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An Open Federated Laboratory Supporting Network Research for the Future Internet

International Workshop: New Architectures for Future Internet

OneLab Can we build a test-bed to explore the “future” Internet?
Serge Fdida Université Pierre & Marie Curie, LIP6 Paris, France
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Outline
● Vision
 

Starting from the Customer end A Facility - what is it? When and how to federate? Current federation activities PlanetLab Europe Operation Onelab contributions

● The Federation concept
 

● From vision to Implementation: Offering
 

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Questions?
● What is the vision?

What is broken and need to be fixed? Is the clean slate approach appropriate? Any transition methodology?

● What is the right approach?
 

● How difficult do you expect that a new architecture

would be adopted?

We have a few examples on how difficult it is to change the current architecture: multicast, mobile IP, Intserv/Diffserv, and IPv6. Any enabling factor?

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Some possible scenario ….
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Clean slate vs evolutionary?

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Vision – The « Facility » framework

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Vision
● Explore the possible Future(s) of the Internet

Innovative research, multidisciplinary, demonstration
Multiple Federated Internets will co-exist build with different design criteria

• The future Internet might be Polymorphic

Including the current one

Content, Wireless, DTN, Things, …

● What is the foundation of this future? ● How to assess the assumptions explored by

candidate future internet solutions?
 

Network Science Experimentation facility

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The Polymorphic Internet : Some Internet Future(s)
• The Network is a Database • The (Access) Network is Wireless • The Network is the People • The Network is a global Virtualized resource • They’re all Federated (Inter-domain)

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Experimentally driven research
● Why?  Research driven by Intuition & Experimentation + validation  A Playground for enabling new architectures ● Enforce a Federation effort on building a

large-scale facility for network research  On the importance of testing  Diversity and scale  Lower the entry cost for experimentation

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The

federation vision

http://www.onelab.eu/ http://www.planet-lab.eu//
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Federate your testbed

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The EU FIRE Framework

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“creating a research environment for investigating and experimentally validating highly innovative and revolutionary ideas“
To investigate, test and compare, at large scale, new paradigms and future internet architectures, and their socio-economic impact

validation

Testbed Testbed Testbed

Testbed Testbed Testbed

long-term research
requirements

large scale experiment.

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The Federation Concept!

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A Customer View on Experimentation
● What do I want to achieve?

Test a proposition, e.g.,
■ ■ ■ ■ ■

Technology New service End user acceptance A new business hypothesis (e.g., business model) A new regulatory approach

with given objectives
    

Openness of results Exclusive IPR Scale of experiment Diversity of environment, e.g., locality, technologies, … Integration into larger facilities (for increased testing purposes)

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Where does the Facility Come In?
A means to the (customers') ends!
● Is A Facility…
  

…A collection of test beds (each individually governed)? …A collection of test bed federations? …A single test bed federation? Build a federation that match the objectives at hand Build on working test beds but also allow to integrate its own Apply technologies proven to work (to a certain extent) Rely on a community of researchers and practitioners dealing with similar (testing and research) problems?

● Or is it a toolkit to support the customers' needs with the ability to
   

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The Onelab Vision
Provide a facility to the consumer that constitutes a toolkit of methods and abilities by
● Building on a proven basis
  

PLanetLab Europe (PLE) is a working federation of test beds PlanetLab (PL) provides a proven and evolving platform basis for experimentation PL has gathered a large community of experimental researchers worldwide to rely on

● Building (and federating) actual test beds
 

PLE is the public version under a particular governance Wireless and other (DTN) extensions under work (see later)

● Building a toolkit that helps customers in experiments
 

Work on benchmarking, measurements, … useful beyond the test beds Dissemination activities to potential customers

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Main questions?
● Building a Facility, which affordable long-term vision can we

develop?

No dogmatism! Usage/Cost Trade-off. Users of the Facility from the origin Long-term / Short-term Research / Industry Public good / Commercial

● What is a reasonable starting point?

● What are the purposes to be served?
  

● What are the facility-specific research & industrial

challenges?

● The Semantic of Federation!

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Why to federate?
● Many benefits
   

Diversity, realism (geography, technology) Scale (number of nodes, resources) Multiplexing (more efficient resource usage) Creation of a global research community Complexity Legal and trust issues Policies

● But also challenges
  

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When and how to federate?
● Different objectives: Scale, realism, reproducibility,

heterogeneity policies
  

● Different constraints: Security, privacy, allocation ● When (not)? (which types of facilities)

Commercial vs. open testbeds Reproducibility vs. realism Heterogeneity/scale vs. capacity per node/simplicity Fairness vs. efficiency Sophisticated incentive mechanisms vs. accounting Independence vs. simplicity

● How? (under which policies)
  

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Can we achieve this?

