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Eastern Europe Partnership Event - 001 jan gruntorad
Eastern Europe Partnership Event - 001 jan gruntorad
Eastern Europe Partnership Event - 001 jan gruntorad
Eastern Europe Partnership Event - 001 jan gruntorad
Eastern Europe Partnership Event - 001 jan gruntorad
Eastern Europe Partnership Event - 001 jan gruntorad
Eastern Europe Partnership Event - 001 jan gruntorad
Eastern Europe Partnership Event - 001 jan gruntorad
Eastern Europe Partnership Event - 001 jan gruntorad
Eastern Europe Partnership Event - 001 jan gruntorad
Eastern Europe Partnership Event - 001 jan gruntorad
Eastern Europe Partnership Event - 001 jan gruntorad
Eastern Europe Partnership Event - 001 jan gruntorad
Eastern Europe Partnership Event - 001 jan gruntorad
Eastern Europe Partnership Event - 001 jan gruntorad
Eastern Europe Partnership Event - 001 jan gruntorad
Eastern Europe Partnership Event - 001 jan gruntorad
Eastern Europe Partnership Event - 001 jan gruntorad
Eastern Europe Partnership Event - 001 jan gruntorad
Eastern Europe Partnership Event - 001 jan gruntorad
Eastern Europe Partnership Event - 001 jan gruntorad
Eastern Europe Partnership Event - 001 jan gruntorad
Eastern Europe Partnership Event - 001 jan gruntorad
Eastern Europe Partnership Event - 001 jan gruntorad
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  • 1. CESNET – from NREN to e-Infrastructure Provider Jan Gruntorád CEO of CESNET Member of the GN3 Executive Committee Representative of the CZ in e-IRG Member of the Board for Large Infrastructures for R&D in CZBucharest, November 8th, 2011
  • 2. Presentation Overview1. CESNET Basic Data - Funding2. Access to Optical Fibre3. e-Infrastructure Concept4. Large e-Infrastructures in CZ5. Participation of CESNET in International Projects6. Concluding Remarks
  • 3. CESNET basic dataCESNET (Czech Educational and Scientific Network) - NREN in the Czech RepublicNot for profit legal entity established in 1996Association of Legal Entities (z.s.p.o.) . Members: - 25 Universities - Czech Academy of Sciences80 staff members in PragueMore than 200 part-time universities and Academy ofSciences staff working on projects
  • 4. Funding (1)Research plan: „Optical High Speed National ResearchNetwork and its New Applications“- 2004 – 2010- Funded by Ministry of Education, Youth and Sports of the Czech republic, association members and external sources (EU) – budged cca 11 Mil EUR/year
  • 5. Research Plan ActivitiesCESNET2 backbone network developmentOptical networksProgrammable hardwareNetwork and traffic monitoringPerformace monitoring and optimalisationAAI and mobilityMETA Centre (GRIDs)Virtual collaborative environmentsCESNET CSIRTApplications Support
  • 6. Early steps to Customer Empowered Fibre Network Concept•  The first dark fibre leased and lighted in 2000, 2.5 Gbps PoS, 327 km, see in Gruntorád, J.: Optical Communications in the Czech Republic, San Diego 2007 http://www.cesnet.cz/new/2007/onvector-gruntorad-presentation.ppt•  CESNET introduced Nothing-in-Line (NIL) approach to optical networking, 189 km line Praha-Pardubice, operational since May 17, 2002, see in Altmannová, L., Sima, S.: Development of CESNET2 Optical network, Terena Networking Conference, Limerick, 2002 http://tnc2002.terena.org/Slides/sl3c2.ppt#431,21,Praha-Pardubice•  National fibre footprint is a basement for R&E networking. Need to have specified a design kit of transmission equipment and solution for Customer Empowered Fibre Network (CEF) networks, see in Sima, S., Altmannova, L.: Towards a Nation-wide Fibre Footprint in research and education networking, Terena Networking Conference, Rhodos 2004. http://tnc2004.terena.org/programme/presentations/showe622.html?pres_id=97
  • 7. Prague-Brno circuit capacity 2,5 Gbps (since January 2000)
  • 8. DWDM in CESNET2+
  • 9. Transmission systems in CESNET2•  Multivendor solution allows transition of photonic lambdas thru PoPs•  Cisco DWDM system –  8 lines n x 10G –  1 410 km•  Open DWDM system - based on own open photonic devices called the CzechLight (CL) family and developed by CESNET –  20 lines (5 lines n x 1G plus 15 lines n x 10G) –  2 660 km (including 905 km BiDirectional single line transmission)
  • 10. International connectivity of the CESNET2 Network
  • 11. Reasearch Infrastructures
  • 12. Research Infrastructures – definition:ESFRI (European Strategy on Research Infrastructures) in itsRoadmap 2008 proposes a definition:They are facilities, resources or services of a unique nature thathave been identigied by pan-European research communitiesto conduct top-level activities in all fields.
  • 13. Large Infrastructures (LI) for R&D - CZ approach- large research infrastructures defined by law amendment about R&D&I support (in 2009) - built from EC structural funds (85%) and national funds (15%) - operation from dedicated support of large infrastructures- LI must be established and operated by research organization- LI must be approved by the government
  • 14. http://www.infrafrontier.eu/docs/national_roadmaps/Roadmap_CR.pdf
  • 15. Large e-Infrastructures in CZ- Large Infrastructure CESNET - communication infrastructure (GN3) - NGI (basic services of computing and storage grid, involvement capacities of another subjects, EGI.ORG, VC services, ……) - approved by Czech government in March 2010- IT4Innovation - HPC services (supercomputing centre, PRACE)- CERIT SC (Scientific Cloud) - grid computing
  • 16. Funding (2)Project „Large Infrastructure CESNET“- January 2011 – December 2015- main goal is to transform CESNET NREN to complete e-Infrastructure provider (network, GRIDs, storage services and tools for cooperation)- Funded by Ministry of Education, Youth and Sports of the Czech republic, association members and external sources (EU) – budged cca 16 Mil EUR/year
  • 17. Funding (3)Project „E-Infrastructure and Grids for e-Regions (eIGeR)“- May 2011 – November 2013- provide resources for investment to upgrade and/or build e-Infrastructure for R&D in the Czech Republic- funded by national resources (15%) and EU structural funds (85%) – not allowed to use funding in Prague – total budged cca 24 Mil EUR
  • 18. Participation in International Networking ActivitiesGN3 – from April 2009, total budget for 4 years 181 mil. EUR www.geant.netFEDERICA – Federated E-infrastructure for European Researchers Innovating in Computing Network Architectures, total budget 5.1 mil. EUR www.fp7-federica.euGLIF – Global Lambda Integrated Facility www.glif.isORIENT+ – connection of the GÉANT network to China
  • 19. GÉANT2+NetworkTopology
  • 20. GLIF Europe map
  • 21. Participation on Grid activitiesDataGrid, EGEE, EGEE II, EGEE III - design of European common Grid - middleware development - Grid incident response team - Virtual organization support EGI- DS - European Grid Initiative – CESNET is Design Study project co-orination EUAsiaGRid - EGI-Inspire
  • 22. Conclusions- NRENs should transform to new role: e-Infrastructure provider- support from national governments is essential- innovation element is key for success- partner with ISPs and industry
  • 23. Thank you for your attention

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