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The registration cost for the two-day workshop is 300 € for early-birds (until September 15th, 2013), 350 € regular registration, including
- electronic proceedings (submitted to IEEE Xplore)
- social dinner on the evening of October 10th, 2013
Please register via Amiando.
Thursday, October 10th, 2013
Removing Roadblocks from SDN: OpenFlow Software Switch Performance on Intel DPDK
Gergely Pongracz, László Molnár and Zoltán Lajos Kis.
Performance Evaluation of a Scalable Software-Defined Networking Deployment
Siamak Azodolmolky, Philipp Wieder and Ramin Yahyapour
Implementation and Evaluation of a carrier-grade OpenFlow Virtualization Scheme
Pontus Sköldström and Wolfgang John.
Control of Multiple Packet Schedulers for Improving QoS on OpenFlow/SDN Networking
Airton Ishimori, Fernando Farias, Eduardo Cerqueira and Antônio Abelém.
Technical session II: Virtual appliances and virtual networks
Virtual Public Networks
Arjuna Sathiaseelan, Charalampos Rotsos, Sriram C S, Dirk Trossen, Panagiotis Papadimitriou and Jon Crowcroft.
Rethinking Access Networks with High Performance Virtual Software BRASes
Roberto Bifulco, Thomas Dietz, Felipe Huici, Mohamed Ahmed, Joao Martins, Saverio Niccolini and Hans-Joerg Kolbe.
Dynamic VPN Optimization by ALTO Guidance
Michael Scharf, Vijay Gurbani, Thomas Voith, Manuel Stein, W. Roome, Greg Soprovich and Volker Hilt.
Technical session III: SDN Architectures and APIs
On the feasibility of a consistent and fault-tolerant data store for SDNs
Fábio Botelho, Fernando M. V. Ramos, Diego Kreutz and Alysson Bessani.
OpenFlow Needs you! A Call for a Discussion About a Cleaner OpenFlow API
Peter Peresini, Maciej Kuzniar and Dejan Kostic.
Taming SDN Controllers in Heterogeneous Hardware Environments
Zdravko Bozakov and Amr Rizk.
Virtual Aggregation using SDN
Pontus Sköldström and Belgis Chial Sanchez.
Technical session IV: Access and Home networks
Enabling service market in metro and access networks – the ADDONAS project
Artur Binczewski, Wojbor Bogacki, Łukasz Dolata, John Dunne, Lukasz Lechert, Andre Oehlschlaeger, Lukasz Podleski, Milosz Przywecki, Bijan Rofoee, Dimitra Simeonidou and Georgios Zervas.
CROWD: An SDN Approach for DenseNets
Hassan Ali-Ahmad, Claudio Cicconetti, Antonio de La Oliva, Martin Draexler, Rohit Gupta, Vincenzo Mancuso, Laurent Roullet and Vincenzo Sciancalepore
HomeVisor: Adapting Home Network Environments
Tomasz Fratczak, Matthew Broadbent, Panagiotis Georgopoulos and Nicholas Race.
Friday, October 11th, 2013
Technical session V: Open Session
SDN-based Application-Aware Networking on the Example of YouTube Video Streaming
Michael Jarschel, Florian Wamser, Thomas Höhn, Thomas Zinner and Phuoc Tran-Gia.
Exploiting OpenFlow resources towards a Content-Centric LAN
Kostas Choumas, Nikos Makris, Thanasis Korakis, Leandros Tassiulas and Max Ott.
Datacenter in a box: test your SDN cloud-datacenter controller at home
Gianni Antichi, Davide Adami, José Teixeira, Alessio Del Chiaro, Stefano Giordano and Alexandre Santos.
NetIDE: First steps towards an integrated development environment for portable network apps
Federico Michele Facca, Holger Karl, Diego R. Lopez, Pedro Andres Aranda Gutierrez, Dejan Kostic and Roberto Riggio.
Industry session I: Accelerating SDN switches: hardware and software approaches
Speakers to be confirmed
Industry session II: Network Function Virtualization, Network Function Chaining
confirmed speakers: Diego Lopez (Telefonica), Nic Leymann (Deutsche Telekom), Antonio Manzalini (Telecom Italia)
Industry session III: Testing of SDN and OpenFlow
Speakers to be confirmed
The Second European Workshop on Software Defined Networks will be held on October 10/11, 2013, in Berlin at the Berlin Congress Center (BCC). This year we decided to go to the center of Berlin in order to be easier to find than last year.
More information on their website at: http://ewsdn.org/