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Shaping Collaboration 2006. Geneva, Switzerland 11 December 2006 Douglas Van Houweling President & CEO, Internet2. Introduction. CERN has been an affiliate member of Internet2 since 1997 Only member outside the United States

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shaping collaboration 2006

Shaping Collaboration 2006

Geneva, Switzerland11 December 2006

Douglas Van Houweling

President & CEO, Internet2

introduction
Introduction
  • CERN has been an affiliate member of Internet2 since 1997
    • Only member outside the United States
    • Recognizes CERN’s role as a pioneer in the use of and development of large scale information and communications technology
internet2 mission and goals
Internet2 Mission and Goals

Internet2 Mission

  • Develop and deploy advanced network applications and technologies, accelerating the creation of tomorrow’s Internet.

Internet2 Goals

  • Enable new generation of applications
  • Re-create leading edge R&E network capability
  • Transfer technology and experience to the global production Internet
internet2
Internet2
  • Not-for-profit membership organization
  • 322 members
  • 84 employees
    • 36 at member institutions
  • Offices in Ann Arbor, Michigan & Washington, D. C.
  • ~ $30 M annual budget
    • 90% from member dues and fees
    • 8% US government
internet2 partnerships
Internet2 Partnerships

Internet2 fosters the partnerships and collaboration that spurred the development of the Internet.

  • Academia
  • Industry
  • Government
  • International
internet2 affiliate members
Altarum

American Distance Education Consortium

Association of Universities for Research in Astronomy (AURA)

CERN

Charles R. Drew University

Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia

Cleveland Institute of Music

Cleveland Museum of Art

CENIC

Desert Research Institute

EDUCAUSE

ESnet

Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society (HIMSS)

Howard Hughes Medical Institute

Indiana Higher Education Telecommunications System (IHETS)

Inter-American Development Bank

Internet Educational Equal Access Foundation

Jet Propulsion Laboratory

LEARN

The Library of Congress

Los Alamos National Laboratory

Manhattan School of Music

MCNC

Merit Network, Inc.

MOREnet

NASA Goddard Space Flight Center

NASA Marshall Space Flight Center

National Archives and Records Administration

National Institutes of Health

NOAA – Washington, D.C.

National Science Foundation

New World Symphony

NJEDge.Net

NYSERNet, Inc.

Oak Ridge National Laboratory

OARnet

OneNet

Pacific Northwest National Laboratory

PeachNet

Ruth Lily Health Education Center

SURA

Southwest Research Institute

TOPIX

U.S. Census Bureau

United Nations System of Organizations

United States Antarctic Program

United States Dept. of Commerce Boulder Labs

United States Holocaust Memorial Museum

University Corporation for Atmospheric Research

University of North Carolina General Administration

The World Bank

Internet2 Affiliate Members
internet2 international partners
Internet2 International Partners

Europe-Middle East

ARNES (Slovenia)BELNET (Belgium)

CARNET (Croatia)

CESnet (Czech Republic)

DANTE (Europe)

DFN-Verein (Germany)

FCCN (Portugal)

GARR (Italy)

GIP-RENATER (France)

GRNET (Greece)

HEAnet (Ireland)

HUNGARNET (Hungary)

Israel-IUCC (Israel)

NORDUnet (Nordic Countries)

POL-34 (Poland)

Qatar Foundation (Qatar)

RedIRIS (Spain)

RESTENA (Luxemburg)

RIPN (Russia)

SANET (Slovakia)

Stichting SURF (Netherlands)

SWITCH (Switzerland)

JISC, UKERNA (United Kingdom)

Asia-Pacific

AAIREP (Australia)

APAN (Asia-Pacific)

ANF (Korea)

CERNET, CSTNET, NSFCNET (China)

ERNET, C-DAC (India)

JAIRC (Japan)

JUCC (Hong Kong)

SingAREN (Singapore)

MYREN/MDeC (Malaysia)

NECTEC / UNINET(Thailand)

TANet2 (Taiwan)

NGI-NZ (New Zealand)

TERENA (Europe)

Africa

MCIT [EUN/ENSTINET] (Egypt)

TENET (South Africa)

Americas

CANARIE (Canada)

CLARA (Latin America & Caribbean)

CEDIA (Ecuador)

CNTI (Venezuela)

CR2Net (Costa Rica)

CUDI (Mexico)

REUNA (Chile)

RETINA (Argentina)

RNP [FAPESP] (Brazil)

SENACYT (Panama)

internet2 corporate sponsors
Arbor Networks

Campus Televideo

Codian, Inc.

