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Real Use of 100G Networks: The Good, the Bad, and What to Expect When You Go Beyond a Demo

Time 04/10/14 10:30AM-11:45AM

Room Governor's Square 12

Netcast sponsored by Cisco

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Session Abstract

For several years, SuperComputing, APAN, CANS and other meetings have featured demonstrations of the use of 100G networks, but what does it take to use them as part of a normal day-to-day application? As we learn more about dealing with elephant flows and larger than 10G bandwidth pipes, we’re learning that many rules of thumb no longer apply, and we have to rethink approaches to make this new platform useable to domain scientists.

This session will speak to real-life experiences of using 100G networks as part of a normal science process. It will explain what had to be done to make this feasible, and the lessons learned as part of this process. Suggestions will be offered both in the design of a 100G network as well as adaptation strategies for applications, so this session will have potential interest to network engineers as well as end users.

Speakers

Speaker Jennifer Schopf Indiana University

Speaker Brian Tierney Energy Sciences Network (ESnet)

Speaker David Wilde AARNet

Speaker Thomas Lehman University of Maryland

Presentation Media

media item thumbnail Experiences with 40G/100G Applications

Speaker Brian Tierney Energy Sciences Network (ESnet)

Primary track Innovations in Infrastructure

Secondary tracks Network Performance Health Sciences Innovations in Infrastructure Advanced Network Services and Leadership National/Regional Collaboration Arts and Humanities Research Partnership Development and Engagement Industry Industry Partnership Development and Engagement Research Strategies Cloud Services Video Technologies Network Planning and Engineering International Global Reach and Leadership Cyberinfrastructure