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Overview - Technische Universität Berlin/AV
Competence Center NGNI
Fraunhofer FOKUS
Overview
Überblick
Prof. Dr.-Ing. habil Thomas Magedanz
Technische Universität Berlin
Fakultät IV – Elektrotechnik und Informatik
Institut für Telekommunikationssysteme
Fachgebiet Architekturen der Vermittlungsknoten
Sekretariat FR5-14, Franklinstr. 28-29, D-10587 Berlin, Germany
Internet: www.av.tu-berlin.de
Email:
[email protected]
Competence Center NGNI
Fraunhofer FOKUS
AV Education and Research Focus
Evolution toward NGN, Future Mobile Networks and Future Internet
• Convergence of Telekommunications, Internet, Entertainment and IT
is fueling the innovation in Service Delivery Platforms and underlying
networking infrastructures
• IP-based Next Generation Networks (NGNs) and Next Generation
Mobile Networks are forming the technical foundation for new
communication and media services within the next 5 years
• Future Internet (FI) is regarded as technical foundation for these
services in 5-10 years from now
• AV provides education and applied research in the above domains,
looking at key technologies, architectures, protocols, and standards for
prototyping multimedia applications above NGNs, Future Mobile
Networks and the emerging FI.
• A key target is excellence and sustainability of research
• Education of young talents prepared for challenges in a world of
convergence
Competence Center NGNI
Fraunhofer FOKUS
From Telecommunications toward the Future Internet/Smart Cities
Main Idea: A Core Platform provides reusable capabilities ( Enablers)
for multiple applications hiding the details of underlying technologies
Converged Telecommunication Services
(FMC, Triple Play, IPTV, Telco 2.0)
Cloud / Future Internet Applications
(eGov, eHealth, eUtilities, eLogistics)
Telecommunications
Service Delivery Platform
Future Internet
Core Platform
Fixed and/or Mobile
Transmission Network(s)
Mobile or Fixed
IP Network(s)
Telecommunications Domain
Future Internet Domain
Competence Center NGNI
Fraunhofer FOKUS
OTT vs. Telco Networks & Platforms – APIs/IMS/EPC/MTC as last resort??
Over the Top Multimedia Services Evolution
CS
VoIP
IN
NGN
IP
IM
Over the Top
Apps
SDP
NGN
Future
Internet
Communities
RCS
IMS
All
IP
I. of Services
VoLTE
Classic Telco Voice Evolution
2006
Cloud
Services
EPC
2010
I. of Things
Net. of the
Future
MTC
???
All IP Networks will pave the road for Over the Top (OTT) Application
Evolved telecom platforms may provide revenue potentials via Service
Gateways (APIs) on top VoIP/RCS (IMS), Maschine Type Communication
(MTC) and Smart Bit pipe approaches (EPC)
Competence Center NGNI
Fraunhofer FOKUS
Evolution of Telecommunication Platforms toward Future Internet
IT Impact on Telecoms
Cloud Applications:
Telecom APIs
Intelligent
Open APIs
Parlay X, GSM One,
Network (IN)
OSA/Parlay/JAIN
OMA NGSI, etc
Smart Cities, eGov, eHealth,
eTransport, eUtilities
APIs (Enablers)
Open Service APIs (Enablers)
Service Delivery Platform
(SOA based)
IN Services
based on SIBs
Network Abstraction
IN Overlay
Architecture
Network Abstraction
Evolved Packet
MTC
System (IMS)
IP
GSM
IMS
IP Multimedia
Circuit Switched
Networks
PSTN
Future Internet
Core Platform
IP Networks
(NGN)
DSL
UMTS
Core (EPC)
Mobile Broadband
IP Networks
Cable
LTE
WLAN
People & Things
WLAN
WiMAX
Competence Center NGNI
Fraunhofer FOKUS
Related FOKUS Testbed Evolution
IT Impact on Telecoms
FI Applications
Telecom APIs
Intelligent
Open APIs
Parlay X, GSM One,
Network (IN)
OSA/Parlay/JAIN
OMA NGSI, etc
Smart Cities, eGov, eHealth,
eTransport, eUtilities
APIs (Enablers)
Open Service APIs (Enablers)
Service Delivery Platform
(SOA based)
IN Services
based on SIBs
Network Abstraction
IN Overlay
Architecture
System (IMS)
Circuit Switched
Networks
IP
GSM
Network Abstraction
Evolved Packet
IP Multimedia
Iptel.org
PSTN
Future Internet
Core Platform
IP Networks
(NGN)
DSL
UMTS
Core (EPC)
Mobile Broadband
IP Networks
Cable
LTE
WLAN
People & Things
WLAN
WiMAX
Competence Center NGNI
Fraunhofer FOKUS
Related FOKUS Testbeds and Toolkits for Research and Development
www.opensoaplayground.org
www.openEPC.net
www.open-ims.org
www.fuseco-playground.org
www.ngn2fi.org
Competence Center NGNI
Fraunhofer FOKUS
NGNI provides Testbeds to Academia and Industry
Remote Testbeds
1
Free Download
Platform
Examples:
Uni Cape Town, TU Vienna, WIT Ireland
NGN Open
NGN Open
Testbeds
NGN Open
Testbeds
Testbeds
Cooperation
Operators
& Vendors
Industry
Industry
Testbeds
Industry
Testbeds
Testbeds
Examples: USA, South Africa,
Korea, Indonesia, Malaysia, Japan,
…
FOKUS SOA
+
Components
Partner NGN
Components
2
IMS Testbed
IMS Testbed
IMS Testbed
IMS Testbed
Examples: O2, T-Com, Arcor, NSN, Ericsson
Competence Center NGNI
Fraunhofer FOKUS
Commercial FOKUS NGN/SOA Testbed Deployments around the world
Competence Center NGNI
Open Source IMS Core System (2006)
In November 2006 the FOKUS
Open Source IMS (OSIMS) Core
System - the core of the Open IMS
playground - has been officially
released to the general public via
the BerliOS Download site
www.openimscore.org
OSIMS allows industry and
academic institutions to setup own
testbeds (with or without FOKUS
support and components)
Since then OSIMS has been
downloaded many thousand times
from all over the world
See also www.open-ims.org
Fraunhofer FOKUS
Competence Center NGNI
If someone has an Open IMS Core There are several IMS Testbed Extensions
Integration of Broker and Enablers into SDP:
Service discovery, service lifecycle
management, Service Exposure / Export (via
standardized APIs), service import, service
composition
Integration of EPC/IMS-based or OpenMTCbased M2M applications:
–
Deployment of smart metering sensors, sensor
gateways, continuously reporting sensor
information to IMS clients
– Remote IMS-client-based as well as
autonomous (M2M) control of smart metering
devices
Integration of 3GPP-based Open Evolved
Packet Core (OpenEPC):
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True QoS-enabled FMC through tight
interworking with IMS and SDP
Charging, mobility management (seamless
handover, always-best-connected), user-specific
QoS and access control
Fraunhofer FOKUS
Competence Center NGNI
Fraunhofer FOKUS
Join us at the 2nd FOKUS Future Seamless Communication Forum (FFF)
Berlin, Germany, November 17-18, 2011
Theme: “From FMC towards total Convergence: New Applications and Platforms
for Converging Mobile and Fixed Next Generation Networks and the emerging
Future Internet”
Visit our Website: www.fuseco-forum.org/2011 for Speaker and Sponsoring
options
FFF will feature vendor exhibitions, and operator only talks
– FFF is the successor of the famous FOKUS IMS Workshop series
– FFF 2010 attracted 150 experts from 21 nations
– See www.fuseco-forum.org/minutes for details and free download of
presentations
www.fuseco-playground.org
Competence Center NGNI
Fraunhofer FOKUS
NGN2FI Evolution is a Challenge
Information Technologies
(Service Oriented Architectures
Service
Architectures
PES
RCS
Fixed and Mobile
Telecommunications
FMC
3/4 Play
IPTV
Next
Generation
Network
eHealth
Smart Cities
Smart ***
OTT
SDP
IMS
MTC
EPC
Future
Internet
Evolution
eGovernment
Internet
Telecommunications
& Cloud Comuting)
Network Virtualization
Self Organising Networks
Revolution
Competence Center NGNI
Fraunhofer FOKUS
NGNI – Next Generation Network Infrastructures
Evolution from Next Generation Networks to the Future Internet
R&D on advanced network and service
control protocols and related
programming interfaces for multimedia
services, with special focus on:
– Reusability, efficiency, reliability,
security, manageability
R&D on End User Equipment and
Service Delivery Platform (SDP)
implementation options above
converging telecommunication and
Internet environments
R&D on fixed and mobile Next
Generation Networks (NGNs)
introduction and evolution
www.fokus.fraunhofer.de/go/ngni
Evolution form NGNs toward the Future
Internet
Provision of reliable network and
service platforms and related tools,
including integration with legacy
networks
Prototyping of converged multimedia
applications, e.g. FMC, 4Play & Telco
2.0 applications
Development of key 3GPP platforms,
such as Open IMS Core and Open
Evolved Packet Core
Strong cooperation with TUB Chair AV
Competence Center NGNI
Fraunhofer FOKUS
NGNI Research Domains
and Tools & Testbeds
Integrated Service Architecture (ISA)
• SOA-based Service
Delivery Platforms
• Open Network APIs
• Agile Service Brokerage
• Open Client Platforms
• Telco Service Prototyping
• Cross-domain resource federation
• IMS/P2P Integration
• NGN Services
• FI Crosslayer network,
• IP Multimedia System • Monitoring & Security
infrastructure and service
• Evolved Packet Core
• Internet of Things
monitoring & management
• IPv6 testbed
• Security and Network
composition
Monitoring
• Mobile Cloud Applications
• M2M Communication
• Smart City Applications
• Coginitive Networking
Reliable Network Infrastructures (RNI)
Emerging Infrastructures & Services (EIS)
www.fokus.fraunhofer.de/go/ngni
Competence Center NGNI
Fraunhofer FOKUS
Integrated Services Architecture Research
Enabling Telecommunications and Internet Service Convergence
R&D on SOA-based Service Platforms for:
– Convergent Networks.
