NDM 2012Network-aware Data Management Workshop Room 155-A 9:00 am – 5:30 pmNovember 11th, 2012 - Sunday
NDM 2012WELCOME Salt Lake City welcomes us with a beautiful blanket of crystal white snow covering the entire city
NDM 2012Welcome to NDM The Second Workshop on Network-aware Data Management http://sdm.lbl.gov/ndm Mehmet Balman and Surendra Byna Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
NDM 2012Why we are organizing thisworkshop? Discuss emerging trends in use of networking for data management Create new collaborations between network and data management communities
NDM 2012 Agenda09:10 Keynote Speech (Karsten Schwan)Break (20 mins) [coffee break]10:30 Paper Session I11:30 Invited Talk (Dipak Ghopal)Lunch Break (12:00 – 13:00)13:00 Paper Session IIBreak (15 mins)14:10 Paper Session IIIBreak (20 mins) [coffee break]15:30 Panel Discussion (Ali Butt, Zhihui Du, Shantenu Jha, Raj Kettimuthu, Inder Monga, Jason Zurawski)17:30 Closing & Best Paper Award
NDM 2012 Keynote Data-intensive and Cloud Applications in Large‐scale Data Center Systems Prof. Karsten Schwan, Georgia Institute of Technology.
NDM 2012Invited Talk Optimizing Transport of Big Data over Dedicated Networks Prof. Dipak Ghosal, University of California, Davis
NDM 2012Panel New Directions in Networking and Data ManagementAli R. Butt, Virginia TechZhihui Du, Tsinghua University, BeijingShantenu Jha, Rutgers UniversityRaj Kettimuthu, Argonne National LaboratoryInder Monga, Energy Sciences NetworkJason Zurawski, Internet2
NDM 2012Technical Papers How GridFTP pipelining, parallelism and concurrency work: A guide for optimizing large dataset transfers Accelerating Data Movement Leveraging Endsystem and Network Parallelism A Dynamic Virtual Networks Solution for Cloud and Grid Computing Hadoop acceleration in an OpenFlow-based cluster A New Framework for Publishing and Sharing Network and Security Datasets Adaptive Data Transfers that Utilize Policies for Resource Sharing A Network-aware Object Storage Service Efficient Attribute-based Data Access in Astronomy Analysis
NDM 2012 Program Committee Ismail Akturk, Bilkent University, Turkey Gabrielle Allen, Louisiana State University Pavan Balaji, Argonne National Laboratory Ali R. Butt, Virginia Tech. Tasneem Brutch, Samsung R&D Promita Chakraborty, Molecular Foundry Constantine Dovrolis, Georgia Tech. Zhihui Du, Tsinghua University, China Alexandru Iosup, Delft University of Technology, the Netherlands Daniel S. Katz, Computation Institute, University of Chicago Dhabaleswar Panda, Ohio State University Manish Parashar, Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey Ian Taylor, Cardiff University, United Kingdom Sudharshan Vazhkudai, Oak Ridge National Laboratory Venkatram Vishwanath, Argonne National Laboratory Jason Zurawski, Internet2 Fatos Xhafa, University of Catalonia, Spain
NDM 2012 Keynote Data-intensive and Cloud Applications in Large‐scale Data Center Systems Prof. Karsten Schwan, Georgia Institute of TechnologyProf. Karsten Schwan is a Regents’ Professor in the College of Computing atthe Georgia Institute of Technology. He is also a Director of the Center forExperimental Research in Computer Systems, with co-directors from bothGeorgia Techs College of Computing and School of Electrical andComputer Engineering. His current work ranges from topics in operatingsystems, to middleware, to parallel and distributed systems, focusing oninformation-intensive distributed applications in the enterprise domain and inthe high performance domain.
NDM 2012 Invited Talk Optimizing Transport of Big Data over Dedicated Networks Prof. Dipak Ghosal, University of California, DavisProfessor Dipak Ghosal is a professor the Department of Computer Science,University of California at Davis. He worked as a Research Associate at theInstitute for Advanced Computer Studies, University of Maryland at CollegePark. Prof. Ghosal was a Member of Technical Staff at Bell CommunicationsResearch. His research interests include control and management of high-speed networks, wireless networks, and performance evaluation of computerand communication systems
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