Network Strategy to Enable Data Intensive Science
Time 03/30/20 03:00PM-04:00PM
Room Grand Ballroom 7
Modern science instruments and data analysis techniques, including next-generation detectors, machine learning, and high performance computing, require the easy transfer of large-scale data sets to computing resources by researchers. While R&E networks are designed, built, and operated to enable effective use by the research community, commodity ISPs are not.
This session will describe key elements of network architecture which are critical for the strategic success of campus and regional networks in enabling science outcomes. This is not a Science DMZ talk - this session describes the strategic and architectural context within which a Science DMZ operates, and what a Science DMZ, campus HPC center, or other research facility needs from the network in order to be successful
Speaker Hans Addleman Indiana University
Primary track Advanced Networking