Fall 2003 Internet2 Member Meeting

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BoF: Middleware Diagnostics

Time 10/13/03 03:30PM-05:00PM

Session Abstract

Since the beginning of the Internet2 effort, the number and complexity of distributed application initiatives has exploded, and each must create its own framework for providing diagnostic tools and performance metrics. These distributed applications have become increasingly dependent not only the system and network infrastructure that they are built upon, but also each other. It is therefore becoming extremely complex to diagnose problems and provide a way to provide diagnostic and performance information to the application development and enterprise operations efforts. While the requirement for providing wide variety of diagnostic and application specific performance tools requires access to a rich set of log and audit data, there is a high possibility of inferring specific user behavior through correlation of this data. Therefore, it is paramount that limiting access to this data and using data anonymization methods be essential to insure the privacy of the end user, or an enterprise as a whole.

Speakers

Speaker Charles DiFatta Carnegie Mellon University

Presentation Media

media item thumbnail NMI End-to-End Diagnostic Advisory Group BoF (ppt)

Speaker Owen DeLong Hurricane Electric

Speaker Charles DiFatta Carnegie Mellon University

Secondary tracks Middleware BoFs/SIGs