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Tuesday, November 7
 

8:00am

Registration and Breakfast
Tuesday November 7, 2017 8:00am - 9:00am
The QCT Lobby

9:00am

Welcome and Introduction
Speakers
avatar for Kevin Hsieh

Kevin Hsieh

QCT US Country Manager


Tuesday November 7, 2017 9:00am - 9:15am
Event Hall

9:15am

10:00am

CORD Use Cases and Benefits: AT&T
Speakers
avatar for Tom Anschutz

Tom Anschutz

Distinguished Member of Tech Staff, AT&T
Tom Anschutz is a Distinguished Member of Technical Staff at AT&T. In his role as a network architect, he is instrumental in the development of AT&T’s software-centric network, and in progressing the key technologies that support it - SDN and NFV.  He is the editor and chief contributor... Read More →



Tuesday November 7, 2017 10:00am - 10:20am
Event Hall

10:20am

CORD Use Cases and Benefits: DT
Speakers
avatar for Manuel Paul

Manuel Paul

Senior Expert Technology & Innovation, Deutsche Telekom AG
Deeply engaged in strategy, innovation and engineering projects (incl. leading roles) within the DT group, Manuel coordinates Software-Defined Networking standards & collaborative community activities. He has been involved into the SDN movement since the early days, has driven and... Read More →
avatar for Robert Soukup

Robert Soukup

Program Manager, Deutsche Telekom AG
vOLTHA, Access4.0, vBNG, CUPS, bare metal, OLT-MAC


Tuesday November 7, 2017 10:20am - 10:40am
Event Hall

10:40am

Break
Tuesday November 7, 2017 10:40am - 11:00am
The Cafeteria and Kiosks

11:00am

CORD Use Cases and Benefits: Telefonica
Speakers
avatar for Patrick Lopez

Patrick Lopez

VP Networks Innovation, Telefónica
Patrick Lopez | VP, Networks Innovation | Telefonica | www.ca.linkedin.com/in/plopez | @coreanalysis | | Patrick Lopez is Vice President of Networks Innovation at Telefonica group, steering committee member at 5Tonic and board member of ONF. | He has 20 years of international... Read More →



Tuesday November 7, 2017 11:00am - 11:20am
Event Hall

11:20am

CORD Use Cases and Benefits: NTT
Speakers
TI

Tetsuro Ito

NTT East
avatar for Dai Kashiwa

Dai Kashiwa

Director, NTT Communications



Tuesday November 7, 2017 11:20am - 11:40am
Event Hall

11:40am

CORD Traction and ONF Use Case Steering
Speakers
avatar for Aseem Parikh

Aseem Parikh

VP, Solutions and Partnerships, Open Networking Foundation



Tuesday November 7, 2017 11:40am - 12:00pm
Event Hall

12:00pm

Lunch
Tuesday November 7, 2017 12:00pm - 1:00pm
The Cafeteria and Kiosks

1:00pm

CORD Technical Overview
Speakers
avatar for Larry Peterson

Larry Peterson

CTO, Open Networking Foundation
Larry Peterson is the CTO of the Open Networking Foundation (ONF) and the Robert E. Kahn Professor of Computer Science, Emeritus at Princeton University. He is a co-author of the best selling networking textbook "Computer Networks: A Systems Approach," and has been the technical lead... Read More →



Tuesday November 7, 2017 1:00pm - 2:00pm
Event Hall

2:00pm

China Mobile - Experience with E-CORD
China Mobile will share their experience and expectations on the E-CORD platform and its service portfolio

Speakers


Tuesday November 7, 2017 2:00pm - 2:20pm
T1 (Training Room #1)

2:00pm

2:00pm

Building and Installing CORD Software

This talk describes CORD’s software build process, which is shared by both virtual (CORD-in-a-Box) and physical PODs. It includes an overview of build profiles (what services to deploy), scenarios (the target deployment environment), and the mechanisms that operate on them to build a POD.  There will be a walkthrough of the build steps, and an overview of the deployed state of a POD after a build.


Speakers
avatar for Zack Williams

Zack Williams

MTS, Open Networking Foundation
CORD and SEBA platform integration, Logging and Monitoring, DevOps, Testing.



Tuesday November 7, 2017 2:00pm - 3:00pm
Event Hall

2:00pm

Introduction to R-CORD and VOLTHA
Saurav will introduce Residential CORD (R-CORD) features and services that provide broadband access to residential subscribers, in the ONF's open-source SDN/NFV/Edge-cloud platform known as CORD. He will also discuss how VOLTHA fits in the CORD architecture, and describe a recent demo at the Broadband World Forum in Berlin.
Shawn will provide some background history of VOLTHA project and its transition from a prototype to an open community based project.  VOLTHA 1.0 and VOLTHA 1.1 release features will be highlighted.

Speakers
avatar for Saurav Das

Saurav Das

Director of Engineering, Open Networking Foundation (ONF)
Over 15 years in networking & communications, Saurav has worked on systems as diverse as network virtualization at Big Switch Networks, datacenter switches at Arista, and WDM optics at Enablence. He currently serves as Director of Engineering at the Open Networking Foundation, where... Read More →
avatar for Shawn Ying

Shawn Ying

Principal Member of Technical Staff, AT&T
Current product owner for VOLTHA Project in ONF.  In my 19 year career with AT&T, I have been working on the area of Broadband Access Network Technology, including  ·         defining requirement for xPON technology from CPEs, ONTs, and OLTs and their Element management... Read More →



Tuesday November 7, 2017 2:00pm - 3:00pm
T2 (Training Room #2)

2:20pm

China CORD Alliance & Certification
We would like to introduce China CORD Industry Alliance(CCIA)’s practices in CORD and open source. In addition, we will also introduce our opinions about how to develop the applications and enrich the ecosystem about CORD in China.

Speakers
CZ

Chun Zhang

Chairman, 99Cloud
SZ

Sheng Zheng

Product Manager at H3C
avatar for Wei Zhou

Wei Zhou

director, China Unicom
Dr. Wei Zhou is a director in Network Technology Research Institute of China Unicom. He has more than 10 years of experience in telecommunication technologies development and more than 5 patents granted in USA and EU as the first inventor. Now he is the member of ONF Use case steering... Read More →
MZ

Mingyu Zhou

Baicells, Director



Tuesday November 7, 2017 2:20pm - 3:00pm
T1 (Training Room #1)

2:30pm

3:00pm

Break
Tuesday November 7, 2017 3:00pm - 3:15pm
The Cafeteria and Kiosks

3:15pm

R-CORD Going Forward
Speakers
avatar for Tom Anschutz

Tom Anschutz

Distinguished Member of Tech Staff, AT&T
Tom Anschutz is a Distinguished Member of Technical Staff at AT&T. In his role as a network architect, he is instrumental in the development of AT&T’s software-centric network, and in progressing the key technologies that support it - SDN and NFV.  He is the editor and chief contributor... Read More →
avatar for Manuel Paul

