1 NEXT GENERATION CLOUDS, THE CHAMELEON CLOUD TESTBED, AND SOFTWARE DEFINED NETWORKING (SDN) Principal Investigator: Kate Keahey Co-PIs: J. Mambretti, D.K. Panda, P. Rad, W. Smith, D. Stanzione Presented By Joe Mambretti, Director, International Center for Advanced Internet Research, Northwestern University GENI-Network Innovators Community Event San Francisco, California November 10, 2015 NOVEMBER 1 0,
2 TESTBED TO SUPPORT THE COMMUNITY S RESEARCH CHALLENGES Big Data Data volume, velocity and variety Build the right testbed Make the environment The community builds the testbed, and afterwards the testbed will shape the community Programmable networks cheap, ubiquitous sensors and other emergent trends Big Instruments Cyber-Physical Systems, Observatories Big Compute A wide range of data analytics Reach the right community Have the right team
3 CHAMELEON: A POWERFUL AND FLEXIBLE EXPERIMENTAL INSTRUMENT Large-scale Targeting Big Data, Big Compute, Big Instrument research Over 650 nodes, 5 PB disk, 100G network Reconfigurable Bare metal reconfiguration, single instrument, graduated approach for ease-of-use Connected Workload and Trace Archive, partners with production clouds Complementary Complementing GENI, Comet, Wrangler, XSEDE Partnering with GENI, Grid 5000, OCC, OSDC et al (FIRE?) Sustainable Strong industry connections Currently - Number of users is 481 Number of projects is 135.
4 RESEARCH COMMUNITIES AND CAPABILITIES Users New models, algorithms, platforms, auto-scaling HA, etc., Application and educational uses Persistent, reliable, shared cloud Core Researchers and Users Repeatable experiments in new models, algorithms, platforms, auto-scaling, HA, etc. Isolated partition, pre-configured images reconfiguration Core Researchers Virtualization technology (SR-IOV, accelerators, etc.) Infrastructure-level resource management Isolated partition, full bare metal reconfiguration
5 SUPPORTED APPLICATIONS AND RESEARCH CPS Offloading, muti-criteria trade-off analysis (response time vs cost), auto-scaling, high availability, etc. Machine learning, data mining Mix of Big Compute and Big Data simulations and models, design of novel data processing frameworks System Software/Virtualization Hypervisors optimizing a range of qualities, SR-IOV, virtualizing accelerators, etc. Networking Programmable networks & QoS, refinement and effects of SR- IOV, large dataflows, end-to-end QoS
6 ARCHITECTURE SCUs connect to core and fully connected to each other Switch Standard Cloud Unit 42 compute servers + 4 storage servers x2 Core Services Front End and Data Mover Nodes Chameleon Core Network 100Gbps uplink public network (each site) To UTSA, GENI, Future Partners 504 x86 Compute Servers 48 Dist. Storage Servers 102 Heterogeneous Servers 16 Mgt and Storage Chicago Nodes Austin Switch Standard Cloud Unit 42 compute servers + 4 storage servers x10 Core Services 3 PB Central File Systems, Front End and Data Movers Heterogeneous Cloud Units Alternate Processors and Networks 6 Chameleon: RSV Presentation
7 SYSTEM SOFTWARE: CORE CAPABILITIES Users Persistent clouds OpenStack Pre-configured Image Catalog VM images Core Researchers and Users Pre-configured Image Catalog Bare metal images Core Researchers Provisioning LosF (TACC) OpenFlow (GENI) Scheduling OAR2 (Grid 5000) Orchestration Cloudinit.d 7 Chameleon: RSV Presentation
8 CHAMELEON SERVICES AND FEATURES User Services Allocation management through reservations, automatic image deployment Dedicated Web portal for reservations, docs, stats, etc. Experiment Support Trace and Workload Archive Experiment enhancement (e.g., load generators) Additional Features Reconfigurable, connected instrument Development-focused approach Ease-of- use: one stop shopping for experimental needs Distinct from off-the-shelf cloud services Code ownership and collaboration
9 NETWORKING CAPABILITIES Expose SDN, OpenFlow, etc. to users Isolation Hybrid Network Capabilities Programmable Topologies Integration With Other Resources Within and External to the Testbed Pushing 100G Networks To Their Limit Using 100G + SDN Optimally Chameleon appliances and services allow experimenters a highly granulated view into -- and control -- over traffic flows Integration/Federation with GENI (Et Al *N Testbeds) Within Common Policy Context
10 PARTNERSHIP WITH GENI COMMUNITY Chameleon Enables the GENI Virtual Laboratory For Networking and Distributed Systems Research and Education To Extended Significantly With Many New Types of Resources. This Blending of Resources Will Enable Investigations Of New Types Of Innovative Highly Distributed Environments at Scale.
11 GENI-CHAMELEON FEDERATION Federation: ~ Identity Federation (Authentication/Authorization) Goal: Experiments Should Be Able To Log Into Either The GENI or Chameleon Environments Through a Federated Identity Mechanism. After An Experimenter Logs In, Portals Should Be Able To Identify the Groups And Or Projects In Which That Experimenter is a Member To Verify Access To Resources That Belong To Specific Projects.
