July 23, 2015
19:15 - 21:15
Location: Congress Hall II and Congress Hall Foyer
Join us for Bits-n-Bites at IETF 93!
Demo # 1:
A10 will be demonstrating MAP-E border router capability that will enable service providers to offer IPv4aaS.
A10 will demonstrating its virtual services gateway solution that will
enable service providers to reduce cost and complexity when deploying
fixed broadband and public WiFi services.
The live demo will show a real-time analysis of HTTP
traffic using the Software Defined Monitoring concept and PCIe hardware
acceleration card with 100G Ethernet CFP2 interface and wire-speed
packet capture functionality. The influence of SDM concept on CPU load
and packet rate is shown on graphs together with the results of HTTP
Have you heard of Project Turris, under which we
distribute thousands of special routers to home users here in the Czech
Republic, the host country of IETF 93 meeting? Do you want to look under
its hood and learn more about our plans for this amazing project? Visit
us at our Bits-N-Bites stand (labeled as "Turris Lite"), or follow one
of our hostesses in the pale blue dresses...
If you are also interested in the other CZ.NIC
projects, you can also meet the guys who develop BIRD or Knot DNS at the
LIME-based OAM demo is used to demonstrate how
Generic YANG OAM Model can be used to perform end to end troubleshooting
and provide consistent configuration, representation and reporting at
different layers or different segments of the network.
SDCN（Software-Defined Clock Network Solution)
automatically computes, plans and provisions the clock paths based on
the overall physical network topology, thus can eliminate the risks
associated with manual planning. The solution also provides performance
monitoring, fast assessment, intelligent optimization and rapid
trouble-shooting when deployed.
IETF Hackathon Sponsored By:
The Hackathon table at Bits-N-Bites in Prague will
showcase the various projects that the IETF 93 Hackathon focused on.
Come on by to learn about the work the Hackathon is doing within the
IETF and with many technologies including BIER, DANE / DNS Privacy /
DNSSEC, DHCPv6, HTTP/2.0, NETCONF/YANG, I2RS, OpenDaylight, NETVC and
Daala and many more! For more information regarding the IETF Hackathon
in Prague, please visit http://ietf.org/hackathon/93-hackathon.html
The Nephelion Project will be demonstrating a
next-generation network analysis tool and a prototype for the e-MIM, an
Ethernet tap device that will be crowdfunded after the IETF meeting. An
interface between e-MIM and Wireshark will also be showcased.
Network Functions Virtualization (NFV) is enabling
service providers to transform their networks with increased flexibility
and agility while lowering costs. OPNFV is a carrier-grade, integrated,
open source platform to accelerate the introduction of new NFV products
and services. Come meet with the OPNFV Director and Technical Steering
Committee Chairman to discuss how open source software development is
making NFV a reality today.
Data Centre TCP (DCTCP) was designed to provide
predictably low queuing latency, near-zero loss, and throughput
scalability in Data Centres, but used on the Internet it will starve
Classic TCPs. We will demonstrate an adaptive interactive application
with our DualQ Coupled AQM to support Data Centre TCP (DCTCP)
coexistence with Classic TCPs (Reno/Cubic) from the Data Centre to the
Home. Throughput equality is achieved without configuration or
inspecting flow identity, while preserving Low Latency for the DCTCP