Manuel Paul

Senior Expert Technology & Innovation, Deutsche Telekom AG
Deeply engaged in strategy, innovation and engineering projects (incl. leading roles) within the DT group, Manuel coordinates Software-Defined Networking standards & collaborative community activities. He has been involved into the SDN movement since the early days, has driven and... Read More →



Tuesday November 7, 2017 3:15pm - 3:45pm
T2 (Training Room #2)

3:15pm

3:15pm

VNF Onboarding onto CORD - Mobile EPC
Speakers
avatar for Christian Maciocco

Christian Maciocco

Principal Engineer, Intel
Christian is a Principal Engineer and Director of Telecom Systems Research in Intel Labs working on platform and communications research in Software Defined Network (SDN) and Network Function Virtualization (NFV). Christian is Intel’s alternate board member to CORD/ONOS and is also... Read More →



Tuesday November 7, 2017 3:15pm - 4:00pm
T1 (Training Room #1)

3:15pm

Configuring and Installing Physical PODs
This talk describes how to assemble a physical POD, how to deploy CORD onto it, and how to automate the installation process. It includes an overview of the hardware, software and connectivity requirements, a cabling step-by-step how to, a brief tutorial on physical POD configuration basics, and a description of the integration of the build system with Jenkins.

Speakers
avatar for Luca Prete

Luca Prete

Open Networking Foundation



Tuesday November 7, 2017 3:15pm - 4:00pm
Event Hall

3:45pm

VOLTHA Architecture in a clustered HA configuration

This talk will dive in on VOLTHA’s clustered high availability architecture including load balancing. The talk will focus on each of the minimally required containers, their role, and interactions. This will include Consul, Kafka, Envoyd, Envoy, Fluentd, OfAgent, and last but not least the VOLTHA core. For completeness we’ll also quickly skim over Grafana, Dashd, and shovel. We will also work through several example API calls through the VOLTHA stack and how they are handled by each of touch points along the way.


Speakers
avatar for Sergio Slobodrian

Sergio Slobodrian

Sr. Director Open Source, Ciena
Masters degree in Computer Science from Universite Lava QC28 years of telecommunications SW development experience across a multitude of telecom domains including network management, SDN control, orchestration, NFV, and analytics.



Tuesday November 7, 2017 3:45pm - 4:30pm
T2 (Training Room #2)

4:00pm

Container Brigade Birds of a Feather
Speakers
avatar for David Bainbridge

David Bainbridge

Senior Software Architect, Ciena
David Bainbridge is a senior software architect focusing on open source within Ciena's CTO office. David has been a member of the TSC/TST and committer on ODL, ONOS, and CORD projects. David's current focus in open source is split between SDN and machine learning (as it can be applied... Read More →


Tuesday November 7, 2017 4:00pm - 5:00pm
Room 101

4:00pm

Panel Discussion - Business Opportunities around CORD
Speakers
avatar for Tom Anschutz

Tom Anschutz

Distinguished Member of Tech Staff, AT&T
Tom Anschutz is a Distinguished Member of Technical Staff at AT&T. In his role as a network architect, he is instrumental in the development of AT&T’s software-centric network, and in progressing the key technologies that support it - SDN and NFV.  He is the editor and chief contributor... Read More →
avatar for Bora Eliacik

Bora Eliacik

Head of Engineering, Netsia
Bora Eliacik, Head of Engineering for Netsia, is an ICT professional with more than 20 years experience in the telecommunications industry. Throughout his career, Bora Eliacik has participated in large-scale software integration and development projects as a project manager, product... Read More →
avatar for Takuya Miyashita

Takuya Miyashita

Senior Manager, Fujitsu
Fujitsu
avatar for Aseem Parikh

Aseem Parikh

VP, Solutions and Partnerships, Open Networking Foundation
avatar for Manuel Paul

Manuel Paul

Senior Expert Technology & Innovation, Deutsche Telekom AG
Deeply engaged in strategy, innovation and engineering projects (incl. leading roles) within the DT group, Manuel coordinates Software-Defined Networking standards & collaborative community activities. He has been involved into the SDN movement since the early days, has driven and... Read More →



Tuesday November 7, 2017 4:00pm - 5:00pm
T1 (Training Room #1)

4:00pm

Developing Services: Modeling and XOS Toolchain
This talk describes how to model services in CORD using xproto, a modeling language that extends Google’s Protocol Buffers. Example core and service models serve to introduce xproto’s features and to illustrate best practices in modeling services for CORD. The talk also looks under the covers at the XOS toolchain used to generate various aspects of CORD from these models.

Speakers
SB

Scott Baker

Member of Technical Staff, Open Networking Lab
SB

Sapan Bhatia

Research Scholar, Open Networking Foundation
I work on XOS, one of the components in the platform used by XOS.



Tuesday November 7, 2017 4:00pm - 5:00pm
Event Hall

4:30pm

ONAP Roundtable
ONAP (Open Network Automation Platform) is an open source software platform that delivers capabilities for the design, creation, orchestration, monitoring, and life cycle management of Virtual Network Functions (VNFs), The carrier-scale Software Defined Networks (SDNs) that contain them, Higher-level services that combine the above.This roundtable aims at aligning the effort and vision of ONF with the requirements, initial works and ideas of the service providers and vendors partners. The round table will start with the ONF perspective on how to integrate ONAP with CORD (Gopinath Taget) and then the floor will be open to whom wants tho share his company’s point of view. The outcome would be getting more aligned between the teams on what we can do together, how to go forward together with a clear collaboration strategy.

Speakers
avatar for Andrea Campanella

Andrea Campanella

Member of Technical Staff, Open Networking Foundation
Andrea Campanella, 25 from Milan, Italy, is employed as a Member of Technical staff (MTS) at Open Networking Laboratory. Andrea obtained the Master’s degree in computer science at the Public University of Milan in December 2016 after a Bachelor degree in Digital communication in... Read More →
avatar for Gopinath Taget

Gopinath Taget

Senior Architect, CORD Platform, Open Networking Foundation
I work with Container and Orchestration technologies on the CORD platform. We can talk about containers and orchestrators like kubernetes, docker swarm, mesosphere, and general CORD platform issues.


