Pegasus and AtlanticWave-SDX Help Orchestrating Science Applications

The original post is published at https://pegasus.isi.edu/2021/03/08/pegasus-and-atlanticwave-sdx-help-orchestrating-science-applications/ Authors: Cong Wang (Renaissance Computing Institute), Yufeng Xin (Renaissance Computing Institute), Heidi Morgan (USC – Information Sciences Institute) Many new technologies and new paradigms are emerging in the research community to support science workflows, including the use of Data Transfer Nodes (DTNs), distributed compute...

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ESnet and FIU Receive NSF Award for Q-Factor

This framework enables high-speed data transfer optimization based on real-time programmable data plane telemetry March 23, 2021 Contact: cscomms@lbl.gov Energy Science Network (ESnet) and Florida International University (FIU) received a two-year National Science Foundation (NSF) Office of Advanced Cyberinfrastructure research grant for “Q-Factor: A framework to enable high-speed data transfer optimization based on...

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RENCI to develop advanced network software for AtlanticWave-SDX 2.0

Sharing big data requires big networks. Systems like AtlanticWave-SDX, which connects networks in the U.S., Chile, Brazil, and South Africa, provide specialized infrastructure needed to send vast amounts of scientific data across long distances, helping scientists make the most of powerful data collections. RENCI scientists contributed to the development of AtlanticWave-SDX,...

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CI Engineering Lunch & Learn: In-band Network Telemetry @ AmLight: Lessons Learned after 2 years

Designing, building, and maintaining advanced cyberinfrastructure to support scientific use cases can be challenging.  There are numerous items to learn about, and the learning can be never-ending.  As a community, it is important for all of us to be available to answer questions, propose new ideas, and build upon...

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SC20 Demo AtlanticWave-SDX

This demonstration will present the AtlanticWave-SDX and its features, creating a network topology across four geographically dispersed exchange points, and showing how the Pegasus application executes on the AtlanticWave-SDX. Please click here more details.

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AtlanticWave-SDX: A Distributed Intercontinental Experimental Software Defined

Miami, Florida, October 16, 2020 – Florida International University’s Center for Internet Augmented Research and Assessment (CIARA), in the Division of IT, is pleased to announce a new $6.5M five-year award from the U.S. National Science Foundation (NSF), Award# OAC-2029278, for the AtlanticWave-SDX: A Distributed Intercontinental Experimental Software Defined...

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AmLight Express and Protect demonstrates the utility of the collaborative initiative to connect South Africa via AmLight-SACS

Miami, Florida, March 30, 2020 – On March 1, 2020, we announced AmLight Express and Protect interconnects three continents by activating 100G end-to-end links between the U.S., Brazil and South Africa. Now this Research & Education networking advancement is showing it’s worth. The West African Cable System (WACS) suffered a significant fiber cut on...

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AmLight Express and Protect interconnects three continents by activating 100G end-to-end links between the U.S., Brazil and South Africa

Miami, Florida, March 1, 2020 – Florida International University (FIU), Rede Nacional de Ensino e Pesquisa (RNP), Tertiary Education and Research Network of South Africa and South African National Research Network (TENET/SANReN), and Angola Cables are pleased to announce the activation of lightpaths initially provisioned at 100Gbps linking North America,...

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4th SIG-NGN Meeting and LHCOPN/LHCONE workshop

Italo Valcy, CIARA Senior Network Engineer, participated in the 4th SIG-NGN Meeting and LHCOPN/LHCONE Workshop, an event hosted by CERN (European Organization for Nuclear Research) in Geneva, Switzerland from January 13, 2020, to January 17, 2020. The SIG-NGN is the Special Interest Group on Next Generation Networks. The main goal of...

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