NDDI/OS3E Service Launch Overview Webinar, December 8, 2011, 2:00p (ET)
Software defined networking (SDN) has the potential to provide the same level of customization for networks that apps have brought to cell phones. Attend this webinar to learn about exciting new SDN solutions for astronomers, climatologists, physicists, medical researchers—anyone whose work depends on the exacting exchange of massive data files.
Internet2, Indiana University, and the Clean Slate Program at Stanford University are rapidly building new capabilities that will allow SDN innovation to flourish in the Internet2 community through a collaboration known as the Network Development and Deployment Initiative (NDDI). During the webinar, Internet2 will showcase a new suite of services from its own SDN application development, the Open Science, Scholarship and Services Exchange (OS3E). OS3E is being launched to support global research and create new opportunities for Internet2 members to innovate. Also included:
- An overview of the underlying technology
- A demonstration of the OS3E service and its interoperability with networks around the globe
- The service delivery model for NDDI and OS3E
- Connecting to OS3E
- How OS3E connects with other existing network infrastructures
Register now to learn about these groundbreaking services! Registration will close at 10:00a (ET), December 8, 2011.