During the meeting major results and achievements of the ALIEN project will be presented and summarized. The meeting will be attended by representatives of all ALIEN partners.
ALIEN is co-organizing European Workshop on Software Defined Networking (EWSDN 2014) together with the FP7 project UNIFY. The workshop will be held in Budapest, Hungary between September 1st and September 3rd, 2014.
Call for Demos and Posters for EWSDN 2014 is open with a deadline on 5 July.
For more information visit: http://www.ewsdn.eu/
During TNC2014 Conference in Dublin (19-22.05.2014) ALIEN will present Hardware Abstraction Layer for non-OpenFlow capable devices. Session Advanced networking is planned on Thuesday 20 May at 2 p.m.
“This presentation shows a way forward for adding SDN-based control on network devices that are not compatible with OpenFlow and introduces a Hardware Abstraction Layer (HAL) for non-OpenFlow capable devices that addresses this problem and discuss its advantages. In particular, the presentation explains how a HAL-based architecture can support different classes of network devices.”
Demo 1 – Video on Demand in OpenFlow networks.
It demonstrates the first successful deployment of the ALIEN’s Hardware Abstraction Layer (HAL) for EZchip NP-3 and Intel platforms with DPDK processors. In the demo end users’ applications are running in the OpenFlow-controlled network environment empowered by the latest HAL release for non-OpenFlow network equipment.
Workshop Details: 17 March 14:00-17:30 and Tuesday 18 March, 09:30-13:00
Workshop online agenda: Day 1 Day 2
FIA2014 Programme, including Pre-FIA Workshops: http://www.fi-athens.eu
The European Commission’s FIRE programme has brought Europe several large-scale test beds and platforms addressing a broad range of applications, services and technologies for the Future Internet. These facilities have already supported advanced experiments proving that experimentally-driven research and innovation are key mechanisms for the development of the Future Internet. As many of these facilities are mature enough to be opened up for wider use, now is the time to explore ways of making them sustainable after EC or national funding has expired.