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Wednesday, July 29 • 3:50pm - 4:40pm
End-to-End SLA Enforcement for Application Flows - Girish Moodalbail, Oracle and Venugopal Iyer, Oracle

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Today's cloud is bound to have a diverse physical and virtual network infrastructure since no single vendor has solution to satisfy all cloud requirements. Diversity is good as there is no vendor lock-in. However, it brings along with it not only the issues of managing, configuring, provisioning, and programming diverse entities but also the bigger issue of identifying application flows, associating them with SLAs such as bandwidth and priorities, and enforcing these SLAs end-to-end, i.e., on-every-hop from compute nodes through the network fabric.

In this talk we will describe as to how we have solved the above issues using Solaris ODL and OpenStack. We will describe how we are leveraging some of the innovations in Solaris to identify business critical application flows and push the SLA requirements for these flows through a SDN application written to existing and new ODL NB APIs.

Speakers
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Venugopal Iyer

Venugopal Iyer, Principal Software Engineer, Solaris Core OS, Oracle. Venu is currently involved in adding OpenDaylight and OpenVswitch support in Oracle Solaris. For the past 14 years, Venu has been designing and developing networking features including QoS(L2 & L3), SCTP, VXLAN, EVB, LLDP, DCB at Oracle.
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Girish Moodalbail

Girish Moodalbail is a principal software engineer on the Solaris Core OS team at Oracle. For 7 years he has worked on all layers of Solaris Networking stack --Network Application, Network Configuration, TCP/IP, and Crossbow (Network Virtualization at MAC layer). He is the technical lead for Elastic Virtual Switch, author of OpenStack Neutron plugin for EVS, works on OpenDaylight and OpenVswitch support in Oracle Solaris.


Wednesday July 29, 2015 3:50pm - 4:40pm
Grand Ballroom C

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