Loading…

Flash Player 9 (or above) is needed to view presentations.
We have detected that you do not have it on your computer. To install it, go here.

Like this presentation? Why not share!

Like this? Share it with your network

Share

PPT

on

  • 404 views

 

Statistics

Views

Total Views
404
Views on SlideShare
404
Embed Views
0

Actions

Likes
0
Downloads
2
Comments
0

0 Embeds 0

No embeds

Accessibility

Categories

Upload Details

Uploaded via as Microsoft PowerPoint

Usage Rights

© All Rights Reserved

Report content

Flagged as inappropriate Flag as inappropriate
Flag as inappropriate

Select your reason for flagging this presentation as inappropriate.

Cancel
  • Full Name Full Name Comment goes here.
    Are you sure you want to
    Your message goes here
    Processing…
Post Comment
Edit your comment

PPT Presentation Transcript

  • 1. Advanced Networked Applications: Campus Development & Deployment Ted Hanss, Internet2 18 April 2002 See http://apps.internet2.edu/talks
  • 2. Topics
    • Organization
    • Applications
    • Outreach
    • International Efforts
  • 3. Applications
  • 4. Internet2 Applications
    • What are “Internet2 applications”?
    • They deliver qualitative and quantitative improvements in how we conduct research and engage in teaching and learning
    • They require advanced networks to work
  • 5. Different Disciplines/Contexts
    • Sciences
    • Arts
    • Humanities
    • Health care
    • Business/Law
    • Administration
    • Library
    • Classroom
    • Clinic
    • Office
    • Laboratory
    • Dorm room
  • 6. Application Attributes
    • Interactive collaboration
    • Real-time access to remote resources
  • 7. Attributes, cont.
    • Large-scale, multi-site computation and data mining
    • Shared virtual reality
    • Any combination of the above
  • 8. Questions
    • Who are the campus stakeholders?
    • Should you focus on broadly applicable applications or narrow discipline needs?
    • Should you build or buy?
    • Should you go it alone or partner?
    • What resources are needed?
    • What resources are available?
    • What happens if you succeed?
  • 9. Digital Video
  • 10. Digital Video Applications
    • Up to broadcast quality videoconferencing
    • Both live distribution and on-demand access to a variety of content
    • HDTV-based digital cinema, network-based studio production, …
  • 11. Access Grid www.accessgrid.org Source: Argonne National Laboratory
  • 12. Video Futures
    • Tele-immersive “Office of the Future”
    Source: University of North Carolina
  • 13. Music Teaching over Internet2 University of Oklahoma
  • 14. Music Instruction
  • 15. Remote Scanning Electron Microscope The University of Michigan
  • 16. Philips XL30
  • 17.  
  • 18. Distributed nanoManipulator University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill
  • 19.  
  • 20. Shared Virtual Environment Ohio Supercomputer Center Ohio State University
  • 21.  
  • 22. Space Physics and Aeronomy Research Collaboratory University of Michigan
  • 23.  
  • 24.  
  • 25. Teleimmersion University of Illinois at Chicago University of Illinois-NCSA Old Dominion University
  • 26. The CAVE
  • 27. Immersadesk
  • 28. Grid Projects
  • 29. What is the Grid?
    • Global resources available to communities of researchers
    • The protocols, services, and applications that enable new forms of collaboration
  • 30. Grid Resources Workstations Instruments Libraries Data sets People
  • 31. Examples
    • Network for Earthquake Engineering Simulation
      • Collaboration environment for earthquake researchers (e.g., structural engineers, geotechnical and tsunami scientists)
    • Grid Physics Network
      • Petabyte scale environment for data-intensive applications (Large Hadron Collider, Sloan Digital Sky Survey, Laser Interferometer Gravitational Wave Observatory)
  • 32. Grid Projects
    • NEESGrid
      • www.neesgrid.org
    • GriPhyN
      • www.griphyn.org
    • S/W infrastructure
      • www.gridforum.org
    • Research: Sensornets
      • Networked nanotechnology
  • 33. Internet2 Commons
  • 34. The Internet2 Commons
    • An effort to encourage and support large-scale, distributed collaboration for the research and education community
      • Enabling one-to-one, one-to-group, and group-to-group collaboration
      • Supporting personal communications, meetings, conferences, and teaching and learning
      • For Internet2 members and their international counterparts
  • 35. H.323 VRVS Videoconferencing Technologies AG MPEG2 Others Others Data Sharing Instant Messaging Voice/IP Electronic Notebooks Peer to Peer Collaboratories The Internet2 Commons Other Collaborative Technologies
  • 36. Internet2 Discipline & Community Activities
  • 37. Approach Broad Outreach Internet2 Days, web site, application flyers Health Sciences Arts & Humanities Applications Community Applications Community Applications Community Applications Community Applications Community Applications Community NEES, Physics, Astronomy Applications Community Applications Community
  • 38. Applications Working Groups
    • Health Sciences
    • Veterinary Medicine
    • Arts & Humanities
    • Non-traditional Theses
    • Arts Performance
    • High Energy and Nuclear Physics
    • Geospatial Information Systems
    • Voice over IP
    • Digital Video
    • Videoconferencing
    • ResearchChannel
    • Network Storage
  • 39. Other Resources
    • Distributed Applications Support Team
      • dast.nlanr.net
    • Internet2 End-to-End Performance Initiative
  • 40. International Opportunities
  • 41. International Efforts
    • Focus on researcher partnerships working on advanced applications
    • Cooperate on advanced services to maintain global interoperability
    • Use STARTAP (Science, Technology, and Research Transit Access Point) for connectivity along with Abilene “International Transit Network”
      • www.startap.net
  • 42. International Transit Network APAN/TransPAC, Ca*net3, CERnet, GEMNET, IUCC, KOREN/KREONET2, NORDUnet, RENATER, REUNA, SURFnet, SingAREN, SINET, TAnet2, (ANSP, RNP2) NYCM BELNET, CA*net3, JANET, NORDUnet, SURFnet, TEN-155*, (HEAnet) STTL CA*net3, AARnet SNVA GEMNET, (SINET) LOSA SingAREN, SINET, UNINET AmPATH (REUNA, RNP2, RETINA) UT El Paso (CUDI) CALREN2 CUDI * ARNES, BELNET, CARNET, CESnet, DFN, GRNET, HEAnet, RESTENA, SWITCH, HUNGARNET, GARR-B, POL-34, RCCN, RedIRIS OC12 OC3-12
  • 43. Summary
  • 44. Questions
    • Who are the campus stakeholders?
    • Should you focus on broadly applicable applications or narrow discipline needs?
    • Should you build or buy?
    • Should you go it alone or partner?
    • What resources are needed?
    • What resources are available?
    • What happens if you succeed?
  • 45. More Info ...
    • www.internet2.edu
    • apps.internet2.edu
    • apps.internet2.edu/talks/ (this talk)
    • [email_address]
    • Ted Hanss Internet2 3025 Boardwalk Suite 100 Ann Arbor, MI 48108 +1.734.913.4256
  • 46. www.internet2.edu