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Welkom bij SURFnet SNB-master. Dennis Paus, Roeland Nuijts, Erik-Jan Bos SNB-master 2004/2005 Utrecht, 23 maart 2005. Agenda. 10:00 uur:Ontvangst met koffie en thee 10:15 uur:Welkom en Opening (Erik-Jan) 10:20 uur:"SURFnet5, ins and outs" (Dennis)

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Welkom bij surfnet snb master

Welkom bij SURFnetSNB-master

Dennis Paus, Roeland Nuijts, Erik-Jan Bos

SNB-master 2004/2005

Utrecht, 23 maart 2005


Agenda

Agenda

10:00 uur:Ontvangst met koffie en thee

10:15 uur:Welkom en Opening (Erik-Jan)

10:20 uur:"SURFnet5, ins and outs" (Dennis)

11:00 uur:"GigaPort en SURFnet6" (Erik-Jan)

11:45 uur:Bio-break

12:00 uur: "In-depth optische technologie" (Roeland)

12:45 uur:Vragen

13:00 uur:Lunch


Surfnet

SURFnet

  • Provides the Dutch National Research Network

  • Not for profit company, 55 employees

  • 100% subsidiary of Stichting SURF

  • 170 connected organizations, 750.000 users

  • Turnover (2003): 30 M€

  • Infrastructure services:

    • innovation paid for by government

    • cost effective exploitation for higher education and research


Gigaport next generation network

GigaPort Next Generation Network

  • Research networking as innovation engine between research and market introduction of new services

  • GigaPort NG Network (2004-2008)

    • Consortium of 50 Dutch research organizations

    • Government grant 40 M€

    • Project started January 1st, 2004

    • Builds on GigaPort project ended in 2003

    • Partnership with industry


Agenda1

Agenda

10:00 uur:Ontvangst met koffie en thee

10:15 uur:Welkom en Opening (Erik-Jan)

10:20 uur:"SURFnet5, ins and outs" (Dennis)

11:00 uur:"GigaPort en SURFnet6" (Erik-Jan)

11:45 uur:Bio-break

12:00 uur: "In-depth optische technologie" (Roeland)

12:45 uur:Vragen

13:00 uur:Lunch


Gigaport en surfnet6

GigaPort en SURFnet6

Erik-Jan Bos

Director of Network Services, SURFnet

SNB-master 2004/2005

Utrecht, 23 maart 2005


History of the surfnet infrastructure

History of the SURFnet infrastructure

100 Gbit/s

SURFnet5

20 Gbit/s

10 Gbit/s

SURFnet4

155 Mbit/s

1 Gbit/s

SURFnet4

34 Mbit/s

100 Mbit/s

10 Mbit/s

SURFnet3

2 Mbit/s

1 Mbit/s

SURFnet2

64 kbit/s

100 kbit/s

SURFnet1

9,6 kbit/s

10 kbit/s

1986

1989

1992

1995

1997

2001


Surfnet continuing paradigm shifts

SURFnet continuing paradigm shifts

  • SURFnet1 Public X.25 ==> SURFnet2 Private X.25

  • SURFnet2 X.25 ==> SURFnet3 IP

  • SURFnet4 IP over ATM

  • SURFnet4 IP over SDH

  • SURFnet5 IP over lambdas


Paradigm shift

Paradigm shift

Lambdas

SURFnet6 network

DWDM

SURFnet5 network

POS

SURFnet4 network

ATM

GigaPort

Next Generation

SURFnet4 project

GigaPort

1995

1999

2003

2008

Next generation is not a simple extrapolation of current networks


Ip traffic growth connected organizations

IP Traffic growth, connected organizations

1600 Tbyte/maand ≈ 1 CD-ROM/seconde


Surfnet5 lessons learned

SURFnet5 lessons learned

  • Dark fiber is the essential building block for next gen networks

  • Lambdas form an excellent basis for IP networking

  • Researchers are interested in lambdas

  • Provides excellent quality on point-to-point connections at very high speed

  • Protects the routed network

  • Enables demanding applications to make use of the infrastructure in an economically sound way


