Agenda for BMWG at IETF-95

Meeting Agenda Benchmarking Methodology (bmwg) WG
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Meeting Agenda

   Benchmarking Methodology WG (BMWG)
Thursday April 7, 2016
10:00-12:30 (UTC-3)	Thursday Morning session I
Room Quebracho A 	OPS 	bmwg 

Remote Participation:


0. Agenda Bashing

1a. WG Status  (Chairs)

1b. Charter and Milestones (Chairs)

2. Data Center Benchmarking 
   Presenter: Jacob Rapp
   Review/comments (versions 04 terms, 01 meth)

3. IPv6 Transition Benchmarking
   Presenter: Marius Georgescu (remote)
   Many comments addressed.

4. VNF and Infrastructure Benchmarking Considerations
   Presenter: Al Morton
   Resolution of comments @IETF94

5. Benchmarking Methodology for SDN Controller Performance
   Presenter: Bhuvaneswaran Vengainathan
   Many updates.

6. IPv6 Neighbor Discovery
   Presenter: Ron Bonica (Bill Cerveny remote-participation)
   Many comments addressed - and a new Idea...

7. Benchmarking Virtual Switches in OPNFV
   Presenter:  Maryam Tahhan (remote)
   Implements BMWG RFCs and Considerations draft for vSwitch benchmarks
   (with Demo? and) explanation of the VSPERF tool, OPNFV Brahmaputra Release
   Related draft:

8. VNF Benchmarking Methodology
   Presenter: Raphael Rosa/Robert Szabo
   New draft with reduced scope, (VBaas presented at IETF-94)
   Related Draft:

NEW/First time:   

9. Benchmarking Methodology for EVPN 
   Presenter: Sudhin Jacob
   NEW draft, announced to the list
   Related Draft:
10. Benchmarking Performance Monitoring on a DUT 
   Presenter: Sudhin Jacob
   NEW draft, announced to the list
   Related Draft:

??. Considerations for Benchmarking High Availability of NFV 
   Presenter: delayed till Berlin IETF-96
   Revised draft,
   Related Draft:

Not presented at this meeting:

?. Benchmarking Methodology for Virtualization Network Performance
   Speaker Given name Family name: Rong Gu
   Revisions to benchmarking methodology for virtualization network performance 
   based on virtual switch.
   Related Draft:

?. Benchmarking for CoPP, Control Plane Policing
   Presenter:  Shishio Tsuchiya
   COntrol Plane Policing (CoPP) is defined as RFC6192 to protect
   router's control plane from undesired or malicious traffic.
   Related draft: