SC 2016, nov 15-20, Salt Lake City, UT

CIENA booth 2523  & SURF booth 3421 (archived page)

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SC2016 Workshop and Technical program presentations & involvement by UvA group members.

Demo's

  1. Trusted Big Data Sharing; Researching alliances and infrastructure models across multiple autonomous organizations (in booth 3421).
    Leon Gommans, Ameneh Deljoo, Ralph Koning, Ben de Graaff, Tristan Suerink, Gerben van Malenstein, Axel Berg, Erik Huizer, Rob Meijer, Tom van Engers, Cees de Laat.
  2. Blue Planet Analytics Over 100 Gbps WANs (in booth 2523).
    Gauravdeep Shami, Olivier Simard, Marc Lyonnais, Rodney Wilson.
  3. Secure Autonomous Response Networks (SARNET)  (in booth 2523).
    Ralph Koning, Ben de Graaff, Paola Grosso, Robert Meijer, Cees de Laat.
  4. Real-time transformations on a 3D mesh (in booth 3421),
  5. Casper van Leeuwen, Hans Trompert, Ronald van der Pol, Migiel de Vos, Gerben van Malenstein
































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Demo abstracts

1

Trusted Big Data Sharing; Researching alliances and infrastructure models across multiple autonomous organizations.

Leon Gommans, Ameneh Deljoo, Ralph Koning, Ben de Graaff, Tristan Suerink, Gerben van Malenstein, Axel Berg, Erik Huizer, Rob Meijer, Tom van Engers, Cees de Laat.

This effort researches the concerns many organizations have that prevents them from sharing their Big Data Assets considering the associated risks. We show how some of these concerns can be addressed by creating an alliance organizing and maintaining trust amongst members of a group that see a particular common benefit. We also consider a number of Big Data Sharing infrastructure models, implementing alliance rules using a common digital marketplace to administer and enforce them.

See: slides.
2

Blue Planet Analytics Over 100 Gbps WANs (also in booth 2611)

Gauravdeep Shami, Olivier Simard, Marc Lyonnais, Rodney Wilson.

Supported by Ciena research labs, iCAIR at Northwestern University, the Electronic Visualization Laboratory at the University of Illinois at Chicago, this demo will showcase the advanced measurement and analytics capabilities that could be enabled by Ciena’s Blue Planet Analytics.

See: poster.
3

Secure Autonomous Response Networks (SARNET).

Ralph Koning, Ben de Graaff, Paola Grosso, Robert Meijer, Cees de Laat.

This interactive demo will showcase Ciena’s joint research efforts with the Dutch Research Foundation, University of Amsterdam and other partners that explore how Software Defined Networking (SDN) and Network Function Virtualization (NFV) can help alleviate cyber-attacks and program networks to provide enhanced cyber-terror detection and defense. Attendees can see how the network is able to identify the attack origin, the type of attack and use advanced software capabilities to respond and defend autonomously.

See: poster.
4

Real-time transformations on a 3D mesh.

Casper van Leeuwen, Hans Trompert, Ronald van der Pol, Migiel de Vos, Gerben van Malenstein.

 During this demonstration we will show real-time transformations on a 3D mesh, initiated from the depth data of a Kinect sensor pointed towards the user in the SURF booth, in VR. In our setup the data from this sensor may flow through zero or more virtual Network Functions (NFV) and the user will experience a real-time texture transformation when applying various effects. Network functions are controlled by a LeapMotion sensor the user is wearing. Under the hood we’re using the Network Service Header to pass traffic through the Network Functions.

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