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Zenoh-based Dataflow Framework for Autonomous Vehicles

Gabriele Baldoni, Julien Loudet, Luca Cominardi, Angelo Corsaro, Yong He
<span title="2021-11-29">2021</span> <i title="Zenodo"> Zenodo </i> &nbsp;
Autonomous Vehicle Softwares are complex to implement. They have strong security and safety constraints and are at the crossroad of several domains, thus leading to as many independent components. Plus, as foreseen by the Vehicle to Everything paradigm, Autonomous Vehicles are expected to interact with their surroundings, again increasing their overall complexity. To cope with these requirements, frameworks based on dataflow programming are emerging. Indeed, dataflow programming is particularly
more &raquo; ... suited in this context as it is already being used in robotics and time-critical applications. However, it was not designed with decentralization in mind, hence leaving all communication-related aspects to application developers. To address these challenges, we propose to leverage Eclipse Zenoh, an Edge-native technology. For that purpose, we first show how we used Zenoh to enhance ERDOS, a dataflow framework for Autonomous Vehicles. We then motivate and draft our own dataflow framework based on Zenoh: Zenoh Flow.
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Managing the far-Edge: are today's centralized solutions a good fit?

Gabriele Baldoni, Luca Cominardi, Milan Groshev, Antonio De la Oliva, Angelo Corsaro
<span title="2021-06-10">2021</span> <i title="Zenodo"> Zenodo </i> &nbsp;
Edge computing has established itself as the foundation for next-generation mobile networks, IT infrastructure, and industrial systems thanks to promised low network latency, computation offloading, and data locality. These properties empower key use-cases like Industry 4.0, Vehicular Communication, and the Internet of Things. Nowadays implementation of Edge computing is based on extensions to available Cloud computing software tools. While this approach accelerates adoption, it hinders the
more &raquo; ... oyment of the aforementioned use-cases that requires an infrastructure largely more decentralized than Cloud data centers, notably in the far-Edge of the network. In this context, this work aims at (i) analyzing the differences between Cloud and Edge infrastructures, (ii) analyzing the architecture adopted by the most prominent open-source Edge computing solutions, and (iii) evaluating those solutions in terms of scalability and service instantiation time in a medium-size far Edge system. Results show that mainstream Edge solutions require powerful centralized controllers and always-on connectivity, making them unsuitable for highly decentralized scenarios in the far-Edge where stable and high-bandwidth links are not ubiquitous.
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Distributed mobility management solutions for next mobile network architectures

Luca Cominardi, Fabio Giust, Carlos J. Bernardos, Antonio De La Oliva
<span title="">2017</span> <i title="Elsevier BV"> <a target="_blank" rel="noopener" href="https://fatcat.wiki/container/blfmvfslmbggxhopuigjdb3jma" style="color: black;">Computer Networks</a> </i> &nbsp;
Cominardi et al. / Computer Networks 121 (2017) 124-136 Luca Cominardi received his Bachelor's and Master's degree in Computer Science at University of Brescia, Italy.  ... 
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Adaptive Telemetry for Software-Defined Mobile Networks

