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The R&E community has traditionally been at the forefront of advanced networking, developing new and innovative ways to support emerging challenges in support of scientific research, network research, and distance education. In recent years, the complexity of advanced networks has exploded with the widespread introduction of software-defined networking (SDN), the integration of compute and storage, and the exponentially increasing requirements for data intensive science. View sessions in this track
The Security area focuses on both network and system security topics. View sessions in this track
Trust and Identity
The Trust and Identity track provides a venue to explore, discuss, and learn about topics of broad interest to members of the identity management community. Sessions, workshops, working groups, and other offerings will be of interest to identity architects, developers, implementers, service provider operators, and other identity management professionals with any level of experience. Once again this year, the track will include sessions proposed by community members, the unconference Advance CAMP (ACAMP), and a half-day dedicated to working groups. View sessions in this track
Applications for Research
Topics of interest in this track include a variety of applications used to support domain sciences where research relies heavily on high-performance computing (HPC), networking, and/or trust & identity tools. View sessions in this track
Cloud computing is very quickly becoming just "computing." Applications are expected to serve an ever-growing base of consumers and computational resources are far more accessible than at any point in history. A web-scale computing mindset is reframing our approach to application design and provisioning. Applications are designed with an eye to user experience first, and, because of the flexibility of web-scale deployment capabilities, it is easier to deploy well-built, resilient applications more quickly. View sessions in this track