– Convergent (Mobile) Service Domains.
Service Exposure and 3rd Party Principles & APIs in Telecommunications.
Service Orchestration and Agile Composition Principles with real-time constraints.
Policy-based System Governance.
Flexible Client Framework for (mobile) Communications Services.
Dynamic provision and manageability of network and service layer functions.
Provisioning of service-oriented testbed infrastructures to many network operators.
Partners:
www.fokus.fraunhofer.de/go/ngni
Competence Center NGNI
Fraunhofer FOKUS
Open Network APIs: Import and Export of „Services Enablers“
Web 2.0 World Players and Services
(Google Maps, YouTube, RSS Feeds, etc.)
• Re-use what is publicly available
• Create recognised user interfaces
Import
of
Web APIs
Export
of Telco
Enablers
• Resell available capabilities
• Enable value added services
Service Brokering
Telco Enablers provided by SDPs
(Calls, Messaging, QoS, Charging, Identity Mgt., Security)
IMS
MTC
EPC
Network Abstraction
Fixed
Network
Mobile
Network
NGN
Competence Center NGNI
Fraunhofer FOKUS
Exploring Services Composition - Open SOA Telco Playground
Enabling seamless Services across different Networks and Service
Domains
Broker
FUSECO
www.opensoaplayground.org
Competence Center NGNI
Service Enabler
Fraunhofer FOKUS
Competence Center NGNI
FOKUS Broker
Fraunhofer FOKUS
Competence Center NGNI
NGN Client – myMONSTER
Fraunhofer FOKUS
Competence Center NGNI
MONSTER – The client
The software stems from the FOKUS
technology playgrounds
– www.open-ims.org (since 2004)
– www.opensoaplayground.org (since 2008)
It provides prototype implementation of IMS
functionality in a way that it can support many
projects with different requirements
Based on Java (JRE6 on Desktop and CDC1.1
on Windows Mobile)
Simple deployment, no installation required –
can be started from an USB stick (including the
JVM)
Fraunhofer FOKUS
Competence Center NGNI
Fraunhofer FOKUS
Web-based widget communication application for iGoogle
Competence Center NGNI
Fraunhofer FOKUS
Reliable Network Infrastructures Research
Testbed Toolkits and True Seamless Communications
Key Research Topics
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R&D Agenda
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Core network infrastructure extensions for
Future Seamless Communication (FUSECO)
IP Traffic Monitoring and Analysis
Cognitive Radio and Self-Organizing Networks
Security in Next Generation Mobile Networks
Development of testbed toolkits (OpenEPC, OpenMTC, OpenIMSCore)
Protection of IPRs with industry partners
Network support for future mobile and MTC/M2M applications
Mobility Management, Resource Management, Identity Management & Security for Next Generation
Mobile Networks and the Future Internet
Self Organization at Radio and Core Network Level
Projects
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SCAMSTOP (www.sme-scamstop.eu)
UniverSelf (www.univerself-project.eu)
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CONSERN (www.ict-consern.eu/)
QOSMOS (www.ict-qosmos.eu/)
www.fokus.fraunhofer.de/go/ngni
Competence Center NGNI
Fraunhofer FOKUS
Services Deployment in an IMS+EPC Environment
On top of IMS
- Standardized API
- Based on SIP communication
- Easy mesh-up of services
- Use the already existing
network core
IPTV
PES
VCC
RCS
IMS
FI PPP / Mobile
Cloud Services
Mobile Cloud
Support extensions
Evolved
Packet Core
WLAN
EPC can be seen as a more generalized „lightweight IMS“,
Providing security, QoS, Charging, plus Mobility Management
for any IP based protocol (HTTP, SIP, P2P, …)
2G
GPRS
3G
UMTS
LTE/LTE-A
WiMAX
Any IP Network
Directly on top of EPC
- Standard independent (directly
over IP)
- Completely customizable
Fixed
- Easy to import services from
Internet
- Independence between
different services
MMtel
Any Application Platform
ICS
Competence Center NGNI
Fraunhofer FOKUS
Future Seamless Communication (FUSECO) Playground
State of the art testbed infrastructure as a cooperation
of Berlin’s Next Generation Mobile Network expertise
for
– OpenEPC from Fraunhofer FOKUS
– LTE-Advanced at the Fraunhofer HHI
– WLAN networks at the Berlin Open Wireless
Network from the Dt. Telekom Labs @ TU Berlin
Enabling to prototype application support for
– handover optimization across heterogeneous
networks
– support for Always Best Connected (ABC)
– subscriber profile based service personalization
– QoS provisioning and related charging
– controlled access to IMS-based services
– controlled access to Internet/Mobile Clouds
More information:
Competence Center NGNI
Fraunhofer FOKUS
OpenEPC as key enabler of the FUSECO Playground
In Next Generation Mobile Networks multi access network support (incl. fixed & cable)
and multi application domain support (OTT, IMS, P2P etc.) will become key for
multimedia service delivery
Based on the success of the Open IMS Core, Fraunhofer FOKUS is developing a NONOPEN SOURCE EPC platform, enabling academia and industry to
– integrate various network technologies and
– integrate various application platforms
into a single local testbed, thus lowering own development costs
This platform can be used to perform R&D in the fields of
– QoS, Mobility, Security, Management
OpenEPC is aligned with 3GPP specifications:
– high performance
– adaptable to different deployments
– extensible to specific research needs
– configurable
More information: www.OpenEPC.net
Competence Center NGNI
Fraunhofer FOKUS
Vodafone Starting Point: An Automotive Testbed Trial for M2M
FOKUS OpenIMS and OpenEPC deployed
at Vodafone Multi Vendor IOP Testbed in
Düsseldorf, Germany (BMBF COCARS-X)
5 Use cases featuring
Multimedia Content Streaming
Application download
Social Networks
Car Data Diagnostics
Charging and Billing
All over IMS and EPC
Competence Center NGNI
Fraunhofer FOKUS
Global Data Traffic Forecast
Mobile data traffic increase is parallel to
the increase in number of devices
The device capabilities are spanning
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From: Simple sensor nodes
To: High Definition video cameras
The comm. requirements are spanning
–
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From: a “four byte” fire alarm
To: continuous real-time video streaming
from video camera
Only M2M in 2015
as much as all the
data traffic today
Competence Center NGNI
Fraunhofer FOKUS
M2M – A definition
Machine-2-Machine (M2M) is a paradigm in which the end-to-end
communication is executed with no human intervention.
In general, M2M is not a direct subscriber service.
MACHINE
- TO -
Communication terminal
independent of human interaction
Network witch facilitates the M2M
communication
network, core network,
backhaul, application server
MACHINE
Core network (or terminal)
automating the services
Acting automatically or on
remote request
Access
Sensor
Managed remotely
Enabling
Data
Mobile and fixed terminals.
Monitoring device (sensor)
UL main communication
-
Actuator device
DL main communication
-
Associated order of magnitude:
trillion = 1012
the connectivity (AAA
and Security, Session
management, QoS, Charging,
Mobility Management)
Supporting
the data traffic of the
terminals (e.g. for direct and
infrastructure comm.)
Supporting
terminals
the Signaling of the
data aggregation,
processing and presentation
caching and interpretation
Direct
real-time communication
Automatic
decision, processing,
control followed by
communication with other
machines through:
Instructions
Notifications
With deployment of new sensor/actuator devices new business opportunities open up for telecommunication service providers.
Several technical and strategic issues have to be solved for a smooth deployment of the M2M services.
Competence Center NGNI
Fraunhofer FOKUS
M2M – Total Convergence of Communication
M2M Services
Metering
Automotive &
Railways
Remote Maintenance
and Control
Security
Tracking & Tracing
Healthcare
Consumer Electronics
Internet
Services
Payment
Operator
Core
Network
Telco
Services
Other Business Branches Comm. Industry
The telecommunication industry and other business branches are currently merging into a
total convergence mediation layer possibly around the operator core networks.
