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Understanding the Software Defined Wave.
20TH EDITION 10/13 APRIL 2018 MARRIOTT CONFERENCE CENTER PARIS


Tuesday 10 April 2018 Tutorials ROOM 1 Tracks 1 + 2

  • Registration and welcome coffee from 07.30
  • Start of the TUTORIALS 09.00
  • Exhibition open from 09.00 to 19.00
  • Seated Lunch: 12.30
  • End of THE TUTORIALS: 17.30

OPENSTACK SESSION
09.00
OpenStack Pike and the Upcoming Queens
Focusing on NFV new features (OVS offload, ODL full support, OVS-DPDK ease of use, zero frame loss enhancements, ...) that matters for current go-live.

Franck Baudin, Linux Foundation

Franck Baudin is responsible for the NFV technical strategy within Red Hat's OpenStack product management team. He currently focuses on providing high performance network connectivity to VNFs: SR-IOV, OVS-DPDK, VPP.   Previously, within the Qosmos CTO team, Franck was responsible for technical Proof of Concepts and prototyping of emerging products, such as Service Function Chaining PoC in Telekom Malaysia lab and Qosmos L7 classification plugin. He also designed and led the implementation of DPI integration within DPDK based VNFs.   Formerly, Franck was managing the engineering team at 6WIND. On the technical side, his responsibilities included the development of strategic projects in the areas of SDN, Open vSwitch, and Intel DPDK. Before that, he led the porting of 6WIND portfolio from FreeBSD to Linux.

10.00
Coffee Break / Exhibition / Interop Event

CORD SESSION
10.30
ONF/CORD's Impact on the Edge Cloud & VNF Offloading in Datacenter Fabric with P4

Timon Sloane, VP Marketing & Ecosystem, ONF

Timon Sloane is the vice president of standards and membership of the Open Networking Foundation (ONF) leading the organization's efforts with SDN standards, skills certification, and membership. In his role as vice president of standards, Timon's primary focus is to drive activities within the organization relating to the OpenFlow® standard, bridging standards activities and open source initiatives to bring efforts in both areas under a single umbrella. Timon also leads efforts relating to the ONF-Certified SDN Professional (OCSP) Program to build and enhance the worldwide footprint of the ONF's skills certifications. Timon works closely with current and potential ONF membership to ensure that the full community is working together towards a common goal of accelerating the adoption of SDN.  Prior to this new role, Timon provided product and management consulting services to numerous technology firms, most recently with Ericsson where he was driving product strategy for the networking product lines. His prior experience also includes executive roles in product management, marketing and engineering for firms such as Matisse Networks, Extreme Networks, NET, FlowWise and SCO. Timon received a Bachelor of Science in Computer Science from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute.


11.00 ONF ROUND TABLE Experiences with Customizing and Deploying CORD
Leveraging CORD for the Next-Generation Edge
VOLTHA and Open Source Access Solutions
Advancements in M-CORD

Timon Sloane, VP Marketing & Ecosystem, ONF

Timon Sloane is the vice president of standards and membership of the Open Networking Foundation (ONF) leading the organization's efforts with SDN standards, skills certification, and membership. In his role as vice president of standards, Timon's primary focus is to drive activities within the organization relating to the OpenFlow® standard, bridging standards activities and open source initiatives to bring efforts in both areas under a single umbrella. Timon also leads efforts relating to the ONF-Certified SDN Professional (OCSP) Program to build and enhance the worldwide footprint of the ONF's skills certifications. Timon works closely with current and potential ONF membership to ensure that the full community is working together towards a common goal of accelerating the adoption of SDN.  Prior to this new role, Timon provided product and management consulting services to numerous technology firms, most recently with Ericsson where he was driving product strategy for the networking product lines. His prior experience also includes executive roles in product management, marketing and engineering for firms such as Matisse Networks, Extreme Networks, NET, FlowWise and SCO. Timon received a Bachelor of Science in Computer Science from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute.