Tuesday November 7, 2017 4:30pm - 5:00pm
T2 (Training Room #2)

5:00pm

Welcome Reception
Tuesday November 7, 2017 5:00pm - 7:00pm
The Cafeteria and Kiosks
 
Wednesday, November 8
 

8:00am

Registration and Breakfast
Wednesday November 8, 2017 8:00am - 9:00am
The QCT Lobby

9:00am

CORD Roadmap
Speakers
avatar for Saurav Das

Saurav Das

Director of Engineering, Open Networking Foundation (ONF)
Over 15 years in networking & communications, Saurav has worked on systems as diverse as network virtualization at Big Switch Networks, datacenter switches at Arista, and WDM optics at Enablence. He currently serves as Director of Engineering at the Open Networking Foundation, where... Read More →
avatar for Bora Eliacik

Bora Eliacik

Head of Engineering, Netsia
Bora Eliacik, Head of Engineering for Netsia, is an ICT professional with more than 20 years experience in the telecommunications industry. Throughout his career, Bora Eliacik has participated in large-scale software integration and development projects as a project manager, product... Read More →
avatar for Marc De Leenheer

Marc De Leenheer

MTS, ONF
Marc De Leenheer is a Member of Technical Staff at the Open Networking Foundation, an operator-led consortium that is transforming networks into agile platforms for service delivery. Marc leads the teams for packet/optical convergence and Enterprise CORD; the resulting software platforms... Read More →
avatar for Larry Peterson

Larry Peterson

CTO, Open Networking Foundation
Larry Peterson is the CTO of the Open Networking Foundation (ONF) and the Robert E. Kahn Professor of Computer Science, Emeritus at Princeton University. He is a co-author of the best selling networking textbook "Computer Networks: A Systems Approach," and has been the technical lead... Read More →
avatar for Oguz Sunay

Oguz Sunay

M-CORD Chief Architect, Open Networking Foundation
Oğuz Sunay is the Chief Architect for M-CORD at the Open Networking Foundation. Previously, Oğuz was the Chief Technology Officer at Argela-USA where he led the research and development for a programmable RAN architecture that enables dynamically programmable RAN slicing. Oğuz... Read More →


Roadmap pptx

Wednesday November 8, 2017 9:00am - 10:00am
Event Hall

10:00am

Technical Steering Team Panel
Wednesday November 8, 2017 10:00am - 11:00am
Event Hall

11:00am

Break
Wednesday November 8, 2017 11:00am - 11:30am
The Cafeteria and Kiosks

11:30am

M-CORD Platform and Roadmap
Speakers
avatar for Oguz Sunay

Oguz Sunay

M-CORD Chief Architect, Open Networking Foundation
Oğuz Sunay is the Chief Architect for M-CORD at the Open Networking Foundation. Previously, Oğuz was the Chief Technology Officer at Argela-USA where he led the research and development for a programmable RAN architecture that enables dynamically programmable RAN slicing. Oğuz... Read More →



Wednesday November 8, 2017 11:30am - 12:15pm
T2 (Training Room #2)

11:30am

Introduction to Open Modeling & Open Transport Projects
  
  • Overview of the projects and purpose
    • Evolvable, extendable interface implementation 
    • Focus on code and round trip
    • Origins of work
    • Focus on agile processes and close working
    • Closing the loop: models and realization
  • Elements of the projects
    • Canonical model
    • Tooling
    • Interface definition
    • RIs
    • Stimulation of and support for PoCs
  • TAPI overview and UML – Yang etc tooling
  • Core model overview and P&R tooling
  • Ongoing work
  • Work relation to other bodies of work (MEF, TOSCA, ITU-T)

Speakers
avatar for Karthik Sethuraman

Karthik Sethuraman

Sr. Software/SDN Architect, NEC
Karthik Sethuraman is a Senior Software/SDN Architect for Optical-IP Development at NEC. He has extensive experience in architecting, designing and hands-on coding of control and management software systems for TDM, WDM and Packet transport networks. He has been active in Transport... Read More →



Wednesday November 8, 2017 11:30am - 12:15pm
Room 102

11:30am

On-Boarding Services: Writing Synchronizers
This talk describes how to on-board services into CORD, including an in-depth description of how to write Synchronizers that bridge service models with the backend VNFs and ONOS apps that implement service functionality. Several example services are used to illustrate best practices in writing Synchronizers.

Speakers
SB

Scott Baker

Member of Technical Staff, Open Networking Lab
SB

Sapan Bhatia

Research Scholar, Open Networking Foundation
I work on XOS, one of the components in the platform used by XOS.



Wednesday November 8, 2017 11:30am - 12:15pm
Event Hall

11:30am

QCT Bare Metal Switch for Trellis and CORD Ready POD
This talk will give an overview of QCT’s offering of bare metal switch for Trellis, as well as pre-configured, pre-integrated, pre-optimized CORD Ready POD from one single vendor.

Speakers
avatar for Dustin Wu

Dustin Wu

Director, Solutions R&D, QCT


Wednesday November 8, 2017 11:30am - 12:15pm
T1 (Training Room #1)

12:15pm

Lunch and Tech Fair
Wednesday November 8, 2017 12:15pm - 2:00pm
The Cafeteria and Kiosks

2:00pm

Tibit MicroPlug OLT -- Architecting PON for CORD
CORD targets both HW and SW aspects of network evolution.  These include implementation of Data Center-oriented HW architectures, implementation of open source management tools, disaggregation of control plane management from HW elements, and abstracting away the management differences between different access architectures.     Tibit’s MicroPlug OLT represents the most extreme in PON architectures targeting CORD objectives.  By implementing an entire 10G OLT in an optical module housing, we push the limit in removing unnecessary HW and SW components from the OLT device itself.  All management controls are moved in-band and northbound into the network – a key design fit for VOLTHA.  The resulting SFP+ physical OLT device is designed to plug directly into a 10G switch port in a standard NFV DC rack.     Tibit was one of the original contributors to VOLTHA.  This talk will cover the design considerations of PON to specifically meet VOLTHA and CORD architecture goals.

Speakers
avatar for Jay Teborek

Jay Teborek

Vice President of Marketing, Tibit Communications
Jay Teborek is Vice President of Marketing for Tibit Communications, Inc., a company focused on innovation in PON architectures and their integration into NFV/SDN infrastructure.  Prior to Tibit, Jay built and directed the global Telecom Business Development Group for Broadcom’s... Read More →


Wednesday November 8, 2017 2:00pm - 2:30pm
T1 (Training Room #1)

2:00pm

Service Provider and Vendor Experiences with M-CORD: DT, Radisys, Samsung, AT&T

* Hybrid CORD development at Deutsche Telekom 

* OAI Integration and Network Slicing with M-CORD at Samsung

* AT&T's M-CORD


Speakers
RF

Russell Ford

Senior Research Engineer, Samsung Research America
avatar for Manuel Paul

Manuel Paul

Senior Expert Technology & Innovation, Deutsche Telekom AG
Deeply engaged in strategy, innovation and engineering projects (incl. leading roles) within the DT group, Manuel coordinates Software-Defined Networking standards & collaborative community activities. He has been involved into the SDN movement since the early days, has driven and... Read More →
AS

