2014 Technology Exchange

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Tracks

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Security

The Security track focuses on both network and system security topics, including but not limited to: Major security incidents experienced by the community, distributed denial of service (DDoS) attacks, malware-related challenges, applied practitioner-level cryptography, security of cloud-based services, the unique challenges of network security at 10Gbps, 40Gbps, and higher speeds, security opportunities in OpenFlow and software-defined networking (SDN), scalable deployment of multi-factor/multi-channel authentication (including lessons learned from large-scale deployments), Layer 2 Ethernet security (ARP/ND spoofing and related threats), mobile device security, security policy, risk and compliance, and IT governance, physical security of advanced networking facilities, promising network security tools, and more.

This track will also include reports on security-related work by community members within organizations such as the IETF, IEEE, NANOG, ICANN, ARIN/RIPE/APNIC/LACNIC/AFRINIC, ACM, etc.

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Trust, Identity & Middleware Applications

The Trust and Identity track (which comprises Identity Week 2014) provides a venue for identity architects, developers and implementers to explore and discuss topics of broad interest to the community. The popular Advance CAMP (ACAMP) and CAMP meetings will run concurrent with the 2014 Technology Exchange.

ACAMP provides a venue for leading identity architects and developers to spend substantial time exploring and discussing topics and work items of interest to the identity services community. As an “unconference,” there are no proposals submitted in advance; attendees determine the agenda on-site.

CAMP program sessions focus on topics such as case studies in identity management, policy and technical challenges of implementing identity management systems, community-driven identity software solutions, group management issues, provisioning/deprovisioning issues, and more.

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CAMP 101

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CAMP 201

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Cloud Services (System Integration & Ownership)

Presentations focus on projects, initiatives, and best practices related to R&E cloud services and applications positioned within the Internet2 NET+ portfolio, as well as a broader set of standards, policies and service offerings to support a rapidly expanding set of identity services needed for campus, individual, and service providers in a cloud services-driven technical environment.

Session topics include trust, identity and middleware, cloud risk mitigation, cloud contracting, cloud integration, cloud security and cloud applications.

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Advanced Networking/Joint Techs

The demand for new solutions to data storage, networking, and computing challenges—created by increasing numbers of large-scale research projects, expanding user involvement in VOs, and burgeoning data production by new instruments, tools, and calculations/paradigms/algorithms in various fields—confronts network architects and researchers alike. Many cutting-edge solutions come with multifaceted implementation challenges. Meeting user needs requires network support teams to implement “partially-baked” tools, while preventing those tools from affecting network performance for other users.

Session topics in this track include grid and cloud computing architectures, challenges and opportunities arising from next-generation scientific instrumentation, tools and techniques for generating insight from network traffic flows, traces, and statistics, NET+ service deployment experiences, network monitoring and performance assurance, distributed network testbeds, identity management in the context of advanced networking or network-intensive workflows, software-defined networking (SDN) experiences, challenges, and opportunities, integrating services across multiple network domains, enhanced infrastructure support for data-intensive science, Science DMZ deployment experiences (architectures, etc.), and other campus networking challenges.

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Leadership (invitation only)

For those who have strategic technical responsibilities, a special 1.5-day Leadership track is being offered that presents strategies for leading the development of transformational capabilities through advanced technology.

Coordinating presentations, discussions and interactions, as well as “recommended talks” throughout the remainder of the program, the Leadership Track includes high-level presentations focused on Security, Trust and Identity, Advanced Networking, and Cloud Services.

The Leadership track is open only to those who have been recommended for attendance and have received an invitation. If you would like to receive an invitation, please ask your executive manager to submit a recommendation on your behalf.

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Note: To view the entire program (all tracks), just click Program in the navigation menu on the left.