Join ESnet, Indiana University and Internet2 in an upcoming hands-on workshop! Called the Operating Innovative Networks (OIN) Workshop, the meeting aims to help campus and lab network engineers deploy next-gen research networks that can support data-intensive science.
After the first successful workshop in Washington DC, the next workshop in the series will be held at the CIC Big Ten Conference Center in the Chicago area on October 3-4, 2013 and will be open to 30 attendees with no registration fee.
Only 30 seats are available and there is no registration fee!!
Register here: http://www.oinworkshop.com
A few more details:
The workshop will consist of 1.5 days of presentation material along with “hands-on” exercises for building and deploying Science DMZs, Software Defined Networks, perfSONAR and Data Transfer Nodes. The content will be particularly useful for CC-NIE awardees that are being funded to upgrade their networks with these technologies. By the end of the event, attendees will have a better understanding of the requirements for supporting scientific use of the network, architectural strategies that can simplify these interactions, and knowledge of tools that can mitigate problems users may encounter.
For complete information on the program, location and registration details, visit: http://www.oinworkshop.com