Competence Center NGNI
Fraunhofer FOKUS
M2M Platform for Mobile Machine Type Communication
(OpenMTC)
Defining an intermediary M2M Platform which
handles the:
– Device Management (Communication
Management)
– Session Management
– Bearer and Charging Management
Based on:
– Initial provisioning of the M2M apps
– Subscription profile
– Current active communication
– CORE or other communication
Providing requirements towards:
– Traffic Detection Function
– Evolved Packet Core
– Machine Terminal
Competence Center NGNI
Automotive – Remote Control
Services:
– Video and surveillance
– Self TÜV
– Driving and mobility
– Traffic Density
– Road warning
– Multimedia
Changing the granularity of remote control
Switching something …
Driver‘s mobile phone as car sensor gateway.
Fraunhofer FOKUS
Competence Center NGNI
Healthcare
Real Time & Proximity M2M services
Real-Time Services:
– Heart Beat …
– Alarm Service
– Changing the “health”
level
Proximity Services:
– Environment measures
– Warning Device
– Privacy & Identity
Broadcasting/multicast:
– Calamity warning
– Real-time device mgmt
updates
– Changing the
“monitoring” level
Fraunhofer FOKUS
Competence Center NGNI
Infrastructure Integration – M2M Scalability
Automatic control of the many devices
Video service to show:
– Scalability
– Low mobility
– Time back off and concurrent functioning
– QoS and real-time
– M2M trick functions
– …
Fraunhofer FOKUS
Competence Center NGNI
Fraunhofer FOKUS
Evolving Infrastructures and Services Research
Supporting Experimentally Driven Research
Key Research Topics
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R&D Agenda
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Cross-domain resource federation
Cross-layer network, infrastructure and service monitoring & management
Cloud Computing for NGN and Future Internet
R&D on NGN to Future Internet evolution (NGN2FI)
R&D on dynamic resource federation frameworks
Infrastructure/Platform/Software as a Service (I/P/S -> XaaS)
Provisioning of NGN services, components and related tools
Dynamic orchestration and manageability of network and service layer functions
Service oriented testbeds supporting cross-domain and cross-layer resource sharing
Strong cooperation with TUB Chair AV
Projects
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BMBF G-Lab Deep
FP7 PII/Onelab2
FP7 BonFIRE
FP7 TEFIS
FP7 NOVI
FI PPP FI-WARE
www.fokus.fraunhofer.de/go/ngni
Competence Center NGNI
Fraunhofer FOKUS
AV/FOKUS are participating in major NGN and FI Testbed Initiatives
German BMBF Deep-G Project
Work on FI Service Composition,
Monitoring, Security
Open NGN2FI Testbed and Tools
Work on FI Monitoring, Federation,
Service Composition,
FI PPP Support Action
Catalogue of FI Testbeds
www.eu-infinity.eu
www.ngn2fi.org
www.g-lab-deep.de
Development of FI Monitoring
www.onelab.eu
NGN & FI Testbed Federation
Lead in Teagle tool development
www.panlab.net
www.ngn2fi.org
FI PPP Core Platform
Extension of OpenEPC for
Various FI Applications
www.fi-ware.eu
Call 5 projects
Building the
FIRE facility
Integration of Panlab and Onelab
Federation of Testbeds
www.ict-openlabs.eu
Competence Center NGNI
Fraunhofer FOKUS
APIs / Enablers in the FI Context …
FI Application Providers and Services
(Smart Cities, eLogistics, eUtilities, eEnergy, eHealth)
• Re-use what is publicly available
• Create recognised user interfaces
Import
of
FI APIs
Export
Export
of FI
of FI
Enablers
Enablers
• Resell available capabilities
• Enable value added services
Service Brokering
FI Enablers provided by FI Core Platform
(RCS, information access, QoS, Charging, Identity Mgt., Security, M2M)
Network Abstraction
IMS + MTC + Evolved Packet Core
Sensor
Networks
Mobile IP
Network
Fixed IP
Network
Competence Center NGNI
Fraunhofer FOKUS
Future Internet … to make our cities smart
A Smart City is a huge Future Internet Show Case
E-Living
E-Health
Politics &
E-Government
Communications
Energy
Education
Transport &
Traffic
Mobility
Security
Signal Transmission & Networks
Culture
Urban
Production
www.fokus.fraunhofer.de/go/ngn2fi
Competence Center NGNI
Fraunhofer FOKUS
The challenge of the 21st century
Urban growth and sustainable development
In 2050, 6.3 Billion people live in urban environments, almost double as many as today
Urban environments are more resource-efficient than rural areas and consume less
energy per capita
Anzahl Menschen
Anzahl Menschen
Germany can act as archteype of high-urbanized knowledge economy
Erde
global
9 Mrd.
8 Mrd.
total tpopulation
Gesam
bevölkerung
7 Mrd.
6 Mrd.
Germany
Deut
schland
90 Mil.
80 Mil.
Gesam t
total population
70 Mil.
60 Mil.
St adt bevölkerung
urban population
5 Mrd.
50 Mil.
4 Mrd.
rural
St adtpopulation
bevölkerung
40 Mil.
3 Mrd.
30 Mil.
Landbevölkerung
urban
population
2 Mrd.
rural population
Landbevölkerung
20 Mil.
1 Mrd.
10 Mil.
Quellen: UN population division, 2009 Database
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2030
2040 2050
Quellen: UN population division, 2009 Database
1950
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2030
2040 2050
Competence Center NGNI
Fraunhofer FOKUS
Communities
City SDP & Data Cloud
Clouds
SOA
OpenData
Networks and End Systems
Wireless
Fixed
AdHoc
IMS
RichMedia
MTC
MashUp
EPC
City Applications
Seamless Unified Access
MBT
MDE
After Fixed Mobile Convergence
and Voice Data Convergence we
will witness total communications
convergence
Key value preposition of Smart
Cities is seamless network, data
and application integration
Seamless and unfied
communications support is a
prerequisite for this!
Various communication patterns
need to be supported
Human – human(s)
Maschine – maschine(s)
Maschine – Human(s)
Various business models and
value chains need to be supported
Various heterogeneous systems,
devices, and networks need to be
interconnected / federated
Engineering
Semantic
Integration
Towards a Smart City Communications Platform
Competence Center NGNI
Fraunhofer FOKUS
Communities
City SDP & Data Cloud
Clouds
SOA
OpenData
Networks and End Systems
Wireless
Fixed
AdHoc
IMS
RichMedia
MTC
MashUp
EPC
City Applications
Seamless Unified Access
MBT
MDE
Applications should be able to
express their communication
needs (QoS) via communication
APIs provided by the SC
Communications Platform
The platform integrates all existing
and emerging communication
networks by providing appropriate
overlay networks / virtual networks
Key platforms to be considered
IP Multimedia System (IMS) –
Rich multimedia
communications
Evolved Packet Core (EPC) –
seamless mobility / mobile
(and fixed) access network
integration
Maschine Type
Communications (MTC) –
emerging plattform tuned for
M2M communication
Engineering
Semantic
Integration
Towards a Smart City Communications Platform
Competence Center NGNI
Fraunhofer FOKUS
Communities
City SDP & Data Cloud
Clouds
SOA
OpenData
Networks and End Systems
Wireless
Fixed
AdHoc
IMS
RichMedia
MTC
MashUp
EPC
MBT
City Applications
Seamless Unified Access
MDE
Open SOA Telco Playground
provides a SOA based NGN
Service Delivery Platform (SDP)
for hosting an open number of
service enablers to be used by
SC applications
FOKUS Broker allows for
controlled exposure of service
enablers for dynamic policy
based service and data
composition
OpenIMS Core is a proven
NGN platform for rich
communication services
OpenEPC is a globally
recognised QoS and seamless
mobility platfom for all mobile
networks, incl. LTE
OpenMTC is an upcoming
platform optimized for new
types of M2M communications
Engineering
Semantic
Integration
Our toolkits for ICT for Smart Cities (the NGNI view)
Competence Center NGNI
Fraunhofer FOKUS
Communication elements of the Smart Network
Operator Networks
Connected
Devices
Physical
Vicinity
Sensor
Actuator
(Sensor)
Gateway
Wireless
Core
Network
Services and
Applications
Mash-Up
Telco SDP
Business
Front-end
3G
Telecom Network
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Light
Temperature
Movement
•
•
Gateway to Macro-Network
Communication Management
•
•
•
QoS & Charging
Seamless Mobility
Security
•
•
Group and identity mgmt.
•
Device and connectivity mgmt.
