Events



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5G: pan-European mobile research capabilities

19/06 14.00 - 15.30 | Room to be announced


Description

Research in mobile networks is hampered today by the lack of access to licensed spectrum and commercial equipment. Telecom providers and mobile network operators have invested heavily in licensed radio spectrum and the cellular infrastructure needed to utilize that spectrum. Emerging 5G technologies and IoT-like services require a level of integration with the network (not previously required )to provide extremely low latency services for autonomous vehicles, gaming, sensors, and advanced computationally or data intense services. Research in these technologies are not just hampered by financial or commercial issues, there are jurisdictional and legal issues surrounding access to and use of licensed spectrum. The EuWireless Project is developing the technical capabilities and administrative recommendations that will allow network researchers to access and share licensed spectrum and link it seamlessly with edge computing facilities, core transport facilities, and large-scale cloud facilities. Technical approaches utilizing abstraction and infrastructure virtualization, network slicing, and software-defined network (SDN) are being complemented with access to spectrum virtualization and sharing, software-defined radio (SDR), and mobile user equipment and applications.

Presenters

  • Nicholas Mbonimpa (Research and Education Network for Uganda (RENU))
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AD HOC meeting room

17/06 14.00 - 15.30 | Seminar Room


Description

A list of Ad Hoc meeting room slots will be available at the registration desk only for the duration of the conference (not before) and will be managed by the organising team. No bookings can be made before June 16th.

Presenters

  • Steffie Bosman (N/A)
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AD HOC meeting room

19/06 18.00 - 19.00 | Seminar Room


Description

A list of Ad Hoc meeting room slots will be available at the registration desk only for the duration of the conference (not before) and will be managed by the organising team. No bookings can be made before June 16th.

Presenters

  • Steffie Bosman (N/A)
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AD HOC meeting room

18/06 14.00 - 15.30 | Seminar Room


Description

A list of Ad Hoc meeting room slots will be available at the registration desk only for the duration of the conference (not before) and will be managed by the organising team. No bookings can be made before June 16th.

Presenters

  • Steffie Bosman (N/A)
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AD HOC meeting room

17/06 08.00 - 10.30 | Seminar Room


Description

A list of Ad Hoc meeting room slots will be available at the registration desk only for the duration of the conference (not before) and will be managed by the organising team. No bookings can be made before June 16th.

Presenters

  • Steffie Bosman (N/A)
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AfricaConnect2/3 Coordination Meeting

16/06 14.00 - 17.30 | Tower Room


Description

A meeting between GÉANT, the UbuntuNet alliance, WACREN, ASREN and the EC to coordinate activities in AC2 and prepare for AC3 proposal submission and implementation. This is a closed meeting for the the 4 AfricaConnect 2 implementing organisations only.

Presenters

  • Cathrin Stöver (GÉANT)
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Are we done with T&I?

17/06 16.00 - 17.30 | Room to be announced


Description

Trust and Identity has long been a theme at TNC and might lead you to ask, are we not done yet with this space? These three presentations will show how Identity Federations and NRENs are continuing to evolve and change the way they think about identity to meet the needs of students, staff and researchers.

Presenters

  • Rhys Smith (Jisc)
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Are you ready for your next crisis?

19/06 11.00 - 12.30 | Room to be announced


Description

Crisis exercises are an ideal way of allowing a group of people – ranging in size from a small team to multiple organisations – the opportunity to test and train their way of dealing with (aspects of) a crisis in a safe manner and context. Conducting crisis exercises has additional benefits next to the immediate benefits related to security: It effectively shines a light on the importance of crisis management, tests personal and team skills and provides a group-bonding experience to the players that will make working together in times of a real crisis much easier.

Presenters

  • Alf Moens (SURFnet)
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Building Foundations of Trust / Research Infrastructures

18/06 11.00 - 12.30 | Black Box


Description

Our Tuesday Plenary will bring two keynotes - Merike Kaeo, CEO and founder of Double Shot Security and John Womersley, Director General of the European Spallation Source.

