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Growing and Evolving the Science DMZ

Time 09/26/16 02:30PM-02:50PM

Room Trianon

Session Abstract

Case Western Reserve University (CWRU) deployed its first generation Science DMZ in 2014 to provide “friction free” networking to areas that engage in data intensive research. The deployment was enabled by an NSF CC-NIE award, whose main goals, in addition to the creation of the Science DMZ, were to increase overall bandwidth to external research networks via our primary ISP, OARnet, to 100 Gbps and to upgrade network bandwidth to 10 Gbps in research intensive areas of the campus. Our initial Science DMZ implementation focused on installation of a data transfer node, perfSONAR node, and DMZ switch but, over time, this implementation has evolved. In this session we discuss the evolution of our Science DMZ design in the more than three years since our CC-NIE proposal was written as we learned more about researcher needs, security requirements, and architectural possibilities, and transitioned the CWRU Science DMZ from just an idea to a supported university service.

Speakers

Speaker Roger Bielefeld Case Western Reserve University

Speaker Dan Matthews Case Western Reserve University

Speaker Mike Warfe Case Western Reserve University

Presentation Media

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Speaker Roger Bielefeld Case Western Reserve University

Speaker Dan Matthews Case Western Reserve University

Speaker Mike Warfe Case Western Reserve University

Primary track Advanced Networking

Secondary tracks Information Security

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