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UCLP Roadmap. Bill St. Arnaud CANARIE Inc – www.canarie.ca [email protected] UCLP Objectives. Allow institutions to integrate wavelengths and fiber from different suppliers and integrate with institution's network management domain And offer VPNs to users

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UCLP Roadmap

Bill St. Arnaud

CANARIE Inc – www.canarie.ca

[email protected]


UCLP Objectives

  • Allow institutions to integrate wavelengths and fiber from different suppliers and integrate with institution's network management domain

    • And offer VPNs to users

  • Create discipline specific re-configurable IP networks

    • Multihomed network which bypasses firewalls with direct connect to servers and routers

  • User controlled traffic engineering

    • Active replacement for Sockeye and Route Science

    • Alternative to MPLS

  • Primary purpose is NOT reservation and leasing of wavelength resources

  • Primary purpose is NOT switched optical networks

  • Primary purpose is NOT end-to-end optical VPNs

  • Primary purpose is NOT inter-domain connection of lightpaths


CAVEwave acquires a separate wavelength between Seattle and Chicago and wants to manage it as part of its network including add/drop, routing, partition etc

NLR Condominium lambda network

Original

CAVEwave

UCLP intended for projects like Optiputer and CaveWave


Recent UCLP examples

  • Over 20 UCLP lightpaths setup across CA*net 4

  • Need to purchase additional wavelength in 2005

  • AARnet used UCLP to setup lightpath for Huygens-Cassini data transfer

  • 5 HDTV streams to be switched and controlled through UCLP at APAN in Bangkok

  • 3 UCLP lightpaths for restoral/protection by regional networks

  • 2 UCLP lightpaths for distributed backplane – e.g. mini TeraGrid

  • 7 international UCLP lightpaths – 1G to 2.5 G

  • 10G UCLP lightpath shared between Tokyo Data reservoir and HEPnet


UCLPv2

  • UCLPv2

    • Graphical interface to allow users to create “on demand” lightpaths or APNs

    • All lightpaths represented as web services that are consumed by user by linking through portal on workflow engine

    • will create a priori “articulated private networks” (APNs) represented as a web service

  • CAVEwave excellent example of an APN

    • Change add/drop configuration

    • Change termination networks

    • Create daughter APNs through partitions

    • Cross connect to other APNs

  • BPEL or Keppler to link APNs together to form end to end lightpaths and to link instruments


Campus Border Router

End user

Standard Ethernet Links

VLAN

External

Lightpath

802.1 p/q VLAN

Web Service

Lightpath Creation Workflow Service

VLAN to LightPath

Cross Connect

Web Service

UCLP for LAN


Taverna Workflow graph


Third Party Lightpath

Bidirectional -1 Gbps

Vancouver: Port x/Slot y/Channel z

Montreal: Port x/Slot y/Channel z

Partitionable

Available until 2006 to all Vancouver

CA*net 4 peers

BCnet

Neptune

Instrument WS

UCLP

Lightpath

WS

Winnipeg

CA*net4

Vancouver

CA*net4

New York

MAN LAN

Seattle

Pwave

Montreal

CA*net4

Seattle

CA*net4

UCLP

Cross Connect

WS

Chicago

CA*net4

Chicago

STAR LIGHT


3

2

4

OMNInet

Bandwidth

Reservation

WS

Xconnect

WS

Xconnect

WS

Lightpath

WS

Lightpath

WS

IP Flow

QoS

WS

1

5

Neptune/

ORION

Instrument

WS

4

2

3

LightPathConectionPT

BandwidthReservationPT

LightPathConectionPT

Visualization

WS

InstrumentNetworkServicePT

NeptuneInstrumentServicePT

5

1

Neptune admin orchestration

End user orchestration

Super user orchestration

End to end choreography


OMNInet

Scenario

Neptune

Instrument WS

Neptune Lightpath

Winnipeg

Calgary

CA*net 4

Seattle

NLR

Visualization

Engine

CAVEwave

Lightpath

Optiputer

Chicago


WSDL for instrument

Control Port(s)

WSDL

Interface

Java

Stub

instrumentControlPT

dataPathConnectionPT

Data Port(s)

Data Path A

Data Path B

Instrument

Axis/Apache/Linux

Server


WSDL Power & Instrument

instrumentControlPT

instrumentEnablelPT

Control Port(s)

Java

Stub

WSDL

Interface

Data Port(s)

Instrument

Axis/Apache/Linux

Server

Instrument WSDL

Power WSDL Proxy

Data Path A

Data Path B

dataPathConnectionPT

New Instrument WSDL

To user’s WSDL


Neptune Admin Orchestration

instrumentControlPT

Neptune Instrument WS

Instrument

WS Proxy

Path A

Archive

& Fork

WS

LAN

WS

Data Flow Path

1

archiveForkPT

dataPathConnectionPT

LANnetworkConnectionPT

Path B

NeptuneInstrumentServicePT

1


Significance of UCLP v2

  • Many power plants, water, sewage and process control SCADA (System Control and Data Acquisition) are moving to TCP/IP so that they can integrate process control with other eBusiness systems

  • But this makes systems more vulnerable to DOS attacks, viruses, etc

  • Impossible to fully protect with firewalls etc because too many back doors

  • Need to build “micro” firewalls around each SCADA sub-system with web services and link them together with web services workflow


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