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Innovation Event
A partnership of Juniper Networks and SJSU
Charles W. Davidson College of Engineering
Student Innovation Contest
Student Innovation Contest
Goal: Provide SJSU CoE students with the opportunity to partner directly
with industry engineers to apply their skills and knowledge to solving realworld engineering problems.
What: An innovation contest for CoE students to submit and present solutions to
engineering problems posed by Juniper software and supply chain engineers
When: Friday, November 14; 2:00-5:00pm
Where: Juniper Networks Aspiration Dome in Sunnyvale, CA
Who: All graduate and undergraduate students are eligible to participate in the
contest. In addition, all CoE students, faculty and staff are welcome to attend the
event to cheer on competing students and learn more about Juniper.
Projects Overview
• Teams of 3-5 undergraduate and/or graduate students can register to complete
one of the four projects listed below
(note: students can compete on more than one team)
o Spark streaming plugin for high frequency data from network devices
o Troubleshooting IP CLOS fabrics for next generation data center clouds
o Mapping reduce workload estimation on a switch
o Process performance metric for supply chain
• Upon registration, teams will receive additional instructions to complete projects
• Teams will have access to faculty and Juniper engineers to answer questions
and support them as they complete their projects
• Prizes will include Juniper internships, iPads and other items
Projects Overview
#
Project
Brief Description
What You Need to
Deliver
What You Will Learn
Resources You Can Use
1
Spark streaming plugin
for high frequency data
from Network devices
Direct ingest of streaming data from
network device to Spark Streaming
which will be used by Spark Engine
to produce batch data
Create dashboards and insights
Software that
demonstrates data
collection,
dashboards and
interesting insights
Apache Spark
Analytics
UI technologies
Junos analytics
https://spark.apache.org/
Hadoop
Flume
UI Technologies such as
jquery, backbone.js
2
Troubleshooting IP
CLOS Fabrics for Next
Generation Data Center
Clouds
Create L3 IP CLOS fabrics for Data
centers using Juniper’s scripts
- Get visibility into the fabric
- Troubleshoot Cabling Issues
- Troubleshoot connectivity at L3
Program that
implements the
functionality
with/without a user
interface
Data Center Fabrics, CLOS
L2, L3 technologies
Python
About CLOS Fabrics
http://www.juniper.net/us/
en/local/pdf/whitepapers/
2000565-en.pdf
3
Map Reduce workload
estimation on a switch
Gather information about Map
Reduce work load on a switch,
communicate with Hadoop
JobTracker using Hadoop RPC
Program that
implements the
functionality
with/without a user
interface
Network setup with
Hadoop cluster
Map Reduce/Hadoop
Juniper Switching
http://hadoop.apache.org/
http://www.cloudera.com/
content/cloudera/en/traini
ng/courses/udacity/mapre
duce.html
Projects Overview
#
Project
Brief Description
What You Need to
Deliver
What You Will Learn
Resources You Can Use
4
Process Performance
Metric
Establish a metric to be
used to baseline current
process performance,
establish targets for
improvement, and drive
continuous improvement
to the metric.
• Establish a metric by
which Juniper can
baseline current process
performance of test
iterations.
• Juniper needs to be able
to establish a
methodology to manage
both performances for
an individual FRU and a
method to measure the
aggregate performance
across FRUs.
• Establish a methodology
for controlling the
process over time and
driving improvement to
the metric.
Six-Sigma, Lean, Process
Improvement and Control
• Additional project details
will be available in the
project overview
Judging Overview
• Teams must electronically submit a PowerPoint presentation of their proposed
solution by November 7
• Teams will then present their projects at the November 14 event at Juniper
Networks in Sunnyvale
• The panel of judges will be comprised of Juniper engineers and SJSU faculty
• Judging guidelines are based on the following company peer review criteria:
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Innovative: How innovative is the approach? How differentiated is it relative to others?
Impact to customer: How impactful will the approach be to the customer experience?
Readiness of delivery/demo: Is the end demonstration ready to be implemented?
Overall Presentation: What is the overall quality of the idea and demonstration? Is the
presentation of the approach good quality?
How to Sign Up
1. Register
•
Submit the attached registration form by Monday, October 13th to: [email protected]
2. Review project package
•
Shortly after registration, teams will receive a project “package” with additional information on the chosen
project, specific guidelines, and support resources (including direct access to Juniper engineers and faculty to
answer questions)
3. Submit proposed solutions
•
Teams must submit a PowerPoint presentation of their proposed solutions by November 7th to: [email protected] for advance review by the judges
4. Present project at Juniper Event
•
Teams present their projects to judges on Friday, November 14th at Juniper Networks
•
Winners in each project category will be announced at the event
•
The event will also include executive speakers, information on Juniper jobs/internships and opportunities to
network with SJSU alumni from Juniper
•
All College of Engineering students are welcome to attend the event to cheer on their peers
Thank You

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