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Mini-Summit: ONOS [clear filter]
Tuesday, March 15
 

2:10pm

ONOS Architecture - Thomas Vachuska, ON.Lab
ONOS (Open Network Operating System) is an open-source platform for developing network control applications and solutions designed to meet the demands of service provider networks. This talk will provide the audience with an overview of ONOS architecture, its guiding tenets and will cover the general approaches of ONOS towards device/protocol independence, distributed state management and providing applications with high-level control abstractions.

Speakers
avatar for Thomas Vachuska

Thomas Vachuska

Chief Architect, ON.Lab
Thomas Vachuska is the Chief Architect for ONOS at ON.Lab and an active contributor to the ONOS codebase. He has a solid background in software architecture of distributed systems and modular object-oriented design. Prior to joining ON.Lab, Thomas was a software architect at HP where... Read More →


Tuesday March 15, 2016 2:10pm - 2:30pm
Grand Ballroom A Santa Clara Convention Center

3:10pm

How to Contribute to ONOS - David Boswell, ON.Lab
The open source ONOS community was launched at the end of 2014 and has grown rapidly since then. This tutorial will provide information about the community and will provide step by step information about how to get involved and contribute to the project. There are a number of exciting contribution opportunities to learn about and areas where you can help drive the evolution of the project. The focus will be on code contributions, although we will touch on other contribution opportunities including documentation, QA, and more.

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Tuesday March 15, 2016 3:10pm - 3:45pm
Grand Ballroom A Santa Clara Convention Center

4:10pm

Developing Apps with ONOS - Live Demos of SDK: Thomas Vachuska & Andrea Campanella, ON.Lab
This tutorial will demonstrate on how to get started developing apps for ONOS - an open-source platform for developing resilient network control applications. The tutorial will cover the basic theory of operation of the ONOS distributed application subsystem, and also include live demonstrations of how to use the ONOS Maven archetypes to get started developing applications in minutes. The tutorial will highlight some key features of ONOS toolkit and will illustrate the typical code/build/test cycle essential for productive developer work-flow. The tutorial will also demonstrate some of the tools available for debugging applications on ONOS.

Speakers
avatar for Andrea Campanella

Andrea Campanella

Member of Technical Staff, Open Networking Foundation
Andrea Campanella, 25 from Milan, Italy, is employed as a Member of Technical staff (MTS) at Open Networking Laboratory. Andrea obtained the Master’s degree in computer science at the Public University of Milan in December 2016 after a Bachelor degree in Digital communication in... Read More →
avatar for Thomas Vachuska

Thomas Vachuska

Chief Architect, ON.Lab
Thomas Vachuska is the Chief Architect for ONOS at ON.Lab and an active contributor to the ONOS codebase. He has a solid background in software architecture of distributed systems and modular object-oriented design. Prior to joining ON.Lab, Thomas was a software architect at HP where... Read More →


Tuesday March 15, 2016 4:10pm - 4:50pm
Grand Ballroom A Santa Clara Convention Center

5:00pm

ONOS Web UI - Designed for Extensibility - Live Demos of SDK: Simon Hunt, ON.Lab
This tutorial will illustrate how the ONOS Web UI is designed to be extended at runtime by applications, as they are installed and activated. A brief tour of the UI will be followed by a demonstration focused on how to develop new “views” (both custom and table-based) to be injected into the UI when your application is activated. Additionally, an introduction to writing “Topology Overlays” will be given, showing how your application can augment the Topology view with new behavior, such as augmenting or overriding the data displayed in the information panels, highlighting and/or labeling links, badging devices and/or hosts, etc. ONOS Maven archetypes will be used to provide a skeletal starting point.

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Tuesday March 15, 2016 5:00pm - 5:40pm
Grand Ballroom A Santa Clara Convention Center
 
Wednesday, March 16
 

2:15pm

SDN-IP: Seamless Interworking of SDN and Other IP Networks - Pingping Lin, ON.Lab
SDN-IP is an open source SDN application that allows a Software Defined Network to connect to external networks on the Internet using the standard Border Gateway Protocol (BGP). This application was globally deployed together with ONOS during the past two years.

