OpenFlow Demo at GEC6November 17th, 2009, Guido Appenzeller in OpenFlow Blog
We had another major demo of OpenFlow today at the GENI Engineering Conference in Salt Lake City, Utah. The demo showed the use of a GENI Clearing House to reserve a virtual network slice across OpenFlow Networks at Stanford University, across the Internet2 Backbone and at Princeton University.
It was great to see that now a small number of projects inside GENI are making progress towards becoming deployable systems. Compliments to Rob Ricci’s demo of ProtoGENI which was very well done.
The evening before the major demo at the plenary, we also exhibited at the demo session that was held in the tower of the Rice Eccles Stadium. Thanks to Rob Sherwood, Srini Seetharaman, Jad Naous, Masayoshi Kobayahsi, Sapan Bhatia, Tony Mack, and Andy Bavier for the hard work that it took to make this happen. It was worth it!
Photo Gallery: GEC6