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Shared Service Delivery in the Windy City Patrick Christian University of Wisconsin July 17, Shared Service Delivery in the Windy City Patrick Christian University of Wisconsin July 17, 2006

Outline What’s CIC? Why Chicago? CIC Chicago Fiber Collaboration CIC Omni. Po. P Collaboration Outline What’s CIC? Why Chicago? CIC Chicago Fiber Collaboration CIC Omni. Po. P Collaboration Questions

What’s CIC? CIC = Committee on Institutional Cooperation Founded in 1958 CIC members – What’s CIC? CIC = Committee on Institutional Cooperation Founded in 1958 CIC members – – – University of Chicago University of Illinois (UIUC & UIC) Indiana University of Iowa University of Michigan State University of Minnesota Northwestern University Ohio State University Pennsylvania State University Purdue University. of Wisconsin - Madison Governed by Provosts (Chief Academic Officers) of member institutions http: //www. cic. uiuc. edu

Why Chicago? Shared Service Delivery in the Windy City Why Chicago? Shared Service Delivery in the Windy City

Why Chicago? BOREAS-Net Wisc. Waves & BOREAS-Net Mi. LR BOREAS-Net PSU-Net I-WIRE & ICCN Why Chicago? BOREAS-Net Wisc. Waves & BOREAS-Net Mi. LR BOREAS-Net PSU-Net I-WIRE & ICCN I-Light TFN

Why Chicago? Chicago… – is approximately the geographic center of all CIC (Big 10 Why Chicago? Chicago… – is approximately the geographic center of all CIC (Big 10 + UIC + UC) institutions – has STARLIGHT (international network exchange) – has both Abilene and NLR nodes – has carrier hotels & other buildings where many ISPs and carriers are accessible & have space for lease – has many long-haul dark fiber providers – has several local dark fiber providers – has pretty good beer (next to Wisconsin!)

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CIC Fiber Collaboration Chicago fiber Very expensive local loops in downtown Chicago – Local CIC Fiber Collaboration Chicago fiber Very expensive local loops in downtown Chicago – Local loop often a significant fraction (1/4 – 1/3) of long-haul cost – e. g. Merit was paying $10 k/mo for CHI local loops vs. $35 k for a 20 yr IRU Multiple places of interest – NLR & New. Net at 111 N. Canal – Other research-flavored stuff at 710 N. Lakeshore (aka Star. Light) – Commodity Internet carriers at Equinix…

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CIC Fiber Collaboration Chicago Fiber CIC Fiber Collaboration Chicago Fiber

CIC Fiber Collaboration Final project summary 12 of 13 CIC institutions participated in this CIC Fiber Collaboration Final project summary 12 of 13 CIC institutions participated in this project + Notre Dame + Wayne State + Merit 104 strands of fiber purchased (52 from Level 3 and 52 from LGN) $30, 668 average price per pair of fiber for 20 yr indefeasible right-of-use (IRU) & O&M Estimated joint savings of ~$13. 2 million vs. individual institutional purchases through volume pricing, avoidance of legal fee duplication and sharing the fiber construction cost for multiple laterals into the same building

Omni. Po. P Collaboration Shared Service Delivery in the Windy City Omni. Po. P Collaboration Shared Service Delivery in the Windy City

Omni. Po. P Collaboration Regional Optical Networks Network Operations Center CIC Fiber In Chicago Omni. Po. P Collaboration Regional Optical Networks Network Operations Center CIC Fiber In Chicago National Lambda Rail Omni. Po. P Drivers Colocation Space For Network Equipment Internet 2 Connection For CIC Members 24/7/365 Production Support Commodity Internet Service Direct Connection Between CIC Members

What is an Omni. Po. P? Omni– A prefix meaning “all” Po. P – What is an Omni. Po. P? Omni– A prefix meaning “all” Po. P – Three letter acronym popular in network engineering meaning “Point of Presence” – A place where an organization’s (or several) networking equipment is present Omni. Po. P – A place where all types of networking equipment is present – A place where all members are welcome to place equipment – A place to develop a rich mesh of all types of services between members

Omni. Po. P Collaboration Omni. Po. P Governance Colocation Space Network Hardware NOC Multiple Omni. Po. P Collaboration Omni. Po. P Governance Colocation Space Network Hardware NOC Multiple fiber-rich, friendly locations Optical switches Ethernet switches Routers, and more 7/24/365 Hands and Eyes Production operations Technical Support and Engineering Services

Omni. Po. P Services Shared research networking access (NLR, Internet 2, Starlight, etc) in Omni. Po. P Services Shared research networking access (NLR, Internet 2, Starlight, etc) in Chicago Commercial peering (non-transit/transit) Possible Internet 2, NLR links and collocation space in additional cities L 2/L 3 infrastructure Possible future L 1 NOC/technical support

Omni. Po. P: Phase I Omni. Po. P: Phase I

Omni. Po. P: Phase II Omni. Po. P: Phase II

CIC Omni. Po. P: Current Activities Execution of MOU among CIC institutions for governance/cost CIC Omni. Po. P: Current Activities Execution of MOU among CIC institutions for governance/cost sharing/high-level operations Selection of GRNOC as Omni. Po. P operator Acquisition of a F 10 e 1200 switch Sept ’ 06 go live

Questions/Thank You Questions/Thank You

Governance Governing Board – One representative from each Partner (initially the participating CIC schools) Governance Governing Board – One representative from each Partner (initially the participating CIC schools) – Responsible for Policies Finances, including major expenditures Approving new Partners (not limited to CIC schools) Selecting the Omni. Po. P operator Requires two-thirds vote to approve all actions – Meets at least annually

Governance Technical Advisory Council (TAC) – Up to two representatives from each Partner plus Governance Technical Advisory Council (TAC) – Up to two representatives from each Partner plus representation from the Omni. Po. P operator & CIC – Responsible for Preparing an annual strategic technical plan Recommending an annual budget Recommending changes to services offered Approving routine purchases and service contracts – May appoint a subset Tactical Technical Team Not more than six members To work with the Omni. Po. P operator and CIC on day-to -day technical coordination of operational issues