2017 Technology Exchange

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Co-Located Meetings & Workshops

The following meetings and workshops are co-located with the 2017 Internet2 Technology Exchange and available to anyone, including meeting attendees.
 

REFEDs

Sunday, October 15 (9:00am–5:00pm)

For registration information, see the 2017 Internet2 Technology Exchange registration page.

Your registration includes morning and afternoon breaks, and lunch. Breakfast is on your own.
REFEDS articulates the mutual needs of research and education identity federations worldwide. Many participants represent national identity federations. For more on REFEDs, see refeds.org.


Vulnerability Management and Turning Security Runbooks into Workflows - CANCELLED


Network Automation Tools and Practices Workshop - $25

Sunday, October 15 (1:00pm–5:00pm)

For registration information, see the 2017 Internet2 Technology Exchange Registration page.

Intended audience: Internet2 higher education and regional network members. Your registration includes an afternoon refreshment break.

This workshop will provide attendees the opportunity to hear from their peers from regional and campus network organizations on what tools and best practices they are deploying to improve network task automation. The workshop will also address topics around what is needed to create a NetDevOps culture in your organization.

 

 

CINC UP: Cyber Security Research Acceleration Workshop and Showcase

Wednesday, October 18 (12:30pm–5:30pm)

For registration information, see the 2017 Internet2 Technology Exchange Registration page.

Join us for an interactive discussion to determine how – working together – we can accelerate Transition To Practice (TTP) of cybersecurity research into operational environments. We will begin the afternoon with cybersecurity research relevant to Internet2’s top two priorities of advanced networking plus trust & identity.

We will also have cybersecurity research related to cloud security, and innovation areas like smart grid and IoT. NSF-funded cybersecurity researchers will be presenting their work to practitioners who would provide valuable feedback, and pursue potential pilot opportunities. “Practitioners” can include IT, networking, security, and research professionals. Additionally, workshop participants will discuss cybersecurity needs today and into the future. This meeting is supported b the NSF Cybersecurity Transition To Practice Acceleration EAGER Grant #1650445.


NetGurus

Thursday, October 19 (9:00am–5:00pm) 
NetGurus Dinner Wednesday, October 18 at 6:00pm (dutch)​

NetGurus is a group of campus Network Engineers/Architects that meet to contribute and learn from each other for the betterment of the broader education and research community. Participants discuss networking topics in a round table format to encourage open discussion and knowledge sharing. Typically, they meet before or after a conference to discuss items of interest. Many times, topics are suggested ahead of time to encourage participation. To allow for orderly discussion and to maximize individual participation, meetings are limited to 30 attendees on a first come, first serve basis. If you are interested in attending, please contact Dan Brisson (dbrisson@uvm.edu) or Cas D'Angelo (cas.dangelo@oit.gatech.edu) to RSVP and for topics you wish to discuss during the meeting.

Additional details can be found at: https://spaces.internet2.edu/display/nguru/Fall+2017