Presenters

  • Inder Monga (ESnet)
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Canadian NREN Partners & Global NREN CEO Meeting

19/06 14.00 - 15.30 | D-Hall


Description

N/A

Presenters

  • Kathryn Anthonisen (CANARIE)
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CEO Forum Security Working Group

16/06 09.00 - 12.30 | Science Class


Description

The CEO Forum Security Working Group will meet for the third time at TNC to share information and knowledge and to continue working on the main initiatives. The group is initiates and supported by the Global NREN CEO Forum.

Presenters

  • Sigita Jurkynaite (N/A)
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Closing Plenary

19/06 16.00 - 17.30 | Room to be announced


Description

With: Tusu Tusubira, Founding CEO of the UbuntuNet Alliance & Managing Partner of Knowledge Consulting Ltd

Presenters

  • Josva Kleist (NORDUnet A/S)
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Cloud Café

19/06 18.00 - 20.00 | GÉANT Booth


Description

N/A

Presenters

  • Maria Ristkok (N/A)
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Cloud User Stories

19/06 09.00 - 10.30 | Room to be announced


Description

The GÉANT digital single cloud market changed the way European researchers and instructors access cloud services. In this session you will hear how institutions and NRENs have saved time, money and improved research and education by deploying cloud-based services safely and easily. Representatives from HEAnet, DFN, JISC, SURFnet and RedIRIS will share their institutions’ experience, as well as their own. This session is recommended for anyone interested in cloud sourcing, migration and usage for their own institution, or to support cloud deployment of other users.

Presenters

  • Kristina Lillemets (N/A)
  • Andres Ehrenpreis (N/A)
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Collaborating to Connect the North

20/06 14.00 - 17.30 | Seminar Room


Description

A focussed discussion on exploring shared challenges and strategies for NRENs who support remote geographic areas. The purpose of this meeting is to bring together any NREN who has or is currently working towards increase/enhance connectivity in remote geographic regions. This is a shared global challenge and TNC is a unique opportunity to come together to learn from and support each other.

Presenters

  • Eloise Tan (ORION)
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Combining clouds with Fogbow

18/06 15.30 - 16.00 | Demo area


Description

N/A

Presenters

  • Francisco Brasileiro (UFCG)
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Crypto For Now!

18/06 16.00 - 17.30 | Room to be announced


Description

This session will look at a variety of new and emerging projects in the field of cryptography that are support innovation in the NREN environment. Covering topics as diverse as Internet of Things (IoT), Hardware Security Modules (HSM) and document encryption, this session will demonstrate that cryptography is still very much a technology for now!

Presenters

  • Robin Wilton (N/A)
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Diamond Key Hardware Security Module (HSM)

19/06 12.45 - 13.15 | Demo area


Description

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Presenters

  • Brook Schofield (GÉANT)
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Digital collaborations

18/06 09.00 - 10.30 | Room to be announced


Description

How to provide the better services to support for the scientific and educational purposes in our community is a very popular topic for many years since NRENs were established. The three presentations in this session will share their experiences and lessons learned nowadays about how to work with their end users to support data transfer for the distributed collaborations between domain scientists, and to support the universities and institutions for building their digital learning environment.

Presenters

  • Jie An (China Education and Research Network Center)
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edu*

18/06 16.00 - 17.30 | Room to be announced


Description

The edu* (wildcard) session is all about edu* services and supportive actions – edumeet, edubadges and eduVPN. The edu* suite is all about services developed by NRENs for NRENs to meet the specific and unique needs of our community. * edumeet aims to tackle issues of standardised compliance and cost of service. * edubadges will provide a more flexible and transparent approach to curriculum and grading for all learners. * eduVPN tackles the security and privacy concerns of the very mobile staff and student that we cater for. We will see and discuss how those three activities have supported the NREN community, why it was important to tackle these issues as NRENS, how important issues like standards, security and privacy were tackled and where we are heading next with these edu* products.

