary tracks Net+Services Emerging Technologies

Session Media

media item thumbnail ARCHSTONE: Intelligent Network Services for Advanced Application Workflows Netcast Archive This talk is motivated by the belief that the next generation of advanced networked applications (i.e., Net+, Cloud based services) will require integration and co-scheduling of Network, Middleware, and Application level services. These networked applications will be user focused and driven by domain specific requirements. A new class of "intelligent network services" must emerge in order to feed the co-scheduling algorithms which will be searching for real-time and scheduled solutions based on client requests. In this talk we present results from the ARCHSTONE (Advanced Resource Computation for Hybrid Service and TOpology NEtworks) project which has added functionality to the OSCARSv0.6 system to provide these types of "intelligent network services". This includes a framework for "modular composable network services" and an advanced multi-dimensional resource computation engine that allows clients to ask the network "what is possible?" questions as part a larger workflow and co-scheduling activity. Use of these network services by the Virtual Network On Demand (VNOD) co-scheduling workflow is described. We also describe our plans to utilize OpenFlow to expand on the set of available network services to develop even more advanced application services based on this paradigm. This work is a collaboration between the following people and organizations: Tom Lehman, USC/ISI, tlehman@east.isi.edu Xi Yang, USC/ISI, xyang@east.isi.edu Chin Guok, ESnet, chin@es.net Evangelos Chaniotakis, ESnet, haniotak@es.net Eric Pouyoul, ESnet, lomax@es.net Dimitrios Katramatos, BNL, dkat@bnl.gov Sushant Sharma, BNL, sushant@bnl.gov Dantong Yu, BNL, dtyu@bnl.gov Nasir Ghani, UNM, nghani@ece.unm.edu Feng Gu, UNM, fenggu@unm.edu media item thumbnail ARCHSTONE: Intelligent Network Services for Advanced Application Workflows Netcast Archive This talk is motivated by the belief that the next generation of advanced networked applications (i.e., Net+, Cloud based services) will require integration and co-scheduling of Network, Middleware, and Application level services. These networked applications will be user focused and driven by domain specific requirements. A new class of "intelligent network services" must emerge in order to feed the co-scheduling algorithms which will be searching for real-time and scheduled solutions based on client requests. In this talk we present results from the ARCHSTONE (Advanced Resource Computation for Hybrid Service and TOpology NEtworks) project which has added functionality to the OSCARSv0.6 system to provide these types of "intelligent network services". This includes a framework for "modular composable network services" and an advanced multi-dimensional resource computation engine that allows clients to ask the network "what is possible?" questions as part a larger workflow and co-scheduling activity. Use of these network services by the Virtual Network On Demand (VNOD) co-scheduling workflow is described. We also describe our plans to utilize OpenFlow to expand on the set of available network services to develop even more advanced application services based on this paradigm. This work is a collaboration between the following people and organizations: Tom Lehman, USC/ISI, tlehman@east.isi.edu Xi Yang, USC/ISI, xyang@east.isi.edu Chin Guok, ESnet, chin@es.net Evangelos Chaniotakis, ESnet, haniotak@es.net Eric Pouyoul, ESnet, lomax@es.net Dimitrios Katramatos, BNL, dkat@bnl.gov Sushant Sharma, BNL, sushant@bnl.gov Dantong Yu, BNL, dtyu@bnl.gov Nasir Ghani, UNM, nghani@ece.unm.edu Feng Gu, UNM, fenggu@unm.edu

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