Ford Motor Company

Foundry Networks

Glimmerglass

HP

inSORS Integrated Communications

Polycom Worldwide

RADVISION

Raptor Networks Technology, Inc

TANDBERG

VBrick Systems

Internet2 Corporate Sponsors
internet2 corporate members
ADVA Optical Networking

Apparent Networks

C-SPAN

Caterpillar, Inc.

Comcast Cable

CommuniGate Systems

EBSCO Information Services

Education Networks of America, Inc.

Eli Lilly and Company

Fujitsu Laboratories of America

GigaBeam Corporation

Google

HaiVision Systems, Inc.

Hong Kong Cyberport Management Co. Ltd

KDDI Corporation

LifeSize Communications

Lucent Technologies

Marratech AB

Motion Picture Association of America

Napster, LLC

Nippon Telephone and Telegraph (NTT)

Northrop Grumman Information Technology

OCLC Online Computer Library Center

PAETEC Communications, Inc.

Prous Science, S.A.

RIAA

Red Hat, Inc.

Ruckus Network, Inc.

Schlumberger

Star Valley Solutions, Inc.

Steelcase, Inc.

The Thomson Corporation

V3 Enterprises, Inc.

VoEx, Inc

VSNL International.

Warner Bros.

Internet2 Corporate Members
the digital technology base
The Digital Technology Base
  • Computing
    • Cost/effective, ubiquitous, distributed
  • Networks
    • Cost/effective, pervasive, reliable
  • Information
    • Born digital and converted from analog
  • Human/computer interfaces
    • Multi-mode, immersive, portable
  • Sensor technology
    • Autonomous, distributed, adaptive
the collaboration imperative
The Collaboration Imperative
  • Today’s information and computing technology base has the capability to enhance collaborative science
  • Instruments increasingly expensive and/or distributed
  • Multi-disciplinary, multi-capability teams
  • Faculty geographically distributed for instructional mission
  • Enhanced performance
requirements

Requirements

Institutional Policy & Community Norms

Requirements

Applications

Middleware

Networks

Computation & Storage

the view from internet2
The View from Internet2
  • Computation and Storage
  • Network
  • Middleware
  • Applications
  • Institutional Policy and Community Norms
computation storage
Computation & Storage
  • Collaborating with Open Science Grid and Teragrid
    • Teragrid file system access
  • Support for Tier 2 and Tier 3 LHC data distribution
  • Distributed Storage Infrastructure
new internet2 network characteristics
New Internet2 Network Characteristics
  • Hybrid networking capabilities
  • Dedicated equipment and fiber
  • Carrier-provided maintenance
  • Simultaneous support of diverse requirements
    • experimental projects
    • production services
  • Integrated with international networks
new internet2 network capacities
New Internet2 Network Capacities
  • Initial capacity 10x today’s network
    • 10 wavelengths at 10 Gbps
  • Future capacity nearly unlimited
    • 40 Gbps and 100 Gbps wavelength capabilities
    • Unlimited additional wavelengths available
  • Rapid provisioning of dedicated circuits
  • Flexibly-sized circuit capacity
internet2 network layer 1
Internet2 Network - Layer 1

Internet2 Network Optical Switching Node

Level3 Regen Site

Internet2 Redundant Drop/Add Site

ESnet Drop/Add Site

esnet4
ESnet4
  • ESnet has partnered with Internet2 to:
    • Share the optical infrastructure
    • Develop new circuit-oriented network services
    • Explore mechanisms that could be used for the ESnet Network Operations Center (NOC) and the Internet2/Indiana University NOC to back each other up for disaster recovery purposes
esnet4 2009 configuration