Luca Cominardi, Sergio Gonzalez-Diaz, Antonio de la Oliva, Carlos J. Bernardos
<span title="2020-03-19">2020</span> <i title="Springer Science and Business Media LLC"> <a target="_blank" rel="noopener" href="https://fatcat.wiki/container/3izr2b7idfhjrp7ojmgew3mlbm" style="color: black;">Journal of Network and Systems Management</a> </i> &nbsp;
The forthcoming set of 5G standards will bring programmability and flexibility to levels never seen before. This has required introducing changes in the architecture of mobile networks, enabling different features such as the split of control and data planes, as required to support the rapid programming of heterogeneous data planes. Software Defined Networking (SDN) has emerged as a basic toolset for operators to manage their infrastructure, as it opens up the possibility of running a multitude
more &raquo; ... of intelligent and advanced applications for network optimization purposes in a centralized network controller. However, the very basic nature that makes possible this efficient management and operation in a flexible way-the logical centralizationposes important challenges due to the lack of proper monitoring tools, suited for SDN-based architectures. In order to take timely and right decisions while operating a network, centralized intelligence applications need to be fed with a continuous stream of up-to-date network statistics. However, this is not feasible with current SDN solutions due to scalability and accuracy issues. This article first analyzes the monitoring issues in current SDN solutions and then proposes a telemetry framework for software defined mobile networks capable of adapting to the various 5G services. Finally, it presents an experimental validation that shows the benefits of the proposed solution at alleviating the load on the control and data planes, improving the reactiveness to network events, and providing better accuracy for network measurements. • OAM defines stateful mechanisms that must be executed on the switch. • OpenFlow defines a stateless forwarding model for the switch and delegates stateful logic to the controller. As a consequence, realizing SDN-based monitoring presents significant challenges both in terms of scalability and accuracy in mobile networks. Indeed, the network controller needs to directly perform the necessary measurements on each of the numerous (up to tens of thousands) and distant (up to hundreds of kms) network nodes and links with the required precision and granularity (up to microseconds) in order to provide the necessary reliability (up to 99.9999%) to the very distinct services in 5G. To overcome those issues, current SDN-based monitoring approaches needs to be augmented with an automated communication process, namely telemetry, by which measurements and other data are: (i) generated and collected locally at network nodes subject to different service requirements, and (ii) transmitted to the controller for enabling an optimal network management. The goal of this article is therefore to: (i) analyze the mismatch between current OAM tools and SDN solutions in mobile networks, and to (ii) propose a telemetry solution for software-defined mobile networks capable of adapting to the various service requirements expected in 5G. The remainder of the article is structured as follows: Sect. 2 provides an overview of SDN/OpenFlow, OAM and 5G networks for those readers not familiar with these concepts. 1 Afterward, Sect. 3 reports the analysis of the various issues in building an SDN-based monitoring in mobile networks. Next, Sect. 4 presents our solution which is experimentally evaluated in Sect. 5. Finally, Sect. 6 draws the conclusions.
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Gilan Roaming: Roam Like At Home In A Multi-Provider Nfv Environment

Juhoon Kim, Luis M. Contreras, Pierluigi Greto, Hilmar Magnusson, Hagen Woesner, Daniel Fritzsche, Luca Cominardi, Carlos J. Bernardos
<span title="2018-06-21">2018</span> <i title="Zenodo"> Zenodo </i> &nbsp;
'Roam Like at Home' is a slogan used to express the new roaming regulation applied to the countries within the European Union. Since June 15th, 2017, mobile network subscribers of the network operators within the European Union can use mobile services in other European countries without having extra charges for it. Although almost all mobile sub- scribers within countries of the European Union benefits from the new roaming rule, many mobile service providers are yet to be adapted to this
more &raquo; ... Therefore, those providers bear the burden of the cost for the inter-provider traffic. Moreover, the latency between subscribers and their operator specific content must be reduced in order to provide a roaming service 'like at home'. An emerging virtualization technology such as a Network Function Virtualization (NFV) sheds light on these challenges. This paper describes the concept of the mobile roaming service and our on-going implementation work as a part of 5G-PPP 5GEx project which aims at localizing inter-provider mobile traffic within the virtualized network infrastructure.
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Distributed mobility management for future 5G networks: overview and analysis of existing approaches

Fabio Giust, Luca Cominardi, Carlos Bernardos
<span title="">2015</span> <i title="Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE)"> <a target="_blank" rel="noopener" href="https://fatcat.wiki/container/risok53fz5a7tj5f2bczy5zmpq" style="color: black;">IEEE Communications Magazine</a> </i> &nbsp;
The ever-increasing demand of mobile internet traffic is pushing operators to look for solutions to increase the available bandwidth per user and per unit of area. At the same time, they need to reduce the load in the core network at a reasonable cost in their future 5G deployments. Today's trend points to the deployment of extremely dense networks in order to provide ubiquitous connectivity at high data rates. However, this is hard to couple with the current mobile networks' architecture,
more &raquo; ... is heavily centralized, posing difficult challenges when coping with the foreseen explosion of mobile data. Additionally, future 5G networks will exhibit disparate types of services, posing different connectivity requirements. Distributed Mobility Management is emerging as a valid framework to design future mobile network architectures, taking into account the requirements for large traffic in the core and the rise of the extremely dense wireless access networks. In this article, we discuss the adoption of a Distributed Mobility Management approach for mobile networks, and analyze the operation of the main existing solutions proposed so far, including a first practical evaluation based on experiments with real Linux-based prototype implementations.
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Modeling Mobile Edge Computing Deployments for Low Latency Multimedia Services