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Or this, eg FEDERATION

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Distributed facilities
● PlanetLab
 

 

Sites contribute nodes Researchers belonging to a site create slices that consume resources An Internet overlay A single authority (per domain) Public good approach

● Slice-based Facility

Architecture

Private vs. “Public”

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Stand-alone testbeds
● Testbeds managed by a single

authority
 

Geographically limited With affiliated users or not Wireless, emulation, sensors, Clusters E.g., ORBIT, Emulab, DTN/ANA, WISENET, Everlab, … Scarce resources In many cases virtualization is hard

● Different technologies
 

● Resource allocation is critical
 

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Federation (dictionary definition!)
A federation is a union comprising a number of partially selfgoverning regions united by a central ("federal") government under a common set of objectives.

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The federation vision

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Federation: main entities
Facility A Facility B

Researchers

Slice Management

Slice Management

Resources

Authority A

Administrative border

Authority B

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Federation (1)
Facility A

1. Share user credentials

Facility B

Slice Management

Slice Management

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Federation (2,3)
Facility A

1. Share user credentials

Facility B

Slice Management

Slice Management

2. Share resource descriptions 3. Allow experiments to run across facilities
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Federation: more than resource integration
Facility A Facility B

Slice Management

Policies Monitoring Security

Slice Management

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Slice Management Interface (SMI)
● Different possible scenario  Only user credentials are exchanged and users can access other facilitie’s resources through their own SMI
 

Each facility can offer its own interface to the all available federated resources Facilities could agree on a common interface to provide access to the federated resources

● Running an experiment across facilities  None (an experiment per facility)
 

A gateway to bridge facilitie’s nodes Synchronization functionality (reservation!)

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PLE-PLC federation policy

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Future Plans

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Need for hierarchical federation

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Other types of federation policies (PLE-Federica)

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PLE-Private PlanetLabs (Glab, EverLab, Emanics)

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From Vision to Implementation

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Onelab History
http://www.onelab.eu/

March’07…
PLE PLC/PLE Federation PLC/PLE PLJ Federation

Oct’03 March’04
ENEXT NoE Testbeds PlanetLab Europe Initiative

May’04 Sept’05
PlanetLab meeting in Cambridge OneLab submitted as IST STREP

Sept’06
Onelab funded as IST project (Strep), 2 years -1.9/2.9M€

Sept’08
OneLab2 accepted as IST project (IP), 2 years 6.3/8.9M€

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OneLab ingredients
● Currently funded for 2009-10

Drawing on FP6 activities: Onelab, SAC, Evergrow Platform, Tools and Customers Industry: Alcatel, Ericsson, Thales, Thomson Operators: BT, Telekomunikacja Polska Research Labs: INRIA, Fraunhofer, Nicta Universities in France, Germany, Italy, Israel, Spain, Portugal, Sweden, Switzerland, Hungary, Japan

● Three Pillars:

● 26 partners
   

● External: PlanetLab, CoreLab, WINLab (ORBIT), VINI, CAIDA, …

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OneLab2 Organisation

Pillar 2 - To

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What Does OneLab Do?

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Federate your testbed

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Activities & Contributions (Operation)
● Operate PLE, Welcome new sites ● Document the system for users and administrators ● Deploy new federation technology: SFA Interface
  

Allow three-way top-level federation: PLE-PLC-PLJ- … Allow “hierarchical” federation: PLE-EverLab, PLE-G-Lab, … Allow PL/OMF (Wireless) Integration of TopHat, Etomic, Dimes Virtual Observatory Visualization tools

● Develop MySlice advanced slice management tool
  

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Activities & Contributions (Integration)
● Co-development between Princeton and Onelab ● Unique codebase at svn.planet-lab.org ● Notion of a “distribution” that allows to build variants ● Features and objectives
   

Flexible, extensible data model (v4.3) Reworked web UI (v4.3) GENIwrapper / SFA (v5.0) More recent linux kernel (v5.1) Emulation, Wireless, …

● Federation and new components integration

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Activities & Contributions (Monitoring)
● Topology Discovery (WP4) based on TopHat, DIMES, ETOMIC
   

Specialized flexible measurement hardware High precision measurements Integration and extension of TopHat, DIMES, ETOMIC Visualization tools Provide standardized interfaces and formats (IPFIX, PSAMP) Allow distributed multipoint measurements Provide data selection techniques Provide resource management for measurement tasks Impact Standardization with own contributions

● Packet Tracking (WP5) based on CoMo
    

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Activities & Contributions (Wireless)
Objectives
● To Integrate wireless technologies into a global large-scale

research infrastructure
● To define a common framework for conducting experiments in all

the various OneLab wireless test beds.

