bwNET100G+

image/svg+xml Ulm University Security Concepts forHigh-Speed Networks University of Tübingen Methods for Flexible and Intelligent Networking BelWü Infrastructure KIT Data Transport in High-Speed Networks

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Within the next years, the research network of the state of Baden-Württemberg (BelWü) will be updated from 10 Gbit/s to 100 Gbit/s. However, a tenfold increase in physical bandwidth will not automatically cause a respective increase regarding quality of experience. First, the underlying technologies—both communications and access protocols, firewalls, intrusion detection systems, terminal devices, and numerous other components—need to be prepared for the 100G era. This is the only way to accomplish the high requirements regarding bandwidth and latency for services like HPC, Cloud Computing, or many other applications in the Big Data realm. Furthermore, security demands in 100G pose an enormous challenge. BelWü needs to meet these new challenges with suitable technical solutions.

Contributions by the Institute of Distributed Systems

One of the core goals of the project is to ensure the same level of security with higher bandwidth. The Institute of Distributed Systems mainly focuses on Intrusion Detection Systems and how they can tackle the challenges of high-speed networks.

Security in and by flexible networks—realised through Software Defined Networking—is another central research area for the Institute of Distributed Systems.

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Lukaseder, Thomas; Hunt, Alexander; Stehle, Christian; Wagner, Denis; van der Heijden, Rens W. and Kargl, Frank
An Extensible Host-Agnostic Framework for SDN-Assisted DDoS-Mitigation
Proceedings of the 42nd IEEE Conference on Local Computer Networks (LCN),
October 2017
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Bradatsch, Leonard; Lukaseder, Thomas and Kargl, Frank
A Testing Framework for High-Speed Network and Security Devices
Proceedings of the 42nd IEEE Conference on Local Computer Networks (LCN),
October 2017
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Lukaseder, Thomas; Maile, Lisa and Kargl, Frank
SDN-Assisted Network-Based Mitigation of Slow HTTP Attacks
1. KuVS Fachgespräch "Network Softwarization" – From Research to Application
October 2017
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Lukaseder, Thomas; Bradatsch, Leonard; Erb, Benjamin; van der Heijden, Rens W. and Kargl, Frank
A Comparison of TCP Congestion Control Algorithms in 10G Networks
Proceedings of the 41st IEEE Conference on Local Computer Networks (LCN) , page 706-714.
November 2016
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Lukaseder, Thomas; Bradatsch, Leonard; Erb, Benjamin and Kargl, Frank
Setting Up a High-Speed TCP Benchmarking Environment — Lessons Learned
Proceedings of the 41st IEEE Conference on Local Computer Networks (LCN) , page 160-163.
November 2016
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Hock, Mario; Lukaseder, Thomas; Schmidt, Mark; Kargl, Frank; Menth, Michael and Zitterbart, Martina
bwNET100G+ Zwischenbericht 1: Stand der Technik
2015
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Engelmann, Felix; Lukaseder, Thomas; Erb, Benjamin; van der Heijden, Rens W. and Kargl, Frank
Dynamic Packet-filtering in High-speed Networks Using NetFPGAs
Proceedings of the 3rd International Conference on Future Generation Communication Technology (Best Paper Award) , page 55-59.
Publisher: IEEE,
August 2014
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