Registration is Open for May 2020 Network Automation and Cloud NetSec Workshops
By Alok Vimawala, Eric Boyd, and Kris Steinhoff (University of Michigan); Bob Flynn and Grover Browning (Indiana University); Jon-Paul Herron (GlobalNOC), and Karl Newell (Internet2)
Over the past two years, the University of Michigan has partnered with Internet2 and the University of Minnesota to host a pair of back-to-back workshops focused on Network Automation and Cloud Networking.
This year, Indiana University, the Cloud Forum, Internet2, and the University of Michigan are pleased to announce the third pair of these workshops. Indiana University is hosting the event, which is held from May 27-29, 2020 in Bloomington, Ind. These workshops will be focused on Network Automation and Cloud Networking & Security.
Here is information on the workshops' registration, travel details, and the draft agendas. There is no registration fee for the event. Indiana University, with support from the Global NOC and REN-ISAC, will cover the venue, breakfast, lunches, and snacks, leaving participants responsible for travel, lodging, and dinner.
Your interest is welcome for one or both workshops. We are hoping for between 40 and 60 people each day, but not necessarily the same attendees for both workshops. If there's sufficient interest, we'll pick attendees with an aim for a diverse and representative crowd.
Each workshop will lead to a short report on alternatives, best practices, or recommended community approaches to be shared with the community for discussion at the 2020 Internet2 Technology Exchange held Oct. 5-8 in Atlanta, Ga.
We look forward to seeing you in Bloomington!