•
Security and Trust
•
Support for M2M sessions
•
Application
mash-up
Delivery to
multimedia
warning device
Competence Center NGNI
Fraunhofer FOKUS
APIs / Enablers in the FI Context …
FI Application Providers and Services
(Smart Cities, eLogistics, eUtilities, eEnergy, eHealth)
• Re-use what is publicly available
• Create recognised user interfaces
Import
of
FI APIs
Export
of FI
Enablers
• Resell available capabilities
• Enable value added services
Service Brokering
FI Enablers provided by FI Core Platform
(Communications, information access, QoS, Charging, Identity Mgt., Security)
Network Abstraction
IMS + MTC + Evolved Packet Core
Sensor
Networks
Mobile IP
Network
Fixed IP
Network
Competence Center NGNI
Fraunhofer FOKUS
AV extends NGNI R&D into Future Internet Domain
Reliable Network Infrastructures (RNI)
• NGN Services
• IP Multimedia System
• Evolved Packet Core
• Security and Network
Monitoring
• M2M Communication
• Coginitive Networking
Emerging Infrastructures & Services (EIS)
• Cross-domain resource federation
• FI Crosslayer network,
• Monitoring & Security infrastructure and service
• Internet of Things
monitoring & management
• Universal
composition
Communication
• Mobile Cloud Applications
Framework
• Smart City Applications
• Setup of Future Internet Testbeds
• Federation of Testbeds
• Monitoring of NGN and FI Networks
• Universal Communications Framework
www.av-tu-berlin.de
Competence Center NGNI
Fraunhofer FOKUS
AV - Next Generation Networks
Chair at Technische Universität Berlin
Prof. Magedanz is head of TUB Chair Next Generation Networks (AV) since 2003
Traget 1: Education of graduate and PhDs students
Traget 2: Research on Evolution from Next Generation Network to Future Internet (FI)
AV Main R&D topics:
– NGN2FI Evolution Lab Operation
– Cross-Layer Functional Composition
– Virtual Networks that enable enhanced services
– Management and Monitoring in NGNs, SDPs, and Clouds
– Network Security and Monitoring
– Federation of Experimental Facilities / Testbeds
Focus on FI research topics that have a business impact in 5-10 years
AV involved in major national and European FI research projects:
– BMBF G-Lab DEEP
– EU Bonfire
– EU Panlab / OpenLabs
www.av-tu-berlin.de
Competence Center NGNI
Fraunhofer FOKUS
BMBF G-Lab DEEP Project
G-Lab DEEP - Deepening G-Lab for Cross-Layer Composition
Project within the second phase of German G-Lab project (www.german-lab.de)
G-Lab DEEP started in October 2009, Duration is 3 years
Goals
– Research on innovative composition approaches between network and service layer
with special focus on security in Future Internet.
– Development of a functional composition concept for dynamic composition of
functional blocks of the network and service layer.
– Development of functional blocks on network and service layer in order to protect
network components and services.
– Extension of the G-Lab platform with a DEEP Boot image.
– Evaluation of federation aspects to connect G-Lab with international Future Internet
testbeds.
Partners: Fraunhofer FOKUS, TU Berlin, University of Duisburg-Essen, TU Kaiserslautern
Sponsored by BMBF
G-Lab DEEP Website: www.g-lab-deep.de
Competence Center NGNI
Fraunhofer FOKUS
Cross-Layer Composition
Service Composition offers:
– Combined services to customers
– Customer based personalization of the
composed services
Functional Composition offers:
– Same SOA model on the network layer
– Combined functional blocks which offers
flexibility on selecting the appropriate
blocks
Cross Layer Composition:
– Triggered at both layers (service and
network) by customer requirements.
– Decomposition of requirements in
service and network requirements.
– Accordingly selection and composition of
services, respectively functional blocks
– Mediation between the two layers.
Competence Center NGNI
Fraunhofer FOKUS
Cross Layer Functional Composition
Problem-Statement / Motivation / Introduction
Best-effort delivery is used in the today’s Internet to transport data flows
Strong grows in fixed and mobile data traffic and in numbers of devices/subscriptions
Access networks become bottlenecks and will not cope with the expected traffic
All-IP networks (4G) provide voice over PS networks and require QoS mechanisms
QoS is achieved through over-provisioning of today’s access- and core-networks
Predefined operator policies may be applied on a stream in the network
No flexible mechanisms available for
– optimize network-, control- and service layer resources for a given application given
a specific access network technology
– end-users to influence the QoS level
– user-demanded and operator-controlled QoS management
– applications signaling their requirements on the data path into the network
Generic-Adaptive-Resource-Control-Function (GARC) extends 3GPP and non-3GPP
architectures in order to introduce flexible user-driven QoS treatment
Competence Center NGNI
Fraunhofer FOKUS
Influences on Cross Layer Composition Decisions
Input parameter:
Output:
Network operator policies,
User preferences,
Context,
Service Layer requirements,
Terminal capabilities,
Network capabilities
External Rules
GARC
Access network specific and
optimized QoS request
(forwarded to the Policy Decision Point)
Competence Center NGNI
Fraunhofer FOKUS
Extending 3GPP PCC Architecture (ROAMING)
UE pushes QoS-request via Rx# at the GARC
New functional
entity: GARC
New reference
point: Rx#
Mueller J., Magedanz T., Corici M., Vingarzan D., “UE & Network Initiated QoS Reservation in
NGN and Beyond”, accepted for Network of the Future 2011, 2nd IFIP International Conference
on Network of the Future, Paris, France, 28-30 November 2011
Competence Center NGNI
Testbed and Experimental Facility Federation
Heterogeneous resources are offered by
several network domains
Domains engage in federation and share
resources
Federation Organization represents the
federation to 3rd parties
A federation control tool called TEAGLE
executes management operations via a
control framework
This is needed to support broad Future
Internet research
– Re-use resources across the
boundaries of domains and
communities instead of re-building
infrastructure
– Infrastrcuture as a Service (IaaS)
http://www.panlab.net
Fraunhofer FOKUS
Competence Center NGNI
The high level Teagle architecture
Various Testbeds provide
resources that are controlled
via a federation framework
and user frontend (Teagle)
With the help of Teagle
resources can be combined
and configured for specific
setups
Teagle aims at satisfying
broad R&D requirements by
providing a generic resource
control framework for
distributed heterogeneous
resources
Federation with other
frameworks through SFA is
currently prototyped
Fraunhofer FOKUS
Competence Center NGNI
Fraunhofer FOKUS
Interfaces
Heterogenous Resources – Common Control Framework
Domain Managers control resources inside a
partner domain
Resource Adaptors (RA) are used like devices
drivers to translate federation level management
commands to resource specific communication
(e.g. SNMP, CLI, proprietary) on interface T2
Teagle instructs domain managers via a common
control framework on interface T1
– Generic control framework
– CRUD operations (create, read, update,
delete)
Teagle provides user interfaces for experimental
facility configuration and deployment, provides
registries, information- / data models, creation
environment
Domain interconnections are handled by
gateways (IGW)
End User
Domain
Customer
Domain
U2
Registry & Repository
Creation Environment
Request Processor
Orchestration Engine
Web Portal
U1
U3
T1
Domain
Manager
RA
RA
Domain
Manager
RA
RA
T2
IGW
T2
RA
RA
T2
IGW
T2
I2
B1
A1
I1
Competence Center NGNI
Fraunhofer FOKUS
Packet Tracking – NGN2FI Monitoring
EPC
BOWL
Competence Center NGNI
Fraunhofer FOKUS
Packet Tracking
Motivation
good understanding how data is
transfered over end2end network
BUT, … lack of knowledge what is
happening in the network on the path
– Location of Bottlenecks
– delay, loss, jitter
– Routing Defects (Loops)
– Route Advertisement Validation
Active measurements (e.g. traceroute)
unsuitable:
– Influence user traffic, Different
handling
– May lead to wrong results (back
and forth path)
Passive Measurements require lots of
resources (export, storage, processing)
Approach:
– Multi-Hop Packet Tracking
employing hash-based sampling
– Passive measuring of packet path
and hop-by-hop transmission
quality
Quality
Path
Improvement:
– Reduction of measurement traffic
by employing synchronized
sampling method (RFC5475)
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Competence Center NGNI
Fraunhofer FOKUS
What is it?
Packet Tracking
A method to passively measure path and quality of packets throughout a domain using
a coordinated sampling approach:
– Passive: no artifical traffic introduced (opposed to ping, traceroute etc.) – gives
assertion about real traffic within the network
– Path: traces packets within the network– from hop to hop
– Quality: measures the delay, loss, jitter of single packets on the path, path
segments
– Sampling: the ratio of packets that are traced through network can be adapted
using hash-based sampling – an algorithm to coordinate packet selection at
different measurement nodes
Packet Tracking especially useful in multihop routing infrastructure – where the
hops can have different influence on the path quality
Competence Center NGNI
Fraunhofer FOKUS
Packet Tracking
Open Source Software
Packet Tracking released under GPL:
– utilizes IPFIX standards
– Additional information,
download and video tutorial
Architecture:
High performance IPFIX measurement devices (in C)
– for UNIX, OpenWRT, available debian packages
for 32/64bit ppa:pt-team/pt
Packet Matcher – IPFIX collector that correlates the
observations
– supports IPFIX file dumps (RFC5655)
Netview – Java Visualisation of measured data
(netview.sourceforge.net)
– Displayed on OpenStreetMap
www.fokus.fraunhofer.de/go/track
Contact Team:
[email protected]
Competence Center NGNI
Fraunhofer FOKUS
Packet Tracking Use Case 1
Packet Tracking in Evolved Packet System
Evolved Packet System advantages:
o
higher bandwidth, QoS support,
seamless mobility, always best
connected
EPS can benefit from Packet Tracking
Sampling approaches required to cope
with increased data
QoS traffic class validation of bearers in
terms of loss and delay
Handover Validation, Performance
Evaluation and Visualisation
PT as optimisation support for ANDSF –
delay/loss access network maps
Security Application Function for Attack
Traceback
Competence Center NGNI
InfraMon
Infrastructure Monitoring
Many Future technology domains that provide resources
– Future Internet Experimentation Facilities
– Cloud Service Domains
– NGN domains (IMS, EPC)
Many stakeholders in these Domains
– Users (Experimenters, Service Providers, 3rd Party Developer, End-User)
– Infrastructure Provider (Testbed, Cloud Provider, Operators)
– Hardware vendors (Routers, Switchers, Radio Access)
– Public authorities (Compliance, Prosecution)
– Service Providers (Digital Rights Holders, Media-Streaming, …)
Stakeholders requires precise Infrastructure Measurements
– Monitoring of Resource (Traffic Engineering, Capacity Planning, .. .)