Presenters

  • Sten Aus (N/A)
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eduroam Managed IdP

17/06 15.30 - 16.00 | Demo area


Description

The eduroam development team completed the production rollout of their new service "eduroam Managed IdP". The service enables the creation and deployment of eduroam user accounts in a web-browser in real-time, secured with EAP-TLS (client certificates) - in a very easy to use interface to the end users. The demonstration shows the entire system at work, with an open invitation to start using the service instantly.

Presenters

  • Stefan Winter (RESTENA Foundation)
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eduTEAMS - Enabling digital communities

18/06 09.00 - 10.30 | Room to be announced


Description

eduTEAMS enables users to create digital communities through which they can collaborate by sharing digital resources and services in a secure, flexible and scalable manner. eduTEAMS provides a central point for the digital community to manage its membership, to connect trusted identity sources and service providers. Communities can define access and sharing policies and integrate with the European Open Science Cloud (EOSC) and other environments. In this session we are going present how eduTEAMS is being used by several communities in order to enhance their IT security and user experience and take the full advantage of federated access. We are going to discuss how eduTEAMS implements the AARC Blueprint Architecture, its capabilities and roadmap and how it can enable digital communities across a spectrum of disciplines and sizes to create and manage their collaborative environments. In this session, we are going present how eduTEAMS is being used by several communities in order to enhance their IT security, Identity Management capabilities and user experience and take the full advantage of federated access. We are going to discuss how eduTEAMS implements the AARC BPA and how it can enable digital communities across a spectrum of disciplines and sizes to use best practices, the collective knowledge and the work that has been put in eduTEAMS by the GÉANT community itself.

Presenters

  • Mandeep Saini (Ms)
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eduVPN Service Update

17/06 08.00 - 10.30 | Terrace Hall


Description

eduVPN aims to become the VPN default for education and research. Since 2018, a number of NRENs and institutions have started deploying the service. This meeting aims at presenting the status of the service, answering questions from NRENs and research and education institutions and requiring new requirements.

Presenters

  • Tangui Coulouarn (DeiC)
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EOSC

18/06 09.00 - 10.30 | Room to be announced


Description

Want to find out more about how different aspects of the European Open Science Cloud support and forge new Digital Societies – and what this paradigm change means for European National Research and Education Networks? Then this is the session for you! We aim to demonstrate how EOSC supports pan-European digital societies and wider communities and also showcase existing and fledgling National initiatives and collaborations. You will also learn more about how Research and Education communities can benefit from current and future European Open Science Cloud initiatives and how you can get involved.

Presenters

  • Natalia Manola (University of Athens, Greece)
  • Cathrin Stöver (GÉANT)
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EOSC Portal – a practical way of supporting and building new Digital Communities

18/06 13.20 - 13.50 | Demo area


Description

Want to find out more about how different aspects of the EOSC Portal support and forge new Digital Societies? Then come and view our demonstration! The EOSC Portal drives a new, open science cloud forward so that resources are available in one place, across borders and scientific disciplines. It provides access to digital communities of researchers from all domains allowing for transparency and lowering barriers to entry. One the one hand it makes the work of existing (digital communities) easier and, on the other hand, supports the creation of new digital communities. The EOSC Portal is jointly developed and maintained by current implementation projects: eInfraCentral, EOSC-hub, EOSCpilot and OpenAIRE-Advance.

Presenters

  • Jelena Angelis (EFIS Centre)
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Everything you always wanted to know about cloud but were afraid to ask

19/06 11.00 - 12.30 | Room to be announced


Description

With research and education becoming increasingly global and collaborative, access to cost effective and easy to use services is essential. Cloud computing and cloud based services are a vital component in delivering the next generation of education facilities. Cloud computing is moving from the computer science labs into the mainstream of R&E with users across all sectors from archaeology to music and drama. Users will become consumers of cloud computing facilities rather than managers or developers. This changes how services are developed and consumed and presents new opportunities and challenges to cloud services providers. This session is a virtually unique opportunity to bring together representatives from the major cloud computing providers to discuss these issues and more!

