Performance Update: piPEs and Web100
Time 04/21/04 01:15PM-02:15PM
Internet2 E2E piPEs Update
The Internet2 E2E piPEs project is deployed across the Abilene backbone and in a select subset of universities. The latest piPEs and piPEs-related project developments will be presented, including request/response schema implementation, multiple measurement domain database support, NTP/OWAMP data correlation, end host assessment progress, traceroute roll-out, and measurement federation progress.
Web100 and Its Impact on Transport Performance
Over the last three years, the NSF-funded Web100 project has worked to build a base for the measurement, understanding, and tuning of bulk-transfer (TCP) flows from an end host. It has been used by a number of other NSF and DoE projects, and extensively in the physics community. Web100 was recently invited to submit code to the mainline Linux kernel distribution. In this session, we will review Web100 accomplishments to date, and describe several related projects that have used Web100 to address real problems in research, education, and network diagnosis. Finally, future directions for Web100 and some upcoming research projects will be discussed.