Internet2, Indiana University Global NOC, and ESnet is hosting a Virtual Operatying Innovtive Networks workshop. Its hosted on Zoom and streamed over YouTube.
Presented by experts from the Department of Energy’s ESnet, Indiana University and Internet2, the workshop focuses on Science DMZ network architectures, perfSONAR performance measurement software, Data Transfer Nodes, and emerging Software Defined Networking technologies. Combined, these technologies are proven to support high-performance, big data science applications, while ensuring security and availability modern campuses and laboratories need.
Given this is a multi-hour event, we do not expect everyone to attend every session. The material is meant to be viewed when you have time, it will be repeated at different times in the schedule, and will be recorded. Please attend at the times that make the most sense. Sessions will start at the top of each hour, and will end after the presentation and Q/A.
Virtual OIN Schedule:
Science DMZ Sessions:
Overview of the concept of Science Engagement: working with researchers to understand scientific use of networks and remove friction.
6/21/17 12:00 PM
6/22/17 6:00 AM
Review of the Science DMZ paradigm, and examples of how it can be implemented. Overview of the areas of friction the design patern attempts to address.
6/21/17 1:00 PM
6/22/17 7:00 AM
Overview of network security, and ways the Science DMZ paradigm can be implemented to address major risks.
6/21/17 2:00 PM
6/22/17 8:00 AM
Data Transfer Nodes
Construction and use of Data Transfer Nodes (DTNs) for scientific data movement.
6/21/17 3:00 PM
6/22/17 9:00 AM
Introduction to the Globus data movement tool, and how it can be integrated into a scienticic workflow.
6/21/17 4:00 PM
6/22/17 10:00 AM
Review of the perfSONAR network monitoring framework. Ways it can be installed and used on campus to debug network problems.
6/21/17 5:00 PM
6/22/17 11:00 AM
Software Defined Networking Sessions:
Introduction to the concept of Software Defined Networking (SDN)
6/22/17 12:00 PM
SDN Building / Current
Basic components in SDN, and a review of the current state of the art.
6/22/17 1:00 PM
A tutorial in how to use Openflow to control portions of a network.
6/22/17 2:00 PM
An introduction to the IU SciPass tool – a security architecture that facilitates data movement.
6/22/17 3:00 PM
GRNOC Dist Tool
An overview of a tool used by the IU GRNOC to manage software.
6/22/17 4:00 PM
Internet2 Advanced Layer 2 Service – AL2S
Internet2’s Advanced Layer 2 Service, and how it can be used for network research.
6/22/17 5:00 PM
They will also be streaming the event on youtube, for those that cannot
get zoom to work or would prefer to have a non-interactive experience.
The youtube links are as follows:
– Weds June 21 (Virtual OIN – Day 1)
– Thurs June 22 (Virtual OIN – Day 2)
The materials for the OIN workshop (as well as videos, when they are
finished being edited) will be stored here:
For future remote events, please see http://www.oinworkshop.com/