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Fwd: OIN Workshop Offers Training in SDN, Science DMZ, DTNs, perfSONAR and Science Engagement


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  • From: Jason Zurawski <>
  • To: perfsonar-announce <>, "" <>
  • Subject: Fwd: OIN Workshop Offers Training in SDN, Science DMZ, DTNs, perfSONAR and Science Engagement
  • Date: Thu, 15 May 2014 10:09:43 -0400

All;

Please see below for an announcement on an upcoming technical workshop.  If you would like to see future announcements of this sort, we would encourage you to sign up for the fasterdata-events announcement list:


Thanks;

-jason

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From: Jason Zurawski <>
Subject: OIN Workshop Offers Training in SDN, Science DMZ, DTNs, perfSONAR and Science Engagement
Date: May 15, 2014 10:01:59 AM EDT
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Registration open for Next OIN Workshop in Eugene Oregon
Workshop Offers Hands-on Training in SDN, Science DMZ, DTNs, perfSONAR, and Science Engagement
July 8-9, 2014
University of Oregon
Eugene, OR

Only 20 seats available, No registration fee!!
Register here:  
http://www.oinworkshop.com

ESnet, Indiana University, Internet2, and the University of Oregon are hosting the next Operating Innovative Networks (OIN) workshop on the campus of the University of Oregon, on July 8-9, 2014 and will be open to approximately 20 attendees with no registration fee. The series is designed to help lab and campus network engineers deploy next-gen research networks that can effectively support data-intensive science. 

The workshop will consist of 2-days of presentation material along with “hands-on” exercises for building and deploying Science DMZs, Software Defined Networks, perfSONAR, Data Transfer Nodes, and Science Engagement.  The content will be particularly useful for NSF CC-NIE awardees that are being funded to upgrade their networks with these technologies, or those looking to prepare for future solicitations.  By the end of the event, attendees will have a better understanding of the requirements for supporting scientific use of the network, architectural strategies that can simplify these interactions, and knowledge of tools that can mitigate problems users may encounter.

For complete information on the program, location and registration details, visit: http://www.oinworkshop.com
Registration will close when the number of registration slots has been exhausted.

Questions about this workshop can be directed to: 


  • Fwd: OIN Workshop Offers Training in SDN, Science DMZ, DTNs, perfSONAR and Science Engagement, Jason Zurawski, 05/15/2014

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