Manuel Paul, Senior Expert International Standardization, Deutsche Telekom

Alfonso Carrillo Aspiazu, Onlife Network Architect, Telefonica

Tom Anschutz, Distinguished Member of Technical Staff, AT&T

Memeht Ozdem, Architecture and Design Group Manager, Turk Telecom

12.30
Seated Lunch
 

ETSI SESSION

 14.00 ETSI ISG NGP
14.00
Next-Generation Protocol Updates: Status, Progress and Prospectus
The leading-edge applications, mostly promised by 5G, such as Vehicular Networks, Tactile Internet and Mission-Critical Applications are going well beyond the boundary of the applicability and capability of the current Internet. The ETSI NGP puts all facets together, studies their gaps with future applications, identifies new requirements, explores new ideas, and proposes new ways to define protocols in a holistic way.

Richard Li,
Vice Chair of ETSI ISG NGP

Dr. Renwei Li (Richard) works as Chief Scientist and Head of the Future Networks, Huawei USA. His current interests include, but not limited to, next-generation network architectures, technologies, protocols, solutions, and software. An area of his particular focus is aligned with 5G, Vehicular Networks, Industrial Internet, VR/AR Delivery, and Edge Computing.   In his career with Huawei, Richard worked as Vice-President and Head of the Internet Technology Lab of Huawei USA, and spearheaded the technology innovation and software development in the area of Routing and MPLS, Cloud and Virtualization, SDN, and Orchestration. Prior to joining Huawei, he worked with Cisco and Ericsson in his various capacities, being a major contributor to their networking technologies, standards, solutions and operating systems.   Richard serves as Vice Chair of ETSI ISG NGP, an industrial specification group on next-generation protocols within European Telecommunications Standards Institute (ETSI). He has been co-chairs of multiple international conferences and workshops, and members of editorial boards and technical advisory boards of some international journals and magazines. He also works to bridge between scientific, academic and industrial research and cultures.   Richard Li received his PhD degree in Mathematics with Distinction and Honor with focus on AI and Computer Science from Instituto Superior Tecnico, University of Lisbon. He also studied and worked in Simon Fraser University, Universidade Nova de Lisboa, and Chinese Academy of Sciences, respectively.

14.40
New Packet Routing for 5G
Operators have a number of problems with the IP-based packet routing used in LTE, and it will also be difficult to deliver the low latencies promised for 5G with that technology.
ETSI ISG NGP was set up to address this issue, and there is an expectation that new routing protocols will be in Release 17.

John Grant,
Rapporteur for ETSI ISG NGP

John Grant's career began at the Cambridge University Computer Laboratory, and he wrote the operating system and BASIC compiler for the Sinclair ZX range of microcomputers. In 1981 he created local area networking technology which was used in both industrial and commercial environments. Since then he has created products for carrying video and audio over digital networks, including network switching equipment; this has given him an insight into the requirements of audio and other live media, which are very different from those for data traffic. More recently he has been researching how packet networking can meet these requirements as well as avoiding the various problems that have been identified with IP.   He is rapporteur for ETSI ISG NGP's work item on Packet Routing Technologies. He is also chair of the Audio Engineering Society standards subcommittee SC-02 (digital audio), and editor of ISO TR29181-3 (Future Network switching and routing).

15.20
Coffee Break / Exhibition / Interop Event

15.50 ETSI NFV-Focused
Introduction and General Perspectives for ETSI NFV
Led by
Diego R. Lopez,
Chair of ETSI NFV ISG, Co-chair of IRTF's NFVRG, Senior Technology Expert, Telefonica I+D

