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The Automated GOLE: multi-domain on-demand lightpaths

Time 04/23/13 03:00PM-04:00PM

Session Abstract

Dedicated circuits providing high-bandwidth, lightpaths, are around for several years now. A couple of years ago single domain on-demand variants emerged saving their local NREN NOCs lots of provisioning time, however, provisioning these on-demand lightpaths internationally is still work in progress. Within the Open Grid Forum (OGF) the Network Service Interface (NSI) Working Group is tasked with creating a protocol standard to cope with multi-domain provisioning of lightpaths.

The GLIF Automated GOLE is an innovative fabric that implements the latest version of the NSI protocol, bringing its value to networks and end users. It is about building a reliable solution and proofing working interoperability between different networks and network controllers for automated provisioning inter-domain lightpaths.

Among the Automated GOLE connectors are GLIF Open Lightpath Exchanges, such as KRLight, StarLight, NorthernLight, CzechLight and NetherLight, as well as R&E networks as NORDUnet, JGN-X, GLORIAD and USLHCNet. Since numerous US locations could access the Automated GOLE fabric (MAN LAN, StarLight, WIX), Internet2

Speakers

Speaker Gerben van Malenstein SURFnet

Speaker Jerry Sobieski NORDUnet

Secondary tracks Research Partnership Development and Engagement Network Planning and Engineering Network Performance Middleware Innovative Uses and Applications Global Reach and Leadership Cyberinfrastructure Advanced Network Services and Leadership

Session Media

media item thumbnail The Automated GOLE: multi-domain on-demand lightpaths Netcast Archive Dedicated circuits providing high-bandwidth, lightpaths, are around for several years now. A couple of years ago single domain on-demand variants emerged saving their local NREN NOCs lots of provisioning time, however, provisioning these on-demand lightpaths internationally is still work in progress. Within the Open Grid Forum (OGF) the Network Service Interface (NSI) Working Group is tasked with creating a protocol standard to cope with multi-domain provisioning of lightpaths. The GLIF Automated GOLE is an innovative fabric that implements the latest version of the NSI protocol, bringing its value to networks and end users. It is about building a reliable solution and proofing working interoperability between different networks and network controllers for automated provisioning inter-domain lightpaths. Among the Automated GOLE connectors are GLIF Open Lightpath Exchanges, such as KRLight, StarLight, NorthernLight, CzechLight and NetherLight, as well as R&E networks as NORDUnet, JGN-X, GLORIAD and USLHCNet. Since numerous US locations could access the Automated GOLE fabric (MAN LAN, StarLight, WIX), Internet2 media item thumbnail The Automated GOLE: multi-domain on-demand lightpaths Netcast Archive Dedicated circuits providing high-bandwidth, lightpaths, are around for several years now. A couple of years ago single domain on-demand variants emerged saving their local NREN NOCs lots of provisioning time, however, provisioning these on-demand lightpaths internationally is still work in progress. Within the Open Grid Forum (OGF) the Network Service Interface (NSI) Working Group is tasked with creating a protocol standard to cope with multi-domain provisioning of lightpaths. The GLIF Automated GOLE is an innovative fabric that implements the latest version of the NSI protocol, bringing its value to networks and end users. It is about building a reliable solution and proofing working interoperability between different networks and network controllers for automated provisioning inter-domain lightpaths. Among the Automated GOLE connectors are GLIF Open Lightpath Exchanges, such as KRLight, StarLight, NorthernLight, CzechLight and NetherLight, as well as R&E networks as NORDUnet, JGN-X, GLORIAD and USLHCNet. Since numerous US locations could access the Automated GOLE fabric (MAN LAN, StarLight, WIX), Internet2

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