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Lab seminar (2009-10-31). An Experimental Testbed for Building Service-Based Media Applications (Outline of paper draft to be submitted in TridentCom 2010 as testbed practices. Authors: Sang Woo Han, Namgon Kim, Bumhyun Baek, and JongWon Kim). Sang Woo Han [email protected]

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Lab seminar (2009-10-31)

An Experimental Testbed for Building Service-Based Media Applications(Outline of paper draft to be submitted in TridentCom 2010 as testbed practices.Authors: Sang Woo Han, Namgon Kim, Bumhyun Baek, and JongWon Kim)

Sang Woo Han

[email protected]

Networked Media Lab.,

Dept. of Information and Communications

Gwangju Institute of Science and Technology

outline
Outline
  • Discussion points in this talk
    • What are practical examples of media-oriented service composition experiment (towards immersive future media services)?
      • Multimedia Service Composition, Visual Sharing, IMS, RealCast for realistic broadcasting, ...?
    • What is the proper term that expresses immersive future media services based on composable services? (In this talk, the term “Service-Based Media Applications” is used temporally.)
  • Problem statement
    • Designing testbed platform, mainly focusing on experiment control
  • Problem definition
    • OMX Toolkit development, integrating Java-based software agents, TB management tools, virtualization tools, and measurement tools.
  • Solution
    • TBD
towards immersive future media services
Towards Immersive Future Media Services
  • Personal needs about immersive media services are growing.
  • Using widely dispersed media contents and tools, flexible media systems are necessary.
  • Service orientation is a driving force to instantaneously and flexibly build value-added multimedia applications on top of composable services in the Internet.

Referring to “Why do we need a content-centric future internet?” created by the Future Content Networks Group, May 2009.

service based media applications by service composition paradigm
Service-Based Media Applications by Service Composition Paradigm
  • A media application reuses individual media services to form new and complex process in a time-/cost-aware manner.
  • A media service is a functional entity that assists processing and communication of media streams.
towards service oriented testbed for media experiment support
Towards Service-Oriented Testbed for Media Experiment Support
  • Dynamic service composition by applications
    • Dynamically compose services depending on the functional relationship among services and handle events of testbed
  • Service and resource adaptation combined with monitoring
    • Monitor resource utilization and adapt services accordingly
    • Dynamically adapt resources according to the requests of a service

Construct an extended testbed supporting complicated service composition and stable operation through extended tools for service control and management

background
Background
  • Designing service-oriented testbeds needs to consider several aspects:
    • On the testbed designed for supporting media processing and delivery and testbed control framework to operate the testbed,
    • We need service control framework to assist experimenters in development and testing of service composition methodologies by using testbed capabilities
  • Composing individual services according to dynamic context changing
  • Guiding the design, development, deployment, operation and retirement of services delivered by a service provider
  • Integrating heterogeneous resources and providing them
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TM Forum SDFs (Service Delivery Frameworks) supports the efficient design, creation, deployment, provisioning and management of seamless services across different access networks

tempo nicta service delivery and testbed framework
TEMPO: NICTA Service Delivery and Testbed Framework
  • Service delivery framework
    • Support for multiple type of services (e.g., VoD, multiplayer online gaming)
    • Secure and managed P2P approach
    • Optimize distributed service delivery in terms of energy consumption
  • Unified testbed framework (OMF)
    • Control, measure, and manage federations of networking testbeds
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Fraunhofer FOKUS Open SOA Telco Playground to enable dynamic service composition for multiple network technologies.
service tools for composition provision monitoring
Service Tools for Composition/Provision/Monitoring
  • Gush
    • Application development environment
    • Installation on remote hosts
    • Software installation
    • Execution and monitoring processes
    • Event notification from remote hosts to controller
  • Raven
    • Experiment build environment
    • Slice management
    • Resource discovery and selection
    • Software deployment
    • Configuration management
    • Monitoring
planetlab emulab and orca
PlanetLab, EmuLab, and ORCA
  • PlanetLab
    • The primary large-scale testbed used for experimental overlay
    • Virtualization tools to efficiently share the global resources
  • Emulab
    • A large-scale network emulator, based on a set of computers
    • Configuration of various topologies through emulated network links
  • ORCA (Open Resource Control Architecture)
    • An architecture for on-demand networked computing infrastructure
    • A service-oriented resource control plane
testbed requirements for building service based media applications
Testbed Requirements for Building Service-Based Media Applications
  • Experiment Control
    • Abstraction of the details of underlay
    • Centralized experiment control
      • Experiment Sustainability and Repeatability
      • Flexible configuration of TB resources and their capabilities
    • Real-time experiment measurement
  • Testbed Management
    • Virtualization of computing/networking resources
    • Ease of testbed management
    • Real-time resource monitoring
  • Resources
    • High-performance network infrastructure
    • Specialized hardware for media processing and delivery
top level logical components of the testbed platform
Top-Level Logical Components of the Testbed Platform
  • TB management server coordinates multiple RA of the testbed in order to provide resources for experiments.
  • TB experiment control server installs, configures, and executes services involved in experiment description.
  • PCN (programmable computing/networking) RA (resource aggregate) represents a group of PC-based computing and networking resources in the testbed.
an example of experiment description using service composition algorithm
An Example of Experiment Description using Service Composition Algorithm
  • A heuristic service composition algorithm (based on greedy method)
    • SSSD (single source single destination)
    • MSSD (multiple source single destination)
    • MSMD (multiple source multiple destination).

J. Liang and K. Nahrstedt, “Service composition for advanced multimedia applications,” SPIE/ACM Multimedia Computing and Networking Conference, MMCN’05, 2005, San Jose, CA, 2005

experiment tools gui
Experiment Tools (GUI)
  • Experiment Control Interface & Experiment Status Viewer
    • Left: PCN node list & service properties
    • Center: a network of services
    • Right: participating user list
  • User Interface
    • User requirements (for media sharing) such as End-system capability, desired media source, and media display layout on tiled display
agents for experiment control extending smeet toolkit
Agents for Experiment Control(Extending SMeet Toolkit)
  • Experiment Agent
    • Being responsible for service configuration, composition, and monitoring
  • Node Agent
    • Create & close virtual nodes
    • Start & stop service agents and measurement tools
  • Service Agent
    • Start & stop software tools
  • Measurement Agent
    • Report measurement data to the experiment agent
real time measurement using oml omf
Real-time Measurement using OML/OMF
  • PCN node performance monitoring by OML tool using Sigar API
    • System memory, CPU load average
    • Network interface detection, configuration information and metrics, NIC input/output traffic
  • Service performance monitoring by OML tool
virtualization using
Virtualization using
  • Create & close virtual nodes in a PCN node
  • Add & remove virtual Ethernet devices in a virtual node
  • Connect two virtual Ethernet devices attached to different virtual nodes (of a PCN node) using bridge
  • Tunneling between different PCN nodes
progress and plan
Progress and Plan
  • Current Progress
    • Hardware setup and OMF/OML installation
    • Networked tiled display setup
  • Plan
    • In developing OMX (open media experiment for service composition) toolkit, extending SMeet (smart meeting space) toolkit
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