Adnan Saleem

CTO - Software and Cloud Solutions, Radisys
Radisys
avatar for Tom Tofigh

Tom Tofigh

PMTS, AT&T
Tom is currently a Principal Member of Technical Staff in the AT&T’s Domain 2.0 architecture and planning Labs at AT&T. Tom has been responsible for planning and implementation of large-scale telecommunications equipment He has extensive experience that spans across many disciplines... Read More →



Wednesday November 8, 2017 2:00pm - 3:00pm
T2 (Training Room #2)

2:00pm

Model Driven Solutions
 
  • Controller model and essential behaviour (15 mins)
  • Model driven API (15 mins) 
  • Corresponding ONOS-CORD work (15 mins)
  • Identify potential areas for harmonization/collaboration (15 mins)

Speakers
avatar for Karthik Sethuraman

Karthik Sethuraman

Sr. Software/SDN Architect, NEC
Karthik Sethuraman is a Senior Software/SDN Architect for Optical-IP Development at NEC. He has extensive experience in architecting, designing and hands-on coding of control and management software systems for TDM, WDM and Packet transport networks. He has been active in Transport... Read More →



Wednesday November 8, 2017 2:00pm - 3:00pm
Room 102

2:00pm

Virtual Infrastructure: VMs and Containers
This talk describes how VMs and Containers are currently leveraged in CORD, both to implement CORD’s management plane and to host services. We will walk through the current architecture of CORD/XOS platform and discuss its various components. We will then segue into the container based roadmap for the near term as well as mid to long term and provide demos of the current work going towards container orchestration. It includes a Demo of kubernetes (running inside CORD platform), a popular orchestration system for containers and usage of containers on top of them and communications between the containers.

Speakers
avatar for Andy Bavier

Andy Bavier

Member of Technical Staff, Open Networking Foundation
avatar for Gopinath Taget

Gopinath Taget

Senior Architect, CORD Platform, Open Networking Foundation
I work with Container and Orchestration technologies on the CORD platform. We can talk about containers and orchestrators like kubernetes, docker swarm, mesosphere, and general CORD platform issues.



Wednesday November 8, 2017 2:00pm - 3:00pm
Event Hall

2:00pm

Behavior Driven Approach for realizing a Zero-Touch CORD

CORD's vision is to bring datacenter economics and agility to the Telco Central Office, that cloud providers like Amazon and Google enjoy today. CORD provides a complete POD architecture to host the telco workloads, it is scalable, it is agile. Aricent brings new ideas on service provisioning and service activation based on innovative workload behavior driven approach for zero touch provisioning and operation.  In other words, CORD needs a single-pane-window for rapid service introduction on top of XaaS Operating System (XOS), the model-based control plane of CORD.

Behavior Driven Development (BDD) approach provides natural language interface for zero-touch service introduction into CORD. With BDD, application is specified by describing how its "Behavior" should appear to the end user. Behaviors are “executable-specifications” expressed in plain text human readable-language like English. BDD helps the business and technology teams to collaborate and define their shared understanding of the application behaviors in a domain-independent language, thus making it very easy for rapidly introducing new service in CORD without bothering about the nitty-gritties of the low-level CORD architecture.

BDD along with Artificial Intelligence techniques like NLP (Natural Language Processing) and ML (machine-learning) based predictive-analytics modelling, will play a key role in CORD and provide a master orchestration layer on top of R-CORD, M-CORD, E-CORD & A-CORD for creating a complete zero-touch ecosystem for introduction of new services with speed and agility through a single-pane window.


Speakers
avatar for Subhankar Pal

Subhankar Pal

Director Technology, Aricent
Subhankar Pal is Director Technology in Aricent, a global design and engineering company, and has 17 years of professional experience in IT & Telecommunication industry. In Aricent he is part of technology office. His responsibilities include technology consulting, solution creation... Read More →


Wednesday November 8, 2017 2:00pm - 3:00pm
Room 101

2:30pm

World's First Whitebox OLT from Edgecore
This presentation will discuss the process of developing an open and disaggregated OLT starting from the open hardware design and leading to the open software design and its functionality

Speakers
avatar for Jeff Catlin

Jeff Catlin

Vice President Technology, Edgecore Networks



Wednesday November 8, 2017 2:30pm - 3:00pm
T1 (Training Room #1)

3:00pm

Edgecore VOLTHA Adapter and BAL

This session will first present an overview of the VOLTHA OLT adapter for the Edge-core white box OLT as a base for our discussion. The topics to follow will include:

•             A dive into the software architecture including Broadcom’s Broadband Adaptation Layer (BAL) software that controls both the PON MAC and Ethernet switch silicon in the OLT and the ASFvOLT16 adapter that runs in VOLTHA.

•             We will also discuss the challenges of interfacing an open source OLT adapter to the proprietary Broadband Adaptation Layer (BAL) from Broadcom.


Speakers
avatar for Kim Kempf

Kim Kempf

Sr. System Architect, Radisys
Kim is a system software professional with over 30 years of developing software including operating systems, programming languages and network protocol stacks.  In his current role at Radisys as a technical lead for the Edgecore ASFvOLT16 VOLTHA adapter development program and a... Read More →



Wednesday November 8, 2017 3:00pm - 3:30pm
T1 (Training Room #1)

3:00pm

xRAN and C-RAN Integration in M-CORD
Speakers
avatar for Dimitris Mavrommatis

Dimitris Mavrommatis

Research Scholar, Open Networking Foundation
I work on ONOS. Things I have been working on: Artemis, ISSU, xRAN


xranTalk pptx

Wednesday November 8, 2017 3:00pm - 4:00pm
T2 (Training Room #2)

3:00pm

Towards Dynamic Interfaces and APIs
  
  • TAPI positioning (15 mins)
  • Core work on Intent via operations patterns (15 mins)
  • Corresponding ONOS-CORD work (20 mins)
  • Identify potential areas for harmonization/collaboration (10 mins)

Speakers
avatar for Karthik Sethuraman

Karthik Sethuraman

Sr. Software/SDN Architect, NEC
Karthik Sethuraman is a Senior Software/SDN Architect for Optical-IP Development at NEC. He has extensive experience in architecting, designing and hands-on coding of control and management software systems for TDM, WDM and Packet transport networks. He has been active in Transport... Read More →



Wednesday November 8, 2017 3:00pm - 4:00pm
Room 102

3:00pm

User Interfaces: GUI, TOSCA, REST
Before talking about UIs is important to understand who our users are. In CORD we must think to at least two different kind of “customers”: developers and operators. The talk will cover the process through which the UIs are auto-generated starting from the data-model, how can we extend them to provide custom functionalities and how can we use them to operate the system in production.

