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The GEYSERS project. S. Figuerola, D. Simeonidou, N. Ciulli, R. Nejabati, T. M. Bohnert, J.A. Garcia-Espin, P. Vicat -Blanc, B. Belter, M. Biancani and J. Jimenez on behalf of the GEYSERS consortium Future Network Mobile Summit Florence, 16 th – 18 th June 2010.

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The geysers project

The GEYSERS project

S. Figuerola, D. Simeonidou, N. Ciulli, R. Nejabati, T. M. Bohnert, J.A. Garcia-Espin, P. Vicat-Blanc, B. Belter, M. Biancani and J. Jimenez on behalf of the GEYSERS consortium

Future Network Mobile Summit

Florence, 16th – 18th June 2010


Geysers @ a glance

GEYSERS @ a glance

  • GEYSERS:

    • Generalized Architecture for Dynamic Infrastructure Services

  • Instrument:Collab. Project - Large Scale Integrated Project (IP)

  • Activity: ICT-2009.1.1 The Network of the Future, FP7 Call 4

  • Project duration: 36 months

  • Project start date: January 2010

  • Project budget: 10.433.205€ (7.035.000€ EC contribution)

  • Project resources: 947 person months

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What is geysers about

What is GEYSERS about?

  • A novel architecture and tools for the composition of logical infrastructures, that share the same physical subbstrate.

  • An enhanced NCP (ASON/GMPLS + PCE) architecture and protocols to use these logical infrastructures to provide advanced transport services coupled with IT services.

  • Business cases that impact infrastructure providers, network & IT operators and application providers.

  • Provide an enabler for the integration of dynamic optical network services in cloud computing scenarios.

  • Architecture definition, design, prototyping and validation

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Our problem statement

Our problem statement

  • New emerging applications with highly demanding network & IT resource requirements, but still unable to exploit the potentialities of the current optical network technologies

    • Network layer unaware of applications’ dynamic requirements

    • Net & IT resources controlled separately without any integration

  • Optical infrastructure providers and network operators unable to provide enhanced and customized network services

    • Today just simple connection services over generic optical network infrastructures

  • Opportunities for new business models:

    • Multiple virtual networks integrated with IT resource offered as a service

    • Customized virtual networks supporting dynamic Optical Network + IT provisioning services

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    Geysers and cloud computing

    GEYSERS and CloudComputing

    Why Cloud Computing is relevant for GEYSERS:

    • The way in which Cloud computing services (application or infrastructure) are accessed and used increases the criticality of network QoS.

    • Network infrastructure services could be offered and managed using similarownership models and enabling similar virtualization and elasticity capabilities.

    • The convergence of IT and Telco service management is an important outcome for Cloud computing to reach a new level of critical mass.

    • As cloud computing increasesin popularity and scale, massive utilisation of network infrastructurewill be observed.

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    Geysers reference model

    GEYSERS reference model

    Roles

    App/Service Providers

    Virtual

    Infrastructure

    Operators

    Virtual

    Infrastructure

    Provider

    Physical Infrastructure Providers

    ONGOING WORK

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    Geysers actors and roles

    GEYSERS Actors and Roles

    GEYSERS roles

    Current actors

    Virtual Infrastructure Operator (VIO)

    IT infrastructure operator

    IT Service Providers

    NET infrastructure operator

    Virtual Infrastructure Provider (VIP)

    Legacy Telcos & Carriers

    Infrastructure

    Provider & Management

    Physical Infrastructure Provider (PIP)

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    Rationale

    Rationale

    • Four pillars for contextualising GEYSERS use cases (RORA):

      • Resources (net + IT)

      • Ownership (models)

      • Roles

      • Actors

    ACTOR

    ROLE

    OWNERSHIP

    PATTERN

    RESOURCE

    ONGOING WORK

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    Rora model basics

    RORA Model Basics

    • Role and Actor:

      • Role: Names a behaviour of an entity participating in a particular context.

      • Actor:An entity taking part in a use case that may or may not interact with other entities that take one or several roles.

  • Provider vs. Operator:

    • Provider: A role for offering a resource or a service.

    • Operator: A role for controlling a resource, commodity or service.

    • Requester: A role for requiring the usage of a resource.

  • Ownership (simplified)

    • Economical: rights for physically controlling the access to the resource.

    • Administrative: rights to configure or operate a resource.

    • Usage: utilisation rights of the resources for executing a workflow.

