The on-demand network services for Scientific Community

workshop & demonstrations

Time: Sunday 7th June, 10:00 - 14:30

Location: Parallel B, UMA-Lawschool, Avenida Louis Pasteur, 26, Malaga, Spain

This workshop demonstrates different approaches to the provisioning of on-demand network services for the scientific community. It tackles a number of implementations carried out by the European projects, including PHOSPHORUS (HARMONY, G2MPLS, Generic AAA Authorization and Middleware Frameworks) and GÉANT2 (AutoBahn). In particular, the workshop highlights the integration between transport networks, Grid middleware, applications and supporting tools like simulators by the presentation of solutions for seamless single-step provisioning of on-demand services across multi-domain networks. The presentations will be supported by live demonstrations.

During the event special gifts will be given to the workshop attendees through a lucky draw.

The workshop finishes with a lunch, where the participants will have a chance to discuss the technical and non-technical aspects of network provisioning and enjoy excellent regional cuisine.

More details you can find on the TNC 2009 website.


Time Presentation title Speaker
10:00-10:30 Where we are going with BoD systems Artur Binczewski
10:30-11:00 Lightpaths to the User using Harmony, a Phosphorus Approach for Multi-domain Resource Brokering Joan Antoni Garcia Espin
11:00-11:30 Enabling Grid-Network Services via Control Plane: the Phosphorus G2MPLS way to the e-Infrastructures Giacomo Bernini
11:30-12:00 Coffee break
12:00-12:30 Rapid Deployment of VS Workflows on PHOSPHORUS using Meta Scheduling Service Bjorn Hagemeier and Shahid Mohammad
12:30-13:00 Authorisation infrastructure for on-demand multidomain Optical Network Resource Provisioning Yuri Demchenko
13:00-13:30 Scalable Design of Resilient Optical Grids Marc De Leenheer
13:30-14:00 NSI: The common interface towards network services Eduard Escalona
14:00-14:30 Panel discussion
14:30-15:00 Lunch