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Internet2 and Cyberinfrastructure
Internet2 and Cyberinfrastructure
Internet2 and Cyberinfrastructure
Internet2 and Cyberinfrastructure
Internet2 and Cyberinfrastructure
Internet2 and Cyberinfrastructure
Internet2 and Cyberinfrastructure
Internet2 and Cyberinfrastructure
Internet2 and Cyberinfrastructure
Internet2 and Cyberinfrastructure
Internet2 and Cyberinfrastructure
Internet2 and Cyberinfrastructure
Internet2 and Cyberinfrastructure
Internet2 and Cyberinfrastructure
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Internet2 and Cyberinfrastructure

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  • 1. Internet2 and Cyberinfrastructure Russ Hobby Program Manager, rdhobby@internet2.edu Heather Boyles Director, International Relations heather@internet2.edu
  • 2. Internet2 • A not-for-profit membership organization • 209 U.S. universities • 70 corporations • 45 government agencies/labs/institutions • 30 research and education networking organizations • A Community that • develops and deploys advanced network applications and technologies, accelerating the creation of tomorrow’s Internet. • leverages the advanced networking infrastructure to support and enhance education and research.
  • 3. END - TO - END PERFORMANCE A Systems Approach SECURITY
  • 4. Interoperable across geographic and organizational boundaries
  • 5. Internet2 and CI • Backbone network and related tools and services provider • Federated trust infrastructure and related tools provider • Performance Monitoring and Diagnosis • Collaboration community
  • 6. Backbone Network and Related Services Provider: Internet2 Network • IP Network • IPv4, IPv6, multicast • Dynamic Circuit Network • On-demand dedicated paths • Static Circuit Services • Long-term • Commercial Peering Service
  • 7. Network Related Tools and Services • Network Performance and Diagnostic Tools and Toolkits • FiberCo, WaveCo, MANLAN, Professional Services, Collocation Services • Data Available for Researchers • Workshops and training
  • 8. Performance Monitoring and Diagnosis • Tools to Monitor Networks • Bandwidth Testing • Latency Testing • Performance History • Web Based Performance Diagnosis • End to End Problem Identification (software, host, network) • Experts to help on hard problems
  • 9. Interoperable Identity and Access Management Infrastructure Develop components to enable secure collaboration in a national and international cyberinfrastructure 1. Campus identity management (IdM) infrastructures Encourage deployments of common IdM principles: IdM Model, Roadmaps, Practices, Case Studies 2. Identity data exchange standards and mechanisms Leverage core campus services and data to fuel federated identity: Directory Practices, Schema, Attributes 3. Federated software and trust community Develop software and related anchor services for an R&E trust community: Shibboleth and the InCommon Federation
  • 10. Interoperable Identity and Access Management Infrastructure (cont) 4. Privilege and group management tools Provide tools for managing authorization-related information: Grouper Groups Management Toolkit, Signet Privilege Management System 5. Consolidated interface and infrastructure to control access Integrate 1-4 to enable project leads to manage their team’s resources: COmanage 6. Relationships with key partners Partner with organizations to ensure interoperability: Corporate and Standards Organizations, Federal Government, International Peers
  • 11. Support and Outreach • Science and Engineering Initiative • Arts and Humanities Initiative • Health Sciences Initiative • Working Groups and Special Interests Groups
  • 12. Training • Joint Techs – campus and regional network engineers • Internet2 Commons Site Coordinator Training -- H.323 Video Conferencing • Internet2/EDUCAUSE CAMPS – Federated Identity Management • Network Performance Workshops • Network Dynamic Services Workshops • IPv6 Workshops • Multicast Workshops • Performing Arts and Master Class Production • Digital Video Transport Workshops
  • 13. The Internet2 Community • Meetings that bring together research disciplines to compare notes and learn about the use of network technologies • Working Groups to jointly develop new technologies • Workshops to help with the adoption of new technologies.
  • 14. Stimulus Opportunities • NSF ARI-R2 (Academic Infrastructure) • Letters of Intent: DUE 1 July!!! • Full proposals: August 24 • Invest in repair/renovation/replacement of existing research facilities • Augment campus and inter-organizational cyberinfrastructure (other than general purpose computing or data storage systems) to create environments that enhance research and integrate research with education • Enhance historically underrepresented institutions to improve their research environments

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