ESnet IP switch/router hubs

ESnet IP core

ESnet Science Data Network core

ESnet SDN core, NLR links (existing)

Lab supplied link

LHC related link

MAN link

International IP Connections

Internet2 circuit number

ESnet IP switch only hubs

Layer 1 optical nodes not currently in ESnet plans

Layer 1 optical nodes at eventual ESnet Points of Presence

Lab site

(20)

ESnet4 2009 Configuration

Seattle

(28)

(? )

Portland

(8)

3

Boise

(29)

Boston

(9)

3

Chicago

(7)

Clev.

2

3

(10)

(11)

3

NYC

Pitts.

3

(25)

(13)

(32)

3

Denver

Sunnyvale

(12)

Philadelphia

(14)

KC

Salt Lake City

(15)

3

3

(26)

2

(16)

(21)

Wash. DC

2

3

Indianapolis

(27)

2

(23)

2

(30)

(22)

(0)

Raleigh

3

Tulsa

LA

Nashville

2

Albuq.

OC48

(24)

2

2

(4)

2

(3)

San Diego

1

(1)

Atlanta

(2)

(20)

(19)

2

Jacksonville

El Paso

2

(17)

(6)

(5)

BatonRouge

Houston

ESnet SDN switch hubs

middleware
Middleware
  • The Vision - a systems approach to scientific collaboration.
    • A consistent management experience across a rich variety of scientific and collaborative activities
  • Building an infrastructure linked to that vision
    • National and international networking capabilities
    • Sustainable campus infrastructure that
      • Increases effectiveness in collaboration
      • Integrates science and education
  • Linking applications to the infrastructure
why middleware
Why middleware?
  • Ease of use
    • Common tools used in a consistent fashion
    • Allow students to access research capabilities in instructional environments
  • Better security
    • Integrate with local security
    • Facilitate flexible options for effective use
    • Preserve privacy but maintain accountability
  • Facilitate advanced networking and science
    • Trust-mediated transparency
    • Transparent-to-use tools for collaboration
    • Better diagnostics
  • Realizes efficiencies, economic and strategic, that serves both the institution and its individuals
middleware integration
Middleware Integration
  • The standard suite…
    • List serve, protected wiki, IM buddy list, collaboration and learning environments (Sakai), audio & videoconferencing, access-controlled web site, shared calendaring, etc…
  • Integrated with enterprise-based systems
    • No separate calendars to maintain
    • Consistent user interface in managing local and virtual lives
middleware tools
Middleware Tools
  • Security Assertion Markup Language (SAML)
    • Shibboleth – federating software
    • Signet – privilege management
    • Grouper – group management
  • GridShib
    • Federated identity in service of the grid
  • Federations
    • Federations have been formed in a large number of countries (SWITCH-AAI, Surfnet, InCommon, DK-AAI, FRA-AAI, etc.)
    • For instance, Internet2 member meeting demo of campus credentials for FastLane
applications
Applications
  • Large scale file transfer
  • Video conferencing and telepresence
    • Internet2 commons
      • Support for H.323, VRVS/EVO, Access Grid
      • Site coordinator training, MCU access
    • Digital Video Transport System (DVTS)
    • Research Channel iHDTV
  • Remote instrument control
  • Visualization
institutional policy community norms
Institutional Policy & Community Norms
  • Campus cyberinfrastructure days
    • With Open Science Grid and Teragrid
    • Work with:
      • Researchers
      • CIOs
      • Administration
      • Regional network providers
    • Providers/supporters of critical applications
in conclusion
In conclusion:
  • Internet2 is focused on working with others to build a comprehensive collaboration environment
  • LHC is the largest, most demanding collaboration in the world
  • Internet2 looks forward to supporting the LHC collaborators
  • While the LHC collaborations are required for science, they could once again lead the world to a new paradigm
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