Presenters

  • Andres Steijaert (SURFnet)
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Federated Cloud Appliances Available in Public Cloud

18/06 12.45 - 13.15 | Demo area


Description

Cloudkeeper is a tool used in a hybrid federated cloud platform operated by the European Grid Initiative (EGI) to synchronize virtual appliance images across the infrastructure. Cloudkeeper reads image lists published by the EGI Application DB and synchronizes updates to target cloud sites. Before partnering with GÉANT Cloudkeeper only supported OpenNebula and OpenStack. Most resources in the EGI federated cloud platform are privately owned by resource providers but there are several scenarios where the use of public cloud resources becomes relevant: * Virtual operators – resource providers who do not own their own resources on-premise but rent cloud resources form public clouds. * Cloud bursting – resource providers or user groups who regularly use private resources but may burst out into public cloud for periods of peak consumption. The Federated Cloud Platform is mostly focused on HPC use, i.e., resources are typically allocated short-term but in large volumes. Therefore we have proposed to implement a pilot using Amazon Web Services as an environment that would enable participation of virtual operators and/or cloud bursting of Federated Cloud use cases. The work consisted primarily in extending Cloudkeeper to import virtual appliance images from EGI AppDB to AWS so that federated cloud users could use the same appliances across clouds, including the public cloud offered by AWS.

Presenters

  • Milan Ševčík (CESNET)
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Federation 2.0 Working Group

20/06 09.00 - 17.30 | Science Class


Description

The new REFEDS Federation 2.0 Working Group will follow a strategic planning methodology to collect information and feedback from many parties and synthesize this to produce future scenarios that R&E Federations may need to adapt to. The proposed meeting will be professionally facilitated by an impartial 3rd party to help WG members produce those scenarios. This is a key step in the working group's activity.

Presenters

  • Thomas Barton (University of Chicago and Internet2)
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filesender progress BoF

19/06 18.00 - 20.00 | Terrace Hall


Description

The yearly BoF where the filesender community gathers and establishes their roadmap. Now with more EaPconnect and African NREN partners than ever before!

Presenters

  • Guido Aben (AARnet)
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GÉANT-ESnet Meeting

19/06 18.00 - 20.00 | Tower Room


Description

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Presenters

  • Tom Fryer (GÉANT)
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GÉANT SIG-TNE Meeting

19/06 18.00 - 20.00 | D-Hall


Description

GÉANT SIG-TNE side meeting with attendance from a core group of NRENs (including Jisc, Internet2, GARR, CERNET and SURFNet) to discuss and collaborate on strategic, technological and operational challenges that NRENs face in supporting transnational education (TNE). This side meeting will be beneficial to any NREN looking to establish a TNE support programme who could find value in collaborating with the wider community and seeking advice and guidance on common pitfalls and best practise guidance on how to support our communities. It will also be of use to institutions delivering international education, identifying technological issues critical to a successful programme and optimal student experience and satisfaction. We will also be taking this opportunity to discuss the recently published GÉANT-Jisc NREN TNE Resource Pack, a free resource available to all NRENs interested in establishing a TNE support programme.

Presenters

  • Emma Athawes (Jisc)
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GCC / GPPC

18/06 14.00 - 15.30 | Woodblock Hall


Description

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Presenters

  • Gyöngyi Horváth (GÉANT)
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GEANT PMP Service Training

16/06 09.00 - 12.30 | D-Hall


Description

Performance Measurement Platform (PMP) is a successor of the successfully completed perfSONAR Small Nodes activity within the GÉANT project. It consists of: low-cost hardware nodes with pre-installed perfSONAR software and deployed in GÉANT collaborating organisations in Europe and Africa, and central components including a central Measurement Archive (MA) and a Dashboard The small nodes perform regular measurements towards a few Measurement Points (MPs) located in the core of the GÉANT network and operated by the GÉANT network operations centre. The central components that manage the platform elements and that gather, store and represent the performance data are operated and maintained by the PMP operational team in the GÉANT project. Small node users can shape the predefined setup and configure additional measurements to their needs and get more familiar with the platform. Information about the perfSONAR small node project was first presented at the TNC16 conference when the first PMP nodes were being distributed to interested NRENs. In the meantime, PMP has recently become an official GEANT production service with the plan to expand the footprint in 2019 within the GN4-3 project (Work Page 6, Task 3) to all the European NRENs and improve the service and upgrade the code of the measurement boxes. TNC19, which is attended by representatives of most NRENs, but also participants from other research and education institutions and campuses, is a great opportunity for the PMP service to organize training both for new PMP users who want to learn about the benefits of the service and the ways to use it to its full potential, and for existing users who may be interested in the planned transition and upgrade process of the service.