Jorge Martin-Perez, Luca Cominardi, Carlos J. Bernardos, Antonio de la Oliva, Arturo Azcorra
<span title="">2019</span> <i title="Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE)"> <a target="_blank" rel="noopener" href="https://fatcat.wiki/container/2urpunhul5at5iqjzf7und2kba" style="color: black;">IEEE transactions on broadcasting</a> </i> &nbsp;
Multi-access Edge Computing (MEC) technologies bring important improvements in terms of network bandwidth, latency and use of context information, critical for services like multimedia streaming, augmented and virtual reality. In future deployments, operators will need to decide how many MEC Points of Presence (PoPs) are needed and where to deploy them, also considering the number of base stations needed to support the expected traffic. This article presents an application of inhomogeneous
more &raquo; ... on point processes with hard-core repulsion to model feasible MEC infrastructure deployments. With the presented methodology a mobile network operator knows where to locate the MEC PoPs and associated base stations to support a given set of services. We evaluate our model with simulations in realistic scenarios, namely Madrid city center, an industrial area, and a rural area.
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5G-Crosshaul Network Slicing Enabling Multi-Tenancy In Mobile Transport Networks

Xi Li, Ramon Casellas, Giada Landi, Antonio de la Oliva, Xavier Costa-Perez, Andrés García-Saavedra, Thomas DeiB, Luca Cominardi, Ricard Vilalta
<span title="2017-08-01">2017</span> <i title="Zenodo"> Zenodo </i> &nbsp;
Luca Cominardi received his B.S. and M.Sc. degrees in Computer Science from University of Brescia, Italy.  ... 
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Realistic Experimentation Environments for Intelligent and Distributed Management and Orchestration (MANO) in 5G and beyond [article]

Nina Slamnik-Kriještorac, Paola Soto, Miguel Camelo, Luca Cominardi, Steven Latré, Johann M. Marquez-Barja
<span title="2021-12-08">2021</span> <i title="Zenodo"> Zenodo </i> &nbsp;
As manual Management and Orchestration (MANO) of services and resources might delay the execution of MANO operations and negatively impact the performance of 5G and beyond Vehicle-to-Everything (V2X) services, applying AI in MANO to enable automation and intelligence is an imperative. The Network Function Virtualization (NFV), Software Defined Networking (SDN), and Artificial Intelligence (AI), could all together mitigate those challenges, and enable true automation in MANO operations. Thus, in
more &raquo; ... this demo paper we will showcase the use of real-life testbed environments (Smart Highway and Virtual Wall, Belgium) and the Proof-of-concept that we build to conduct realistic experimentation and validation of intelligent and distributed MANO in a dynamic network such as a V2X system.
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A first implementation and evaluation of the IEEE 802.11aa group addressed transmission service

Pablo Salvador, Luca Cominardi, Francesco Gringoli, Pablo Serrano
<span title="2013-12-31">2013</span> <i title="Association for Computing Machinery (ACM)"> <a target="_blank" rel="noopener" href="https://fatcat.wiki/container/g4bof3rzarbpjigq5zxjkozv2u" style="color: black;">Computer communication review</a> </i> &nbsp;
The IEEE 802.11aa Task Group has recently standardized a set of mechanisms to efficiently support video multicasting, namely, the Group Addressed Transmission Service (GATS). In this article, we report the implementation of these mechanisms over commodity hardware, which we make publicly available, and conduct a study to assess their performance under a variety of real-life scenarios. To the best of our knowledge, this is the first experimental assessment of GATS, which is performed along three
more &raquo; ... axes: we report their complexity in terms of lines of code, their effectiveness when delivering video traffic, and their efficiency when utilizing wireless resources. Our results provide key insights on the resulting trade-offs when using each mechanism, and paves the way for new enhancements to deliver video over 802.11 Wireless LANs.
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Dataplane Measurements On A Fronthaul And Backhaul Integrated Network

