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Wednesday, July 29 • 2:50pm - 3:40pm
LISP Flow Mapping for SDN and NFV – Lithium Release - Vina Ermagan, Cisco, Lori Jakab, Cisco and Alberto Rodriguez-Natal, BarcelonaTech-UPC

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Locator/ID Separation Protocol (available on Linux, OpenWRT, Android) is a next generation routing architecture with native support for scalable network overlays. LISP consists of: (1) a data plane that is capable of L2 and L3 encapsulation, (2) a decoupled and distributed control plane that stores and serves the mappings of virtual-to-physical network addresses including associated forwarding policies. LISP control plane enables dynamic, on-demand, multi-transport network overlays with native support for mobility and multi-homing. Network programmability is achieved by programming forwarding policies, such as service chaining and traffic engineering in the mapping database. Data plane nodes can then fetch and enforce these policies on demand as new flows arrive. This presentation explains how OpenStack and ODL LISP service can be used together to enable advanced SDN and NFV use cases.

Speakers
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Vina Ermagan

Technical Leader, Cisco Systems
Vina Ermagan is a Technical Leader in the Chief Technology and Architecture Office at Cisco Systems. She focuses on network virtualization, SDN technologies, overlays, and mobility. She is the PTL of LISP Flow Mapping project in OpenDaylight, and has been working on enabling programmable overlays in Open vSwitch and the Fast Data project (FD.io).
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Lori Jakab

Cisco
Lori Jakab is an open source enthusiast working on network virtualization solutions at Cisco advocating for layer 3 overlays. He is currently a committer on the LISP Flow Mapping project in OpenDaylight, and actively contributes code to projects such as Open vSwitch, Wireshark, and LISPmob, and participates in standardization efforts within the Internet Engineering Task Force.
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Alberto Rodriguez-Natal

Alberto Rodriguez-Natal is a PhD candidate at BarcelonaTech-UPC (Spain). His research interests include Software Defined Networking, future Internet architectures and particularly the Locator/ID Separation Protocol (LISP). He is a lead developer of LISPmob, an open-source LISP implementation, and has contributed code to the LISP module in ODL.


Wednesday July 29, 2015 2:50pm - 3:40pm
Grand Ballroom B

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