Fwd: [Rift] kicking off the charter discussion

Alvaro Retana <aretana.ietf@gmail.com> Sat, 06 January 2018 03:24 UTC

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FYI..

If you are interested in this topic, please make comments and send feedback
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Thanks!

Alvaro.

On January 5, 2018 at 3:03:25 AM, Alia Atlas (akatlas@gmail.com) wrote:

Tony, Jeffrey Zhang, I, and others have been discussing possible RIFT WG
charters with Alvaro.  Here is what we have so far.  Comments and
improvements would be most welcome.

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Routing in Fat Trees (RIFT)

Clos and Fat-Tree topologies have gained prominence in data center networks
as a result of a trend towards centralized data center network
architectures that may deliver computation and storage services.

The Routing in Fat Trees (RIFT) protocol addresses the demands of routing
in Clos and Fat-Tree networks via a mixture of both link-state and
distance-vector techniques colloquially described as 'link-state towards
the spine and distance vector towards the leafs'.  RIFT uses this hybrid
approach to focus on networks with regular topologies with a high degree of
connectivity, a defined directionality, and large scale.

The RIFT Working Group will work on a standards track specification of a
specialized, dynamic routing protocol for Clos and fat-tree network
topologies. The protocol will:

- deal with automatic construction of fat-tree topologies based on
detection of links,
- minimize the amount of routing state held at each topology level,
- automatically prune topology distribution exchanges to a
sufficient subset of links,
- support automatic disaggregation of prefixes on link and node failures to
prevent black-holing and suboptimal routing,
- allow traffic steering and re-routing policies,
- and provide mechanisms to synchronize a limited key-value data-store
that can be used after protocol convergence.

It is important that nodes participating in the protocol should need only
very light configuration and should be able to join a network as leaf nodes
simply by connecting to the network using default configuration.

The protocol must support IPv6 and should also support IPv4.

The Working Group may establish additional requirements to constrain and
inform their work.

The RIFT Working Group is chartered for the following list of items:

- A Standards Track specification based on draft-przygienda-rift. The
document will include:

  - an Implementation Status section as described in RFC 7942
  - an Operational Considerations section to explain how the protocol is
configured, deployed, and diagnosed
  - Security and Privacy Considerations, although this material may refer
to a separate Threat Analysis document (q.v.).
  - A YANG module focused on configuration of protocol instances
  - An Applicability Statement that describes how to deploy and configure
the protocol in networks with different topologies
  - A Security Threat Analysis document that describes the attack vectors
and mitigations that shall be sent for publication at the same time as the
protocol specification.

Milestones

  Feb 2018 Adopt a protocol specification document
  Feb 2019 Submit protocol specification to IESG for publication
  Feb 2019 Submit Threat Analysis to IESG for publication
  Apr 2019 Submit YANG module to IESG for publication
  Apr 2019 Submit Applicability Statement to IESG for publication

============

Thanks,

Alia
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