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Trans. Light/Star. Light Tom De. Fanti (Principal Investigator) Maxine Brown (Co-Principal Investigator)
IRNC Award SCI-0441094 • In cooperation with US and European national research and education networks, Trans. Light/Star. Light will implement a strategy to best serve established production science • Trans. Light/Star. Light will support usage by those scientists, engineers and educators who have persistent large-flow, real-time, and/or other advanced application requirements
Scope of Work • Procure and maintain (minimally) one OC-192 circuit that connects UCAID’s Abilene network in New York City (NYC) to TERENA’s GÉANT L 3 network in Amsterdam. • Evaluate feasibility of a second OC-192 for L 1/L 2 production services for high-flow data/collaboration-intensive applications. • Ensure that appropriate traffic monitoring, measurement and analysis are accomplished through NSF-designated partners. • Provide related management, documentation, engineering support and education and outreach efforts, and attend relevant networking and/or discipline science meetings and conferences. • Promote and support availability to the advanced science, engineering and education communities who require ongoing transatlantic production services.
Trans. Light/Star. Light IRNC HPIIS Euro-Link OC-192 connection in place until June 30, 2005 Tender out for new link(s); responses due first week in April New link(s) to be live on July 1, 2005
Details of Interconnectivity • OC-192(s) between US and Europe – From MAN LAN in NYC to Nether. Light in Amsterdam – HDXc ports to be generously provided by Abilene and SURFnet • 1 st OC-192: Abilene and Abilene ITN L 3 connectivity – OC-192 between HDXc in NYC/MAN LAN and HDXc in Nether. Light – NOC services to be provided by Abilene and DANTE • 2 nd OC-192 (possible): L 1/L 2 connectivity – – To Europe via Netherlight, GEANT 2 and other circuits Throughout North America via NLR, Atlantic. Wave, HOPI, CA*net 4 To Asia via JGN-II and Trans. Light/Pacific Wave NOC services to be provided by Argonne/CENIC/PNWGP • NSF encourages use by transatlantic Fednet applications • All IRNCs connect via Abilene at L 3
MAN LAN Connection Diagram
Leveraging ~12 x. OC-192 s Trans-Atlantic Northern Light UKLight US Trans. Light/Star. Light (black) 10 -20 Gb NYC—Amsterdam US GLORIAD IRNC (Dark Blue) –~1 -10 Gb Chicago—Amsterdam GEANT/Internet 2 (red) – 30 Gb London, etc. —NYC/DC? UKLight to US (magenta) – 10 Gb London—Chicago CERN SURFnet to US (Green) – 10 Gb Amsterdam—NYC – 10 Gb Amsterdam—Chicago CERN to US (cyan) – 10 Gb CERN—Chicago IEEAF (blue) – 10 Gb NYC—Amsterdam Canadian CA*net 4 to US (white) – 40 Gb Chicago-Canada-NYC – 10 Gb NYC—Amsterdam Manhattan Landing European (not GEANT) (yellow) – 20 Gb Amsterdam—CERN – 10 Gb Prague—Amsterdam – 10 Gb Stockholm—Amsterdam – 10 Gb London—Amsterdam
Monitoring Plans and Problem Resolution Framework • • • L 3 NOC services to be provided by Abilene and GÉANT L 1/L 2 NOC services to be provided by PNWGP, CENIC, Argonne and SURFnet L 1/L 2 NOC services typically include: – – – – – Pre-installation design, engineering and post-installation top-level engineering support Assistance with international circuit provisioning, including with domestic and international local loops International and domestic circuit delivery Coordination of circuit, lambda, fiber connection and/or other cross-connect provisioning between providers and network organizations Cross-connections for physical fiber, including options for specialized equipment provisioning and crossconnections for experiments, testing, and demonstrations Service installation coordination (circuits, peering, addressing requests, equipment, wavelengths etc. ) Consulting on networking equipment selection and configuration for international and domestic circuits including fiber and wavelength interconnections Assistance with, and provisioning of, out-of-band circuit provisioning for management and control Hands-on services, e. g. changes to equipment, including installation of equipment in cabinets, replacing hardware boards, and verifying equipment state, changing cross-connects, etc. ) Continuous maintenance and outage notification Proactive device, wavelength, fiber continuity and circuit monitoring Problem analysis and escalation (incorporating full trouble-ticketing) Direct engineering service contact interfaces for all technical service problems and after-installation services Full service information database including: point of contact information for all services, providers, customers and equipment; all circuit wave and/or fiber information with contacts; including circuit ids and customer escalation lists), all open activities, etc. Assistance with equipment shipping including international shipping and customs processing Reporting on wave and fiber availability and performance. Maintain and test, on a continuing basis, out-of-band access to all optical equipment. Custom monitoring, analysis, and reporting for services and equipment.