Since October 2011 Diego R. Lopez is in charge of Technology Exploration at the Global CTO Unit, within Telefonica I+D. His responsibilities are related to the definition and coordination of research projects in the areas of new networking technologies and network infrastructures. He is directly involved in activities related to network virtualization, core optimization, AAA, traffic analysis, and infrastructure security.   He is actively participating in the ETSI ISG on Network Function Virtualisation (NFV), chairing its Technical Steering Committee. He is acting as representative of Telefonica in bodies related to network technologies, like the ONF and the BBF, and contributing to several working groups inside IETF.Diego have been appointed by the European Commission as member of the High Level Expert Group on Scientific Data e-Infrastructures (HLEG-SDI).   He received his MS from the University of Granada in 1985, and his PhD degree from the University of Seville in 2001. Since 1985 he have worked for several private and public organisations, developing and deploying communication services.   From 2000 to 2011 he was responsible for the Middleware Area of RedIRIS, the Spanish National Research and Educational Network. As part of these tasks he actively participate in national and international working groups and projects, and he have collaborated in several versions of the e-Infrastructure Reflection Group White Paper, under the auspices of the EU Presidency, in areas related to security and digital identity services.   His current areas of interest are network middleware and network intelligence, virtualization of network architectures, control and signaling protocols, infrastructural and mediation service, and new network architectures and services  Specialities: NFV and Software Networks. Internet middleware. Federated architectures. Directories (LDAP). Identity management systems: SAML, OpenID, OAuth. PKI. Internet security. RESTful services. RDF. SDN: OpenFlow

Open Source Collaboration and Interoperability Evaluations

Pierre Lynch,
Chair, ETSI NFV ISG

Pierre Lynch is a Lead Technologist for the Ixia Solutions Group within Keysight Technologies. Pierre has been working in the mobile network testing industry since the beginning of his 20 year career.   He is currently responsible for representing Keysight at standards definition organizations (SDOs) and open source communities relating to virtualization and mobility, including ETSI NFV, ETSI MEC, 3GPP, OPNFV, ONAP, OSM and the Small Cell Forum. He has been with Ixia (now Keysight Technologies) since 2006.   He is the current chair of the TST Working Group at ETSI NFV ISG.

REST APIs and Data Models

Bruno Chatras,
Chair of the ETSI NFV ISG Solutions (SOL) Working Group, Orange

Bruno Chatras is a senior standardization manager at Orange Labs and a member of the Orange experts' community on Future Networks. He is the Chairman of the ETSI Technical Committee on Network Technologies (NTECH).   Bruno is also Vice-Chairman of the ETSI Industry Specification Group on Network Functions Virtualisation (ETSI NFV ISG) and is leading the work on APIs and data models in this ISG. Bruno joined France Telecom / Orange in 1985, where he started his career by developing standards for the GSM core network. Since then he held several management positions within Orange, where he led the Intelligent networks R&D Unit and has been Vice-Chairman of the ETSI Technical Committee on NGN and ITU-T Rapporteur for Intelligent Networks.   Bruno holds several network-related patents and is the author of numerous papers and presentations in the area of network architectures and protocols.


 17.00 OSM Overview

Diego R. Lopez,
Chair of ETSI NFV ISG, Co-chair of IRTF's NFVRG, Senior Technology Expert, Telefonica I+D

Since October 2011 Diego R. Lopez is in charge of Technology Exploration at the Global CTO Unit, within Telefonica I+D. His responsibilities are related to the definition and coordination of research projects in the areas of new networking technologies and network infrastructures. He is directly involved in activities related to network virtualization, core optimization, AAA, traffic analysis, and infrastructure security.   He is actively participating in the ETSI ISG on Network Function Virtualisation (NFV), chairing its Technical Steering Committee. He is acting as representative of Telefonica in bodies related to network technologies, like the ONF and the BBF, and contributing to several working groups inside IETF.Diego have been appointed by the European Commission as member of the High Level Expert Group on Scientific Data e-Infrastructures (HLEG-SDI).   He received his MS from the University of Granada in 1985, and his PhD degree from the University of Seville in 2001. Since 1985 he have worked for several private and public organisations, developing and deploying communication services.   From 2000 to 2011 he was responsible for the Middleware Area of RedIRIS, the Spanish National Research and Educational Network. As part of these tasks he actively participate in national and international working groups and projects, and he have collaborated in several versions of the e-Infrastructure Reflection Group White Paper, under the auspices of the EU Presidency, in areas related to security and digital identity services.   His current areas of interest are network middleware and network intelligence, virtualization of network architectures, control and signaling protocols, infrastructural and mediation service, and new network architectures and services  Specialities: NFV and Software Networks. Internet middleware. Federated architectures. Directories (LDAP). Identity management systems: SAML, OpenID, OAuth. PKI. Internet security. RESTful services. RDF. SDN: OpenFlow


17.30
End of the ETSI Session

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