Presenters

  • Pavle Vuletic (University of Belgrade - School of electrical engineering)
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GLAD Skills POP: boost your knowledge traffic

20/06 09.00 - 12.30 | Glass Box in Fuel Lounge


Description

Are you interesting to get the most out of your TNC19 meeting? Would you like to know how to engage your audience and leave it with the wow factor? If yes, then the GLAD skills drop-in session might be just a thing for you. As a part of TNC19 programme, GEANT Learning and Development (GLAD) team will offer daily skills drop-in sessions to assist TNC participants get the most out of their TNC commitments. In particular GLAD will focus on two areas: a. Facilitating effective meetings: getting things done in an engaging and fun way b. Presentation skills: delivering an impactful presentation/speech Equally, we would be happy to explore other learning and development queries that could help you to be at your best during the conference. Come and see us on each day of the conference including a pre-conference day.

Presenters

  • Irina Mikhailava (GEANT)
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GLAD Skills POP: boost your knowledge traffic

17/06 09.00 - 12.30 | Glass box in Fuel Lounge


Description

Are you interesting to get the most out of your TNC19 meeting? Would you like to know how to engage your audience and leave it with the wow factor? If yes, then the GLAD skills drop-in session might be just a thing for you. As a part of TNC19 programme, GEANT Learning and Development (GLAD) team will offer daily skills drop-in sessions to assist TNC participants get the most out of their TNC commitments. In particular GLAD will focus on two areas: a. Facilitating effective meetings: getting things done in an engaging and fun way b. Presentation skills: delivering an impactful presentation/speech Equally, we would be happy to explore other learning and development queries that could help you to be at your best during the conference. Come and see us on each day of the conference including a pre-conference day.

Presenters

  • Irina Mikhailava (GEANT)
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GLAD Skills POP: boost your knowledge traffic

18/06 09.00 - 12.30 | Glass box in Fuel Lounge


Description

Are you interesting to get the most out of your TNC19 meeting? Would you like to know how to engage your audience and leave it with the wow factor? If yes, then the GLAD skills drop-in session might be just a thing for you. As a part of TNC19 programme, GEANT Learning and Development (GLAD) team will offer daily skills drop-in sessions to assist TNC participants get the most out of their TNC commitments. In particular GLAD will focus on two areas: a. Facilitating effective meetings: getting things done in an engaging and fun way b. Presentation skills: delivering an impactful presentation/speech Equally, we would be happy to explore other learning and development queries that could help you to be at your best during the conference. Come and see us on each day of the conference including a pre-conference day.

Presenters

  • Irina Mikhailava (GEANT)
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GLAD Skills POP: boost your knowledge traffic

19/06 09.00 - 12.30 | Glass box in Fuel Lounge


Description

Are you interesting to get the most out of your TNC19 meeting? Would you like to know how to engage your audience and leave it with the wow factor? If yes, then the GLAD skills drop-in session might be just a thing for you. As a part of TNC19 programme, GEANT Learning and Development (GLAD) team will offer daily skills drop-in sessions to assist TNC participants get the most out of their TNC commitments. In particular GLAD will focus on two areas: a. Facilitating effective meetings: getting things done in an engaging and fun way b. Presentation skills: delivering an impactful presentation/speech Equally, we would be happy to explore other learning and development queries that could help you to be at your best during the conference. Come and see us on each day of the conference including a pre-conference day.