This presentation will explore the SDN-IP architecture and implementation. It will cover topics such as: how an SDN network exchanges routes with other networks, how the ONOS-controlled SDN network routes traffic between other networks, how SDN-IP handles high availability, how OpenFlow flow entries are generated based on routes, what kinds of ONOS APIs the application uses, control plane and data plane connectivity, and so on. Particular focus will be given to features that have been newly added since previous presentations of this application, as well as the work that has been done to evaluate and improve the performance.

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Wednesday March 16, 2016 2:15pm - 2:35pm
Grand Ballroom A Santa Clara Convention Center

2:35pm

Distributed Peer-to-Peer ONOS Provider for a Multi-Domain Environment - Matteo Gerola, CREATE-NET
This presentation focuses on an open-source solution for multi-domain SDN networks, built on top of ONOS. The Multi-domain ONOS Provider (MDOP) relies on a per domain organization, where each ONOS cluster is in charge of an SDN domain, and provides a lightweight and highly manageable inter-controller event-based multicast channel. Inside each domain, ONOS provides high-availability, scalability, and fault-tolerance, while the peer-to-peer architecture of the MDOP ensures the same features between different administrative domains (AD). To support various scenarios (that can vary from a single AD to a multi ADs use case), we decided to exploit a policy-based approach, in which each domain can apply several policy levels towards remote domains. The MDOP is transparent to all the applications running on top of the ONOS platform, and can be applied to existing deployment without disruptions.

Speakers
avatar for Matteo Gerola

Matteo Gerola

Senior Research Engineer, CREATE-NET
Matteo Gerola is software architect and senior research engineer at CREATE-NET research center. Within CREATE-NET he has been involved in several European projects on SDN, optical technologies, and Future Internet test-beds. He has published in more than 20 International refereed... Read More →



Wednesday March 16, 2016 2:35pm - 2:55pm
Grand Ballroom A Santa Clara Convention Center

4:15pm

ONOS Lightning Talk: Global SDN deployment powered by ONOS - Luca Prete, ON.Lab
Recently, ON.Lab has deployed a large SDN infrastructure on both production and research networks, creating a global facility based entirely on OpenFlow. Geographically distributed SDN clusters control administratively isolated domains and manage over 50 OpenFlow switches from different vendors. The deployed network is able to provide L3 connectivity to end-users with no need for legacy routers in the network core. The infrastructure interconnects RENs, universities, and research centers spanning 5 continents. Over the past year, ON.Lab and partners have learned a great deal about deploying and operating open source SDN infrastructures at scale. The talk will demonstrate the key aspects of the SDN platforms in action, while the people involved in deployments will share their experiences and best practices.

Speakers
avatar for Luca Prete

Luca Prete

Member of Technical Staff, ON.Lab
Luca Prete is an SDN enthusiast, currently leading the SDN deployment activities at Open Networking Laboratory (ON.Lab). He received Bachelor’s Degree in Computer Science from University Milano Bicocca, Milano, Italy and the master’s degree in Internet technologies from the University... Read More →


Wednesday March 16, 2016 4:15pm - 4:30pm
Grand Ballroom A Santa Clara Convention Center

4:30pm

ONOS Lightning Talk: KREONET-S: KREONET SD-WAN Deployment based on ONOS - Dongkyun Kim, Korea Institute of Science and Technology Information
What is SDN? For KREONET, the representative advanced research network in Korea, SDN is an innovative wide-area network environment for time-to-research and time-to-collaboration, providing new user experience, higher security and deterministic network performance, based on user-oriented dynamic, flexible and programmable networks. We launched the first-phase KREONET-S project to achieve this objective in 2015 and it will go on until 2017, leading to the first nation-wide production & public SD-WAN services in Korea. In this talk, we will introduce three main things focusing on why the new networks and services are demanded, how SD-WAN infrastructure and distributed control platform are designed and deployed, and what applications and services are being developed on KREONET-S. Plus, this talk presents principal SD-WAN service scenarios of KREONET-S in three main categories.