Relevant Opportunities for Coordination with other IRNC Award Activities • • Measure with Matt & Matt Discuss security incidents and relevant security issues Assist transatlantic GLORIAD, African efforts Trade tools among Trans. Light, GLORIAD, Uv. A, I 2, etc. Promote MAN LAN as an Open Exchange Serve together on the IRNC Program Management Group Come together at i. Grid 2005 Workshop Sept. 26 -30
Trans. Light Science and Engineering Pledged Collaborators • Gabrielle Allen (LSU); Paul Avery (U Florida); Joe Bannister (USC/ISI); Chaitan Baru (UCSD); Micah Beck (U Tennessee); Fran Berman (UCSD/SDSC); Alan Chave (WHOI); Peter Clarke (UCL); Les Cottrell (SLAC); Donna Cox (UIUC/NCSA); Brian Davis (USGS EDC); Cees de Laat (Uv. A); John Delaney (U Washington); Rich De. Millo (Georgia Tech); Jack Dongarra (U Tennessee); Mark Ellisman (UCSD); Ian Foster (U Chicago and ANL); Robert Franza (U Washington); Eric Frost (SDSU); Jim Gray (Microsoft); Bob Grossman (UIC); Laurin Herr (PII); Ron Hutchins (Georgia Tech); Gwen Jacobs (Montana State); Lennart Johnsson (U Houston); Jim Kennedy (GEMINI); Rolf-Peter Kudritzki (U Hawaii); Jysoo Lee (KISTI); Jason Leigh (UIC); Shawn Mc. Kee (U Michigan); Harvey Newman (Caltech); Mike Norman (UCSD); John O’Callaghan (APAC); John Orcutt (UCSD/SIO); Steve Parsley (JIVE); Ed Seidel (LSU); Satoshi Sekiguchi (AIST); John Shalf (LBL); Rick Stevens (U Chicago/ANL); Alex Szalay (Johns Hopkins); Valerie Taylor (TAMU); Frank Vernon (UCSD/SIO); Alan Whitney (MIT Haystack); Bob Wilhelmson (NCSA/UIUC); John Wooley (UCSD); Charlie Zender (UCI)
Partners • Heidi Alvarez (FIU/WHREN); Tomonori Aoyama (Tokyo/JGN-II); Ruzena Bajcsy (UCB); Alan Blatecky (UNC); Jacqueline Brown (U Washington); Natasha Bulashova (UIUC/GLORIAD); Aubrey Bush (Georgia Tech); Charlie Catlett (U Chicago and ANL); Greg Cole (UIUC/GLORIAD); Bill Collins (NCAR); Chip Cox (FIU/WHREN); Jerry Draayer (SURA); Louis Fox (U Washington); Tom Greene (MIT); Jan Gruntorad (CESNET); Julio Ibarra (FIU/WHREN); Ann Marie Kimball (APEC); David Lassner (U Hawaii); Ed Lazowska (U Washington); Xing Li (CERNET); Joe Mambretti (NU); George Mc. Laughlin (AARNet); Jun Murai (Keio/WIDE); Kees Neggers (SURFnet); Dan Reed (UNC); Don Riley (U Maryland/IEEAF); Larry Smarr (Cal-(IT)2); Bill St. Arnaud (CANARIE); Peter Villemoes (NORDUnet); Frank Williams (U Alaska/ARSC); Steve Wolff (Cisco); Eugene Yeh (NCHC/TWAREN) • Erik-Jan Bos (SURFnet); René Hatem (CANARIE); Wendy Huntoon (PSC); Caren Litvanyi (IU); Marla Meehl (NCAR); Peter O’Neill (NCAR); Jim Pepin (USC); Dave Reese (CENIC); Victor Reijs (HEAnet); David Richardson (PNWGP/NLR); Vijay Samalam (SDSC/UCSD); Jerry Sobieski (MAX); Alan Verlo (UIC/Star. Light); Linda Winkler (ANL/I-WIRE/Tera. Grid/Star. Light)
i. Grid 2005 Organizing Institutions • • • • • • • • • • AARNet (Australia’s Research and Education Network), Australia APAN/Trans. PAC 2, Asia Pacific/USA Argonne National Laboratory, Mathematics and Computer Science Division, USA Calit 2 (California Institute for Telecommunications and Information Technology), University of California San Diego and University of California Irvine, USA California Institute of Technology, USA CANARIE, Canada CENIC (Corporation for Education Network Initiatives in California), USA CESNET, Czech Republic Chinese Academy of Science, Computer Network Information Center, China DANTE/GÉANT 2, Europe ESnet, Department of Energy, USA European Commission, DG Information Society, Research Infrastructure, Europe Florida International University, Center for Internet Augmented Research & Assessment (CIARA)/WHREN, USA HEAnet, Ireland IEEAF (Internet Educational Equal Access Foundation), USA Indiana University, USA Internet 2, USA Japanese Gigabit Network II (JGN-II), Japan Joint Information Systems Committee (JISC)/UKERNA/UKLight, United Kingdom KISTI (Korea Institute of Science and Technology Information), Korea National Center for High Performance Computing (NCHC), Taiwan National Center for Supercomputing Applications (NCSA)/ University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign National Lambda. Rail (NLR), USA Nether. Light, The Netherlands NORDUnet/Northern. Light, Nordic Countries (Sweden, Denmark, Iceland, Finland, Norway) Northwestern University, International Center for Advanced Internet Research (i. CAIR), USA Pacific Interface, Inc. , USA PRAGMA (Pacific Rim Applications and Grid Middleware Assembly), 23 institutions around the Pacific Rim Star. Light, USA SURA (Southeastern Universities Research Association), USA SURFnet, The Netherlands TERENA (Trans-European Research and Education Networking Association), Europe The Quilt, USA University of Amsterdam, Advanced Internet Research Group (AIR), The Netherlands University of Illinois at Chicago, Electronic Visualization Laboratory (EVL), USA University of Southern California, USA University of Tennessee/Oak Ridge National Laboratory/GLORIAD, USA University of Washington/Pacific Northwest Giga. Po. P/Pacific Wave/Research Channel, USA
Challenges • Political – – L 3 bandwidth increases ~4 X: balance? Impedence matching with DANTE L 1/L 2 allocation and measurement/reporting New IRNC AUP definition and enforcement • Technical – – L 1/L 2 bandwidth doubles: control? L 1/L 2 allocation and measurement/reporting New IRNC AUP implementation Security
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