Presenters

  • Irina Mikhailava (GEANT)
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GLAD Skills POP: boost your knowledge traffic

16/06 14.00 - 17.30 | Glass box in Fuel Lounge


Description

Are you interesting to get the most out of your TNC19 meeting? Would you like to know how to engage your audience and leave it with the wow factor? If yes, then the GLAD skills drop-in session might be just a thing for you. As a part of TNC19 programme, GEANT Learning and Development (GLAD) team will offer daily skills drop-in sessions to assist TNC participants get the most out of their TNC commitments. In particular GLAD will focus on two areas: a. Facilitating effective meetings: getting things done in an engaging and fun way b. Presentation skills: delivering an impactful presentation/speech Equally, we would be happy to explore other learning and development queries that could help you to be at your best during the conference. Come and see us on each day of the conference including a pre-conference day.

Presenters

  • Irina Mikhailava (GEANT)
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Global clouds, a global approach: NREN cloud managers meeting

16/06 14.00 - 17.30 | D-Hall


Description

More and more research and education institutions are using cloud services or have plans to do so. However, implementing these services involves a range of technical and business decisions, on strategic, tactical and operational levels. These include user and organisational needs, technical integrations, supplier management and procurement, data privacy laws, challenges in managing a multi-vendor cloud portfolio and budget modelling and cost control. Institutions look to their NRENs, to provide guidance and support and deliver national or regional solutions, by brokering agreements with commercial providers and delivering community clouds. In this session, the cloud managers from the NRENs will gather to share information about their progress on cloud delivery and adoption, the roles they employ, service offerings in place and lessons learned. The cloud managers will also discuss their joint efforts on making clouds safe and easy to use on a global scale, by aggregating skills and demand.

Presenters

  • Andres Steijaert (SURFnet)
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Global eduroam Governance Committee (GeGC)

19/06 18.00 - 20.00 | Small Hall


Description

The annual face-to-face meeting of the Global eduroam Governance Committee meeting bringing together the regional representatives of eduroam roaming operators.

Presenters

  • Brook Schofield (GÉANT)
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Global NREN CEO Forum - Policy & Strategy Committee

19/06 09.00 - 10.30 | D-Hall


Description

N/A

Presenters

  • Nancy Carter (CANARIE)
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Global Public Affairs Collaboration

17/06 09.30 - 10.30 | Woodblock Hall


Description

The goal of this session is to strengthen public affairs efforts within National Research and Education Networks (NRENs) at the global level. This leads on from a similar session at TNC18 which aimed to help NRENs become more effective as individual organizations and as a community to influence public policy issues (including funding) and legislation impacting NRENs. At TNC17, we organized a session on best practices for public affairs activities for NRENs around the world. Building on the momentum of that session, several NRENs joined forces to create an NREN Public Affairs Collaboration group, including SURF, Internet2, GEANT, AARNet and CANARIE. This group has recognized that the public affairs function of NRENs is essential to influence public policy, build and maintain strong reputations, and find common ground with stakeholders. Public Affairs is complex, combining government relations, media communications, issue management, corporate and social responsibility, information dissemination, and strategic communications advice. Such a profession is becoming vitally important to NRENs in order to consolidate their funding bases in an increasingly austere global economy. At the same time. NRENs (or Global NRENs; GRENS) are benefitting from working with a wider range of both public and private research and education actors. However, they also are facing intense competition from private networks and services. As a result, the need for NRENs to develop their public affairs tools is greater than ever. One underdeveloped theme of NREN Public Affairs is the link between domestic priorities and global aims. Familiarities in the challenges that NRENs face at the domestic level are often unobserved and can be tackled be tackled by sharing common solutions, or by acting at the supranational level in groups to present their needs to larger institutions. This session, and the ongoing work of the NREN Public Affairs Collaboration group, will allow participants to share information in order to provide individual NRENs with the tools they need to achieve their own national public affairs goals and help develop common positions on issues impacting the global NREN community. During this session we will explore best practices of public affairs activities in workshop form, share information to help develop public affairs tools for NRENs, and identify new areas of partnership between NRENs around the world. Potential content for the workshop presentations and discussions will be developed from chosen case-studies of both the presenters and informed participants via the global public affairs mailing list. After each presentation of individual case studies, a discussion will follow involving the whole group, before moving to the next presentation.

