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Friday, May 31 • 12:00pm - 12:50pm
OpenStack/Quantum SDN-based network virtualization with Ryu - Kei Ohmura, NTT

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Ryu is an open-sourced network operating system licensed under Apache License v2. The project URL is http://osrg.github.com/ryu/ . Ryu aims to provide logically centralized control and well defined API that makes it easy for cloud operators to implement network management applications on top of the Ryu. Currently, Ryu supports OpenFlow protocol to control the network devices. Ryu plugin for OpenStack was merged into Quantum. You can create tens of thousands of isolated virtual networks without using VLAN. The project goal is to develop an OSS network operating system that has high quality enough for use in large production environment in code qualify/functionality/usability. This talk is intended for cloud operators and developers. Audience
members will learn Ryu desgin and how to manage network with Ryu. We expect that the audience is familiar with network.


Kei Ohmura

Researcher, NTT
Kei Ohmura is a researcher working for NTT Labs. His group has been developing open source software such as NILFS (log structured file system), Kemari (virtual machine synchronization mechanism for fault tolerance) and Sheepdog (distributed storage system for QEMU). His current interest are cloud computing and virtualization technologies. He has been working for Ryu and Kemari project. He has an experience with talking at the KVM forum 2011... Read More →

Friday May 31, 2013 12:00pm - 12:50pm

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