Best Paper Award
NetSoft 2019 Best Demo Paper Award
Philippe Merle*, Adja Ndeye Sylla**, Meryem Ouzzif**, Frédéric Klamm**, Karine Guillouard** won the Best Demo Paper Award for their demonstration named «A Lightweight Toolchain to Validate, Visualize, Analyze, and Deploy ETSI NFV Topologies »
NetSoft 2019 is an annual conference that report the new development in the scope of softwarized networks. «A Lightweight Toolchain to Validate, Visualize, Analyze, and Deploy ETSI NFV Topologies » is the result of the work of Philippe Merle , researcher in the Spirals project team * in association with Adja Ndeye Sylla **, Meryem Ouzzif ** , Frédéric Klamm ** and Karine Guillouard ** of Orange Labs.
Their work demonstrates a lightweight toolchain for validating descriptors of network functions compliant with the latest ETSI NFV standards, visualizing these descriptors in the form of various diagrams (i.e. network-oriented, function-oriented, and UML2-based), analyzing these descriptors formally with the Alloy Analyzer, and deploying these virtualized network functions on OpenStack.