The objective of the project is to provide the necessary and optimized resources to IoTs of two types: massive IoTs and IoT actuators (low latency). As a case of use, we will work on the management of IoT resources applied in the field of energy. In this project, we propose to provide solutions to dynamically manage the slice resources of two types of connected objects: massive connected objects (IoTs) and actuators with a focus on energy uses, using SDN technologies ( Software Defined Networking) and NFV (Network Function Virtualization). SDN separates the control plan and the data plan, and has many advantages for more flexible and scalable network management, making network programming and natural integration to virtualization systems possible. On the other hand, NFV technology converts network processes traditionally associated with specialized proprietary hardware (eg routers, firewalls, etc.) into virtualized software platforms that run on standard generic hardware. These functions can be moved in the network on demand and resized as needed. SDN makes it possible to virtualize and move these network functions by adding flows or duplicating them for virtualized functions placed in the network. The combination of SDN and NFV will allow to instantiate / create virtual networks or slices networks on demand.
UNIVERSITÉ de la rochelle
VIRTUAL OPEN SYSTEMS
Université Paris-Est Marne-la-Vallée
NOKIA BELL LABS
During the scorpion project, many publications have been published, whether in 2019 and which have been approved for the appropriate organizations: Duc-Hung LUONG,Abdelkader OUTTAGARTS, Yacine GHAMRI-DOUDANE, Multi-level scheduling orchestration for network slicing toward 5G, NOF 2019 (accepted) Makram Bouzid, Duc Hung Luong, Dimitre Kostadinov, Yue Jin, Lorenzo Maggi, Abdelkader Outtagarts, and Armen Aghasaryan, Cooperative AI-based e2e Network Slice Scaling, IEEE INFOCOM 2019. El Hocine Bouzidi, Abdelkader Outtagarts, Rami Langar,Deep Reinforcement Learning Application for En savoir plus surPublications 2019[…]
This demo showcases how different virtual machines can benefit from sharing hardware accelerators through the vFPGAmanager framework, designed by Virtual Open Systems. This framework provides flexible and efficient FPGA acceleration for different virtualization solutions such as virtual machines, containers and unikernels. See More details
During the scorpion project, many publications have been published, whether in 2018 and which have been approved for the appropriate organizations: Duc-Hung LUONG, Huu-Trung THIEU, Abdelkader OUTTAGARTS, Yacine GHAMRI-DOUDANE, Cloudification and Autoscaling Orchestration for Container-based Mobile Network:Experimentation, Challenges and Perspectives, 2018 IEEE 87th Vehicular Technology Conference: VTC2018-Spring 3–6 June 2018, Porto, Portugal. Link. Duc-Hung LUONG, Huu-Trung THIEU, Abdelkader OUTTAGARTS, Yacine GHAMRI-DOUDANE, Predictive Autoscaling Orchestration for Cloud-native En savoir plus surPublications 2018[…]
Recent progress in sensor and communications have opened the road for the ever-growing development of Internet of Things (IoT) services, where a massive number of devices require access to the transport network, using widely deployed fixed or wireless access technologies and/or mobile Radio Access Network (RAN).Supporting IoT in the RAN is challenging, as IoT services En savoir plus surC-RAN Network Slicing Prototype for IoT and eMBB services[…]
Multiple services with heterogeneous characteristics are anticipated with fifth generation of mobile communications (5G). Each requires an infrastructure tuned to serve requirements.To maintain affordability, operators will provide these services over a common infrastructure segmented into different network slices. A slice is a logical network built using Virtualized Network Functions (VNFs) that are enabled by leveraging En savoir plus surNFV Orchestration Platform using Docker Swarm[…]
In our SDR Lab, we work with Ettus Research’s N200 and B200 Universal Software Radio Platform (USRP) series, which possess professional quality for research experiments and open architectures to be paired with general purpose computers. Below are some sample use cases. I- Slicing Prototype for C-RAN testbedII- Dynamic Network Slicing for IoT and eMBB servicesIII- En savoir plus surSDR-Lab testbeds[…]
September 10, 2018 was the Plenary of Emergence Projects Telecoms thematic group was held in the premises of Orange Gardens, during this event many project were presented and among them the project scorpion. Abdelkader set out the objectives of the project as well as the procreations that were carried out during the year.
The project officially started on September 1, 2017 for a duration of 24 months. September 11, 2017 had the first kickoff of the scorpion project. During this kickoff all the partners (Vertical M2M , NOKIA , Virtual Open System, Université Paris-Est Marne-la-Vallée, Université la Rochelle ) met at NOKIA for the distribution of the different En savoir plus surScorpion![…]