MACSAD & BB-Gen: Our Newest P4 Open Source Projects

Multi-architecture Compiler System for Abstract Data plane (MACSAD) project has already resulted in a Poster & Demo @SIGCOMM16, a conference paper @IEEE-HPSR’17, a Demo @P4Workshop’18, and a journal paper @JSAC-COMSOC’18. Likewise, BB-Gen has received wide interest from the community while being presented as Demos @SBRC’18, @P4Workshop’18, and @SIGCOMM’18. Aware of the open source role in research, […]

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INTRIG at ACM SIGCOMM 2018 presenting 3 Demos

The ACM SIGCOMM 2018 is one of the biggest annual conferences of the ACM Special Interest Group on Data Communication (SIGCOMM) on the applications, technologies, architectures, and protocols for computer communication. SIGCOMM members include educators, students, scientists, etc., studying all aspects of computer communications and networks (i.e., analysis, technical design, engineering, measurement, and management). The ACM SIGCOMM 2018 was held in Budapest, […]

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INTRIG presence at 5th P4 Workshop presenting 2 Demos

The P4 Workshop Day and P4 Developer Day are the two biggest bi-annual events held by the P4 organization. The P4 Workshop Day brings together the developers and researchers from academia as well as industry who are working with P4 language creating innovative applications and use cases by providing them a platform to showcase their work via […]

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Survey on Network Service Orchestration (NSO)

The INTRIG team has developed a comprehensive survey on Network Service Orchestration (NSO). The main goals are to provide a  review of research, standardization, and software development efforts around the overcharged term of Network Service Orchestration.  The figure below presents a generic high-level reference model for multi-domain Network Service Orchestration, featuring a Multi-Domain Orchestrator (MDO) per administrative realm […]

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EU-Brazil NECOS Kick-Off

The kick-off meeting of the EU-Brazil collaborative research project NECOS (Novel Enablers for Cloud Slicing) took place in Barcelona, Spain, at UPC facilities. Representatives from all 11 partners were present during the meeting where organizational and technical aspects of the project where discussed for a successful project start. Network slicing is a very overloaded term […]

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Tutorial on Network Softwarization at ENUCOMP 2017

PhD. Researcher, Nathan Saraiva, presented a tutorial “Network Softwarization: from From data layer to orchestration Layer ” during the  Encontro Unificado de Computação – ENUCOMP on Thursday, November 16, 2017. The event occurs in Parnaíba city (Brazil). The objective of this tutorial is presented a bottom-up approach to network softwarization more specifically about P4 Language, Software-defined Networking, and  Network […]

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Presentation on Open Source & Testbed Catalogue at IEEE 5G and Beyond Testbed Workshop

Prof. Rothenberg presented a talk “Towards a comprehensive, sustainable wiki catalogue of testbeds and open source toolkits” during the IEEE 5G and Beyond Testbed Workshop on Sunday, September 24, 2017. Slides: https://www.dropbox.com/s/g11ncgwl79fssbr/2017-ieee-sdn-wiki.pdf?dl=1 Agenda: https://5g.ieee.org/conferences/testbed-workshop-vtc Video recording: https://ieeemeetings.webex.com/ieeemeetings/lsr.php?RCID=e84d022ae6725521e394181ba31d0135 Google Drive Spreadsheet of the catalogue back-end: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1NHI4MZZWVDpxF_Rs7OOSTUa_aHL2ACUVA_Ov-YQs1DA/edit#gid=0

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NECOS: 2-year EU-Brazil Collaborative Project starting in Nov/2017

NECOS (Novel Enablers for Cloud Slicing) is a new EU-BR collaborative project, coordinated on the Brazilian side by INTRIG/UNICAMP, to start in November 2017. Altogether 11 institutions from Brazil and Europe will work on this research project aiming at addressing the limitations of current cloud computing infrastructures to respond to the demand of new services, as […]

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RouteFlow

RouteFlow – Virtual IP Routing Services over software-defined networks. (2010 – ) The main goal of RouteFlow is to develop an open-source framework for virtual IP routing solutions over commodity hardware implementing the OpenFlow API. RouteFlow aims at a commodity routing architecture that combines the line-rate performance of commercial hardware with the flexibility of open […]

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HPSR 2017 :: Keynote and paper presentation

Prof. Christian Rothenberg delivered the opening Keynote at HPSR 2017 on “Softwarized dataplanes and the P^3 trade-offs: programmability, performance, portability” In the same event, Pattam Gyanesh Patra presented the paper “MACSAD: High Performance Dataplane Applications on the Move” on Monday, June 19, 2017 Alaelson Jatoba-Neto presented “Scaling Optical Networks Using Full-Spectrum Spatial Switching“, joint work with […]

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