12 GENI AND OPENID: PHASE 1 GENI Currently Supports an OpenID Provider (OP) Through Which Identity Can Be Federated to Services. The Phase 1 Implementation is Thanks to Matthew Hanlon of TACC Phase 1: GENI Chameleon Federation. Chameleon Has Implemented an OpenID RP To Receive Identity Information From GENI. However, A Project Association Is Required Currently, GENI Experimenters Who Would Like To Use Chameleon Need To Be Added As Members Of the GENI/Chameleon Federation Project In The GENI Environment.
13 GENI AND OPENID: PHASE 1 (CONT.A) Afterward, When They Are Project Members, Chameleon Resources Are Shown As Available. They Can See And Select A Use-Chameleon Button That Brings Them To the Chameleon/OpenID Page Where They Will Be Authenticated And Then Automatically Added To The GENI/Chameleon Federation Project In the Chameleon Environment. Subsequently, They Have Log-In Access to Chameleon OpenStack interface(s) And Can Log Into Chameleon Using Their GENI OpenID directly from the Chameleon Portal.
14 GENI AND OPENID: PHASE 1 (CONT.B) This Project Association Provides A Means To Allow Initial Exploration and Evaluation of the Chameleon Environment By Experimenters If The Environment Proves To Be Useful, The Experimenters Can Establish Their Own Chameleon Projects To Enable Larger Scaling of Resources Refernce: Subsequent Slides Depicting This Proces, Provided By Matthew Hanlon
15 PHASE 2 Phase 2: Chameleon GENI Federation The GENI Portal Cannot Receive OpenID Federated Identity Information From Another Source (Relaying Party or RP, i.e., Chameleon) This Issue Is Being Addressed Through the G C Federation Project. Chameleon Will Soon Implement a Process to Transmit Identity Information to GENI Enable Federation from Chameleon -> GENI Creating OpenID RP in GENI Portal Creating OpenID OP in Chameleon Portal 3. Investigating Potential For Chameleon Shibboleth IdP to log In To GENI (Technique Used By SAVI, Which Uses OpenStack & ShibldPTo Send Project Data From Keystone To LDAP)
16 PHASE 3 Project Federation Between GENI and Chameleon A Mechanism Is Required To Enable An Experimenter To Bring a GENI Project to Chameleon GENI Designates A Project Lead Who Is Manually Approved (e.g., FT Faculty at Accredited Research Institution)
17 PHASE 4 Plans Are To Enable GENI Experiments To Reserve And Use Chameleon Resources Without Using The CC User Interface This Requires Some Development Activities By The Chameleon Systems Team Addressing Issues At: API Layer Control Plane Layer Orchestration Layer Data Plane Layer SDI Infrastructure Federation Etc
18 PHASE 5: FEDERATION-AS-A-SERVICE Federation-as-a-Service Generalized Architectural Model For Federation With N Testbeds (GENI, FIRE, Chameleon, CloudLab, OSDC, CERN CT, SAVI, OCX, JGN- X, IOFT, NGN, GTS, and Many Others) SDX Implementations (e.g., StarLight SDX) Will Be Key Resources An Open Architecture API Would Be Useful Also, Mechanisms For Policy Implementation Architecture Should Incorporate Options For Policy Based Access to Other SDN Resources Policy Architecture For SDN Is Progressing Through Standardization Processes
19 CHAMELEON-GENI FEDERATION The initial phase of the Chameleon-GENI Federation supports Identity and Project federation between Chameleon and GENI. GENI users can log in to the Chameleon Portal using their GENI OpenID credentials. From the Log In screen, select Log in with GENI from under Other login options.
20 CHAMELEON-GENI FEDERATION After choosing to Log in with GENI, users are directed to the GENI Portal federated login screen. Users can select their identity provider and log in to GENI as usual.
21 CHAMELEON-GENI FEDERATION After successful login, users are asked to confirm that they consent to GENI releasing some information to Chameleon. This information includes: Full name address GENI username GENI project membership
22 CHAMELEON-GENI FEDERATION After consenting to information exchange between GENI and Chameleon, users are directed back to the Chameleon Portal. If this is the first time the user has logged in to the Chameleon Portal using GENI OpenID then the user is prompted to connect their account. If the remote GENI user has the same address as an existing Chameleon user, then the user is prompted to connect their account. If the does not match then the user can either connect to an existing account to create a new account.
23 CHAMELEON-GENI FEDERATION Once the identity connection between GENI and Chameleon is established, the user is logged in. If the Chameleon-Federation project is not in the user s list of GENI projects they are prompted to learn more about the federation and join the Chameleon- Federation project on GENI.
24 CHAMELEON-GENI FEDERATION Once the identity connection between GENI and Chameleon is established, the user is logged in. If the Chameleon-Federation project is not in the user s list of GENI projects they are prompted to learn more about the federation and join the Chameleon- Federation project on GENI. If they are on the GENI project, they can activate access to Chameleon.
25 CHAMELEON-GENI FEDERATION Once the identity connection between GENI and Chameleon is established, the user is logged in. If the Chameleon-Federation project is not in the user s list of GENI projects they are prompted to learn more about the federation and join the Chameleon- Federation project on GENI. If they are on the GENI project, they can activate access to Chameleon.
26 CHAMELEON-GENI FEDERATION Once active, the project will appear in the users list of Active Projects, and access to launch instances under that project will be available in the OpenStack Dashboard. After testing out Chameleon using the shared GENI-Federation Project, users who wish to scale up their research experiments on Chameleon should submit a project request in order to acquire more time on the system.
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