– Traffic Monitoring (Accounting, SLA validation, DPI, Security, ..)
Fraunhofer FOKUS
Competence Center NGNI
Fraunhofer FOKUS
Users of Infrastructure Measurement and Monitoring Information
Users of
Monitoring
Execute
Monitor
API
Data Aggregation, Analysis,
Data Visualisation, Event Dispatching
MonitoringDecide
Management
Learn
Autonomic
Solutions
API
R
R
R
Measuring
Resources and Traffic
Competence Center NGNI
Fraunhofer FOKUS
Monitoring and Management in the NGN2FI context
Cloud Computing
Monitoring
and
Management
Infrastructure Monitoring as
Cloud Provider
Service Monitoring for User
monitoring of resources
(VMs, CPU, RAM, Storage,
Response Time, Delay)
framework for individual
measurement collection
enabling elastic scaling of
resources
Horizontal and Vertical
Federation
booking standardized
measurements as a service for
experimenters
measurement collection and
storage to enable comparison
of experiments
intelligent resource booking
based on requirements and
measured resources
infrastructure and
experiment supervision
Cross-Layer
Composition
application and network
layer monitoring (e.g. VoIP
QoE and delay)
network feedback over
available and realized QoS
enables recomposition at
network and service level
cross-layer security and
anomaly detection which
trigger network mitigation
Next Generation
Networks
Handover Monitoring in
Seamless Communication
Scenarios
QoS Validation for
Premium Services
Monitoring best access
network
Policy and Charging
Management and
Troubleshooting in NGN
Competence Center NGNI
Fraunhofer FOKUS
AV Monitoring Tools (1)
Resource and Traffic Measurements
Supports monitoring information in two dimensions: TRAFFIC and RESOURCES
Traffic Monitoring
– QoS related metrics
– Security metrics
– Per packet usage for accounting/billing demands
– etc …
Resource Monitoring
– Monitoring Virtual Resources
Memory
− Total memory, used memory, free memory, total swap memory, used swap memory,
free swap memory
Storage
− Total storage, used storage, free storage
CPU
− CPU load, CPU utilization (%), CPU count
Monitoring Software
Competence Center NGNI
Fraunhofer FOKUS
AV Monitoring Tools (2)
Resource and Traffic Measurements
General
− CPU (CPU load, CPU utilization)
− Memory (the same as virtual resources monitoring metrics)
− The number of VMs on a physical node
Per Virtual Machine process
− CPU (CPU usage, CPU speed, Number of CPUs used by VR)
− Memory usage
− State of the VM in an experiment (starting, running, stopped, etc.)
– Software and Service Monitoring
Addresses metrics which provide information about the state of the
software/service, its performance and other software/service specific information
Number of active jobs per software/service
Number of queued jobs per software/service
Number of nodes currently used per software/service
etc …
Monitoring Software
– Monitoring Physical Resources
Competence Center NGNI
Fraunhofer FOKUS
Packet Tracking in Projects
OpenLabs
Novi
G-Lab
•Infrastructure
Security
•Experimenter
Service
Multinext
•Multipath
Measurements
OneLab
•Development
•Applied to FI
domains
•Allocation of testbed
resources
•Additional Metrics
• Performance of LTE?
• on Demand
Experimenter Support
Competence Center NGNI
Fraunhofer FOKUS
AV Team
Prof. Dr. Thomas Magedanz
Käte Schlicht – Sekr. FR5-14
Franklinstrasse 28-29
10587 Berlin
314 73 510 (8-12uhr)
314 21 451 (13-16uhr)
FOKUS Team
Konrad Campowsky
Sebastian Wahle
Niklas Blum
Alexander Blotny Florian Schreiner
Competence Center NGNI
Fraunhofer FOKUS
AV Team
Scientific Staff
Thon Mao
Stephan Albrecht
Julius Müller
Mohammad Fal Sadikin
[email protected]
[email protected] [email protected] fokus-extern.fraunhofer.de [email protected]
030 3463 7101
030 3463 7170
mail.tu-berlin.de
030 3463 7138
030 3463 7138
Yahya Al-Hazmi
Yahya-al.hazmi
@tu-berlin.de
030 3463 7101
Hakan Coskun
Tran Quang Thanh
Dr. Stefan Covaci
Asma Elmangosh
[email protected] [email protected] [email protected]
[email protected]
030 34637339
fokus.fraunhofer.de
tu-berlin.de
fokus-extern.fraunhofer.de
030 3463 7137
030 3463 7109
Competence Center NGNI
Fraunhofer FOKUS
AV Curriculum
WS
SS
WS
SS
WS
Optional
Grundlagen Offener Kommunikationssysteme (GOKS)
AV VL:
NGN Technologies
& Services (NGN)
AV VL
Future Internet
Technologies FIT)
AV Projekt NGN - I
AV IV:
Hot Topics in
NGNs & FIT
AV Projekte NGN - II
AV SE
MA/DA &PhD
Seminar
Master- / Diplomarbeit
Competence Center NGNI
Lectures at AV
Sommer Semester
– NGN
– FIT
– NGN Projekt I / NGN Projekt II
Winter Semester
– Hot Topics
– NGN Projekt I / NGN Projekt II
Fraunhofer FOKUS
Competence Center NGNI
Fraunhofer FOKUS
AV VL NGN im SS
Next Generation Network Technologies & Services (NGN)
Dozent: Prof. Dr. Thomas Magedanz
2 SWS Vorlesung, Freitags 12 - 14 Uhr MA 042
– Im Rahmen dieser 2 stündigen VL werden die wesentlichen Architekturen,
Komponenten und Protokolle für Next Generation Networks (NGN) und Service
Delivery Platforms (SDPs) und deren Anwendungen vorgestellt. Wesentliche
Schlagworte der VL umfassen:
all-IP Netze, ETSI TISPAN NGN, VoIP, SIP, Diameter, Intelligente Netze /CAMEL, Offene
Dienst APIs, 3GPP Open Service Access, Parlay, Parlay X, JAIN, SIP Servlets, IP
Multimedia System (IMS), PSTN Emulation, Fixed Mobile Convergence, IPTV, SOA,
Web 2.0, Telco 2.0, Evolved Packet Core (EPC), Open Source IMS, NGN Testbeds
– Weitere aktuelle Informationen zur VL finden sich auf den AV Webseiten unter
www.av.tu-berlin.de
Competence Center NGNI
Fraunhofer FOKUS
Agenda AV VL NGN im SS 2011
Raum MA 042, Freitags 12 – 14 Uhr: Prof. Dr. T. Magedanz
1
16.04.2011
Einführung: fixed & mobile NGN, IMS, SDP, SOA, Network APIs, Telco 2.0
2
23.04.2011
Intelligente Netze (IN)
3
30.04.2011
IN in Mobilen Netzen - CAMEL
4
07.05.2011
SDPs und Network APIs: Parlay / 3GPP OSA / JAIN SLEE
5
14.05.2011
Web 2.0 und Web Services APIs: Parlay X Parlay REST / GSM One
6
21.05.2011
VoIP Basics & IETF Protokolle: SIP & DIAMETER
7
28.05.2011
IMS Standards Überblick / 3GPP IMS Core
8
04.06.2011
3GPP IMS Application Layer und IMS Applikationen (PES, RCS, IPTV)
9
11.06.2011
SDPs und Web 2.0 – AV/FOKUS Open SOA Telco Playground
10
18.06.2011
Mobile NGN: 3GPP Evolved Packet System (LTE und EPC)
11
25.06.2011
Evolved Packet Core (EPC) im Detail und FUSECO Playground
12
02.07.2011
Große Übung & Exkursion zu den AV/FOKUS Playgrounds
13
09.07.2011
Klausur
(Blockprüfung ist voraus. am 24.8.2010)
Competence Center NGNI
Fraunhofer FOKUS
Prof. Dr. Thomas Magedanz
Thomas Magedanz (PhD) is professor in the electrical
engineering and computer sciences faculty at the Technical
University of Berlin, Germany, leading the chair for next
generation networks (Architekturen der Vermittlungsknoten –
AV) supervising Master and PhD Students.
