Presented at WRNP 2013, Brasilia, Brazil. The presentation includes a background about Future Internet research.
- 1. Braslia, 05 a 06/05/2013The FIBRE Projecthttp://www.fibre.org.brAntnio Abelm - UFPA
2. INDEX Introduction FIBRE at a glance Objectives FIBRE Members Project structure Major results Overall Progress Development of infrastructure/substrate The FIBRE Workflow Final Considerations2 3. 3Introduction 4. Context The architecture of TCP / IP (Internet) is a hugesuccess since its adoption 30 years ago: Adopted in 1985 by the NSF as architecture for theNSFNET network Extended to the commercial world from 1999 (createdthe "bubble" of 2000) Continues to expand to control almost all digitalcommunications in the world Due to the high flexibility of the architecture Facilitates the incorporation of new means of transport4 5. Context5 The flexibility is due to complete separationbetween applications and transmission detailsused: 6. Context However it introduces difficulties to themodification of network abstraction used: prevents differential treatment for applications thatrequire special QoS A single terminal equipment has multiple IPaddresses, if it has a redundant connectivity Handsets (not always connected) cause difficultiesbetween transparency and mobility Security "came after", and became essential foralmost all activities today6 7. The ability of Internet architecture toabsorb patches is running outContext 8. Future Internet Overcoming this limitation requires changing this architecturethrough the design called Future Internet (FI) Research FI consists of: Discuss how the new architecture will be developed for theInternet; Evaluate alternative proposals for this new architecture; Develop procedures to adopt the new architecture.8 9. Future Internet FI triggered a race for development testbeds to experimentallyevaluate alternative solutions for the Future Internet; Europe, the United States, Japan and Brazil (among others)have been developing proposals: GENI (U.S.) www.geni.net FIRE (E U) www.ict-fire.eu/home Akari (Japan) http://akari-project.nict.go.jp/eng9 10. Future Internet Providing environments for large scale experimentationrequires: Coexistence with the network traffic of production; Environment should be flexible and programmable(software defined network) so that researchers can quicklydefine and validate their proposals10 11. 11FIBRE at a Glance 12. FIBRE objectivesCreate a common space between the EU and BrazilforFuture Internet (FI) experimental researchintonetwork infrastructure and distributed applications,bybuilding and operating a federated EU-Brazil Future internetexperimental facility.The project will design, implement and validate a shared Future Internet researchfacility between Brazil and Europe, supporting the joint Future Internetexperimentation of European and Brazilian researchers12 13. FIBRE Members14UEssexUPMCi2CAT NextworksUTHUFPAUFGUFSCarCPqD,USPNICTAUNIFACSRNP, UFFUFRJBrazils NationalEducation and ResearchNetworkFluminense FederalUniversityTelecommunications Research andDevelopment CentreFederalUniversityof ParFederalUniversityof GoisFederalUniversityof So CarlosFederalUniversityof Rio deJaneiroUniversityof So PauloSalvadorUniversityNational ICT Australia 14. FIBRE Members15 15. 16Major Results 16. 17WP1Project ManagementWP1Project ManagementWP2Building and operatingthe Brazilian facilityWP2Building and operatingthe Brazilian facilityWP3Building and Operatingthe European FacilityWP3Building and Operatingthe European FacilityWP4Federation of facilitiesWP4Federation of facilitiesWP5Development of technology pilots and showcasesWP5Development of technology pilots and showcasesWP6Dissemination and collaborationWP6Dissemination and collaboration(M1-M34)(M5-M34)(M5-M34)(M5-M34)(M13-M34)FIBRE Deliverables 17. Major resultsJune 2011-April 2013Technical Achievements until M23User requirements for the experimental facility D2.1, D3.1Use case requirements analysis and pilots design D3.1, MS15Analysis of federation requirements D4.1, MS12Specifications of the facility operation D2.2, D2.3, D2.4 e D2.5Technical requirements and topology for each facility D3.2, D2.3MS15 18. Major resultsJune 2011-April 2013Technical Achievements until M23Partial deployment and testing of individual facilities D2.2,D2.3, D3.2,M2.1, MS2.2, MS 2.3Operation of the facility MS8Enhancement of OCF MS 6Enhancement of OMF MS7 19. Major resultsJune 2011-April 2013Technical