Hands-On Introduction to Information-Centric Networking
Time 04/23/17 01:00PM-03:00PM
Room Meeting Room 6
Information-Centric networking (ICN) is an alternative Internet architecture that evolves away from the host-centric paradigm by introducing uniquely named data as a core Internet principle. With the help of several of its industrial and academic members and regional networks, Internet2 is deploying an ICN testbed using the CCNx protocols. This working meeting is intended for those who have an interest in this type of ICN and want to get some practical experience with it - possibly with the intent of joining the ICN testbed from their home institution.
To participate, bring a laptop with Wi-Fi and an ssh client (e.g. PuTTY for Windows). Agenda: 1: Introduction to ICN, fd.io/VPP/CICN, and the Internet2 ICN testbed. 2: Hands-on demo of vICN: Intro to vICN, Generating Test Traffic, Caching Experiment, and Load-Balancing Experiment.
Speaker Stephen Wolff Internet2
Speaker John Hicks Internet2
Speaker Michael Kowal Cisco Systems
Speaker Michael Shepherd Cisco Systems
Speaker Marc Mosko PARC
Primary track Network Foundations for the Future
Secondary tracks Research and Education