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Report
Applications of the
Future
[email protected]
September 14, 2014
1. What is US Ignite?
2. US Ignite Testbeds
3. Applications
4. Application Federation
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WHAT IS US IGNITE?
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Public-private
partnership
501(c)(3)
US Ignite
Nonprofit
NIST
Corporate
Partners
Cities /
testbeds
MOU Partners to
US Ignite Nonprofit
Developers
ONF
Code for
America
Internet2
Nat’l Day of
Civic
Hacking
Global City Teams (Partly
managed by US Ignite
Nonprofit)
US Ignite
Initiative
Congress
(funding)
NSF
Tom Kalil
Nick Maynard
US Ignite is only one
program within the
organizations and
agencies shown
OSTP-White
House
NCO/NITRD
GENI
(technology)
Mozilla
Ignite
CloudLab (NSF
Cloud) (Applications
support by US Ignite
Nonprofit)
MOU Partners to
US Ignite Nonprofit
US Ignite
Nonprofit
NIST
Corporate
Partners
Cities /
testbeds
Developers
ONF
Code for
America
Internet2
Nat’l Day of
Civic
Hacking
Global City Teams (Partly
managed by US Ignite
Nonprofit)
NSF
NIJ
Agencies being asked
to join the initiative
Dept. of Education
Dept. of Energy
Health Human Services
Dept. of Defense
Other agencies
OUR GOALS
60 next-generation applications
Infrastructure
Next-Gen
Applications
Economic
Leadership
200 community test beds
Coordinate best practices
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Current
Partners
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Typical App Characteristics
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Real-time (apparently instantaneous)
Very low latency
Reliable (no hiccups)
Cyberphysical interactions
Big data to the end user / anchor institution
Visual data exploration (“fly-through”)
Collaborative (in the moment)
Distributed
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US IGNITE TESTBEDS
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Locavore Infrastructure
Home or Small Business
Gig
TELCO
Definition of LOCAVORE
one who eats foods grown locally whenever
possible
(from Miriam-Webster)
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Customized Virtualization
Remote
surgery
Susan’s
Medical
Ordinary
Internet
Virtual
Physical
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US Ignite Communities
Tier 1: Customized virtualization
Tier 2: SDN intercity connections
Tier 3: Locavore = gigabit + GENI rack
Tier 4: Gigabit to and from the end user
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US Ignite Communities
Tier 1: Customized virtualization
Tier 2: SDN intercity connections
Tier 3: Locavore = gigabit + GENI rack
Tier 4: Gigabit to and from the end user
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US Ignite Communities
Tier 1: Customized virtualization
Tier 2: SDN intercity connections
Tier 3: Locavore = gigabit + GENI rack
Tier 4: Gigabit to and from the end user
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US Ignite Communities
Tier 1: Customized virtualization
Tier 2: SDN intercity connections
Tier 3: Locavore = gigabit + GENI rack
Tier 4: Gigabit to and from the end user
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US Ignite Communities
Tier 1: Customized virtualization
Tier 2: SDN intercity connections
Tier 3: Locavore = gigabit + GENI rack
Tier 4: Gigabit to and from the end user
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Tier 4: Gigabit to/from users
- Children’s Mercy Hospital
- Briefcase Health + SightDeck
- Gigabots
- Drone-carried WiFi
- Visualizing virtualized networks
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Tier 3: Locavore
- THRIVE pollution modeling
- Software lending library
- Educational real-time simulations
- Augmented reality tools for first responders
- Fitnet
- Remote physical therapy
- Babble
- C3STEM
- Chandelle
- Foresite health monitoring
- Hyeraudio
- In-home dementia monitoring
- OpenPath
- PDF Previewer
- Roshomon project
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Tier 2: SDN Inter-city apps
- THRIVE pollution modeling
- Cybersecurity as a service
- Looking for a needle in a video haystack
- Collaborative VR Surgical simulator
- Secure synchrophasor data
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Tier 1: Customized
Virtualization
- Universal Virtualized Applications
- Paradrop
- Secure Medical Records
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Chattanooga
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Burlington
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APPLICATIONS
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PM2.5 Modeling
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Courtesy David Lary
Remote Radiology
Public Apps Library
CASA Radar
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Courtesy Mike Zink
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Courtesy Mike Zink
Courtesy Mike Zink
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Courtesy EPB
SimCenter
VIDEO: us-ignite.org/Chattanooga-story
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Courtesy Tim Walsh
PlanIt Impact
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Courtesy PlanIt Impact Team
APPLICATION
FEDERATION
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Application Net Federation
• SDN/Virtual Networks
– Spin-up new application virtual network
– Spin-out new application virtual network
• Initialize as a clone of the current network
– Extend (new resources) an existing
application virtual network
– Merge two (or more) app virtual networks
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Application-to-Application
• Distributed application (single app)
• Peer-to-peer instances of an application
(single app)
• Services-oriented architecture (SOA)
– See next slide
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Services-Oriented
Federation
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Discovery: UDDI
Packets: SOAP
Semantic description: WSDL
Web services
– Example: Google MAP APIs
– Mash-ups
– WS-Security / SAML
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Fundamental blocks
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Authentication
Authorization
Trust
Tickets / tokens
Logging / billing
Stitching
….many many more
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Locavore Impact
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Attention and Civic Pride
Economic Development
Entrepreneurship
Smart City Ready
Internet of Things (Global City Teams)
National Recognition (US Ignite!)
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Customized Virtualization
Remote
surgery
Susan’s
Medical
Ordinary
Internet
Virtual
Physical
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10 weeks
Commercially Available
Wired data
caps
Mobile data caps
2 years
1 week
16 hrs
Netflix movie
100 min
10 min
Online backup
1 min
Web page
5 sec
50 ms
Locavore
½ sec
Terra Incognita
KB
MB
GB
TB
PB
10 weeks
Commercially Available
Wired data
caps
Mobile data caps
2 years
1 week
16 hrs
Netflix movie
100 min
4K video
10 min
Live radiology
Online backup
1 min
CASA
Sim Center
Locavore
50 ms
Future CASA
Web page
5 sec
½ sec
Flood Cube
Currently Infeasible
Cizzle
Remote 3D printer
Fly-through data
visualization
Synchrophaser
KB
MB
GB
TB
PB
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