Deploying SDN Wired/Wireless Network

Deploying SDN Wired/Wireless Network

Shivaram Mysore

Shivaram Mysore

Santa Clara, California

Deploying Enterprise grade SDN Network with OVS+DPDK data plane and Faucet Controller with Analytics and dashboard.

Networking, Modern Code, Internet of Things

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Faucet enables replacement of legacy L2/L3 Network switch with SDN functionality. Here OVS + DPDK based on Intel x86 white box is used as the data plane (switch) with Faucet Controller managing the same.

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Shivaram Mysore

Until now Openflow SDN switches were controlled by on-site Faucet/Gauge controllers. Now, we have Service Fractal Service which provides a Cloud based micro-services which provide solution to problems such as bandwidth monitoring and control as compared to just a controller platform. Service Fractal is a commercial service and one can globally manage a network. This cloud based micro-service has the ability to manage white box, open source and commercial Openflow supported switches from a variety of vendors.

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Integrating Open VSwitch with Service Fractal - cloud based SDN micro-services for networking and security. This involves securely connecting OVS from inside of a corporate network to the Cloud for real-time configuration, monitoring and management. Service Fractal services are commercial offering.

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Miguel Ponce de Leon

Miguel is Chief Architect at the TSSG, and CTO at Kodacall were he works with a focus on software development for mobile platforms, messaging & realtime middleware technologies. Miguel has over 20 years experience in the ICT industry and has participated in over 30 national and international research - innovation projects, conducting research into future networking, network management, smart grid and living labs. Miguel contributes to standards activities, were he is currently active in defining Next Generation Protocols.

Waterford Institute of Technology West Campus, Carriganore, Co. Waterford, Ireland