Slides for the talk are at: https://teone.github.io/controlling-cord/#/

Speakers
avatar for Matteo Scandolo

Matteo Scandolo

MTS - CORD TST, Open Networking Foundation
I'm Matteo Scandolo, a software developer from Italy. I built my experience working for a fast growing software agency in Milan building reliable and scalable microservice-based web applications. I joined ON.Lab in November 2015 and found interest in the CORD mission, which I adopted... Read More →


Wednesday November 8, 2017 3:00pm - 4:00pm
Event Hall

3:00pm

Hands On: Developing and On-Boarding Services in CORD (1st session)
This is one of three identical hands on sessions about CORD services.  Seating in this session is intentionally kept at a certain size so that the core team can provide assistance to all attendees.  This same session is being run three times during the event so that people will be able to attend if one of the other sessions is full.

Abstract: This is a hands-on tutorial that gives attendees a chance to develop and on-board a CORD service. Starting with an installed configuration (on a virtual POD), attendees will first explore the deployed dashboards and containers. They will next write a model and synchronizer for a simple VNF, and then walk through the steps required to instantiate the service on the POD. Time permitting, attendees will also make simple modifications to other services running on the POD, working through common development loops in the process.


Wednesday November 8, 2017 3:00pm - 4:00pm
Room 101

3:30pm

Integrating the Calix FPGA OLT into R-CORD
What’s the big deal with FPGA-based OLTs? This session will cover the progress and contributions made to integrate the Calix production OLT into the OpenCORD reference architecture.  Join the conversation as we explore the unique path Calix is taking within OpenCORD.

Speakers
avatar for Alan DiCicco

Alan DiCicco

Senior Director of Field Marketing at Calix



Wednesday November 8, 2017 3:30pm - 4:00pm
T1 (Training Room #1)

4:00pm

Break
Wednesday November 8, 2017 4:00pm - 4:15pm
The Cafeteria and Kiosks

4:15pm

Nokia’s contributions to R-CORD and VOLTHA
Randy will describe Nokia’s contributions to R-CORD, including contributions to ONOS and VOLTHA.

Speakers
RS

Randy Sharpe

DMTS, Nokia
Randy is DMTS in Nokia’s Fixed Networks CTO group working on diverse broadband access network topics including disaggregation of access nodes and network function virtualization, fixed wireless networks, and IPTV.  Randy started his 38 year career in telecommunications at Bell... Read More →



Wednesday November 8, 2017 4:15pm - 4:45pm
T1 (Training Room #1)

4:15pm

Network Slicing and Private LTE in M-CORD
Speakers
avatar for Oguz Sunay

Oguz Sunay

M-CORD Chief Architect, Open Networking Foundation
Oğuz Sunay is the Chief Architect for M-CORD at the Open Networking Foundation. Previously, Oğuz was the Chief Technology Officer at Argela-USA where he led the research and development for a programmable RAN architecture that enables dynamically programmable RAN slicing. Oğuz... Read More →



Wednesday November 8, 2017 4:15pm - 5:00pm
T2 (Training Room #2)

4:15pm

PoCs and Next Steps
  • Discuss potential next steps:
    • OIMT and OTCC (inc. TAPI) members joining an existing ONOS/CORD brigade
    • Forming a new brigade with impact across ONOS/CORD/OIMT/OTCC
    • ONOS/CORD members joining OIMT and/or OTCC projects
    • Targeting ONOS/CORD based PoCs that include significant elements of TAPI and/or the Core Model
  • Specific actions and activities

Speakers
avatar for Karthik Sethuraman

Karthik Sethuraman

Sr. Software/SDN Architect, NEC
Karthik Sethuraman is a Senior Software/SDN Architect for Optical-IP Development at NEC. He has extensive experience in architecting, designing and hands-on coding of control and management software systems for TDM, WDM and Packet transport networks. He has been active in Transport... Read More →



Wednesday November 8, 2017 4:15pm - 5:00pm
Room 102

4:15pm

QA and Testing
This talk describes the test automation framework for CORD, introduces to “cord-tester” automation framework and provides a walkthrough on the architecture, introduces to various components and tools involved in the framework.  Describes various test suites available, shows few examples on how to run the tests using various options available through the framework.  Talks about the goals and objectives of the framework.

Speakers
avatar for A R Karthick

A R Karthick

Developer, Ciena
Karthick is a senior software engineer working within Ciena's CTO office. Karthick focuses on the fast acquisition of domain knowledge and turning that into practical implementation artifacts. He has worked on many open source projects including CORD and ONOS.



Wednesday November 8, 2017 4:15pm - 5:00pm
Event Hall

4:15pm

Hands On: Developing and On-Boarding Services in CORD (1st session continued)
This is one of three identical hands on sessions about CORD services.  Seating in this session is intentionally kept at a certain size so that the core team can provide assistance to all attendees.  This same session is being run three times during the event so that people will be able to attend if one of the other sessions is full.

Abstract: This is a hands-on tutorial that gives attendees a chance to develop and on-board a CORD service. Starting with an installed configuration (on a virtual POD), attendees will first explore the deployed dashboards and containers. They will next write a model and synchronizer for a simple VNF, and then walk through the steps required to instantiate the service on the POD. Time permitting, attendees will also make simple modifications to other services running on the POD, working through common development loops in the process.


Wednesday November 8, 2017 4:15pm - 5:00pm
Room 101

4:45pm

VOLTHA 2.0 Roadmap
VOLTHA 2.0 Release proposal will be presented.

Speakers
avatar for Shawn Ying

Shawn Ying

Principal Member of Technical Staff, AT&T
Current product owner for VOLTHA Project in ONF.  In my 19 year career with AT&T, I have been working on the area of Broadband Access Network Technology, including  ·         defining requirement for xPON technology from CPEs, ONTs, and OLTs and their Element management... Read More →



Wednesday November 8, 2017 4:45pm - 5:00pm
T1 (Training Room #1)
 
Thursday, November 9
 

8:00am

Registration and Breakfast
Thursday November 9, 2017 8:00am - 9:00am
The QCT Lobby

9:00am

Brigade Showcase

Thursday November 9, 2017 9:00am - 10:00am
Event Hall

10:00am

A-CORD: Analytics for CORD
Speakers
avatar for Bora Eliacik

Bora Eliacik

Head of Engineering, Netsia
Bora Eliacik, Head of Engineering for Netsia, is an ICT professional with more than 20 years experience in the telecommunications industry. Throughout his career, Bora Eliacik has participated in large-scale software integration and development projects as a project manager, product... Read More →



Thursday November 9, 2017 10:00am - 10:45am
Event Hall

10:00am

E-CORD Platform and Roadmap
The session will outline the main features of the Enterprise CORD solution: key components, global and local architecture, services, capabilities, results, ECORD 1.0    release and the roadmap for the future

