[Sdn] Agenda for Joint RGs meeting at IETF96/Berlin (with NMRG and NFVRG)

Kohei Shiomoto <shiomoto.kohei@lab.ntt.co.jp> Fri, 15 July 2016 01:06 UTC

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Subject: [Sdn] Agenda for Joint RGs meeting at IETF96/Berlin (with NMRG and NFVRG)
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Dear SDN researchers

Special session on "Managing Virtualized and Programmable Networks" jointly organized by NMRG/NFVRG/SDNRG.

The agenda is as follows. Please let us know if we have missed any requests.

Each presenter is kindly asked to use a 10-minute presentation format/style for the "Managing Virtualized and Programmable Networks" Special Session.
- Overview of your core of ideas and what research challenges exist
- Outline research directions and applicability to IRTF/IETF discussion/WGs and work
- Consider the SDN, IETF and ancillary control/management principles/models

Each presenter is also kindly asked to send the presentation slides to Laurent, Diego, and Kohei by Wednesday noon in Berlin time.

See you in Berlin soon!

Best regards,
Dan and Kohei

IETF 96 - SDN Research Group Meeting Special Session
Joint Session with NMRG/NFVRG
Friday, July 22, 2016
10:00-12:00 Friday Morning session I
Session Chairs: Laurent Ciavaglia(NM RG), Diego Lopez(NFV RG), and Kohei Shiomoto(SDN RG)
Managing Virtualized and Programmable Networks
IETF96 - Berlin
Friday, July 22, 2016
Morning Session I (10am to 12:00noon)

0. Introduction Laurent Ciavaglia, Diego Lopez, and Kohei Shiomoto 5  
Minutes 1. Network operator Challenges for Commercial SDN  
EnvironmentsAriel Gu (China Mobile) 10 Minutes

2. Techniques and tools for the management and operation of NFV and SDN  
Evangelos Haleplidis
10 Minutes

3. SDN Architecture and Use Cases for PCE-based Central Control
Adrian Farrel (Olddog)
10 Minutes

4. Network Scheduling in Software-defined Environments
Tal Mizrahi (Mavell)
10 Minutes

5. Authentication and Authorization in Wired OpenFlow-based Networks  
using 802.1X
Frederik Hauser (Uni-tuebingen)
10 Minutes

6. Limitations of Optimization for Multi-site NFV Network Service Delivery
Andy Veitch (NetCracker)
10 Minutes

7. Managing Virtualized and Programmable Networks
Yimeng Zhao (telecom-paristech)
10 Minutes

8. VNF Benchmark as a Service
Robert Szabo (Ericsson <mailto:robert.szabo@ericsson.com>)
10 Minutes

9. The abstract art of composing SDN applications
Pedro Aranda (Telefonica)
10 Minutes

10. Control as a minimal common denominator for future networking
Artur Hecker (Huawei)
10 Minutes

11. Discussions
10 Minutes

12. Closing
5 Minutes