Policy Workshop 1999

Monday 15 November 1999

10:00 Registration and Coffee
10:30-10:45 Introduction – Morris Sloman, Imperial College, London, UK
Welcome and Local Arrangements – Francisco Garcia, HP Labs., Bristol, UK
10:45-12:30 Policy Analysis and Refinement (30 min presentations, 45 min discussion at end of session)
Session Chair: Jonathan Moffett, University of York, UK
 
Lunch
1:45-3:30 Roles (30 min presentations, 45 min discussion at end of session)
Session Chair: Morris Sloman, Imperial College, London
 
Tea
4:00-5:45 Policy, Roles and Security (15 min presentations, 30 min discussion at end of session)
Session Chair: Ravi Sandhu, George Mason University, USA
 
7:30 Conference Dinner

Tuesday 16 November 1999

9:00-10:30 Policy Specification (30 min presentations, 30 min discussion at end of session)
Session Chair: Edgar Sibley, George Mason University, USA
 
Coffee
11:00-12:45 IETF Policy Work (30 min presentations, 45 min discussion at end of session)
Session Chair: Petre Dini, AT&T Labs West, USA
 
  • Service Level Agreements and Policies (Presentation)
    Bert Wijnen, IBM Netherlands
  • The IETF Policy Framework (Presentation)
    John Strassner, CISCO, USA
Lunch
2:00-3:45 Services (15 min presentations, 30 min discussion at end of session)
Session Chair: Hanan Lutfiyya, University of Western Ontario, Canada
 
  • On the Integration of Service Level Management and Policy-Based Control (Presentation, Position Paper)
    Lundy Lewis, Cabletron Systems, USA
  • A Policy Manager for Enterprise Service Management (Presentation, Position Paper)
    Mani Subramanian, Minaxi Gupta, Georgia Institute of Technology, USA
  • Policy-Based Networking Service over Heterogeneous Public IP Networks (DynaServ) (Presentation, Position Paper)
    Kenichi Fukuda, K. Iseida, M. Minoura, H. Ueno, T. Chujo, Fujitsu Labs., Japan
  • Generalized Policy Model for Application and Service Management (Presentation, Position Paper)
    Mohamed Dekhil, Vijay Machiraju, Klaus Wurster, Martin Griss, HP Labs., USA
  • An Active, Policy-Based Management Architecture for Multiservice Networks (Presentation, Position Paper1, Position Paper 2)
    Ian Marshall, Paul Mckee, BT Labs, Adastral Park, UK
Coffee
4:15-6:00 Applied Policy (30 min presentations, 45 min discussion at end of session)
Session Chair: John Strassner, CISCO, USA
 
  • Policy Powered Administration of Virtual Private Networks (Presentation)
    Francisco Garcia, Julio Guijarro, HP Labs, UK
  • The PolicyXpert Management System (Presentation)
    Hugh Mahon, HP OpenView Network Management, USA

Wednesday 17 November 1999

9.00-10.45 Organisational Policies (45 min discussion at end of session)
Session Chair: Jorge Lobo, Bell-Labs, USA
 
Coffee  
11:15-1:00 Network Policies (15 min presentations, 45 min discussion at end of session)
Session Chair: Lundy Lewis, Cabletron Systems, USA
 
  • Policy Based Management of Telecommunication Networks (Presentation, Position Paper)
    Madhur Kohli, Jorge Lobo, Bell Labs, USA
  • Using Policies for QoS Management (Presentation, Position Paper)
    Hanan Lutfiyya, University of Western Ontario, Canada
  • A Rule Language for Network Policies (Presentation, Position Paper)
    Jan Nicklisch,C&C NEC Product Development Labs., Berlin, Germany
  • Policy Framework: Specifying Policies Types and Active Policy Relationships (Presentation, Position Paper)
    Petre Dini, Nelu Mihai, AT&T Labs, San Jose, USA
  • Routing Aspects of Policy Management (Presentation, Position Paper)
    Andreas Heiner, Haitao Tang, Nokia, Helsinki, Finland.
Lunch  

Emil Lupu