Industrial Internet of Things (IoT) calls for not only highly reliable, quasi-deterministic and low-power networks, but S4 S3 S4 S3 also for more flexible and programmable networks to cope with (DPI) (DPI) operator’s dynamics demands. Software Defined Networking (SDN) offers the high levels of flexibility and programmability that traditional distributed protocols cannot offer. In between a fully centralized SDN-on-IoT management solution and a traditional fully distributed one, Whisper stands out as a trade-off solution that has the robustness, scalability and low-overhead of distributed solutions and the flexibility and programmability of centralized ones. In this demo we present a hands-on experience of how Whisper can be jointly used with traditional SDN solutions, such as ONOS, in order to extend the already existing network programmability in wired domains to 6TiSCH-based Industrial IoT segments. We deploy and test such architecture in real world large-scale testbeds and demonstrate to be feasible and beneficial to provide an efficient and programmable end-to-end control over a heterogeneous network.
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Fed4FIRE+ project has received funding under grant agreement No 732638 from the Horizon 2020 Research and Innovation Programme, which is co-funded by the European Commission and the Swiss State Secretariat for Education, Research and Innovation.