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Berkeley, Stanford and ON.Lab SDN/NFV Day

Open Networking Foundation

Wednesday, May 25, 2016 from 8:00 AM to 7:00 PM (PDT)

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8:00 — 8:30am
Breakfast and Registration

8:30 — 9:00am
Overview — Nick McKeown, Guru Parulkar, and Scott Shenker

9:00 — 11:30am
Propane: Bridging Network-wide Objectives and Device-level Configurations - David Walker                       
PISCES: A Programmable, Protocol-Independent Software Switch - Sean Choi
NUMFabric: Fast and Flexible Bandwidth Allocation in Datacenters - Kanthi Nagaraj
PERC: Proactive Explicit Rate Control for 100G Networks - Lavanya Jose and Steve Ibanez
Network Cookies - Yiannis Yiakoumis
Programmable Packet Scheduling - Sachin Katti

11:30 — 12:30pm Lunch

12:30 — 3:00pm
E2, a framework for NFV applications: project overview + demo Lightning Talks                                                                                                                                          
  • E2 controller design
  • BESS: a high-performance extensible software switch
  • NetBricks: programmer abstractions for rapid NF development
  • ZCSI: zero-copy software isolation for high-performance NF chaining
  • netQoS: providing performance SLAs in NFV through hardware cache isolation
  • FTMB: providing fast failover for stateful NFs
3:00 — 3:30pm Break
3:30 — 6:00pm
ONOS: Latest developments and roadmap — Thomas Vachuska
ONOS Based SDN Control of Packet-Optical Networks — Marc De Leenheer
CORD and Use Cases — Larry Peterson, Saurav Das, Ali Al-Shabibi, Marc De Leenheer, Yoon Mingeun
  • CORD architecture
  • CORD infrastructure
  • Domains of Use: Residential, Enterprise, and Mobile
ONOS and CORD Communities — David Boswell
  • How to participate and contribute 

6:00pm  Reception



What are my transport/parking options getting to the event?

We have 65 reserved parking spaces at the Galvez Lot across the street from the Arrillaga Alumni Center.  The lot is located at the corner of Galvez Street and Campus Drive. The signs at the entrances of the Galvez lot will specify the reserved space numbers, but to reiterate, space numbers 1-65  have been pre-paid.  There is no further action that needs to be taken if you park in one of these spots. Once parked, please keep an eye out for the event sandwich boards, which will lead you from the lot to the entrance of Arrillaga Alumni Center.


Have questions about Berkeley, Stanford and ON.Lab SDN/NFV Day? Contact Open Networking Foundation

When & Where

Arrillaga Alumni Center
326 Galvez Street
Stanford, CA 94305

Wednesday, May 25, 2016 from 8:00 AM to 7:00 PM (PDT)

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Open Networking Foundation

The Open Networking Foundation (ONF) is a non-profit, user-driven organization dedicated to accelerating the adoption of SDN & NFV. The merger of ON.Lab with ONF presents member companies a unique opportunity to work with leading network operators to transform networks into agile platforms for service delivery while streamlining network operations by leveraging the DevOps model with cloud, open source and whitebox efficiencies.

The SDN movement, first initiated by the ONF, has successfully set in motion the disaggregation of networking devices and control software and fostered the emergence of a broad range of open source platforms. Now, the industry needs a unifying effort to build solutions out of the complexity of the numerous disaggregated components.

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