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Welcome ndm11

  1. 1. The Network-Aware Data Management Workshop held in conjunction withthe IEEE/ACM International Conference for High Performance Computing, Networking, Storage and Analysis (SC11)https://sites.google.com/a/lbl.gov/ndm2011/
  2. 2. WELCOME The Network-Aware Data Management Workshop Mehmet Balman Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory mbalman@lbl.gov Surendra Byna Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory sbyna@lbl.govhttps://sites.google.com/a/lbl.gov/ndm2011/
  3. 3. The Network-Aware Data Management Workshop Opening Mehmet Balman Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratoryhttps://sites.google.com/a/lbl.gov/ndm2011/
  4. 4. ScopeThe amount of data is continuously growing. Managinglarge amounts of data in a collaborative environment is areal challengeQuestions: – In order to deliver true exascale performance to the application layer: • what additional methodologies are necessary for high-bandwidth networks? – In order to ease the burden on users to configure and tune their applications for high-performance data access over the network: • how do we enhance data management services and make them network-aware?
  5. 5. Scientific Data Management Scientific Databases, indexing and data analysis Storage Resource Management (SRM implementation) End-to-end resource provisioning High-speed high-bandwidth networks connecting institutions Middleware tools to manage scientific data across the world  (fault tolerant and high-performance transfers)
  6. 6. Recent research Advance network reservation, flexible bandwidth allocation, scheduling data movement between distributed systems Efficient use of next-generation high-bandwidth networks for climate sciences - Use of 100Gbps WAN (Climate 100 demo at booth 512)
  7. 7. Goals of the Workshop  Discuss emerging trends in use of networking for data management  Address novel abstraction techniques for data representation  New methodologies to simplify end-to-end data flow by providing:  Transparent data management services  End-to-end resource coordination  Network-aware tools for the scientific community And, create new collaboration between network and data management communities
  8. 8. Agenda9:00 - 9:15 Welcome9:15 - 10:15 Keynote Speech10:15 - 10:30 Break10:30 - 12:00 Paper Presentations (session I)12:00 - 13:00 Lunch Break13:00 - 14:50 Paper Presentations (session II)14:50 - 15:15 Break15:15 - 16:30 Panel Discussion16:30 - 17:00 Best Paper Announcement
  9. 9. Keynote Accelerating Data-driven Discovery by Outsourcing the Mundane Ian FosterDr. Ian Foster is Director of the Computation Institute, Professor inthe Department of Computer Science at the University of Chicago.He is also a Senior Scientist and Distinguished Fellow at theArgonne National Laboratory. He is well known for the GlobusProject, his research and development effort addressingcomputational and communications problems for collaborativecomputing.
  10. 10. PapersdFtree - A Fat-tree Routing Algorithm using Dynamic Allocation of Virtual Lanes to Alleviate Congestion in InfiniBand Networks(best paper candidate)Presenter: Wei Lin Guay, Simula Research Laboratory, NorwayPredicting Network Throughput for Grid Applications on Network Virtualization Areas(best paper candidate)Presenter: Chunghan Lee , Toyohashi University of Technology, JapanNetwork-Aware End-to-End Data Throughput OptimizationPresenter: Tevfik Kosar, State University of New York at Buffalo.Network-aware Data Movement AdvisorPresenter: Patrick Brown, Southern Illinois University
  11. 11. PapersScientific Data Movement enabled by the DYNES InstrumentPresenter: Jason Zurawski, Internet 2CernVM-FS: Delivering Scientific Software to Globally Distributed Computing ResourcesPresenter: Jakob Blomer, CERN, SwitzerlandA Peer-to-Peer Architecture for Data-Intensive Cycle SharingPresenter: Ian Kelley, Cardiff University, UKAn Architecture for a Data-Intensive ComputerPresenter: Edward Givelberg, Johns Hopkins University
  12. 12. Panel Discussion Data management in exa-scale computing and terabit networking eraRichard CarlsonDoE Office of Advanced Scientific Computing Research Ann Chervenak USC Information Sciences Institute Daniel S. Katz University of Chicago and Argonne National Laboratory Dhabaleswar Panda Ohio State UniversityBrian TierneyESnet/Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
  13. 13. * What research challenges do you expect in exa-scale data management on terabit networks?* What applications need exa-scale computing and terabit networks?* What is the scope of data management research on faster network?* What are the performance problems in next-generation high- bandwidth networks?* How do applications accommodate next generation networks?* What are the challenges for middleware developers to adapt exa-scale data management on terabit networks?* What are the major challenges in network management in terms of provisioning capacity and path, performance monitoring and diagnosis tools?
  14. 14. BEST PAPER AWARDdFtree - A Fat-tree Routing Algorithm using Dynamic Allocation of Virtual Lanes to Alleviate Congestion in InfiniBand NetworksPresenter: Wei Lin Guay, Simula Research Laboratory, NorwayBEST PAPER HONORABLE MENTION Predicting Network Throughput for Grid Applications on Network Virtualization AreasPresenter: Chunghan Lee , Toyohashi University of Technology, Japan
  15. 15. THANK YOU The Network-Aware Data Management Workshop Mehmet Balman Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory mbalman@lbl.gov Surendra Byna Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory sbyna@lbl.govhttps://sites.google.com/a/lbl.gov/ndm2011/
  16. 16. The Network-Aware Data Management Workshop held in conjunction withthe IEEE/ACM International Conference for High Performance Computing, Networking, Storage and Analysis (SC11)https://sites.google.com/a/lbl.gov/ndm2011/

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