Summer 2011 ESCC/Internet2 Joint Techs

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End-Site Control Plane Subsystem (ESCPS) Monitoring

Time 07/12/11 03:30PM-03:50PM

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Session Abstract

The ESCPS monitoring architecture provides end-to-end measurement collection, aggregation, and metric caching in both local and wide-area network environments. Circuit creation and status is monitored and can be polled from existing reservation systems while active measurements can be invoked automatically based on transfer events or explicitly via the monitoring agent. A common interface for topology, path, and measurement visualization is being developed as part of this effort. We will present the latest developments in host-monitoring, visualization, and perfSONAR measurement integration.

Speakers

Speaker Martin Swany University of Delaware

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Secondary tracks Research Partnership Performance / Measurement Emerging Technologies Campus Networking Advanced Network Services

Session Media

media item thumbnail End-Site Control Plane Subsystem (ESCPS) Monitoring Netcast Archive The ESCPS monitoring architecture provides end-to-end measurement collection, aggregation, and metric caching in both local and wide-area network environments. Circuit creation and status is monitored and can be polled from existing reservation systems while active measurements can be invoked automatically based on transfer events or explicitly via the monitoring agent. A common interface for topology, path, and measurement visualization is being developed as part of this effort. We will present the latest developments in host-monitoring, visualization, and perfSONAR measurement integration. media item thumbnail End-Site Control Plane Subsystem (ESCPS) Monitoring Netcast Archive The ESCPS monitoring architecture provides end-to-end measurement collection, aggregation, and metric caching in both local and wide-area network environments. Circuit creation and status is monitored and can be polled from existing reservation systems while active measurements can be invoked automatically based on transfer events or explicitly via the monitoring agent. A common interface for topology, path, and measurement visualization is being developed as part of this effort. We will present the latest developments in host-monitoring, visualization, and perfSONAR measurement integration.

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