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Wednesday, July 29 • 4:50pm - 5:40pm
How to Manage Multiple Network Technologies by Single OpenDaylight Controller - Ryo Kurahashi, NEC & Okinawa Open Laboratory and Takashi Torii, NEC & Okinawa Open Laboratory

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In this presentation, we will explain about our PoC design and experience about managing multiple network technologies by single OpenDaylight Controller. It means that, for example, legacy network and OpenFlow network can be managed as a single virtual network domain. By current network management technology, mixing the legacy and OpenFlow network is not simple. These are separately managed, and the boundary of them are manually configured.
It is a major pain for user to deploy SDN technology to commercial existing system.
We have been testing and validating the mixed network management by using OpenDaylight, and success to make the reference system.
In this presentation, we introduce our PoC, and share the knowledge we get through the our experience.

Speakers
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Ryo Kurahashi

My name is Ryo Kurahashi, conducting research and development on SDN and Cloud in Okinawa Open Laboratory from 2 years ago.  In fact, it is first time to speak at global conference, because I have been working as a developer in company.  But I think it is a good and exciting chance for me.
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Takashi Torii

NEC
Mr. Takashi Torii has been a member of the research laboratories of NEC, and in 2012 joined Okinawa Open Laboratories, which was founded by NTT Communications, NEC Corporation, and IIGA Co in cooperation with the government of Okinawa prefecture. Mr. Takashi Torii is now the manager of OpenStack related incubation activities in NEC, and also is responsible for designing the architecture of the OOL test bed, and also is the... Read More →


Wednesday July 29, 2015 4:50pm - 5:40pm
Grand Ballroom C

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