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Planning GENI Operations for the Future


Monday, 1.30pm-3:30pm

Session Leader

Heidi Picher Dempsey, GENI Project Office

Agenda / Details

GENI Operations will transition from the current model to one that serves a larger community of core, regional, and campus subscribers and operators during the next two years. NSF CC-NIE projects that include the Science DMZ and several significant infrastructure efforts at GENI campuses are having a significant impact on GENI, and operations must support the integrated systems. Internet2 is expanding SDN infrastructure and services that support GENI. Rack teams, the GMOC, and IT groups at universities are working together on models for joint operations. GENI participants working in these significant areas provide insights into their plans for GENI's evolution.


  1. Integrated Approach to Facilitating Network and Computational Research at the University of Utah

Steve Corbató

Deputy CIO, University Information Technology
Interim Director, Center for High Performance Computing
University of Utah

Joe Breen

Assistant Director, Networking
Center for High Performance Computing
University of Utah
Utah Education Network GENI OpenFlow Engineer

  1. Internet2 and GENI: Enabling Innovation Through Network Virtualization

Eric Boyd

Senior Director, Strategic Projects, Internet2

Matt Zekauskas

Senior Researcher, Internet2

(This talk will provide more technical information on SDN and OESS implementation than the Internet2 SDN Offering session talk.)

  1. GENI Rack Operations Monitoring and Support

Rob Ricci

Director, Flux Research Group

  1. GMOC: Transitioning GENI to Full Operations

Jon Paul Herron

Director, Engineering, Indiana University Global Research Network Operations Center (GRNOC)



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