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OpenDaylight@CloudOpen [clear filter]
Wednesday, September 18
 

10:50am

(Panel) Clouds, Virtualization and SDN - What Networking Features do Cloud Environments Need that OpenDaylight Can Provide? - James Bottomley, Parallels; Kyle Mestery, Cisco; David Meyer, Brocade Communications; Chiradeep Vittal, Citrix; Chris Wright, Red
We take this opportunity at the CloudOpen Event to bring together networking experts from OpenStack and CloudStack to discuss their most pressing problems in virtual networking with some of the leaders of the OpenDaylight SDN Controlller project. OpenDaylight should become a key foundational component of modern Cloud deploymemnts bringing much needed flexibility, features, and performance to both virtual networks, and the physical networks on which they reside. Bring your questions and suggestions on how OpenDaylight should evolve to best serve cloud environments in service providers and enterprises alike.

Moderators
avatar for Phil Robb

Phil Robb

Vice President - Operations, Networking & Orchestration, Linux Foundation
Phil Robb’s experience spans more than 30 years of work on the leading edge of software and networking technology, beginning with the launch of the personal computer in the early 1980s. He began working with open source in 2001 at Hewlett Packard, where he formed and led the company’s... Read More →

Speakers
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James Bottomley

DE, IBM
James Bottomley is a Distinguished Engineer at IBM Research where he works on Cloud and Container technology. He is also Linux Kernel maintainer of the SCSI subsystem. He has been a Director on the Board of the Linux Foundation and Chair of its Technical Advisory Board. He went to... Read More →
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Kyle Mestery

Distinguished Engineer, Cisco
Kyle is a Principal Engineer at Cisco Systems where he works on OpenStack, Open Daylight, and Open vSwitch. He is a core team member of the OpenStack Neutron project and the founder of the Minnesota OpenStack Meetup. Kyle has been writing systems software for more than 15 years. Kyle... Read More →
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David Meyer

David Meyer is currently CTO and Chief Scientist at Brocade Communications, where he works on future directions for Internet technologies. Prior to joining Brocade, he was a Distinguished Engineer at Cisco Systems, where he also worked as a developer, architect, and visionary on future... Read More →
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Chiradeep Vittal

Engineer, Citrix
Chiradeep Vittal is Principal Architect in the Cloud Platforms Group at Citrix Systems. He is a maintainer in the Apache CloudStack project where he contributes to networking and storage parts of the Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IAAS) management system. H
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Chris Wright

Chief Technologist, Red Hat
Chris Wright is the Chief Technologist at Red Hat.  During his nearly 20 years as a software engineer he has worked in the telecom industry on high availability and distributed systems and in the Linux industry on security and virtualization.  He has been a Linux developer for over... Read More →


Wednesday September 18, 2013 10:50am - 11:40am
Strand 10A

11:50am

An Introduction to OpenDaylight's First Release - Ed Warnicke, Cisco
OpenDaylight is a community-led, open, industry supported framework consisting of code and blueprints, with the purpose of accelerating adoption, fostering new innovation, reducing risk, and creating a more transparent approach to Software-Defined Networking.

The First Simultaneous Release of OpenDaylight will be on December 9, 2013 and include
support a wide range of technologies, which include:
  • OpenFlow 1.0 and 1.3.x
  • OVSDB
  • BGP-LS/PCEP
  • Netconf
  • LISP
  • SNMP
  • Virtual Tenant Networks
  • OpenDOVE network virtualization
  • Affinity Management
Come hear about the contents and schedule of the OpenDaylight Release.

Speakers
avatar for Ed Warnicke

Ed Warnicke

Ed Warnicke is a Principal Engineer in the Research and Advanced Development group at Cisco Systems. He has been working for over a decade in many areas of networking and Open Source. He has a masters in Physics (String Theory) from Rutgers University


Wednesday September 18, 2013 11:50am - 12:40pm
Strand 10A

2:00pm

Network As Code: From Development to Production Using OpenDaylight - Brent Salisbury & Evan Zeller
The network is rapidly evolving. Networking is transforming from a vertically integrated industry to a horizontal model that is following the horizontal roadmap laid out buy the compute world. Horizontalization is enabling open source projects like OpenDaylight that allow the community to unbundle the networking stack and add new innovations and plug them back into a holistic framework.