Presenters

  • Hendrik Ike (N/A)
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How technology supports pedagogical innovations on the Up2U platform

17/06 13.20 - 13.50 | Demo area


Description

Up2U project will give an introduction to NGDLE (Next Generation Digital Learning Ecosystem) environment that was designed to support the enhancement of the students’ digital skills in the classroom and beyond. A real-life showcase will demonstrate the usability and benefits of the learning platform. This platform is available for countries outside the Up2U project consortium. The GÉANT community is welcome to enjoy the benefits of our NGDLE and offer it to the end users.

Presenters

  • Casper Dreef (GÉANT)
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How to manage access to community services reflecting 8 years of experiences

17/06 12.45 - 13.15 | Demo area


Description

CESNET has a long-term experience with managing access to community services using open-source identity and access management system Perun. Over the course of time, Perun proved its capability to fulfill requirements coming from different communities including, among others, life-science communities (ELIXIR, BBMRI); CESNET (Czech NREN); EGI; and education (Masaryk University, Academy of Arts Architecture & Design in Prague). In this demonstration, we will show the main features of Perun covering various use-cases based on real problems which were solved using Perun system. Moreover, we will briefly explain different options of onboarding Perun which can vary from on-site deployment, Perun as a service, or getting Perun as part of GÉANT eduTEAMS offering, or EOSC-hub service.

Presenters

  • Slávek Licehammer (CESNET)
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InAcademia

17/06 14.00 - 15.30 | Woodblock Hall


Description

InAcademia service operation planning. Meeting of key people involved in bringing InAcademia to service and ensuring a consistent operational model globally. TNC is an opportune time to bring "key players" together. Intended audience: InAcademia steering committee and representatives from NRENs interested in regional operation of InAcademia.

Presenters

  • Justin Knight (Jisc)
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InfoBlox secure DNS Services

19/06 15.30 - 16.00 | Demo area


Description

N/A

Presenters

  • N/A
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International User Org Service delivery coordination workshop

16/06 09.00 - 12.30 | Seminar Room


Description

Within the NREN world International user organisations are a strange breed. They come in many different sizes and forms; spanning multiple countries as individual campuses (multinational), or having operations within a number of countries at co-located sites but one central headquarters (transnational). Due to the differing AUPs, legislation and respective procedures across multiple NRENs, approaches in provide services to these types of organisations have taken a variety of forms. This workshop will explore some of the ways GÉANT Association with NREN partners work with these types of organisations and give participants the chance to shape how the GÉANT community could deliver services to international organisations in a better defined way.

Presenters

  • Chris Atherton (GÉANT Association)
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Lightning Talks: First Strike

17/06 14.00 - 15.30 | Black Box


Description

Lightning Talks are 5 minute presentations focusing on one key point. This can be an idea, successful project, a cautionary story, collaboration invitation, quick tip or demonstration. This session is an opportunity for ideas to get the attention they deserve. The rules for this session are easy: five minutes and only five minutes.

Presenters

  • Anna Wilson (HEAnet)
  • Nicole Harris (GÉANT)
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Lightning Talks: Second Strike

18/06 14.00 - 15.30 | Black Box


Description

Lightning Talks are 5 minute presentations focusing on one key point. This can be an idea, successful project, a cautionary story, collaboration invitation, quick tip or demonstration. This session is an opportunity for ideas to get the attention they deserve. The rules for this session are easy: five minutes and only five minutes.