In addition, he is director of the “NGNI” division at the
Fraunhofer Institute FOKUS, which also provides the national
NGN/IMS test and development centre in Germany.
Since 2006 he is also extraordinary professor at the
University of Cape Town in South Africa.
Prof. Magedanz is a globally recognised technology expert,
based on his 20 years of practical experiences gained by
managing various research and development projects in the
various fields of today´s convergence landscape (namely IT,
telecoms, internet and entertainment).
He acts often as invited tutorial speaker at major telecom
conferences and workshops around the world.
Prof. Magedanz is senior member of the IEEE, editorial board
member of several journals, and the author of more than
200 technical papers/articles. He is the author of two books
on IN standards and IN evolution.
Competence Center NGNI
Fraunhofer FOKUS
AV VL FIT im SS
Future Internet Technologies (FIT)
Dozent: Prof. Thomas Magedanz und Mitarbeiter
2 SWS Vorlesung, Freitags 14 - 16 Uhr MA 041
– In der Vorlesung werden Konzepte und Technologien für das Internet der Zukunft (FI)
vorgestellt. Es werden Probleme und Herausforderungen im derzeitigen Internet
analysiert und sowohl revolutionäre (clean slate) als auch evolutionäre Ansätze für das
Internet der Zukunft vorgestellt.
– Die Themen umfassen u.a. Alternativen zum Schichtenmodell, Autonomic
Communications/Self-x Konzepte, innovative Dienstarchitekturkonzepte
(Kooperationsmodelle/P2P), FI Sicherheitskonzepte, sowie eine kritische Betrachtung
von IPv6.
– Weitere aktuelle Informationen finden sich auf den AV Webseiten unter
www.av.tu-berlin.de
Competence Center NGNI
Fraunhofer FOKUS
Agenda AV VL FIT im SS 2011
Raum MA 041, Freitags 14 – 16 Uhr: Prof. Thomas Magedanz und Mitarbeiter
Datum
Inhalt
1
15.04.2011
Introduction, Administrative, ISIS, Internet Today: Problems
2
22.04.2011
Karfreitag – fällt aus
3
29.04.2011
IPv6
4
06.05.2011
Mobility / Addressing / Identifier – Locator Split
5
13.05.2011
Autonomic Communications / Self*
6
20.05.2011
Virtualisation Approaches and Technologies
7
27.05.2011
FI Testbeds: Geni/Glab/Akari/FIRE/Nitos - Teagle und SFA
8
03.06.2011
Functional Composition
9
10.06.2011
Future Internet Best Practices and Tools
10
17.06.2011
Monitoring and Packet Tracking
11
24.06.2011
Ausblick FI Forschung bei NGN2FI Evolution: IoT, IoS
12
01.07.2011
Grosse Uebung
13
08.07.2011
Klausur
14
15.07.2011
Fokus Exkursion
Competence Center NGNI
Fraunhofer FOKUS
AV NGN Project
6 SWS Informatik, WiIng, E-Technik, Technische Informatik
Project will consist of:
– 3 presentations (10% each):
Project plan
Intermediate report
Final report
– Programming (40%)
– Documentation (30%)
Lessons learned
Design patterns
Contact Dipl-Inf. Julius Müller
[email protected]
030-3463 7170
Detailed project presentation and assignment of topics to students on 25.10.2011 at
16:00-18:00 in room 1008 at Fraunhofer FOKUS, Kaiserin-Augusta-Allee 31,
10589 Berlin
Competence Center NGNI
Fraunhofer FOKUS
NGNs & FIT Projekt WS2011/12
Modulbeschreibung in ISIS
Die Einteilung der Gruppen und Auswahl der Projektthemen findet am 25.10. von
16-18 Uhr im Raum 1008 bei Fraunhofer FOKUS in der Kaiserin-AugustaAllee 31 statt. Die Projektthemen sind unten zu finden.
Wer sich jetzt schon für ein Projektthema entscheiden möchte, schickt bitte eine email
an den jeweiligen Betreuer und an Julius Müller julius.mueller (at) tu-berlin.de.
Auch im Wintersemester 2011/12 wird es wieder die Möglichkeit geben, Projekte bei AV
durchzuführen. In diesem Projekt werden die in den AV Vorlesungen NGN und Future
Internet Technologies erworbenen Kenntnisse durch praktische Programmieraufgaben
vertieft. Allerdings bieten sie auch Studenten aus anderen Bereichen einen praktischen
Einstieg in die Welt der Next Generation Networks und des Future Internets.
In kleinen Gruppen werden neue Komponenten, Schnittstellen, Anwendungen und
Werkzeuge fuer Next Generation Network und Future Internet Testbeds entwickelt, die
dann auch zum produktiven Einsatz kommen können. Ebenfalls ist es möglich ein
Projekt in eine Diplom/Masterarbeit auszubauen.
Competence Center NGNI
Fraunhofer FOKUS
AV Projects for WS 2011/2012
https://www.isis.tu-berlin.de/course/view.php?id=1019
Project topics 1/2
Open Source SOA-based Service Platform for Communication Services
Design and Implementation of Policy Enhancements for the Future Mobile Networks
Core
Design and Implementation of a security enabler for the Future Mobile Networks
Design and Implementation of Dynamic Mobility anchor selection for the Future
Broadband Mobile Networks
IPv6-Radar
Passive Monitoringsysteme für die NGN Dienstplattform
Aktive Monitoringsysteme für die NGN Dienstplattform
Closed Enterprise Netzwerke durch Netzwerkvirtualisiserung
Converged all-IP UE initiated QoS in NGMN
Cost-optimized, situation-aware Information Gathering in LTE/EPC Mobile Networks
Load Generator for an LTE/EPC Mobile Networks Testbed
AAA architecture for non-3GPP AN in EPC
Converged Charging in IMS and EPC
Performance routing in EPC
Competence Center NGNI
Fraunhofer FOKUS
AV Projects for WS 2011/2012
Project topics 2/2
Femtocell integration into the Evolved Packet Core
Light-EPC architectures for Professional Mobile Radio
Converged authentication and authorization in EPC
Sensor and Actuator Remote Management Functionality
Sensor Generic Communication Mechanism towards operator networks
Management and GUI design for OpenMTC platform
Self-Organizing Networks (SON) concepts integration in EPC
Self-Organizing Networks (SON) conflict avoidance in EPC
Sensor based data collection and analysis
Malware detection for smartphones
Real time fraud detection in VoIP environments
Security and privacy in the context of femto cells
Implementierung einer verteilten Sensorplattform für SmartHome
Restful Sensor Nodes based on NodeJS
Wake on Wireless for Mesh Nodes
Implementierung eines Wireless Monitors basierend auf OpenWRT/Linux
Competence Center NGNI
Fraunhofer FOKUS
Hot Topics in NGN & FIT
3 SWS (IV)
Offered in WS and SS
Course will consists of:
– survey of relevant publications
– Presentation
– ACM paper of about 10 pages
Contact: Yahya Al-Hazmi (M.Sc)
[email protected]
030-34637101
Detailed Hot Topics presentation and assignment to students on 20.10.2011
at 16:00-18:00 in room FR 0027
Competence Center NGNI
Fraunhofer FOKUS
Hot Topics Veranstaltung WS2011/12
Modulbeschreibung in ISIS
Die erste Hot Topics Veranstaltung findet am 20.10.2011 im FR 0027 von 16-18 Uhr
statt.
0432 L 798 Hot Topics in NGNs & FIT IV
Dozenten: Magedanz
Donnerstags, 16.00 - 18.00 Uhr, FR0027
In dieser IV werden aktuelle ausgewählte Themen im Kontext Next Generation
Networks und dem Future Internet in einer Kombination aus Vorlesungs- und
Seminarterminen vertieft.
