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Summary and Conclusions (1). Workshop on Software Defined Networking (SDN) Standardization Landscape Venue and date: Geneva, Switzerland, 4 June 2013 Keynote:

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summary and conclusions 1
Summary and Conclusions (1)
  • Workshop on Software Defined Networking (SDN) Standardization LandscapeVenueand date: Geneva, Switzerland, 4 June 2013
  • Keynote:

"Deeply Programmable Network": Emerging Technologies for Network Virtualization and SDN": Akihiro Nakao, Professor, University of Tokyo, Japan

  • Speakers:
    • “SDN in China”:Liu Duo, Vice President, MIIT/CATR, China
    • “Defining NFV: NFV - Network Function Virtualization”: Yun Chao Hu,  Co-Chair,Infrastructure WG,  ETSI ISG NFV
    • “SDN standardization in ONF: OpenFlow, SDN Architecture, and other work items”: Fabian Schneider, Vice-Chair, Framework and Architecture WG, ONF
    • “ITU-T SG13 Views”: Takashi Egawa, Q14/13 Rapporteur, NEC, Japan
summary and conclusions 2
Summary and Conclusions (2)
  • Programmable (or Software definable) capabilities are one of long time visions of network study and becoming in real
  • Programmability is being extend the scope: SDN (C-Plane) and DPN (C-Plane & D-Plane)
  • Objectives for applying programmability: Virtualization, Capacity, Dynamic, Flexibility, Cost and Efficiency
  • Involved SDOs: ONF, NFV, IETF, OpenDaylight, OIF, BBF and ITU-T SG13 and SG11
  • Issues for further consideration and developments:
    • NV (Network Virtualization), NFV(Function), SDN, Carrier SDN, ITU-T SDN and DPN
    • Programmability for in-network processing and for new (non-IP) protocols
    • Data-Plane Programmability Interfaces
    • Accommodation of multiple isolated programmable environments
  • ITU-T needs to extend/accelerate their work and take a role for globally interoperable standard developments collaborating with relevant SDOs, academia and institutes
proposed action items
Proposed Action Items
  • Identify scope asap: NV (Network Virtualization), NFV(Function Virtualization), SDN, Carrier SDN, ITU-T SDN and DPN
  • FG-Carrier-SDN
  • Focus Group vs. On-going work in Study Groups: Work scopes, Recommendations and time to market
  • Focus Group vs. JCA: co-ordination and collaboration

3. Issues for further consideration and developments (possibly FG-DPN by Keynote):

  • Programmability for in-network processing and for new (non-IP) protocols
  • Data-Plane Programmability Interfaces
  • Accommodation of multiple isolated programmable environments

4. Any others:

  • Minimize conflict of other SDOs standards with ITU and maximize interoperability
  • FG-Carrier-SDN vs. FG-DPN (?)
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