Speakers
avatar for Andrea Campanella

Andrea Campanella

Member of Technical Staff, Open Networking Foundation
Andrea Campanella, 25 from Milan, Italy, is employed as a Member of Technical staff (MTS) at Open Networking Laboratory. Andrea obtained the Master’s degree in computer science at the Public University of Milan in December 2016 after a Bachelor degree in Digital communication in... Read More →
avatar for Marc De Leenheer

Marc De Leenheer

MTS, ONF
Marc De Leenheer is a Member of Technical Staff at the Open Networking Foundation, an operator-led consortium that is transforming networks into agile platforms for service delivery. Marc leads the teams for packet/optical convergence and Enterprise CORD; the resulting software platforms... Read More →



Thursday November 9, 2017 10:00am - 10:45am
T1 (Training Room #1)

10:00am

M-CORD's Next Generation Infrastructure Core (NGIC)
Speakers
avatar for Christian Maciocco

Christian Maciocco

Principal Engineer, Intel
Christian is a Principal Engineer and Director of Telecom Systems Research in Intel Labs working on platform and communications research in Software Defined Network (SDN) and Network Function Virtualization (NFV). Christian is Intel’s alternate board member to CORD/ONOS and is also... Read More →



Thursday November 9, 2017 10:00am - 10:45am
T2 (Training Room #2)

10:00am

Trellis Introduction
This talk will introduce ONF's Trellis, an open-source multi-purpose leaf-spine switching fabric for data-center networking, built using bare-metal (whitebox) switches with support for multiple merchant-silicon ASICs. We will discuss the use of Trellis in CORD, as well as it's use independent of CORD.

Speakers
avatar for Saurav Das

Saurav Das

Director of Engineering, Open Networking Foundation (ONF)
Over 15 years in networking & communications, Saurav has worked on systems as diverse as network virtualization at Big Switch Networks, datacenter switches at Arista, and WDM optics at Enablence. He currently serves as Director of Engineering at the Open Networking Foundation, where... Read More →



Thursday November 9, 2017 10:00am - 10:45am
Room 102

10:00am

Hands On: Developing and On-Boarding Services in CORD (2nd session)
This is one of three identical hands on sessions about CORD services.  Seating in this session is intentionally kept at a certain size so that the core team can provide assistance to all attendees.  This same session is being run three times during the event so that people will be able to attend if one of the other sessions is full.

Abstract: This is a hands-on tutorial that gives attendees a chance to develop and on-board a CORD service. Starting with an installed configuration (on a virtual POD), attendees will first explore the deployed dashboards and containers. They will next write a model and synchronizer for a simple VNF, and then walk through the steps required to instantiate the service on the POD. Time permitting, attendees will also make simple modifications to other services running on the POD, working through common development loops in the process.


Thursday November 9, 2017 10:00am - 10:45am
Room 101

10:45am

Break
Thursday November 9, 2017 10:45am - 11:15am
The Cafeteria and Kiosks

11:15am

Production OpenFlow Switches Now Available - Building CORD using OF-DPA Based Switches
In this talk, Broadcom will cover the evolution of OF-DPA from its inception to the present day. We illustrate how OF-DPA makes it possible to map OpenFlow Logical Switches to configurable switching pipelines that are available in production quantities today.  We also discuss the role of TTPs and other features of OpenFlow (like open specifications and extensibility) that acted as the catalyst for this transformation in networking.  

Speakers
AR

Ashok Raman

Broadcom
Principal PLM at Broadcom
JT

Joseph Tardo

Architect at Broadcom



Thursday November 9, 2017 11:15am - 11:40am
Room 102

11:15am

Community Lab with VPN Access for CORD members
Flex seeks to provide community labs as part of Lab-as-a-Service offerings where members can collaborate for cord trials on OCP and custom reference platforms using high speed VPN connections to lab infrastructure. Although CORD deployment process is very well documented but there are inherent issues with the deployment process itself behind corporate firewall, low speed internet connection and other restrictions around repositories access in certain regions which makes it very difficult for members to deploy and test CORD solutions. Lab facilities with open VPN access and high speed dedicated external connections to physical pods will help in wide spread adoption of CORD and accelerate community based innovation. In this talk, we will be going over how Flex working closely with On.Lab developed community lab with remote connection as part of its Lab-as -a-Service offering which is currently being used as QA POD for cord platform deployment. We are also looking to offer more physical PODs under community lab category as we believe this is valuable resource for CORD project groups since such labs provide an open collaboration environment for CORD members to focus on an impact results defined in the CORD roadmap. The CORD community lab @Flex is available for project groups to test new proof of concept and technologies solutions that are designed to address specific community driven use cases with CORD. Flex community lab outlines: 1. Provides multiple isolated PODs with secured routable 1G network access 2. Open network with VPN connection to lab infrastructure for community members

Speakers
avatar for Siddharth Gogar

Siddharth Gogar

SDN Developer, Flex
• Working on deployments of Telco projects including CORD, OPNFV, ONAP and private cloud deployments of RedHat OSP, Fuel and Nephoscale. Integrate VNF onboarding solutions and industry standard benchmarks used for telco workloads such as yardstick and spirent tools with private... Read More →
avatar for Dharmesh Jani

Dharmesh Jani

VP Cloud Strategy, Flex
Leads execution of technology vision and partnerships to drive strategic customer engagements”



Thursday November 9, 2017 11:15am - 12:00pm
Event Hall

11:15am

Demo: Installation, Deployment, Service Provisioning & Activation
This Session will go over the ECORD developer environment, the ONF infrastructure for Testing, the E-CORD profiles, the configuration steps to properly setup the end to end E-CORD solution. It will also discuss the newly issued record guide and show the test-cord subscriber. The outcome will be a better understanding of the E-CORD solution and it’s capabilities.

Speakers
avatar for Andrea Campanella

Andrea Campanella

Member of Technical Staff, Open Networking Foundation
Andrea Campanella, 25 from Milan, Italy, is employed as a Member of Technical staff (MTS) at Open Networking Laboratory. Andrea obtained the Master’s degree in computer science at the Public University of Milan in December 2016 after a Bachelor degree in Digital communication in... Read More →
avatar for Marc De Leenheer

Marc De Leenheer

MTS, ONF
Marc De Leenheer is a Member of Technical Staff at the Open Networking Foundation, an operator-led consortium that is transforming networks into agile platforms for service delivery. Marc leads the teams for packet/optical convergence and Enterprise CORD; the resulting software platforms... Read More →



Thursday November 9, 2017 11:15am - 12:00pm
T1 (Training Room #1)

11:15am

Open Source EPC Hands On Tutorial

To be able to follow along with the demo, please do the following ahead of time in case the Wifi is slow:

Prerequisites:

