Changes between Version 10 and Version 11 of GEC24Agenda/EveningDemoSession


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02/24/16 14:25:51 (7 years ago)
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  • GEC24Agenda/EveningDemoSession

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    232232 * Kyle Long Tran, kyle.longtran@gmail.com
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    234 
    235234{{{
    236235#!html
     
    238237<div class="alignleft" style="width:100%;height:5;border-top:10px solid #FF0000;"></div>
    239238}}}
     239=== Wireless ===
     240{{{
     241#!html
     242<h1 style="text-align: center; color: #FF0000">
     243<div class="alignleft" style="width:100%;height:5;border-top:10px solid #FF0000;"></div>
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     245
    240246
    241247==== Paradrop ====
     
    251257  * Suman Banerjee, suman@cs.wisc.edu, Wisconsin Wireless and Networking Systems (WiNGS) Laboratory
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    253 {{{
    254 #!html
    255 <h1 style="text-align: center; color: #FF0000">
    256 <div class="alignleft" style="width:100%;height:2;border-top:2px solid #FF0000;"></div>
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     260
     261{{{
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     264<div class="alignleft" style="width:100%;height:5;border-top:10px solid #FFC0CB;"></div>
     265}}}
     266=== SDX and Federation ===
     267{{{
     268#!html
     269<h1 style="text-align: center; color: #FFC0CB">
     270<div class="alignleft" style="width:100%;height:5;border-top:10px solid #FFC0CB;"></div>
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     272
     273==== EON-IDMS ====
     274
     275The Earth Observation Depot Network (EODN) is a distributed storage service that capitalizes on resources from the NSF-funded GENI and Data Logistics Toolkit (DLT) projects.  The Intelligent Data Movement Service (IDMS), a deployment of the DLT on the NSF-funded GENI cloud infrastructure, realizes EODN to enable open access, reduced latency, and fast downloads of valuable Earth science information collected from satellites and other sensors. Beyond basic storage capacity, the IDMS-EODN system includes mechanisms for optimizing data distribution throughout the depot network while also taking into account the desired locality of user data. Accelerating access enables better synchronization of disparate imagery sets and facilitates new meteorological and atmospheric research applications.
     276
     277Participants:
     278  * Ezra Kissel,ekissel@indiana.edu
     279
     280{{{
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     283<div class="alignleft" style="width:100%;height:2;border-top:2px solid #FFC0CB;"></div>
     284}}}
     285
     286==== GENI Enabled Software Define Exchange (SDX)====
     287
     288This demonstration will show a very early prototype for a GENI enabled Software Defined Exchange (SDX) which utilizes Network Service Interface (NSI) for network element control, and includes public cloud resources from Amazon Web Services (AWS) as part of GENI Stitched topologies. The work demonstrated here is driven by a vision for future R&E cyberinfrastructure that consists of an ecosystem of ad hoc and dynamically federated Software Defined Exchanges (SDXs) and Software Defined ScienceDMZs services. GENI technologies are leveraged in the form of the MAX Aggregate Manager which utilizes the GENI Rack Aggregate Manager (GRAM) software for GENI Federation functions. This MAX/GRAM AM utilizes the Open Grid Forum (OGF) NSI protocol to provision services across the network elements within the Washington International Exchange (WIX) located in McLean, Virginia and the MAX Regional Network.
     289
     290 * Tom Lehman,tlehman@umd.edu, Univ of Maryland
     291   maxyang@umd.edu
     292
     293{{{
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    263303
    264304  * Yufie Cheng,yfcheng@ittc.ku.edu, The University of Kansas
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    266 
    267 {{{
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    270 <div class="alignleft" style="width:100%;height:5;border-top:10px solid #FFC0CB;"></div>
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    272 === SDX and Federation ===
    273 {{{
    274 #!html
    275 <h1 style="text-align: center; color: #FFC0CB">
    276 <div class="alignleft" style="width:100%;height:5;border-top:10px solid #FFC0CB;"></div>
    277 }}}
    278 
    279 ==== EON-IDMS ====
    280 
    281 The Earth Observation Depot Network (EODN) is a distributed storage service that capitalizes on resources from the NSF-funded GENI and Data Logistics Toolkit (DLT) projects.  The Intelligent Data Movement Service (IDMS), a deployment of the DLT on the NSF-funded GENI cloud infrastructure, realizes EODN to enable open access, reduced latency, and fast downloads of valuable Earth science information collected from satellites and other sensors. Beyond basic storage capacity, the IDMS-EODN system includes mechanisms for optimizing data distribution throughout the depot network while also taking into account the desired locality of user data. Accelerating access enables better synchronization of disparate imagery sets and facilitates new meteorological and atmospheric research applications.
    282 
    283 Participants:
    284   * Ezra Kissel,ekissel@indiana.edu
    285 
    286 {{{
    287 #!html
    288 <h1 style="text-align: center; color: #FFC0CB">
    289 <div class="alignleft" style="width:100%;height:2;border-top:2px solid #FFC0CB;"></div>
    290 }}}
    291 
    292 ==== GENI Enabled Software Define Exchange (SDX)====
    293 
    294 This demonstration will show a very early prototype for a GENI enabled Software Defined Exchange (SDX) which utilizes Network Service Interface (NSI) for network element control, and includes public cloud resources from Amazon Web Services (AWS) as part of GENI Stitched topologies. The work demonstrated here is driven by a vision for future R&E cyberinfrastructure that consists of an ecosystem of ad hoc and dynamically federated Software Defined Exchanges (SDXs) and Software Defined ScienceDMZs services. GENI technologies are leveraged in the form of the MAX Aggregate Manager which utilizes the GENI Rack Aggregate Manager (GRAM) software for GENI Federation functions. This MAX/GRAM AM utilizes the Open Grid Forum (OGF) NSI protocol to provision services across the network elements within the Washington International Exchange (WIX) located in McLean, Virginia and the MAX Regional Network.
    295 
    296  * Tom Lehman,tlehman@umd.edu, Univ of Maryland
    297    maxyang@umd.edu
    298305
    299306{{{