Winter 2012 ESCC/Internet2 Joint Techs

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Performance Portal

Time 01/23/12 09:25AM-09:45AM

Session Abstract

Internet2 is kicking off an initiative to provide a portal that will allow members to see how they are using Internet2 services. For the network, this will visualize how the Internet2 backbone networks are used by individual members. (What kind of traffic, how much, top talkers, performance etc.) For other services like InCommon it might indicate how many certificates an institution has allocated. The intention is to create a one-stop shop for information about Internet2 services. This talk is intended to solicit feedback to inform the development effort for ideas and priorities for inclusion.

Speakers

Speaker Jeff Boote Internet2

Presentation Media

Secondary tracks Performance / Measurement

Session Media

media item thumbnail Performance Portal Netcast Archive Internet2 is kicking off an initiative to provide a portal that will allow members to see how they are using Internet2 services. For the network, this will visualize how the Internet2 backbone networks are used by individual members. (What kind of traffic, how much, top talkers, performance etc.) For other services like InCommon it might indicate how many certificates an institution has allocated. The intention is to create a one-stop shop for information about Internet2 services. This talk is intended to solicit feedback to inform the development effort for ideas and priorities for inclusion. media item thumbnail Performance Portal Netcast Archive Internet2 is kicking off an initiative to provide a portal that will allow members to see how they are using Internet2 services. For the network, this will visualize how the Internet2 backbone networks are used by individual members. (What kind of traffic, how much, top talkers, performance etc.) For other services like InCommon it might indicate how many certificates an institution has allocated. The intention is to create a one-stop shop for information about Internet2 services. This talk is intended to solicit feedback to inform the development effort for ideas and priorities for inclusion.

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