This discussion covers two primary topics. First is to review a production OpenDaylight deployment in an enterprise campus. It will cover architectures, mechanisms and pain points found in early SDN adoptions. The second section is to walk through the Open vSwitch database (OVSDB) protocol and its integration into OpenDaylight. Open vSwitch is the primary virtual switch used in OpenStack and other orchestration deployments. OVSDB is the management protocol that will enable OpenDaylight to programmatically provision data paths in conjunction with orchestration systems.

Speakers
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Brent Salisbury

Brent Salisbury works as a network architect and software hacker with over 15 years of IT experience in large enterprise, healthcare and regional provider networks. He is a committer on the OpenDaylight project and a co-author of "The OpenFlow Book: Network Engineers Introduction... Read More →
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Evan Zeller

Evan Zeller is a senior Computer Science student at the University of Kentucky and OpenDaylight is his first experience with Open Source software, as well as first experience writing real world code. He's been interested in networks since he was in high school, and now is very excited... Read More →


Wednesday September 18, 2013 2:00pm - 2:50pm
Strand 10A

3:00pm

Network Virtualization Support in OpenDaylight - Anees Shaikh, IBM
Network virtualization brings many of the same benefits of server and storage virtualization to networking such as logical isolation and multi-tenancy, independence from limitations of the underlying physical infrastructure and protocols, and the ability to rapidly deploy virtual networks for new workloads. Network virtualization is an important application of software-defined networking, and a number of virtualization technologies have been brought to OpenDaylight to support this important use case.

The virtualization projects proposed for OpenDaylight provide different virtual network models and also different implementations, based on OpenFlow, overlays and encapsulation, and also standard IETF protocols. In this session we will provide a brief overview of each virtualization project and also summarize their similarities, differences, and trade-offs. We will also discuss approaches for these technologies to interoperate within OpenDaylight and identify services and absractions that can serve multiple virtualization efforts while retaining flexibility for OpenDaylight users.

Speakers
avatar for Anees Shaikh

Anees Shaikh

Anees Shaikh is the Chief SDN Architect in the IBM System Networking Divison.


Wednesday September 18, 2013 3:00pm - 3:50pm
Strand 10A

4:00pm

Virtual Tenant Network (VTN) - Network Virtualization on OpenDaylight - Su-Hun Yun, NEC
OpenDaylight Virtual Tenant Network (VTN) is a set of technology components that provide a multi-tenant virtual network with the OpenDaylight controller. Traditionally, huge network investments and operating expenses are required because the network is configured as a silo for each dedicated system as silo. Various network appliances must be installed for each tenant and those boxes cannot be shared with others. Thus it’s a heavy work to design, implement and operate the entire complex network. The VTN addresses this problem by providing a logical abstraction models (ie. vRouter, vBridge, vTunnel) that enable the complete separation of logical plane from physical plane. The VTN also provides mapping between logical and physical plane. Thus Users can design and deploy any desired network without knowing the physical network topology or bandwidth restrictions. The VTN provide Northbound-API for its application so that applications don’t require knowing all the detail of physical plane’s complexity and can program the logical network via Northbound-API. This presentation will discuss the VTN more in details.

Speakers
avatar for Su-Hun Yun

Su-Hun Yun

NEC Corporation of America
Su-Hun Yun is Senior Manager in NEC Corporation of America, leading business strategy and engineering for NEC’s Software Defined Networking products. As a founding member of NEC ProgrammableFlow product line, he was instrumental in launching the world’s first production ready... Read More →


Wednesday September 18, 2013 4:00pm - 4:50pm
Strand 10A