Re: [Netslices] Comprehensive Network Slicing Tutorial/ Slicing presentations In Montreal 17&18 July 2018

Christian Esteve Rothenberg <chesteve@dca.fee.unicamp.br> Tue, 03 July 2018 13:31 UTC

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Subject: Re: [Netslices] Comprehensive Network Slicing Tutorial/ Slicing presentations In Montreal 17&18 July 2018
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Hi Alex,

can you share the Netsoft Tutorial material?

Would be good also to post in the NECOS Website under Presentations in
addition to a blog post on Netsoft (Tutorial + S4SI).

At some point (could be the f2f Natal meeting),  it would be great if
you share some insights from the tutorial itself or related
discussions during Netsoft.

Thanks,
Christian

On Tue, Jul 3, 2018 at 10:27 AM Alex Galis <a.galis@ucl.ac.uk>; wrote:
>
> 3rd July 2018
>
> Dear All
>
> Re: "Network Slicing Landscape: A holistic architectural approach, orchestration and management with applicability in mobile and fixed networks and clouds” (Download from http://discovery.ucl.ac.uk/10051374/)
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>
> You may find of interest a compressive Network Slicing tutorial delivered at IEEE Conference on Network Softwarization (NetSoft2018) Montreal  on 29th June 2018 / http://netsoft2018.ieee-netsoft.org/program/tutorials/
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> It includes:
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> 1. Key Slicing concepts and history
> 2. Slicing Key Characteristics & Usage scenarios & Value Chain
> 3. Multi-Domain Network Function Virtualisation
> 4. Review of Research projects and results in network and cloud slicing (Projects: SONATA, 5GEX, NECOS, 5G TRANSFORMER, 5G PAGODA, 5G NORMA, 5G SLICENET
> 5. Open Source Orchestrators
> 6. Standard Organization activities & work in progress: NGMN, ITU-T, ONF, 3GPP, ETSI, BBF, IETF
> 7. Industrial perspective on Network Slicing
> 8. Review of industry Use Cases
> 9. Network Slicing Challenges
> 10.Concluding remarks of Network Slicing
> 11.Acknowledgements & References (SDO’s references + additional selected references)
>
>
> It shows that slicing concepts & systems are now central to the development and standardization of 5G networking.
>
> Please also note that the NetSlicing/ COMS proponents are planning for a number of presentations on slicing relevant to IRTF in Montreal (i.e. part of the NM-RG and NVF-RG sessions of Tuesday  17th July and Wednesday 18th July respectively). I addition a number of slicing drafts are now under preparation for submission to the IRTF.
>
> The NetSlicing/ COMS proponents are also in the process of evaluating the organisation of a WG forming BoF at IETF at the earliest practical and suitable time (i.e. IETF103)
>
>
> Best Regards
> Alex
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