Several Network Operating Systems have been proposed in the last few years for Software Defined Networks; however, only few of them are offering resiliency, scalability and high availability required for production environments. In our demonstration we present a geographically distributed SDN Control Plane, called ICONA, build on top of the Open Networking Operating System (ONOS) and designed to meet the aforementioned Service Providers requirements. During the demo, that runs inside the GEANT OpenFlow pan-european testbed, we show how a Service Provider engineer can easily manage and monitor the network, deploy some services and how ICONA can automatically recover from Control and Data planes failures.

ICONA: Inter Cluster Onos Network application

Gerola, Matteo;Santuari, Michele;Salvadori, Elio;
2015

Abstract

Several Network Operating Systems have been proposed in the last few years for Software Defined Networks; however, only few of them are offering resiliency, scalability and high availability required for production environments. In our demonstration we present a geographically distributed SDN Control Plane, called ICONA, build on top of the Open Networking Operating System (ONOS) and designed to meet the aforementioned Service Providers requirements. During the demo, that runs inside the GEANT OpenFlow pan-european testbed, we show how a Service Provider engineer can easily manage and monitor the network, deploy some services and how ICONA can automatically recover from Control and Data planes failures.
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