Competence Center NGNI
AV Hot Topics
Themenliste Teil
Fraunhofer FOKUS
https://www.isis.tu-berlin.de/course/view.php?id=2272
Grid and Cloud Computing
The Internet of Services
Evolved Packet Core Evolution
Handover Strategies in EPC
Sensor based data collection and analysis
Malware detection for smartphones
Real time fraud detection in VoIP environments
Security and privacy in the context of femto cells
Competence Center NGNI
Contact
Prof. Dr.-Ing. habil Thomas Magedanz
TUB Chair Next Generation Networks / Director FOKUS NGNI CC
[email protected]
+49 171 172 70 70
+49 30 3463 7229
Kaiserin Augusta-Allee 31
10589 Berlin, Germany
Fraunhofer FOKUS
Competence Center NGNI
Fraunhofer FOKUS
Useful Links
Fraunhofer FOKUS NGNI Competence Center: www.fokus.fraunhofer.de/go/ngni
TU Berlin Chair for Next Generation Networks: www.av.tu-berlin.de
Open IMS Core Project: www.openimscore.org
Open IMS Playground: www.open-ims.org
Open SOA Telco Playgorund: www.opensoaplayground.org
Open EPC Project: www.openEPC.net
Future Seamless Communication Playground: www.fuseco-playground.org
NGN to Future Internet evolution Lab: www.ngn2fi.org
Future Internet testbed tool Teagle: www.fire-teagle.org
Competence Center NGNI
Fraunhofer FOKUS
Recent OSTP Publications I
N. Blum, T. Magedanz, F. Schreiner, S. Wahle, “From IMS Management to SOA based NGN Management”, in: Journal of
Network and Systems Management, Springer New York, February 2009, ISSN 1064-7570 (Print) 1573-7705 (Online), DOI
10.1007/s10922-009-9118-4, www.springerlink.com/content/y662p11477364g5g
N. Blum, T. Magedanz, T. Margaria, “Rapid Service Creation using eXtreme Model Driven Design for real-time Communications
Services on top of Next Generation Networks”, Proc. of International Conference on Intelligence in Networks (ICIN), Bordeaux,
26 - 29 October, 2009, www.icin.biz
N. Blum, I. Boldea, T. Magedanz, U. Staiger, H. Stein, “A Service Broker providing Real-time Telecommunications Services for
3rd Party Services”, Proc. of 33rd Annual IEEE International Computer Software and Applications Conference (COMPSAC),
Seattle, July 2009, ISBN 978-0-7695-3726-9, DOI 10.1109/COMPSAC.2009.202
N. Blum, S. Lampe, T. Magedanz, “Design of a Message Interworking Function for Converged IP Messaging in Next Generation
Networks”, Proc. of IEEE Symposium on Computers and Communications (ISCC'09), pp.80-86, Sousse, Tunisia, July 2009,
ISBN 978-1-4244-4671-1
N. Blum, T. Magedanz, F. Schreiner, “Management of SOA based NGN service exposure, service discovery and service
composition”, Proc. of the 11th IFIP/IEEE International Symposium on Integrated Network Management (IM 2009), Long
Island, New York, USA, June 2009, accepted for publication at IEEE
Blum, N., Lange, L., Magedanz, T., Simoes, J., “Mediacast for Mobile Communities: When the Web and Telecommunications
converge”, 10th IEEE International Symposium on a World of Wireless, Mobile and Multimedia Networks, Kos, Greece, June
15-19, 2009, ISBN 978-1-4244-4439-7
Niklas Blum, Thomas Magedanz, Jan Kleeßen, Tiziana Margaria, “Enabling eXtreme Model Driven Design of Parlay X-based
Communications Services for End-to-End Multiplatform Service Orchestrations”, Proc. of 14th IEEE International Conference on
Engineering of Complex Computer Systems (ICECCS), pp.240-247, 2009, ISBN 978-0-7695-3702-3
N. Blum, T. Magedanz, F. Schreiner, S. Wahle, “A Research Infrastructure for SOA-based Service Delivery Frameworks - The
Open SOA Telco Playground at Fraunhofer FOKUS”, in TRIDENTCOM 2009, 5th International Conference on Testbeds and
Research Infrastructures for the Development of Networks and Communities, Washington DC, USA, April 2009, IEEE, ISBN:
978-1-4244-2847-2, IEEE Catalog Number: CFP09364, www.tridentcom.org
Competence Center NGNI
Fraunhofer FOKUS
Recent OSTP Publications II
N. Blum, T. Magedanz, F. Schreiner, “The Role of Service Brokers for Composed Services in an Open Service
Environment”, TELEKOMMUNIKATION AKTUELL 1-2/2008, Verlag für Wissenschaft und Leben Georg Heidecker GmbH,
Erlangen, ISSN 1619-2036
N. Blum, T. Magedanz, F. Schreiner, "Definition of a Service Delivery Platform for Service Exposure and Service Orchestration
in Next Generation Networks", UbiCC Journal - Volume 3 Number 3, 2008, http://www.ubicc.org/journal_detail.aspx?id=17,
ISSN: 1994-4608
N. Blum, T. Magedanz, P. Weik, “The Integration of IMS into Service Delivery Platforms based on ServiceOriented
Architectures” in IMS Handbook: Concepts, Technologies, and Services, Mohammad Ilyas and Syed Ahson, Taylor & Francis,
New York, November 2008, pp. 307 - 328, ISBN 978-1420064599
N. Blum, T. Magedanz, “Requirements and Components of a SOA-based NGN Reference Architecture”, e&i - elektrotechnik und
informaitonstechnik, Österreichischer Verband für Elektrotechnik, Juli/August 2008, pp. 263 - 267, Springer-Verlag 2008, ISSN
0932-383X
T. Magedanz, N. Blum, S. Dutkowski, “Evolution of SOA Concepts in Telecommunications - A Déjà vu?”, Special Issue on
Service Oriented Architectures, IEEE Computer, November 2007, ISSN 0018-9162
N. Blum, T. Magedanz, F. Schreiner, "Services, Enablers and Architectures: Definition of a Connected Web 2.0 / Telco Service
Broker to Enable New Flexible Service Exposure Models", Proc. of International Conference on Intelligence in Networks (ICIN),
Bordeaux, 20 - 23 October 2008
Blum, N., Linner, D., Krüssel, S., Magedanz, T. and Steglich, S.; "Definition of a Web 2.0 Gateway for 3rd Party Service Access
to Next Generation Networks", 2008, in IFIP International Federation for Information Processing, Volume 284; Wireless and
Mobile Networking; Zoubir Mammeri; (Boston: Springer), pp. 247-258, ISBN 978-0-387-84838-9
S. Wahle, N. Blum, and T. Magedanz, “Evolution of the Open IMS Playground - Open Next Generation Network Testbeds in
Face of Service Oriented Architectures, Web2.0 and European Testbed Federations” In Mobilfunk - Technologien und
Anwendungen, ITG-Fachbericht 208, pages 49-54. VDE VERLAG GmbH, May 2008. ISBN:978-3-8007-3104-6, ISSN:0932-6022
Florian Schreiner, Sebastian Wahle, Niklas Blum, Thomas Magedanz: “Modular Exposure of Next Generation Network Services
to Enterprises and Testbed Federations”, HUT-ICCE 2008, 2nd International Conference on Communications and Electronics,
June 4-6, 2008, Hoi An, Vietnam, ISBN 978-1-4244-2425-2, IEEE CN CFP0816B-PRT
Competence Center NGNI
Fraunhofer FOKUS
Recent FUSECO Publications
Corici M., Gouveia F., Magedanz T., Vingarzan D., “OpenEPC: A Technical Infrastructure for Early Prototyping of Next Generation
Mobile Network Testbeds”, in Proceedings of TRIDENTCOM 2010, 6th International Conference on Testbeds and Research
Infrastructures for the Development of Networks and Communities, Berlin, Germany, accepted for publication
Diez, A., Gouveia, F., Corici, M., Magedanz, T., “Evolution of QoS control in Next Generation Mobile Networks”, chapter 26 in S.
Adibi (Ed.), “Quality of Service Architectures for Wireless Networks: Performance Metrics and Management”, published by
Information Science Reference, ISBN: 978-1-61520-680-3, release date January 2010
M. Corici, D. Vingarzan, A. Diez, T. Magedanz, C. Pampu, Q. Zhou. “Enhanced Access Network Discovery and Selection in 3GPP
Evolved Packet Core”, IEEE LCN, October 2009
Fabricio Gouveia, Sebastian Wahle, Niklas Blum, Thomas Magedanz, “Cloud Computing and EPC / IMS Integration: New Valueadded Services on Demand”, in MobiMedia 2009, 5th International Mobile Multimedia Communications Conference Proceedings.
ACM/ICST, 2009, accepted for publication in 2009
Good, Richard; Gouveia, Fabricio; Magedanz, Thomas; Ventura, Neco, “Policy-Based Middleware for QoS Management and
Signaling in the Evolved Packet System” In: Bonnin, Jean-Marie (Hrsg.) u.a.: Mobile Wireless Middleware, Operating Systems, and
Applications : Second International Conference, Mobilware 2009, Berlin, Germany, April 28-29, 2009 Proceedings. Berlin [u.a.]:
Springer, 2009, S. 115-128 (Lecture Notes of the Institute for Computer Sciences, Social Informatics and Telecommunications
Engineering 7)
Diez A., Gouveia F., Corici M., Magedanz T., “The PCC Rule in the 3GPP IMS Policy and Charging Control Architecture”, IEEE Global
Telecommunications Conference (Globecom), New Orleans, ISBN: 978-1-4244-2324-8, December 2008
M. Corici, F. Gouveia, T. Magedanz, “A Network Controlled QoS Model over the 3GPP Evolved Packet Core”, Chapter 12, pp. 255275 in "Advances in Broadband Communication and Networks", Editors: J.I. Agbinya, et.al., River Publishers Series in
Communications; ISBN: 978-87-92329-00-4 (c) 2008 River Publishers, Denmark, September 2008
Corici, M. I.; Gouveia, F. C.; Magedanz, T., “A Network Controlled QoS Model over the 3GPP System Architecture Evolution”,
Second Australian Conference on Wireless Broadband and Ultra Wideband Communications - AusWireless 2007, Crowne Plaza
Hotel, S H
Competence Center NGNI
Fraunhofer FOKUS
Recent OpenEPC Publications I
Corici M., Magedanz T., Vingarzan D., „ 3GPP Evolved Packet Core – the Next Generation Mobile Networks all-IP
architecture”, World Telecommunications Congress 2010, Vienna, Austria, accepted for publication
Corici M., Magedanz T., Vingarzan D., Next Generation Mobile Networks Protocols Overview”, book chapter accepted to
be published in “Advanced Communication Protocol Technologies: Solutions, Methods and Applications” , edited by
Katalin Tarnay, Gusztav Adamis and Tibor Dulai, to be published Information Science Reference (formerly Idea Group
Reference) (an imprint of IGI Global) in 2010.
