In order to assist with the implementation of Resource Public Key Infrastructure (RPKI) adoption, the GT-RNOC has developed introductory labs that will assist in implementing RPKI using Dragon Research Labs Rcynic validator software in different configurations and environments. There are three sets of instructions, each building upon the previous one, to implement different RPKI architectures. All of the labs are based within GENI, (Global Environment for Network Innovations) a network simulation environment.
The Software Defined Exchange (SDX) applies the principles of Software Defined Networking to the Internet Exchange to overcome long standing limitations in inter-domain routing. The goal is to provide a rich set of options for specifying policy at the exchange point to describe how traffic is handled between network operators.
GT-RNOC is working on an NSF funded project to evaluate deployment options for the Resource Public Key Infrastructure (RPKI) and develop best practices for the research networking community as a first step toward securing the Internet's routing infrastructure. This work includes designing and evaluating the architectures for managing Resource Certificates and Resource Origin Authorizations (ROAs). The work involves deploying RPKI across 21 university networks connected to the SoX regional network based in Atlanta, GA. As the system is deployed, researchers will need to watch the operation for several months to study route stability and determine best practices for further deployment across the Internet.
The Convergence Innovation Competition (CIC) is a bi-annual competition that encourages students to create innovative, viable products and experiences. The Fall CIC is campus-focused and the categories are determined by our campus partners. Meanwhile, the categories of the Spring CIC are determined by our industry partners.
Magic Window is an immersive live video experience. The users can change their perspective as if they are looking through a real window. The augmented video supports interaction with both live and pre-recorded media content through gesture-based controls, such as leaning sideways to see further to the side or leaning in to zoom. Current applications include viewing live demos remotely and games such as charades and taboo.
GTJourney is an opportunity for all members of the Georgia Tech community to collaborate on applications and solutions that benefit the campus. It is a virtual focal point for students, faculty, and staff to develop ideas and solutions, find technical support and resources, advertise and access campus data, and share applications and experiences. GT Journey continues Georgia Tech's tradition of benefiting from the diverse expertise and interests of its students, faculty, staff and alumni.