•        Install Docker (1.13 or higher) and Docker Compose

•        Docker images for NGIC control and data plane

•       docker pull ngiccorddemo/ngic-cp

•       docker pull ngiccorddemo/ngic-dp

•       docker pull ngiccorddemo/ngic-traffic

•        Demo folder

•       git clone https://github.com/ngiccorddemo/cordbuild2017.git


Speakers
avatar for Jacob Cooper

Jacob Cooper

Intel
Jacob Cooper is a Software Engineer for Intel where he has been for the past two years. Jacob was one of the original authors of M-CORD NGIC project the main contributor to the Control Plane component. Prior to joining Intel, Jacob earned his Master’s Degree in Computer Science... Read More →
avatar for Karla Saur

Karla Saur

Research Scientist, Intel Labs
Karla Saur is a Research Scientist working in Intel Labs for the past 2 years, working on scalability in the EPC. Before coming to Intel, Karla finished her PhD in computer science at the University of Maryland. She is broadly interested in scalability and availability in distributed... Read More →



Thursday November 9, 2017 11:15am - 12:00pm
T2 (Training Room #2)

11:15am

Hands On: Developing and On-Boarding Services in CORD (2nd session continued)
This is one of three identical hands on sessions about CORD services.  Seating in this session is intentionally kept at a certain size so that the core team can provide assistance to all attendees.  This same session is being run three times during the event so that people will be able to attend if one of the other sessions is full.

Abstract: This is a hands-on tutorial that gives attendees a chance to develop and on-board a CORD service. Starting with an installed configuration (on a virtual POD), attendees will first explore the deployed dashboards and containers. They will next write a model and synchronizer for a simple VNF, and then walk through the steps required to instantiate the service on the POD. Time permitting, attendees will also make simple modifications to other services running on the POD, working through common development loops in the process.


Thursday November 9, 2017 11:15am - 12:00pm
Room 101

11:40am

Trellis Bare Metal Switches by Edgecore
This presentation will give on overview on the various switches offered by Edgecore Networks for Trellis. The presentation will cover current hardware offerings as well as the software components included to support Trellis.

Speakers
avatar for Phil Huang

Phil Huang

Open Networking Solution Engineer, Edgecore Networks
Phil Huang is Solution Engineer at Edgecore Networks. He is responsible for integration of commercial and open source technology into Edgecore product portfolio.Moreover, he is member of Open Networking Foundation Ambassador Steering Team, and activate at APAC, EMEA and Austria r... Read More →



Thursday November 9, 2017 11:40am - 12:00pm
Room 102

12:00pm

Lunch and Tech Fair
Thursday November 9, 2017 12:00pm - 2:00pm
The Cafeteria and Kiosks

2:00pm

Trellis Usage and Contributions from Ciena
A Walk through Ciena’s experience with Trellis

Speakers
avatar for David Bainbridge

David Bainbridge

Senior Software Architect, Ciena
David Bainbridge is a senior software architect focusing on open source within Ciena's CTO office. David has been a member of the TSC/TST and committer on ODL, ONOS, and CORD projects. David's current focus in open source is split between SDN and machine learning (as it can be applied... Read More →



Thursday November 9, 2017 2:00pm - 2:20pm
Event Hall

2:00pm

Integrate OAI-as-a-Service into M-CORD
According to the situation that current open source implementations of M-CORD are not complete, we decided to research a workable and open-source solution. We choose OpenAirInterface, which is an open source Rel 8/Rel-10 3GPP compliant reference implementation of BBU, UE, RRH and EPC that runs on general purpose computing platform (Intel/ARM), to act as an LTE service (EPC and eNB part). We want to execute OpenAirInterface under CORD platform, so we integrate OAI service into XOS. After that, users can access the web UI to create and run OpenAirInterface inside OpenStack. Finally, we can demo mobile devices access the internet via M-CORD OAI services. At the current time, we can let users initiate OAI services from XOS web UI, use mobile devices to connect to our remote radio unit which communicates to OAI EPC in M-CORD and browse the internet after mobile devices are authenticated. We have completed the OAI-as-a-Service in CORD 2.0, and now trying to migrate to CORD 4.0. We are going to transform and optimize the current R-CORD 4.0 into OAI M-CORD 4.0. Hope it can be a good practice of M-CORD use case.

Speakers
avatar for Wei-Yu Chen

Wei-Yu Chen

Student, NCTU
WW

Wilson Wang

Industrial Technology Research Institute & National Chiao Tung University
Wilson Wang received the M.Sc. degree in computer science from the NCTU, Taiwan, in 2016. Since then, he has been with Industrial Technology Research Institute, Taiwan. His current research interests include software-defined networking, network function virtualization, and mobile... Read More →



Thursday November 9, 2017 2:00pm - 2:30pm
Room 102

2:00pm

Service Provider Experiences with E-CORD: China Mobile
China Mobile will share their experience and expectations on the E-CORD platform and its service portfolio

Speakers
RW

Ruixue Wang

China Mobile



Thursday November 9, 2017 2:00pm - 2:30pm
T1 (Training Room #1)

2:00pm

M-CORD Connectivity: Deep Technical Dive
Speakers
avatar for Woojoong Kim

Woojoong Kim

Research Scholar, Open Networking Foundation
I am a research scholar in ONF as well as Ph.D candidate in POSTECH, South Korea.



Thursday November 9, 2017 2:00pm - 3:00pm
T2 (Training Room #2)

2:00pm

Hands On: Developing and On-Boarding Services in CORD (3rd session)
This is one of three identical hands on sessions about CORD services.  Seating in this session is intentionally kept at a certain size so that the core team can provide assistance to all attendees.  This same session is being run three times during the event so that people will be able to attend if one of the other sessions is full.

Abstract: This is a hands-on tutorial that gives attendees a chance to develop and on-board a CORD service. Starting with an installed configuration (on a virtual POD), attendees will first explore the deployed dashboards and containers. They will next write a model and synchronizer for a simple VNF, and then walk through the steps required to instantiate the service on the POD. Time permitting, attendees will also make simple modifications to other services running on the POD, working through common development loops in the process.


Thursday November 9, 2017 2:00pm - 4:00pm
Room 101

2:20pm

Trellis Fabric on XPliant Architecture (XPA)
XPliant’s Packet Architecture (XPA) is a programmable switch architecture deployed at several cloud scale data center fabrics. In this talk we will describe how XPliant’s OpenFlow profile(s) leverages this cloud scale packet architecture to enable Trellis fabric and CORD use cases. We will discuss specific components of Trellis and CORD integration, general availability of the solution in the CORD/Trellis ecosystem, and demonstrate key aspects of the XPliant fabric that uniquely brings value to CORD ecosystem. 

