Advanced Routing Policies and Network Overlay Strategies for Science DMZ Traffic
Time 10/16/18 04:20PM-04:40PM
Driven by the need to efficiently and effectively move large amounts of science and research data, Science DMZs have alleviated the bandwidth and latency burden commonly encountered by enterprise firewalls and internet edge security devices by routing already approved traffic past these security devices.
The University of Kansas (KU) recently implemented a Science DMZ network in support of research and science drivers to work in conjuction with a campus-wide network upgrade project supporting both research and enterprise security goals. This session will illustrate how KU used network overlay technologies in addition to static and dynamic routing policies to facilitate movement of science and research traffic both on and off campus, in a dynamic, flexible, and secure manner.
Speaker Gregory Harris University of Kansas
Primary track Advanced Networking
Secondary tracks Information Security