Thomas DeiB, Jorge Baranda, Luca Cominardi, Luis Miguel Contreras Murillo, Jessé Gomes, Sergio González, Paola Iovanna, Josep Mangues-Bafalluy, Nuria Molner, José Núñez-Martínez, Antonio de Oliva, Stefano Stracca
<span title="2017-06-22">2017</span> <i title="Zenodo"> Zenodo </i> &nbsp;
Future transport networks serving next generation accesses are expected to carry both fronthaul (FH) and backhaul (BH) traffic simultaneously. This new concept of network which integrates the FH and BH traffic over the same transport substrate is called Crosshaul. A Crosshaul network will use heterogeneous technologies, such as fiber, mmWave, or microwave, and selects the most appropriates ones depending on the use case. Moreover, the softwarization/virtualization trend on the networking
more &raquo; ... y indicates that Virtual Network Functions (VNFs) will process and exchange both BH and FH data plane traffic. This paper presents performance measurements on promising technologies for the implementation of a Crosshaul network. We investigate to which extent the requirements to carry FH traffic are satisfied by mmWave links, software and multi-layer hardware switches.
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5GEN: A tool to generate 5G infrastructure graphs

Jorge Martin-Perez, Luca Cominardi, Carlos J. Bernardos, Alain Mourad
<span title="">2019</span> <i title="IEEE"> <a target="_blank" rel="noopener" href="https://fatcat.wiki/container/ynj2zwfg5jdk7lxl2jjruobnnu" style="color: black;">2019 IEEE Conference on Standards for Communications and Networking (CSCN)</a> </i> &nbsp;
Ongoing research on 5G is looking on software platforms to evaluate new developments on 5G networks. Some 5G hardware is now starting to be available, but it is scarce and very limited, which makes validation and performance evaluation of 5G quite challenging. Simulation is the tool of choice for most of the cases, but this requires creating large descriptor files representing a 5G network. This brings forward the need for tools that facilitate the generation of 5G networks' topologies. In this
more &raquo; ... paper we present 5GEN, a tool that automatically creates graphs representing 5G networks. With 5GEN, a researcher can just define the number of resources, and 5GEN will generate the nodes and edges that interconnect them across the infrastructure. The tool has been successfully used to test several 5G network scenarios within the EU 5G-CORAL project.
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Understanding QoS Applicability in 5G Transport Networks

Luca Cominardi, Luis M. Contreras, Carlos J. Bcrnardos, Ignacio Berberana
<span title="">2018</span> <i title="IEEE"> <a target="_blank" rel="noopener" href="https://fatcat.wiki/container/ehadvaezrjarlhfmgjtf3mqnli" style="color: black;">2018 IEEE International Symposium on Broadband Multimedia Systems and Broadcasting (BMSB)</a> </i> &nbsp;
5G transport networks will need to accommodate a wide spectrum of services on top of the same physical infrastructure and network slicing is seen as a suitable candidate for providing the necessary quality of service (QoS). Traffic differentiation is usually enforced at the border of the network in order to ensure a proper forwarding of the traffic according to its class through the backbone. With network slicing, the traffic may now traverse many slice edges where the traffic policy needs to
more &raquo; ... enforced, discriminated and ensured, according to the service and tenants needs. The goal of this article is hence to analyze the impact of different QoS policies in case of having multiple network slices carrying fixed and mobile traffic.
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Building Realistic Experimentation Environments for AI-enhanced Management and Orchestration (MANO) of 5G and beyond V2X systems

Nina Slamnik-Kriještorac, Miguel Camelo, Luca Cominardi, Steven Latré, Johann M. Marquez-Barja
<span title="2021-12-08">2021</span> <i title="Zenodo"> Zenodo </i> &nbsp;
Cominardi† , Steven Latré∗ , Johann M.  ...  Building Realistic Experimentation Environments for AI-enhanced Management and Orchestration (MANO) of 5G and beyond V2X systems Nina Slamnik-Kriještorac∗ , Miguel Camelo Botero∗ , Luca  ... 
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Requirements and Specifications for the Orchestration of Network Intelligence in 6G [article]

Miguel Camelo, Luca Cominardi, Marco Gramaglia, Marco Fiore, Andres Garcia-Saavedra, Lidia Fuentes, Danny De Vleeschauwer, Paola Soto, Nina Slamnik-Kriještorac, Joaquín Ballesteros, Chia-Yu Chang, Gabriele Baldoni (+3 others)
<span title="2021-12-08">2021</span> <i title="Zenodo"> Zenodo </i> &nbsp;
Cominardi and G. Baldoni are with ADLINK Technology. M. Gramaglia is with University Carlos III of Madrid. M. Fiore is with IMDEA Networks Institute. A.  ... 
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