A word on networking costs

A word on networking costs

  • Costs of optical port is 10% of switching port is 10% of router port with same characteristics

    • 10G routerblade -> 100-300 k$, 10G switch port -> 10-20 k$, MEMS port -> 0.7 k$

  • Give each packet in the network the service it needs, but no more

This slide courtesy of Cees de Laat (UvA)


Lesson transport in metal and glass

Lesson: Transport in metal and glass

  • Electrons in a metal wire (e.g. Cu):

    • Spin ½, Fermi-Dirac statistics (Fermions)

    • Collisions: resistance and hampered “flow”

    • Very suitable for light bulbs and toasters

  • Fotons in a glass wire (fiber):

    • Spin 1, Bose-Einstein statistics (Bosons)

    • No collisions, zero resistance and unlimited flow

    • “Superconductors” for data


Laying of fiber near at science park amsterdam

Laying of fiber near/at Science Park Amsterdam

Pictures by Yuri Demchenko


Vlbi at jive in dwingeloo nl today

VLBI at JIVE in Dwingeloo, NL today


Welkom bij surfnet snb master

eEVN: European VLBI Network

Data processing centre: 16 Gbps (2005)1 Tbps(2010)

Russia

China

USA

asymmetric

star topology

1-30Gbps

South Africa

This slide courtesy of Richard Schilizzi <[email protected]>


Lofar as a sensor network

LOFAR as a Sensor Network

  • LOFAR is a large distributed research infrastructure:

    • Astronomy:

      • >100 phased array stations

      • Combined in aperture synthesis array

      • 13,000 small“LF” antennas

      • 13,000 small “HF” tiles

    • Geophysics:

      • 18 vibration sensors per station

      • Infrasound detector per station

    • >20 Tbit/s generated digitally

    • >40 Tflop/s supercomputer

    • innovative software systems

      • new calibration approaches

      • full distributed control

      • VO and Grid integration

      • datamining and visualisation

Slide courtesy of Marco de Vos (LOFAR)


Surfnet6 overview

SURFnet6 overview

  • A hybrid optical and packet switching infrastructure

  • Based on customer-owned managed dark fiber

  • Native IPv4, IPv6 and Light Path Provisioning over a single transmission infrastructure

    • Managed via a single control plane

    • Network nodes reduced from 20 routed locations to 2 routed locations

      Paving the way to a ubiquitous and scalable Services Grid


Timelines surfnet6

Timelines SURFnet6


Surfnet s new industry partners 2004 2010

SURFnet’s new Industry Partners (2004-2010)

  • Leader of the consortium

  • Optical equipment

  • Ethernet equipment

  • Network management equipment

  • Routing equipment

  • Installation services

  • Maintenance services


Surfnet6 on dark fiber

SURFnet6 on dark fiber

  • SURFnet6 will be entirely based on SURFnet owned managed dark fiber via the customer premises

  • Over 5300 km fiber pairs available today; average price paid for 15 year IRUs:

    < 6 €/meter per pair

  • Managed dark fiber infrastructure will be extended with new routes, to be ready for SURFnet6


Common photonic layer cpl in surfnet6

Common Photonic Layer (CPL) in SURFnet6


Surfnet6 ip services

SURFnet6: IP Services

  • IPv4 and IPv6 connectivity

    • Unicast

    • Multicast

  • 1 and 10 Gigabit Ethernet connections

  • Small routed IP core in Amsterdam at two separate locations

  • Congestion-free via overprovisioning

  • Resilient


Surfnet6 ip network implementation

SURFnet6: IP network implementation

SURFnet6 Border Routers

SURFnet6

Core Routers

Avici

SSR

External

IP connectivity

Avici

SSR

Avici

SSR

Avici

SSR

10 GE

Nortel

OM 5000

Nortel

OME

6500

10 GE

Nortel

OM 5000

Nortel

OME

6500

SURFnet6

Common Photonic Layer

Nortel

OM 5000

1 GE

1 Gigabit

Ethernet

Customer

Nortel

OME

6500

10 Gigabit

Ethernet

Customer

Nortel

Passport

8600

CPE

Nortel

OME

6500

Nortel

OME

6500

10 GE

SURFnet infrastructure

CPE

1 GE

Non-SURFnet


Surfnet6 light path provisioning

SURFnet6: Light Path Provisioning

Lambdas:

  • enable layer 1/2 end-to-end Light Paths

    Light paths:

  • provide excellent quality on point-to-point connections at very high speed (1-10G)

  • not constrained by traditional framing, routing, and transport protocols

  • are becoming integral part of scientific instruments

  • enable creation of Optical Private Networks (OPN)


Surfnet6 light path provisioning implementation

SURFnet6: Light Path Provisioning implementation

Amsterdam

Optical

Switch

Nortel

HDXc

10 GE

GLIF

16x16

MEMS

16x16

MEMS

10 GE

10 GE LAN

Nortel

OME

6500

Nortel

OME

6500

International

Light Paths

SURFnet6

Common Photonic Layer

Nortel

OME

6500

1 GE

Nortel

OME

6500

Customer

equipment

Customer

equipment

10 GE

End-to-End Light Path

SURFnet infrastructure

Non-SURFnet


Photonic xc enables dynamic lambda networking

Control plane

… but automated

Photonic XC enables dynamic lambda networking

A patch panel, like a telephone switchboard…


Groningen1 pop infrastructure

Groningen1 PoP infrastructure


Optical private network opn

Optical Private Network (OPN)


Netherlight open optical exchange

NetherLight: Open Optical Exchange

  • Experiments with Light Path provisioning in a multi-domain environment, successful demo at SC04 with Nortel and UvA

  • Open Optical Exchange in Amsterdam

    • Operational since January 2002

    • Built and operated by SURFnet

  • Nortel Networks HDXc at the centre

  • Full duplex 640G non-blocking cross-connect capability

  • GE grooming, GE switch for access to clusters


Netherlight q1 2005

Chicago

Science Park Amsterdam

New York

MANLAN

NetherLight Q1 2005

Stockholm

NorthernLight

SURFnet

10 Gbit/s

10 Gbit/s

2.5 Gbit/s

NSF

10 Gbit/s

SURFnet

10 Gbit/s

Dwingeloo

ASTRON/JIVE

DWDM

SURFnet

IEEAF

10 Gbit/s

UKERNA

10 Gbit/s

CESNET

10 Gbit/s

SURFnet

10 Gbit/s

SURFnet

10 Gbit/s

London

UKLight

Geneva

CERN

Prague

CzechLight


Glif global lambda integrated facility

GLIF: Global Lambda Integrated Facility

  • Established at the 3rd LambdaGrid Workshop, August 2003 in Reykjavik, Iceland

  • Collaborative initiative among worldwide NRENs, institutions and their users

  • A world-scale Lambda-based Laboratory for application and middleware development

    GLIF vision:

    To build a new grid-computing paradigm, in which the central architectural element is optical networks, not computers, to support this decade’s most demanding E-science applications.


Glif after nottingham

GLIF after Nottingham

  • Helps to develop the Global LambdaGrid for the advancement of scientific collaboration and discovery

  • GLIF “glues” together the networks and resources of its participants

  • GLIF is not a new network and GLIF will not compete with its participants

  • GLIF will be positioned on the demand site of the market and managed as a cooperative activity

  • TERENA will act as the GLIF Secretariat


Glif world map december 2004

GLIF World Map – December 2004

Visualization courtesy of Bob Patterson, NCSA.


Conclusion

Conclusion

  • Users need new services that current networks cannot support

  • Telecommunication infrastructures will become part of the Grid and will be integrated in scientific instruments

  • Hybrid networks delivering IP and Lambda Services can meet user demand within budget constraints

  • SURFnet6 will enable advanced multimedia collaboration and applications, and the use of Grid technology in research


Thank you

Thank you

[email protected]

http://www.surfnet.nl/

http://www.gigaport.nl/

http://www.netherlight.net/

http://www.glif.is/


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