PRISTINE: Programmability In RINA for Supreme Virtualised Networks

Virtualization is a fundamental inherent attribute of the RINA architecture, and based on this aspect, the PRISTINE project has designed and is implementing programmable functions for: supporting QoS & congestion control in aggregated levels, facilitating more efficient topological routing, security of content & application processes, providing protection and resilience and unified multi-layer RINA stack management framework for handling network layer configuration, performance and security. This presentation shall give an overview of these programmable functions along with demonstrating the applicability and benefits of this approach and its built-in functions in two specific use-cases in the environments of a Distributed cloud and Datacenter networking.



  • Miguel Ponce de Leon