Achievements until M23Links between Brazil and Europe as well between Europeanislands has been set up MS12Project dissemination D6.1, D6.2, D6.3, MS19, MS20Project management D1.1, D1.2, D1.3, MS1, MS2 20. Development of infrastructure/substrate In order to define and develop the FIBRE-BR infrastructurewe worked on: Specification of technical requirements ( network andcomputer) to purchase the equipment Acquisition of network and computer equipment Defining the topology for each island based on the localinfrastructure Design of network connections for integrating the islandsto one another Define a strategy plan to deploy the testbed Deployment and testing of individual facilities21 21. SPECIFICATION OF TECHNICAL REQUIREMENT FIBRE-BR is composed by the set of hardware/software. OpenFlow Switchs Servers Wireless Nodes CMF (OCF/OMF/VM) These devices were defined in the according therequirements of Brazilian CMF Created the commissions (groups) to generate specificationto buy FIBRE equipment (RFP - Request For Proposal).22Optical TestbedsOptical TestbedsWireless TestbedsWi-fi APsWimaxOF-enabled SwitchNetFPGA ServersCompute ServersFIBRE Common ResourcesOrbit NodesOther Internal Testbeds(e.g. Emulab)Site-Specific ResourcesTo FibrePartnersRNP IpGIGAKyatera 22. Resources at one island23Institution X(**) USPOMFOCFProtoGENIEach Institution-8 to 18 ORBITSnodes-3 NetFPGA-1 OF SW-1 SW commercial-1 serverOFC = OFELIA CONTROL FRAMEWORK 23. Wireless experimental facilityOFELIA Control FrameworkOMFProtoGENIWDM GMPLSUFRJ UFFRNPPoP-RJPoP-DFPoP-GOPoP-BAPoP-PA PoP-PEUFPEOMFOCFUFPAUNIFACSOMFOCFUFGOCFOMFOCFOMFOCFUFSCarOCFUSPProtoGENIOMFOCFPoP-SPi2CATOCFU. BristolOCFUTHOMFWDMPoP-i2CAT PoP-UTHPoP-UBCPqDOMFOCFWDMOCFOCFFIBRE achievements 24. DEFINING THE TOPOLOGY FOR EACHFACILITY The figure show the FIBRE equipmentallocate in the rack. In the top of rack you have two switch. Control Switch (manage and controlequipment) OpenFlow Switch (createexperiments) The next equipment is called FIBREVirtual Server where CMF is installed. The three Openflow NetFPGA Servers In the bottom of rack were allocate theICARUS nodes.25 25. DEFINING THE TOPOLOGY FOR EACH FACILITY This figure show thephysycal connectionsamong all the equipmentin a FIBRE-BR facility. The green line constitutesthe control plane. The yellow lines show thedata plane links.26NetFPGA#1NetFPGA#3NetFPGA#2Pica8 Pronto SwitchIBM server(VMs, LDAP)Datacom OpenFlow switch(FIBREnet border router). . .Icarus node #1Icarus node #8Wireless Network(OMF domain)Top of RackconventionalswitchData plane linkControl plane linkData + Control plane 26. NetFPGA #1NetFPGA #2NetFPGA #3 Icarus nodesIBM server(virtual machines, LDAP)Pica8 Pronto SwitchDatacom OpenFlow switch(FIBREnet border router)Wireless NetworkOMF domainToR switchData plane linkControl plane linkOCF domainDEFINING THE TOPOLOGY FOR EACH FACILITY 27. FIBRE Workflow28Control FrameworkRM1UsersResource Managers...Resources availableRM2 RMNUser-definednetworkUser (experimenter) accesses CFof an island.All islands topologies are visible.User defines his network selectingresources from all islands. 28. FIBRE Use Cases 29. 30Final Considerations 30. FIBRE is a showcase project in international collaboration inFuture Internet Demonstrate local capacity to collaborate with leadingEuropean projects in this important area Provide local experimental facilities for validating anddemonstrating new FI proposals Provide opportunity for extension to and participation byresearchers from other Latin American countries Promote involvement of and technology transfer to theindustrial sector, to prepare for Future Internet needs,especially involving OpenFlow and SDN approaches.Benefits 31. Expected Results Intercontinental slices of heterogeneous infrastructure to networkresearchers. A federated infrastructure automatically controlled by one or more CMFs High speed intercontinental links connecting the European and theBrazilian parts of the joint facility. Enhanced OFELIA Control Framework software Enhanced OMF and OML software Federation software and tools Experimental network application software Network of contacts between Brazilian and European partners Internal and external links with similar initiatives32 32. FIBRE Brazilian Teamwww.fibre.org.br 33. FIBRE Brazilian Teamwww.fibre.org.br 34. New Members UFES UFPB UFRGS35 35. Thank firstname.lastname@example.org/FIBRE_projectwww.facebook.com/fibre.projectwww.fibre-ict.eu