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Building a Science DMZ

Time 01/13/13 01:00PM-05:00PM

Session Abstract

There are several aspects to building successful infrastructure to support data intensive science. The Science DMZ Model incorporates three key components into a cohesive whole: a high-performance network architecture designed for ease of use; well-configured systems for data transfer; and measurement hosts to provide visibility and rapid fault isolation. This tutorial will cover aspects of network architecture and network device configuration, the design and configuration of a Data Transfer Node, and the deployment of perfSONAR in the Science DMZ. Aspects of current deployments will also be discussed. See: http://fasterdata.es.net/science-dmz/ for more information.


Speakers

Speaker Eli Dart Energy Sciences Network (ESnet)

Speaker Brian Tierney Energy Sciences Network (ESnet)

Speaker Guy Almes Texas A&M University

Speaker Jason Zurawski Internet2

Speaker Raj Kettimuthu Argonne National Laboratory

Presentation Media

media item thumbnail Building A Science DMZ (pdf)

Speaker Eli Dart Energy Sciences Network (ESnet)

media item thumbnail Achieving the Science DMZ (pdf)

Speaker Brian Tierney Energy Sciences Network (ESnet)

Secondary tracks e-Medicine / e-Health Data Intensive Science Network Architecture & Operations R&E Network Applications Security

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