Re: [Netslices] Network Slicing and its Management work @ IETF102

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Dear All

Re: two Network Slicing drafts were submitted to NFVRG as follows:

 • "Gateway Function for Network Slicing" -  https://www.ietf.org/internet-drafts/draft-homma-nfvrg-slice-gateway-00.txt <https://www.ietf.org/internet-drafts/draft-homma-nfvrg-slice-gateway-00.txt> 
• "Review of Network Slicing Research in Diverse Standards” - draft-wang-nfvrg-network-slice-diverse-standards-00.txt



You are all kindly invited to the Network Slicing presentations at  IETF102 as follows:
I. NFVRG session of Wednesday 18th July 2018  15:20-16:50 Duluth Room

 “NFV Slicing problems & gap analysis” Alex Galis (University College London, UK)

 “NFV Slicing frameworks” Liang Geng (ChinaMobile, China) 

 “NFV slicing roles and interfacing” Pedro Martinez-Julia (NICT, Japan)

“NFV Gateway Function for Network Slicing” Shunsuke Homma (NTT Network Service Systems, Japan) 

II.  NMRG session of Thursday 19th July 2018 13:30-15:30  Duluth Room

15min + 5 min Q&A - “Management Slicing problems” Alex Galis (University College London, UK)

15min + 5min  Q&A- “Slicing use cases” Kiran Makhijani (Huawei, USA) 



In addition you are invited to a short meeting /discussion on the NS next steps (i.e. including preparation of a BoF for IETF103)  on Thursday 19th July at 19:15 - meeting point : in front of the registration desk


See some of you in Montreal
Best Regards
Alex

> On 3 Jul 2018, at 14:26, 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/)
> 
> 
> 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/
> 
> It includes:
> 
> 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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