Speakers
avatar for Dongkyun Kim

Dongkyun Kim

Principal Researcher, KISTI
Dongkyun Kim is a pioneer of SD-WAN deployment on the advanced research network in Korea, leading KREONET-S project (Network Softwarization on Korea Research Environment Open Network) at KISTI (Korea Institute of Science and Technology Information). He has been involved in various... Read More →


Wednesday March 16, 2016 4:30pm - 4:45pm
Grand Ballroom A Santa Clara Convention Center

4:45pm

ONOS Lightning Talk: Investigating New Services for GÉANT Using Open Networking Operating System - Matteo Gerola, CREATE-NET
GÉANT as a network infrastructure interconnects Europe's National Research and Education Networks (NRENs) with a high bandwidth (up to 2Tbps), high speed and highly resilient pan-European backbone. As one of the largest and most complex research and education networks in the world, GÉANT supports a diverse range of users and services.
This talk will initially focus on the high-level network architecture and challenges that GÉANT is currently facing. Then it will present the open-source SDN activities that the community is investigating and deploying to evolve the network and offer new services to customers, such as Bandwidth on Demand, SDXL2 and SDXL3 (Software Defined Internet Exchange Point), and Optical Transport SDN.
These capabilities are being developed around the Open Networking Operating System (ONOS) and are freely available for the open-source community.

Speakers
avatar for Matteo Gerola

Matteo Gerola

Senior Research Engineer, CREATE-NET
Matteo Gerola is software architect and senior research engineer at CREATE-NET research center. Within CREATE-NET he has been involved in several European projects on SDN, optical technologies, and Future Internet test-beds. He has published in more than 20 International refereed... Read More →



Wednesday March 16, 2016 4:45pm - 5:00pm
Grand Ballroom A Santa Clara Convention Center

5:00pm

ONOS Lightning Talk: Migrating AmLight from Legacy to SDN: Challenges, Results and Next Steps - Jeronimo Bezerra, Florida Int'l University
Remote collaboration and network-aware applications are the new "commodity" for research and education networks. Each day, more users require services from static or dynamic inter-domain L2VPNs to inter-continental L3VPNs. To enhance its capabilities in supporting multiple network-aware applications, the AmLight network was migrated to an SDN approach in mid-2014. Since then, multiple network applications used the virtualization services offered by the SDN stack deployed. All these applications are being evaluated in parallel with traditional applications, such as HTTP, adding more operational complexity. Migrating to SDN also brought a few challenges, from troubleshooting methodologies to new skills required. In this presentation, AmLight will provide an overview of its migration to an SDN approach, and describe its experience using ONOS/SDN-IP.

Speakers
avatar for Jeronimo Bezerra

Jeronimo Bezerra

IT Assistant Director, Florida International University


Wednesday March 16, 2016 5:00pm - 5:15pm
Grand Ballroom A Santa Clara Convention Center

5:25pm

ONOS Lightning Talk: VTN and SFC Implementation in ONOS - Patrick Liu & Wei Su, Futurewei
ONOS will become alternative option of SDN controller for OPNFV as Brahmaputra releases in Feb 2016. During the upstream ONOS project development, development team engaged in modeling Virtual Tenant Network, building overlay network and a unified data path pipeline to handle L2/L3/Service Function Chaining, software packaging, integrating with different installers, etc. We run into many challenges when build this VIM and interact with OpenStack Neutron and other functions such as service SFC. However, we gained more experiences during the development, deployment, and system testing.
This presentation will share those challenges, experiences, design considerations, deployment issues, and future work with audience.

