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Networking Technologies Track [clear filter]
Tuesday, August 11
 

1:00pm

RMCMOA Opening Session
NSF CC*IIE Introduction - Kevin Thompson
Overview of program
Statistics of proposals received
What will next solicitation look likeHPN for beginners/introduction
Risk and risk management



Tuesday August 11, 2015 1:00pm - 2:30pm
Wolf 204

3:00pm

RMCMOA Session
Limited Capacity seats available

HPN support to research
User engagementIntroduction to performance measurementBoF to level set for the rest of the week
Get input for the next two days

Speakers


Tuesday August 11, 2015 3:00pm - 5:00pm
Wolf 204
 
Wednesday, August 12
 

10:15am

RMCMOA- What do you want to get out of this workshop?
Limited Capacity seats available

This session will

  1. Define and describe RMCMOA activity
  2. Ask participants to introduce selves, describe their institutions
  3. Ask participants to describe the current status of their networks
  4. Ask participants to describe the ways they support teaching/learning and research on their campuses
  5. Ask participants if they are familiar with current and emerging directions for networking (what and why): WANs:
    - WDM, BiSON and other initiatives in Colorado, etc.
    - LANs: Research DMZ; measurement and diagnostic tools such as perfSONAR
    - Globus, gridFTP
    - Data Transfer Nodes
  6. Ask participants what they intend to learn from this workshop
  7. General Q&A 

Moderators
Wednesday August 12, 2015 10:15am - 10:45am
Wolf 301

11:00am

RMCMOA- Security
Limited Capacity seats available

Basic cybersecurity
ScienceDMZ still makes sense for small schools
Doesn't have to be expensive
Data Transfer Node (DTN)



Wednesday August 12, 2015 11:00am - 11:30am
Wolf 301

2:45pm

RMCMOA- Campus Network Design
Limited Capacity seats available

Network hardware vendors push extravagant network topologies; real networks are often built with a focus on minimizing cost or maximizing utility. Altering or augmenting a network is often difficult and risky. A good network design balances usability, security, and performance. ESnet’s ScienceDMZ is a good model, but how do we implement it or adapt its tenets to our own campus?

Speakers

Wednesday August 12, 2015 2:45pm - 3:15pm
Wolf 301

3:45pm

RMCMOA- XSEDE and OSG
Limited Capacity seats available

Wednesday August 12, 2015 3:45pm - 4:15pm
Wolf 301