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    Roles and capabilities

    Roles and Capabilities

    • Physical Infrastructure Provider (PIP)

      • Owns economical rights over PHY resources

  • Virtual Infrastructure Provider (VIP)

    • Owns administrative rights for planning virtual infrastructures

  • Virtual Infrastructure Operator (VIO)

    • Owns administrative rights over virtual infrastructures

  • User/application/Service provider

    • Consumes Net+IT unified services (NIPS UNI) as resources

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    Workflow design process

    Workflow design process

    ONGOING WORK

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    Service management layer sml

    Service Management Layer (SML)

    • GEYSERS will provide an entity to coordinate the deployment of network services and IT resources

      • Awareness of constraints/SLAs

      • Delegation of network-related connection services to the NCP

      • Alignment of IT resource and networkservice allocation

      • Goal: Convergence of network and IT service management

    • Interaction with NCP for seamless “one-step” provisioning of network + IT edge resources (NIPS)

    • Analyze the work done at standarization bodies and other projects

    ONGOING WORK

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    Logical infrastructure composition layer licl

    Logical Infrastructure Composition Layer (LICL)

    • Partitioning of the physical optical network and IT resources through resource virtualization:

      • Synchronization mechanisms to keep consistency (physical & virtual)

      • Resource monitoring functionalities and SLA support

      • Scheduling & allocation mechanisms for both, static & dynamic resources

      • Authorised and Authenticated access to information

  • Composition of network and IT resources from multiple providers

  • Dynamic creation of multiple isolated virtual infrastructures sharing the same physical resources

  • Management of static and dynamic resource sharing between infrastructure providers and network operators

  • ONGOING WORK

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    Enhanced network control plane i

    Enhanced Network Control Plane I

    • Enhancedtransport network connection paradigms (assisted unicast, restricted anycast, full anycast, scheduled connections)

    • Virtual infrastructure dynamicre-planning (Enhanced TE in GMPLS/PCE)

      • Enhanced TE in GMPLS/PCE to trigger re-planning functionalities

    • Dynamic provisioning, monitoring and recovery functions

      • Coordinated recovery escalation among LICL/NCP/[appl. layer]

    • Backward interoperability with std GMPLS/PCE

    • Cross-layer service monitoring and coordinated recovery escalation

    • Energy-aware and IT-aware path computation algorithms

    • Interaction with AA[A] frameworks for service provisioning

    ONGOING WORK

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    Enhanced network control plane ii

    Enhanced Network Control Plane II

    • GMPLS controllers - Routing Plane:

      • Advertisement of parameters associated to Network and IT resources

      • IT resources information collected from the App. Layer (NIPS-UNI)

      • Network resources information collected from LICL

      • Required extensions to the Routing Plane for:

        • IT resources characterization

        • parameters describing energy consumption

        • scheduled(network + IT) resources

    • GMPLS controllers - Signalling Plane:

      • Signalling extensions for:

        • Network + IT service provisioning requests

        • Immediate and scheduled reservations

        • Assisted unicast, Anycastconnections

        • Escalation of recovery procedures

        • Combined authorization mechanisms

    ONGOING WORK

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    Geysers green it

    GEYSERS & Green IT

    • Infrastructure optimization (right-size = as much as I need)

    • Efficient usage and resources optimization

    • Resource optimization and sharing

    • Power down un-used infrastructure

    • Power consumption awareness

    • Energy efficient logical composition

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    Expected business impact

    Expected business impact

    • GEYSERS concepts will allow the development of new actors in the ICT environment

    • GEYSERS approach will enable telcos to access new marketsand strongly impact new business models

      • moving their business towards higher value application layers (IaaS)

      • E.g. allowing to compose network + IT edge resources

    • GEYSERS approach will overcome domain segmentation

    • GEYSERS tools will provide dedicated support of highly-IT reliant distributed mission critical enterprise applications

    • Optimize the infrastructure usage (CAPEX and OPEX)

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    Geysers testbed

    GEYSERS Testbed

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    An example scenario the vio

    An example scenario: the VIO

    Network Service Gold Customer

    Cloud Service Provider (i.e. EU ‘Amazon’)

    • No CAPEX for the VIO to enter the business

      • Virtual network and IT infrastructure hired from Infrastructure Providers

      • NCP controllers licensed by stack providers

    • Specialized network(s) and related services; some advanced (cloud)

    • Advantages for both parties:

      • Telcos and IT Data Centers can rent out parts of their infrastructure to maximize utilization

      • Reduced CAPEX and time-to-market for the VIO

      • Pay-as-you-grow model and SLAs: depending on the business the VIO can rent more or release resources

      • Flexibility to easily cover new customer application demands with dedicated virtual infrastructures

    Virtual Infrastructure Operator (VIO)

    Enhanced NCP stack providers

    Virtual Network Providers

    Virtual Storage and Computer resources at the edges

    Infrastructure

    Provider (IP)

    Infrastructure

    Provider (IP)

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    Preliminar conclusions

    Preliminar Conclusions

    • GEYSERS will:

      • Facilitate the end-to-end service delivery

      • Provide a new business approach where actors can take new roles

      • Rely on partitioning infrastructures (optical + IT) to create specific virtual infrastructures

      • Each virtual infrastructure will be controlled by an enhanced NCP

    • The GEYER vision will be realised by implementation the following technical objectives:

      • Definition and design of a new Logical Infrastructure Composition Layer (LICL)

      • Definition and design of an enhanced Network Control Plane (NCP) architecture and protocol extensions

      • Provide a cost-effective, proof-of-concept implementation of the LICL and NCP

      • Deploy a distributed and multi-site validation test-bed.

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    Many thanks moltes gr cies

    Many ThanksMoltes Gràcies

    Sergi Figuerola

    i2CAT

    GEYSERS Tech. Mng.

    ([email protected])

    www.geysers.eu

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