Speakers
PL

Patrick Liu

Principle Architect - SDN, Futurewei Technology
WS

Wei Su

Principal Architect, Futurewei Technologies
Wei Su is principal architect in IP Lab of Futurewei Technologies. Prior to joining Futurewei, he had various engineering positions in Cisco, Kalpana, Vitalink Communications, etc.. In Futurewei, his focus is on technology strategy and development in networking and communication areas... Read More →


Wednesday March 16, 2016 5:25pm - 5:40pm
Grand Ballroom A Santa Clara Convention Center
 
Thursday, March 17
 

2:00pm

Yang Model Vision and Practice in China Unicom - Dr. Zhou Wei, China Unicom
Now, SDN technologies have been applied in operator network, such as IDC, transportation network(OTN), IP RAN. IN carrier level network, the end to end service will be provided to our custom based on multi-vendor and multi-layer environment. Yang model, as information model, can help to operator to facilitate and speed up SDN practice and reduce APP develop threshold. China Unicom’s view and  practice, such as how to realize Hierarchical SDN controlling based on Yang model,   will be shared in this presentation.     

This presentation will give China Unicom’s   view about the role of  Yang model in carrier network, such as multi-vendor and multi-layer environment. And encourage developer and partners to explore new opportunity to help rapid APP development based on yang  model to facilitate operator to speed up new service opening and realize DevOps. In addition, it will also help to explore the requirement about Yang model standardization in ONF or IETF.

Speakers
DZ

Dr. Zhou Wei

Project manager, Senior engineer, China Unicom
Dr. Zhou Wei is a senior engineer in China Unicom. After received his Ph.D in telecom engineering from Beijing University of Posts and Telecommunications in 2007, he joined in Technicolor (Thomson), and engaged in ETSI DVB standardization. Since 2011, he has been working in China... Read More →


Thursday March 17, 2016 2:00pm - 2:06pm
Grand Ballroom A Santa Clara Convention Center

2:06pm

YANG Model Support in ONOS SDN Controller - Patrick Liu, Futurewei Technology Inc.
The rapid industry adoption of NETCONF/YANG makes model driven become popular in SDN controller design. However, This is a challenge work to provide a high scaled and high performance model driven architecture to meet the requirement from diversified application.
This presentation introduces a YANG Shell mechanism for ONOS based SDN controller, which builds YANG service model handling capability for ONOS while keeps ONOS Core characteristics (e.g. high performance, Scale out) unchanged. It hopefully help rapid APP development for Application developer, and provides YANG based standard interface representation for application to reference.

Speakers
PL

Patrick Liu

Principle Architect - SDN, Futurewei Technology


Thursday March 17, 2016 2:06pm - 2:20pm
Grand Ballroom A Santa Clara Convention Center

2:25pm

NETCONF and YANG integration in ONOS Southbound Interface - Andrea Campanella, ON.Lab
ONOS southbound interface standardizes how the ONOS Distributed Core connects to physical network devices. A variety of protocols is needed to manage and configure these devices; NETCONF, with the help of YANG, has become a standard for many network elements using XML and YANG modelling capabilities. This presentation will detail the current NETCONF and YANG subsystem implemented for the ONOS southbound interface and how it can be used by ONOS northbound interface, apps and CLI to configure and manage a physical device through ONOS provider and driver systems. The presentation will also discuss some issues encountered during implementation. An example of specific device configuration will be shown using NETCONF with YANG models. The example will demonstrate how ONOS, through this addition, can integrate more devices to better shape the future of SDN and open computer networks.

Speakers
avatar for Andrea Campanella

Andrea Campanella

Member of Technical Staff, Open Networking Foundation
Andrea Campanella, 25 from Milan, Italy, is employed as a Member of Technical staff (MTS) at Open Networking Laboratory. Andrea obtained the Master’s degree in computer science at the Public University of Milan in December 2016 after a Bachelor degree in Digital communication in... Read More →


Thursday March 17, 2016 2:25pm - 2:45pm
Grand Ballroom A Santa Clara Convention Center