Bas van Oudenaarde

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We realize an open, programmable paradigm for application-driven network control by way of a novel network plane — the " service plane " — layered above legacy networks. The service plane bridges domains, establishes trust, and exposes control to credited users/applications while preventing unauthorized access and resource theft. The Authentication,(More)
The paper provides an overview of available web applications and Web Services security vulnerability models and proposes a classification of the potential Grid and Web Services attacks and vulnerabilities. This is further used to introduce a security model for interacting Grid and Web Services that illustrates how basic security services should interact to(More)
For data intensive Grid applications, such as shown at iGrid2002, users may require short-lived guaranteed high bandwidth connections. These types of connections, providing a certain Quality of Service (QoS) will need to be authorized and provisioned, often through multiple administrative domains. We present a case study of a Bandwidth on Demand service(More)
A new resource abstraction called Path is introduced in the framework of resource reservation for the optimization of user applications. A network Path is allocated in an on-demand fashion using a number of different signaling methods and is built using a chain of Path Elements that may belong to different administrative domains. Three different(More)
This paper describes the design and development of a flexible, customer driven, security infrastructure for Open Collaborative Environments. The experiences were gained within the framework of the project. The work is based on extended use of emerging Web Services and Grid security technologies, combined with concepts from the generic(More)
The paper presents proposed Security Architecture for Open Col-laborative Environment (OCE) being developed in the framework of the (CNL) project with the intent to build a flexible, customer-driven security infrastructure for open collaborative applications. The architecture is based on extended use of emerging Web Services and Grid(More)
Many Grid applications require high bandwidth end-to-end connections between Grid resources in different domains. Fiber optic networks, owned by different providers, have to cooperate in a coordinated manner in order to provide an end-to-end connection. Currently, multi-domain optical network solutions require paper-based long-term contracts between(More)
Optical or lambda exchanges have emerged to interconnect networks, providing dynamic switching capabilities on OSI layer 1 and layer 2. So far, the only inter-domain dynamics have occurred on layer 3, the IP layer. This new functionality in the data plane has consequences on the control plane. We explain this by comparing optical exchanges with current(More)
New types of exchange points, like Optical Exchanges and GMPLS exchanges have been described in the last few years. Optical and lambda exchanges are now deployed. However, these inter-connection points are not defined in systematic way in the literature. We classify interconnection points, mainly by discriminating on the properties of the control planes.(More)
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