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PRISTINE presentation at the Net-Tech Future Coordination meeting

PRISTINE presentation at the Net-Tech Future Coordination meeting. October 23rd 2014

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PRISTINE presentation at the Net-Tech Future Coordination meeting

  1. 1. PRISTINE Programmability In RINA for European supremacy of virTualised NEtworks ● Stein Gjessing, University of Oslo, Norway @ictpristine
  2. 2. PRISTINE Background: RINA • RINA is an emerging clean-slate programmable networking approach • Centered on Inter-Process Communication (IPC) • Supports • high scalability • multi-homing • built-in security • seamless access to real-time information • operation in dynamic environments
  3. 3. PRISTINE Background: RINA Inter Process Communication (IPC) Distributed IPC Facility (DIF) Recursive Inter-Network Architecture (RINA)
  4. 4. PRISTINE: Main results at end ● Software Development Kit for the RINA implementation, (building on initially developed one by the IRATI project) ● Specification and implementation of policies that address congestion control, quality of service, addressing, routing, authentication, access control and resiliency ● First spec. and impl. of a DIF Management System (DMS) ● Three prototypes for the three use cases: distributed cloud, datacentre networking, network serv. provider ● First RINA Simulator.
  5. 5. PRISTINE: Results Oct. 2014 ● Initial implementation of the Software Development Kit (Linux Kernel) for a RINA implementation. ● Identification of the relevant RINA IPC Process components and policies for : • Congestion avoidance/control, Distributed resource allocation, Addressing and routing, Authentication, authorization and confidentiality, Security coordination within a DIF, Reliability and high availability and Network Management ● Draft specification of a RINA DIF Management System (DMS) ● Set of draft designs of RINA-based solutions for the Distributed Cloud, Datacenter Networking and Network Service Provider use cases. ● Initial proof of concept implementation of a RINA Simulator
  6. 6. Future Topics / Areas PRISTINE  Specification of techniques to enhance performance and resource utilization in networks.  Specification of innovative security and reliability enablers to support authentication, access control, encryption and security coordination within virtual networks.  Framework for multi-layer configuration, performance and security management.  Network architecture, protocols and interfaces that support (distributed) applications.  Deployment and experiments with alternative network architectures (alternatives to the regular TCP/IP-stack).
  7. 7. PRISTINE Questions ? ● Stein Gjessing, University of Oslo, Norway