An online Operating Innovative Networks Workshop is now available! Sign up now for June 21-22, 2017.
Registration open for the OIN Virtual Workshop
Completely Online Event Offers Hands-on Training in SDN, Science DMZ, DTNs, perfSONAR, and Science Engagement
June 21-22, 2017
Available completely online! Connection information will be shared with registered attendees. Please share with members of your campus community!
No registration fee!!
Register here: http://goo.gl/MpN85u
ESnet, Indiana University, and Internet2 are hosting a completely virtual version of the Operating Innovative Networks (OIN) workshop on June 21-22 2017. The series is designed to help lab and campus network engineers deploy next-gen research networks that can effectively support data-intensive science. Sessions will be available throughout the day on the topics typically presented in an in-person workshop, but will be modified for the virtual audience. Due to timezone considerations, the presentations will run between 6am EDT and 6pm EDT over the two days, and will also be recorded for future use.
The workshop will consist of 2-days of material 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 and registration details, visit: https://goo.gl/bC142C
This workshop will be completely online, but we are asking participants to register so we can share information about connectivity and materials.
Questions about this workshop can be directed to: firstname.lastname@example.org