Activities towards the following lines:

Provisioning of new test bed resources, in order to properly support experimentation activities Development of management tools to configure and monitor those wireless networks / support the experimenter follow to validate their applications or protocols

● Development of a common test methodology that developers can

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Activities & Contributions (Customers)
SAC, Content
● Explore the issues raised by the inclusion of such

environments Haggle, DTN

● The SAC Gateway concept: Environments alike ANA, ● The PubSub & CDN approaches

Benchmarking
● A methodology for running and comparing experiments ● “Controlled” environments

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Concluding remarks
● Building a facility is a major challenge

Complex process, High risk, non technical issues (IPR, Legal,) Supporting two complementary dimensions (NS & Exp) Enabling different federations – not one size fits all Basing on an existing ecosystem with an international community Up and running! Independent and Federated Highly visible worldwide, seen as a peer wrt other testbeds Cooperation with « Pilot » projects (PSIRP, ANA, Haggle, 4Ward, FEDERICA) – looking for new partnerships. Aggregate tools of disperse communities

● Onelab is about:
  

● Onelab has delivered PlanetLab_Europe (PLE):
  

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Join and experiment with us!
Test-Beds “As close as possible to real life!”

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Questions

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Tutorial Site
The tutorial (pdf slides) are available at:

http://www.ict-fireworks.eu
The tutorial system is available at:

http://tutorial.onelab.eu
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Backup

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An Open Federated Laboratory Supporting Network Research for the Future Internet

The OneLab2 project Rationale and Objectives
(detailed, not to be presented)!
Serge Fdida, UPMC

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The EU FIRE Framework

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“creating a research environment for investigating and experimentally validating highly innovative and revolutionary ideas“
To investigate, test and compare, at large scale, new paradigms and future internet architectures, and their socio-economic impact

validation

Testbed Testbed Testbed

Testbed Testbed Testbed

long-term research
requirements

large scale experiment.

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FP6: Early design & prototyping

FP7 – WP 2007/08: Prototyping the concept of federating testbeds PARADISO FIREWorks

Next?: Expanding the concept & building the facility • enable socio-economic impact assessment • broaden involvement of large user communities • support sustainability • develop the facility in close cooperation with FIRE research projects • Join forces in Europe and collaborate internationally

ONELAB2

FEDERICA

FIRE Facility
Other Projects FP7, MSs, … Network of the Future

FIRE-Research: New paradigms
TESTBED PROJECTS

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WISEBED

PII

VITAL++

European Union Framework
● ICT FP7 Framework Program (2007/2014)
 

ICT: Information and Communication Technologies € 9.1 billion for funding ICT over the duration of FP7 Internet related projects from technology to services Strong emphasis on the future Internet Most are industry driven projects Some innovative projects European Experimental Facility

● ICT Challenge 1
   

● Experimentally-driven research

Fireworks FP7 SA coordinating FIRE projects

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PERIM

PII

Vital++ OL2 N4C Resum ECOD Self
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NaDa

SMART WISEB

OPN

••• 58

PII Architecture

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•59

Federate your testbed

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FEDERICA Infrastructure
SUNET NORDUN ET HEAnet IE DFN DE PSNC PL

KT H SE

SWITCH CH

GARR IT Red.es ES i2CAT ES

CESNET CZ

FCCN PT

GRNET ICCS GR Hungarnet HU

1 Gbps Ethernet

Each core PoP is equipped with a switch/router (Juniper) and two or more V-Nodes
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A rough comparison of the FIRE Facility prototypes

Context

• Converged Telecom/ Internet Service & Network Environments • Industry focus SOA (e.g. to federate IMS based testbeds among themselves and with others) •Converging network, service platform and application infrastructures •Complete Control over Dedicated Resources •Reproducibility

•Distributed system •IP networking •Research focus PlanetLab – both public and private versions Own evolution with Federation •Shared Resources •Real World Environment •Applications enduring over time •Partial Control •Variability

• Networking Research • Network technology agnostic environment • GÉANT, NRENs Gigabit transmission equipment and computing nodes both capable of virtualization • Virtual slices composed of networking and computing resources • Isolation of experiments in slices • Operational environment • Reproducibility & monitoring

Platform

Focus

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NSF/FIRE workshop, December 8, 2008, Madrid

From Vision to Implementation

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Onelab2
● Follow on of Onelab

Onelab2: IP project, 2 years, 6.3/8.9M Euro Already federated with PLC http://www.planet-lab.eu/join_us Wireless testbeds (WiMax, WiFi, Multi-link, Multi-radio) SAC testbeds (ANA/DTN)

● Responsible for Planetlab Europe
 

● + various stand-alone testbeds
 

● Specific focus on measurements tools ● Currently 46 (35 operational) sites, 77 (65 available)

nodes, growing…

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Onelab 1
● Onelab_1 was a concrete path towards Experimental Facilities

Based on Planetlab

● OneLab will help us better understand federation, which will be key

to Experimental Facility success

● OneLab will also make considerable progress in

● Extend

Extend PlanetLab into new environments, beyond the traditional wired internet.