Speakers
ZS

Zubin Shah

Group Manager, Software Engineering, Cavium Inc.
Zubin Shah is a Group Manager - Software Engineering at Cavium. Zubin has over 11 years of experience in enterprise and data center switching products. Zubin is responsible for various software ecosystem initiatives, their integration and software development on XPliant platforms... Read More →


Thursday November 9, 2017 2:20pm - 2:40pm
Event Hall

2:30pm

The New Transport network Architecture for CORD interconnection
In the era of 5G, CORD in the edge of metro network will aggregate a variety of different services which require the huge and on demond of bandwidth,different SLA guarentee,Differentiated services provisioning. The interconnection network between CORDs should support network slicing, bandwidth on demand, and AI based controll. Here we want to present a new architecture-Slicing Packet Network, which can provide the end-to-end phisical layer isolation and packet switch. It can provide DWDM based optical layer(L0), 64b/66b block based coross connect(L1) , Ethernet switching(L2)+Segment Routing(L3). It is Disaggregated Transport Network.With SDN controller such as ONOS, It can replace the triditional OTN/ROADM and the routers in metro network in the future. China Mobile and their partners have verified it in Lab.

Speakers
QF

Qiao Fu

Project Manager, China Mobile
Qiao Fu is a project manager at China Mobile Research Institute. She obtained Her Masters degree from Dept. Electronic and Engineering at Tsinghua University in 2013. She joins the China Mobile after graduation and is working on the research of network technology. Qiao Fu is responsible... Read More →



Thursday November 9, 2017 2:30pm - 3:00pm
Room 102

2:30pm

Service Provider Experiences with E-CORD: TIM

TIM FutureNet project  aims to implement a multi-access and multi-service network demonstrator based on the CORD approach.

In the talk we describe the general architecture of the network demonstrator with particular attention to the implementation of the transport network and the Carrier Ethernet services and share the main lessons learned during the ongoing setup of the demontrator.


Speakers


Thursday November 9, 2017 2:30pm - 3:00pm
T1 (Training Room #1)

2:40pm

Programmable data planes, P4, and Trellis
Programmable data planes are a reality. Today one can use software to define the forwarding behavior of programmable switching silicon that offers the same (or more) throughput than fixed-function chips. In this talk we will give an overview of programmable data planes, P4 (a domain specific language to program such planes), P4 Runtime (the API to control them), and how today ONOS supports P4 and P4 Runtime. Finally, we will discuss the plans and possibilities of a P4-based CORD fabric.

Speakers
avatar for Carmelo Cascone

Carmelo Cascone

MTS, Open Networking Laboratory
ONF



Thursday November 9, 2017 2:40pm - 3:00pm
Event Hall

3:00pm

Cavium-Xpliant & CORD Programmable SDN Fabric
CORD is a disruptive technology aiming to redesign Telco Central Offices, bringing new standards of efficiency and agility.Ground-breaking NFV solutions have been developed in OpenCORD, shaking up the Service Providers networking model, as more and more functions, traditionally done in specialized hardware, are virtualized in CORD.But what about the physical networking infrastructure – the switches? Are they only good to provide connectivity? Rich in capabilities, switches can offer more services for CORD. Comprehensive telemetry, sophisticated QoS, NFV offload are just a few examples of what XPliant flexible hardware can do, while processing the traffic @ Tb throughput.Cavium has ported its' XPliant Family of programmable switches to ONOS Controller, empowering CORD to tailor the physical underlay Fabric characteristics to each of the Mobile/Residential/Enterprise use-cases specifics.With Cavium-Xpliant Programmable switches, the Fabric behavior and scale does not have to be one-size-fit-all; application-definable Fabric is not a fantasy.I believe that the next step in CORD evolution should be capitalizing on the benefits of both the flexible physical network and the virtualized NFVs.The result, a truly Software-Defined Network, programmatically adjustable to deployments needs, will be a big step forward to deliver on CORD's vision of offering an economics-efficient and agile solution.

Speakers
avatar for Albert Fishman

Albert Fishman

Switching Software and Solutions Product Marketing Manager, Cavium
Albert (Alik) Fishman is the Switching Software and Solutions Product Marketing Manager at Cavium. | A problem solver and innovative solutions promoter at heart, Albert has over 15 years of extensive experience in the semiconductor industry with deep expertise in systems architecture... Read More →



Thursday November 9, 2017 3:00pm - 3:30pm
Room 102

3:00pm

Service Provider Experiences with E-CORD: NTT Communications & OOL
NTT Communications aims to realize VxF platform across multiple sites with E-CORD and is leading E-CORD integration and test project together with Okinawa Open Laboratory (OOL) in Japan. In this talk, we will show our expectation for E-CORD and current activities of the test project in OOL.



Thursday November 9, 2017 3:00pm - 3:30pm
T1 (Training Room #1)

3:00pm

3:00pm

Trellis Tutorial
In this session, we are going to introduce several basic features that Trellis supports, including bridging, routing, VLAN, L3 DHCP relay and vRouter.Taking a two-by-two leaf-spine topology as an example, we will explain each feature in detail and walk through all configurations that are required to enable each feature.

Speakers
avatar for Charles Chan

Charles Chan

Member of Technical Staff, Open Networking Foundation
Charles started his career at Open Networking Foundation since 2015. He is the lead developer of Trellis project, an open-source, SDN-enabled, multi-purpose leaf-spine networking fabric built on white-box switches. Charles is also involved in various ONF projects such as ONOS, UPAN... Read More →



Thursday November 9, 2017 3:00pm - 4:00pm
Event Hall

3:30pm

SD-Collectors for advanced CORD analytics
SD-Collectors are the basis for deep observability & real time analytics. This talk provides how SD-Collector models can enhance CORD platform to enable applications & networks required by 5G

Speakers
avatar for Bora Eliacik

Bora Eliacik

Head of Engineering, Netsia
Bora Eliacik, Head of Engineering for Netsia, is an ICT professional with more than 20 years experience in the telecommunications industry. Throughout his career, Bora Eliacik has participated in large-scale software integration and development projects as a project manager, product... Read More →
avatar for Tom Tofigh

Tom Tofigh

PMTS, AT&T
Tom is currently a Principal Member of Technical Staff in the AT&T’s Domain 2.0 architecture and planning Labs at AT&T. Tom has been responsible for planning and implementation of large-scale telecommunications equipment He has extensive experience that spans across many disciplines... Read More →



Thursday November 9, 2017 3:30pm - 4:00pm
Room 102

3:30pm

Vendor Perspectives with E-CORD: Microsemi
Speakers
SC

Sean Condon

System & Software Architect, Microsemi Inc
Timing & Synchronization | M-CORD, E-CORD, A-CORD, ONOS | L2 Monitoring



Thursday November 9, 2017 3:30pm - 4:00pm
T1 (Training Room #1)

4:00pm

Break
Thursday November 9, 2017 4:00pm - 4:15pm
The Cafeteria and Kiosks

4:15pm

Closing Keynote
Speakers
avatar for Bill Snow

Bill Snow

Chief Development Officer, Open Networking Foundation



Thursday November 9, 2017 4:15pm - 5:00pm
Event Hall