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Advanced Regional & State Networks (ARNs): Envisioning the Future as Critical Partners in Data-Driven Science

Time 04/24/13 01:15PM-02:30PM

Session Abstract

Following the successful Advanced Regional & State Network (ARN) Envision workshop held in October 2010, a compact set of thought leaders from across and beyond the R&E networking community, as well as from discipline communities and industry, gathered in April 2013 for a workshop on Envisioning the Future as Critical Partners in Data-Driven Science. Workshop participants represented the diverse communities driving and affected by the Big Data trend. ARNs are critical to enabling the increasingly important, and growing scope and scale, of data-driven science across a wide range of disciplines, including those not traditionally associated with computational methods and large data sets. To meet this challenge, ARNs are incorporating into their plans and strategies emerging developments such as software defined networking (SDN) and cloud services, with aspects that originated in, and now are being embraced by, the R&E networking community.



This session will present a summary of issues raised and preliminary thoughts shared by workshop participants, with an emphasis on the critical roles that ARNs can play in helping research communities meet the needs of data-driven science and the important investments in infrastructure, manpower, and innovative new services required to serve them.

Speakers

Speaker Mark Johnson MCNC

Speaker Steve Corbato University of Utah

Speaker Wendy Huntoon Internet2

Speaker Marla Meehl Front Range GigaPoP

Secondary tracks Global Trends in Research and Education

Session Media

media item thumbnail Advanced Regional & State Networks (ARNs): Envisioning the Future as Critical Partners in Data-Driven Science Netcast Archive Following the successful Advanced Regional & State Network (ARN) Envision workshop held in October 2010, a compact set of thought leaders from across and beyond the R&E; networking community, as well as from discipline communities and industry, gathered in April 2013 for a workshop on Envisioning the Future as Critical Partners in Data-Driven Science. Workshop participants represented the diverse communities driving and affected by the Big Data trend. ARNs are critical to enabling the increasingly important, and growing scope and scale, of data-driven science across a wide range of disciplines, including those not traditionally associated with computational methods and large data sets. To meet this challenge, ARNs are incorporating into their plans and strategies emerging developments such as software defined networking (SDN) and cloud services, with aspects that originated in, and now are being embraced by, the R&E; networking community. This session will present a summary of issues raised and preliminary thoughts shared by workshop participants, with an emphasis on the critical roles that ARNs can play in helping research communities meet the needs of data-driven science and the important investments in infrastructure, manpower, and innovative new services required to serve them. media item thumbnail Advanced Regional & State Networks (ARNs): Envisioning the Future as Critical Partners in Data-Driven Science Netcast Archive Following the successful Advanced Regional & State Network (ARN) Envision workshop held in October 2010, a compact set of thought leaders from across and beyond the R&E; networking community, as well as from discipline communities and industry, gathered in April 2013 for a workshop on Envisioning the Future as Critical Partners in Data-Driven Science. Workshop participants represented the diverse communities driving and affected by the Big Data trend. ARNs are critical to enabling the increasingly important, and growing scope and scale, of data-driven science across a wide range of disciplines, including those not traditionally associated with computational methods and large data sets. To meet this challenge, ARNs are incorporating into their plans and strategies emerging developments such as software defined networking (SDN) and cloud services, with aspects that originated in, and now are being embraced by, the R&E; networking community. This session will present a summary of issues raised and preliminary thoughts shared by workshop participants, with an emphasis on the critical roles that ARNs can play in helping research communities meet the needs of data-driven science and the important investments in infrastructure, manpower, and innovative new services required to serve them.

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