● Deepen

Deepen PlanetLab’s monitoring capabilities.

● Federate
 

Provide a European administration for PlanetLab nodes in Europe. Federate with other facilities ….

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Developing the Vision
● OneLab should be developed as a multi-year facility ● Based on three pillars
  

Platform (development, operations) Tools (monitoring) Customers (users and research targets) Haggle & ANA (SAC), PSIRP (Content), 4WARD (Future Internet) Tools found mature are integrated from OneLab2 into PLE

● Liaison with “pilot” projects

● PlanetLab Europe (PLE) will grow over the years

● Peer with PLC/GENI, PlanetLab Japan, Glab, Federica,

ORBIT/OMF, …

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OneLab2 Organisation

Pillar 2 - To

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An Open Federated Laboratory Supporting Network Research for the Future Internet

Operations
Timur Friedman, UPMC

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Our key platform is European PlanetLab

Covered by a legal framework:
 

Membership Agreement PlanetLab Europe has a legal status Special terms for EU enterprises Private PlanetLabs possible MoU with PLC Aki Nakao (Univ. Tokyo) joining Onelab2 project On going discussions with Tsinghua University New users, industrial involvment PlanetLab has proved itself already, even as a production deployment environment (Telecom Poland example)

with
 

Federated with Princeton and Japanese efforts
  

Increase the “Value” of PlanetLab_EU
 

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What we manage

Nodes

PLC ops

Main operations centre

EverLab ops 70

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Growth of PlanetLab Europe
Addition of wireless (new)

Nodes

PLC ops

Main operations centre

EverLab ops 71

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Growth of PlanetLab Europe
Addition of emulation (new)

Nodes

PLC ops

Main operations centre

EverLab ops 72

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Future plans
● Next six months

Deploy new federation technology: SFA Interface
■ ■ ■

Allow three-way top-level federation: PLE-PLC-PLJ- … Allow “hierarchical” federation: PLE-EverLab, PLE-G-Lab, … Allow PL/OMF (Wireless)

Upgrade PLE, EverLab from v4.2 to v4.3 (done!) Welcome new sites Document the system for users and administrators Develop MySlice advanced slice management tool

● Ongoing
  

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Integration
Thierry Parmentelat, INRIA

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Integration
● Co-development between Princeton and Onelab ● Unique codebase at svn.planet-lab.org ● Notion of a “distribution” that allows to build

variants
● Features and objectives
   

Flexible, extensible data model (v4.3) Reworked web UI (v4.3) GENIwrapper / SFA (v5.0) More recent linux kernel (v5.1)

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An Open Federated Laboratory Supporting Network Research for the Future Internet

Dissemination WP3
Scott Kirkpatrick, HUJI UPMC, HUJI, with participation from all partners

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Dissemination Activities
● Two websites

www.planet-lab.eu

Basic resource for PlanetLab Europe, its tools and associated facilities Project website, news, archive, wiki, and scheduler □ News stories posted here with RSS feed. Newsletter in future. □ All presentations and deliverables available to public

www.onelab.eu

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Education and Outreach
● We have to prove the “Value” of PlanetLab to:
 

IST projects Industry

● Tutorials

First focus on getting over the initial hurdles:
■ ■

Registration, setup, slices, slivers, launching tests Building on experience with EverLab, OneLab users □ Strong correlation between completing tutorial and subsequent usage.


