«Networks and Systems» Department
Team leader : Sébastien Tixeuil Campus Pierre et Marie Curie 26-00/113
The "Networks and Systems" department gathers LIP6 research activities related to networks, systems, and distributed systems. We analyze and design solutions for constructing and managing networks, systems, and distributed systems of the future. Those themes are represented by five complementary teams: NPA and Phare focus on networks, REGAL and Whisper dedicate their research activity to Systems, while Almasty's focal point is communication security and cryptography. REGAL and Whisper teams are joint with Inria Paris.
Algorithms for dynamic environments, Distributed data management in multicore achitectures, Content management, Wireless and Mobile networks, Metrology and Internet governance, Next generation access networks, Internet and Sky computing, eHealth, Internet and Cybercriminality, Cloud, Infrastructure Software, Cryptology, Communication Security.
LIP6 events (NetSys)
- High performance network functions with Vector Packet Processing (VPP)
Schedule : 10:30
Speaker(s) : Jérôme TOLLET, Cisco Paris Innovation Research Lab
Vector Packet Processing (VPP) is a high performance data-plane running on commodity hardware. VPP is a framework for building bespoke network functions. This talk will give an introduction to VPP architecture and function and give examples of how virtual network functions can be...
25-26/515 - https://fd.io/technology/
- Platform for Network Data Analytics (PNDA) : Learn to Bootstrap an Open Source Big Data Platform
Schedule : 11:45
Speaker(s) : Jérémie GARNIER, Cisco Paris Innovation Research Lab
Innovation in the big data space is rapid, but combining multiple technologies into an end‐to‐end solution is extremely complex and time consuming. The vision of PNDA, the open source big data analytics platform, is to remove this complexity and allow developers to focus on their...
25-26/515 - http://pnda.io
- Video Streaming over Software Defined Networks
Schedule : 14:30
Speaker(s) : Muge Fesci Sayit (Ege University, Turkey)
Software Defined Networking (SDN) is a recently emerged paradigm introducing the separation of the data plane and the control plane of computer networks. By putting the network intelligence in the control plane, this technology allows network operators to develop and implement ap...
- ONOS Security and Performance Analysis Brigade Workshop
Workshop annuelle de la brigade "Security and Performance Analysis Brigade Workshop" du projet open source ONOS : https://wiki.onosproject.org/pages/viewpage.action?pageId=12422167
LIP6, salle 105 (1er étage), couloir 25-26, 4 place Jussieu, 75005 Paris
Sebastien.Tixeuil (at) nulllip6.fr