[tforum] Fwd: [fasterdata-events] OIN Workshop Offers Training in SDN, Science DMZ, DTNs, perfSONAR and Science Engagement

Joe Breen Joe.Breen at utah.edu
Thu May 11 17:46:51 MDT 2017


Reminder:  For those with an interest in high performance data transfers,
operating innovative networks and engaging scientists regarding their
workflows, the following event is coming to the Univ of Utah...


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From: Jason Zurawski <zurawski at es.net>
Date: Thu, May 11, 2017 at 8:18 AM
Subject: [fasterdata-events] OIN Workshop Offers Training in SDN, Science
DMZ, DTNs, perfSONAR and Science Engagement
To: "fasterdata-events at es.net" <fasterdata-events at es.net>


*Registration open for OIN Workshop in Salt Lake City, UT*
Workshop Offers Hands-on Training in SDN, Science DMZ, DTNs, perfSONAR, and
Science Engagement
June 14-15, 2017

University of Utah
C Roland Christensen Center
Room CRCC 215
1645 Campus Center Dr, Salt Lake City, UT, 84112


*No registration fee!!Register here:
http://nets.ucar.edu/nets/oin/OIN.201706/index.html
<http://nets.ucar.edu/nets/oin/OIN.201706/index.html>*

ESnet, Indiana University, Internet2, the University of Utah, and WESTNET
are hosting the next Operating Innovative Networks (OIN) workshop in Salt
Lake City UT on June 14-15 2017. The series is designed to help lab and
campus network engineers deploy next-gen research networks that can
effectively support data-intensive science.

The workshop will consist of 2-days of presentation material along with
“hands-on” exercises for building and deploying *Science DMZs, Software
Defined Networks, perfSONAR, Data Transfer Nodes, and Science Engagement*.
 The content will be particularly useful for NSF Campus Cyberinfrastructure
awardees that are being funded to upgrade their networks with these
technologies, or those looking to prepare for the next CC* solicitation.
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://nets.ucar.edu/nets/oin/OIN.201706/index.html

*Limited spots remain for this workshop, and travel grants are not
available.  *

Questions about this workshop can be directed to: oin-workshop at grnoc.iu.edu
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