Tutorial addresses several classes of user, docs now separate the roles clearly for reference use

Next build demo/tutorials for advanced users

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International cooperation
● Participation in global federation effort

PLE – PLC

Already exploiting foreground technology from 2007-8 collaboration

Federation works in both directions today □ Client app (e.g. Dimes client) can launch slivers on PLC from PLE or the reverse. □ Access to private planet-labs (delegated testbeds) is next □ A scalable federation model


PLE/PLC MoU signed PL_Japan (Aki Nakao), Progress with China, Korea

Planet-lab Japan and other Far Eastern groups

PLE and PLC collaborate on the SFA architecture

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Monitoring Tools (WP4/WP5)
Tanja Zseby, Fraunhofer FOKUS Javier Aracil, Universidad Autonoma de Madrid (UAM)

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E.g.: PlanetLab monitoring
Traffic (for security) Web GUI CPU, memory, bandwidth
Web API, Text Files Web GUI

Reliability Information Access Information Collection Monitoring Agents

Web GUI

PlanetFlow

CoMon

EverStats

Monitor

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OneLab2 Activities
● Topology Discovery (WP4) based on TopHat, DIMES, ETOMIC
   

Specialized flexible measurement hardware High precision measurements Integration and extension of TopHat, DIMES, ETOMIC Visualization tools Provide standardized interfaces and formats (IPFIX, PSAMP) Allow distributed multipoint measurements Provide data selection techniques Provide resource management for measurement tasks Impact Standardization with own contributions

● Packet Tracking (WP5) based on CoMo
    

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Internet ANME Advanced Network Monitoring Equipment

Switch
PlanetLab boxes Nanosec Etomic/ COMO control Span port

Blackfin

ARGOS

NIC

NIC

APE
Etomic control

SERVER
COMO

GPS

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Joint Specification of WP4/5 in D 4.2: ‘Specification for advanced monitoring boxes’

From nanoseconds (ARGOS) to microseconds
● ARGOS provides a measurement resolution of tens

of nanoseconds with GPS timestamping.
● PREMON Driver provides a measurement resolution

of microseconds with GPS timestamping.
● We can use combinations: some equipments with

PREMON and some with ARGOS.

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PREMON installed on a SOM-PC

SOM-PC cost (Mini-ITX): 300 Euro.
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ARGOS card (NetFPGA)

Price for university: 500 USD
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Wireless WP Overview
Leandros Tassiulas, CERTH

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Objectives
● To Integrate wireless technologies into a global large-scale

research infrastructure

● To define a common framework for conducting experiments

in all the various OneLab wireless test beds.

Activities towards the following lines:

Provisioning of new test bed resources, in order to properly support experimentation activities Development of management tools to configure and monitor those wireless networks / support the experimenter can follow to validate their applications or protocols

● Development of a common test methodology that developers

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Wireless-Testbeds

An IEEE 802.11 (Wi-Fi) test-bed (CERTH)  Linux platform  Commercial WiFi cards (Atheros, Intel, Intersil) with open source drivers (MadWiFi, Intel, HostAP)  Focuses on MAC and network layer implementation An IEEE 802.16 (WiMAX) test bed (ALF, ALI)  Two Base Stations, a number of mobile clients  Focuses on WiMAX node configuration, evaluation of the behavior of WiMAX in a mobile environment, handover scenarios A multi-link test bed (ETH)  Based on PC nodes and different radio access technology devices (HSDPA, WLAN, Bluetooth, ZigBee, 3GPP-LTE-like)  Focuses on the modeling of the characteristics of cellular mobile systems (bandwidth limitation, propagation delay, handover between routers of different technology)

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Current Status
We have developed the three testbeds:
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WiFi testbed (CERTH) WiMAX testbed (AL-F, AL-I) Multi-link test bed (WiFi link, LTE link, HSPA link)

We are working on the remote access of the testbeds. We are developing a control and management framework based on OMF as a federation tool on the top of the testbeds. We are developing an interface that runs between the user and the driver (currently in the WiFi testbed) that:
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Monitors the communication (channel condition, power, rates, etc) Controls the communication (sets the rate, power, etc)

We are conducting research in order to investigate limitations on the implementation of research ideas on the test beds We are developing documentation and tutorials
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Current Status
We are developing a control and management framework based on OMF as a federation tool on the top of the testbeds.
● a slicing scheme based on OMF that gives access to a remote user.

Reserve resources of a particular testbed □ Particular nodes setup a slice - Functioning in specific channels - Using a specific max power Reserve resources of different testbeds and run experiments in a unified way □ Some nodes of one testbed (e.g. WiMAX) □ Some nodes on another (e.g. WiFi) □ The testbeds communicate though the wired network

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Next Steps
● Federation of the different testbeds though OMF ●

Define a common framework for
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Remote reservation Control Management

● Develop the wireless toolkit
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Low cost WiFi based nodes OMF based control framework

● Implementation of interconnection scenarios ● Testing of the developed framework ● Documentation - tutorials
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"The raison d'être of OneLab is its use by other projects.”
Max Lemke
Technical presentation meeting, March, 2009

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Documentation
● http://omf.mytestbed.net/ (NICTA)

● http://nitlab.inf.uth.gr (CERTH)

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Coffee Break

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