Corici M., Fiedler J., Magedanz T., Vingarzan D., „ Access Network Discovery and Selection in the Next Generation Mobile
Networks Environment”, in Proceedings of Mobilware 2010, The Third International ICST Conference on MOBILe Wireless
MiddleWARE, Operating Systems, and Applications, Chicago, USA, accepted for publication
Corici M., Gouveia F., Magedanz T., Vingarzan D., “OpenEPC: A Technical Infrastructure for Early Prototyping of Next
Generation Mobile Network Testbeds”, in Proceedings of TRIDENTCOM 2010, 6th International Conference on Testbeds
and Research Infrastructures for the Development of Networks and Communities, Berlin, Germany, accepted for
publication
Diez, A., Gouveia, F., Corici, M., Magedanz, T., “Evolution of QoS control in Next Generation Mobile Networks”, chapter 26
in S. Adibi (Ed.), “Quality of Service Architectures for Wireless Networks: Performance Metrics and Management”,
published by Information Science Reference, ISBN: 978-1-61520-680-3, release date January 2010
M. Corici, D. Vingarzan, A. Diez, T. Magedanz, C. Pampu, Q. Zhou. “Enhanced Access Network Discovery and Selection in
3GPP Evolved Packet Core”, IEEE LCN, October 2009
Competence Center NGNI
Fraunhofer FOKUS
Recent OpenEPC Publications II
Fabricio Gouveia, Sebastian Wahle, Niklas Blum, Thomas Magedanz, “Cloud Computing and EPC / IMS Integration:
New Value-added Services on Demand”, in MobiMedia 2009, 5th International Mobile Multimedia Communications
Conference Proceedings. ACM/ICST, 2009, accepted for publication in 2009
Good, Richard; Gouveia, Fabricio; Magedanz, Thomas; Ventura, Neco, “Policy-Based Middleware for QoS
Management and Signaling in the Evolved Packet System” In: Bonnin, Jean-Marie (Hrsg.) u.a.: Mobile Wireless
Middleware, Operating Systems, and Applications : Second International Conference, Mobilware 2009, Berlin,
Germany, April 28-29, 2009 Proceedings. Berlin [u.a.]: Springer, 2009, S. 115-128 (Lecture Notes of the Institute for
Computer Sciences, Social Informatics and Telecommunications Engineering 7)
Diez A., Gouveia F., Corici M., Magedanz T., “The PCC Rule in the 3GPP IMS Policy and Charging Control Architecture”,
IEEE Global Telecommunications Conference (Globecom), New Orleans, ISBN: 978-1-4244-2324-8, December 2008
M. Corici, F. Gouveia, T. Magedanz, “A Network Controlled QoS Model over the 3GPP Evolved Packet Core”, Chapter
12, pp. 255-275 in "Advances in Broadband Communication and Networks", Editors: J.I. Agbinya, et.al., River
Publishers Series in Communications; ISBN: 978-87-92329-00-4 (c) 2008 River Publishers, Denmark, September
2008
Corici, M. I.; Gouveia, F. C.; Magedanz, T., “A Network Controlled QoS Model over the 3GPP System Architecture
Evolution”, Second Australian Conference on Wireless Broadband and Ultra Wideband Communications - AusWireless
2007, Crowne Plaza Hotel, S H
Competence Center NGNI
Fraunhofer FOKUS
FI Related Publications I
Sebastian Wahle, Anastasius Gavras, Fabricio Gouveia, Halid Hrasnica, and Thomas Magedanz. Network
Domain Federation - Infrastructure for Federated Testbeds. In 2008 NEM Summit - Towards Future
Media Internet, pages 179 - 184, Saint-Malo, France, October 2008. Eurescom GmbH. ISBN 978-3-00025978-4.
Sebastian Wahle and Thomas Magedanz. Network Domain Federation - An Architectural View on How to
Federate Testbeds. In Fireworks Strategy Workshop - Position Statements, Paris, France, September
2008.
Florian Schreiner, Sebastian Wahle, Niklas Blum, and Thomas Magedanz. Modular Exposure of Next
Generation Network Services to Enterprises and Testbed Federations. In Second International
Conference on Communications and Electronics (HUT-ICCE 2008), pages 98 - 103, Hoi An, Vietnam,
June 2008. IEEE. ISBN: 978-1-4244-2425-2.
Sebastian Wahle, Niklas Blum, and Thomas Magedanz. Evolution of the Open IMS Playground - Open
Next Generation Network Testbeds in Face of Service Oriented Architectures, Web2.0 and European
Testbed Federations. In Mobilfunk - Technologien und Anwendungen, ITG-Fachbericht 208, pages 49 54. VDE VERLAG GmbH, May 2008. ISBN: 978-3-8007-3104-6, ISSN: 0932-6022.
Thomas Magedanz, Florian Schreiner, and Sebastian Wahle. From NGN to Future Internet Testbed
Management - Collaborative Testbeds as Enabler for Cross-Technology, Cross-Layer, and Cross-Domain
Communication and Network Research. Tele Kommunikation Aktuell, 62(5-6):20-40, 2008. ISSN 16192036.
Competence Center NGNI
Fraunhofer FOKUS
FI Related Publications II
Thomas Magedanz and Sebastian Wahle. Control Framework Design for Future Internet Testbeds. e & i
Elektrotechnik und Informationstechnik, 07/08, August 2009. ISSN: 0932-383X (print) ISSN: 1613-7620
(online).
Thomas Magedanz, Florian Schreiner, and Sebastian Wahle. Service-Oriented Testbed Infrastructures and CrossDomain Federation for Future Internet Research. In 2009 IFIP/IEEE International Symposium on Integrated
Network Management Proceedings, New York, USA, June 2009. IEEE.
Anastasius Gavras, Halid Hrasnica, Sebastian Wahle, David Lozano, Denis Mischler, and Spyros Denazis. Towards
the Future Internet - A European Research Perspective, chapter Control of Resources in Pan-European Testbed
Federation, pages 67 - 78. IOS Press, May 2009. ISBN 978-1-60750-007-0.
Sebastian Wahle, Thomas Magedanz, Anastasius Gavras, Halid Hrasnica, and Spyros Denazis. Technical
Infrastructure for a Pan-European Federation of Testbeds. In Testbeds and Research Infrastructures for the
Development of Networks & Communities and Workshops, 2009. TridentCom 2009. 5th International
Conference on, pages 1-8, Washington DC, USA, April 2009. IEEE. ISBN: 978-1-4244-2846-5.
Competence Center NGNI
Fraunhofer FOKUS
FI Related Publications III
Sebastian Wahle, Thomas Magedanz, and Anastasius Gavras. Towards the Future Internet - Emerging
Trends from European Research, chapter Conceptual Design and Use Cases for a FIRE Resource
Federation Framework, pages 51-62. IOS Press, April 2010. ISBN: 978-1-60750-538-9 (print), 978-160750-539-6 (online).
http://www.booksonline.iospress.nl/Content/View.aspx?piid=16471
Konrad Campowsky, Thomas Magedanz, and Sebastian Wahle. Resource Management in Large Scale
Experimental Facilities: Technical Approach to Federate Panlab and PlanetLab. In 12th IEEE/IFIP
Network Operations and Management Symposium (NOMS 2010). IEEE/IFIP, April 2010.
Sebastian Wahle, Thomas Magedanz, and Konrad Campowsky. Interoperability in Heterogeneous
Resource Federations. In International Conference on Testbeds and Research Infrastructures for the
Development of Networks and Communities (TRIDENTCOM 2010). ICST/Springer, May 2010.
Sebastian Wahle and Anastasius Gavras. Federation interoperability – dealing with heterogeneity.
Position paper at NSF/FIRE Workshop on Federating Computing Resources, May 2010.
http://svn.planet-lab.org/wiki/FederationWorkshop
Sebastian Wahle, Bogdan Harjoc, Konrad Campowsky, Thomas Magedanz, and Anastasius Gavras.
Pan-European testbed and experimental facility federation – architecture refinement and
implementation. Inderscience International Journal of Communication Networks and Distributed
Systems (IJCNDS), Special Issue: Recent Advances in Test-bed Driven Networking Research,
5(1/2):67-87, June 2010. ISSN (Online): 1754-3924 - ISSN (Print): 1754-3916.

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