Presenters

  • Nicole Harris (GÉANT)
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Live demonstration of 100G+ spectrum services on a >1200km fiber link between Estonia and Poland

18/06 10.30 - 11.00 | Demo area


Description

Employing an open optical line system approach, we will demonstrate the practical delivery of coherent optical spectrum services in a commercial long-haul network. A fiber link between the Poznan Supercomputing and Networking Center in Poland and the TNC’19 conference venue Kultuurikatel in Tallinn (> 1200km distance) traversing Latvia and Lithuania will be used. The optical characteristics of a spectrum slice in the network are retrieved by network telemetry and fed into a machine-learning based configuration engine. Taking service requirements and policies into account, the engine will then determine the best terminal equipment configuration for the spectrum slice out of hundreds of possible configurations. The configuration will be deployed on ADVAs TeraFlexTM terminal platform, which offers 100-600G services per optical carrier with programmable signal shaping capabilities to optimize capacity, performance and spectral occupation. The demonstration aims at driving network efficiency while at the same time reducing operational complexity in a real live network.

Presenters

  • Joerg-Peter Elbers (ADVA)
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Live streaming of ultra-high definition 8K

19/06 10.30 - 11.00 | Demo area


Description

In this demo we will present ultra-high definition 8K live video content. It will be streamed from PSNC facilities in Poznań, Poland to Tallin over GEANT network. The presentation will compare several encoding and streaming parameters, within capabilities of developed system, showing their influence on quality and perception of video. It will also indicate network requirements for such performance. The issues of creating, encoding and streaming high resolution and high quality video (HDR, HFR, WCG) are addressed by the Immersify project. The project is implemented under the H2020 programme in a consortium of five partners, including Spin Digital, which provides advanced HEVC codecs optimized for immersive media up to 16K resolution using just PC systems. Other partners are leading research institutions working on immersive technologies and high resolution media (Ars Electronica, Visualisation Center C, PSNC) or organizers of events related to the film and VR sector (Marche du Film, the organizer of the Festival de Cannes). They together are developing not only new solutions for compression of the immersive media for high-resolution installations such as Deep Space or Dome Theatres, but also want to provide a complete system for recording, transmission and display. Importantly, they also create immersive video content, both with the use of 8K cameras, laser scanners, omnidirectional camera rigs or CGI.

Presenters

  • Szymon Malewski (PSNC)
  • Maciej Glowiak (PSNC)
  • Maciej Strozyk (PSNC)
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Mobility Day

20/06 09.00 - 17.30 | Small Hall


Description

Mobility Day is an annual event that is part of the GÉANT Community Programme (GCP) and was put in place as an annual check to replace the more regular TF-Mobility meetings. Mobility Day has taken place at TNC since TNC16. The agenda is available. The day typically covers topics including govroam, eduroam, 4G, 5G, hotspot 2.0 and other mobility related topics. Mobility Day is supported by the GeGC. Separate registration is required.

Presenters

  • Nicole Harris (GÉANT)
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NEAAR Project Meeting

17/06 08.00 - 10.30 | D-Hall


Description

Meeting of the NEAAR project leads and partners.

Presenters

  • Edward Moynihan (Indiana University)
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Network Automation and Monitoring

19/06 14.00 - 15.30 | Room to be announced


Description

Network automation and monitoring is a subject a lot of NRENs are looking into or working on these years. In the first talk we will learn about what drives NRENs to consider network automation, not as much from a technological perspective but from the perspective of providing value to the NREN. The second talk looks into practical and technical experiences with building a monitoring platform that scientific communities deploy monitoring nodes inside their own domains and measuring performance toward centrally placed measurement points.

Presenters

  • Josva Kleist (NORDUnet A/S)

"Next Generation GEANT Services Workshop" - assessing current and future product and service needs

16/06 14.00 - 17.30 | Seminar Room


Description

This half day workshop provides the opportunity for our NREN partners to provide feedback into the current GEANT Service Portfolio and feed their current and future needs into the service development within GN4-3. An overview of the current roadmap will be presented and relevant Activity Leaders will be present to discuss the ongoing national and international developments in the different service areas in more detail to ensure our partners requirements are well understood and captured. This is the first workshop on a series of information gathering workshop in GN4-3 aiming to establish a conversation and continuous feedback cycle.

Presenters

  • Beatrix Weber (GEANT)
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Next Generation Networks in the UK, USA and EU

18/06 09.00 - 10.30 | Room to be announced


Description

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Presenters

  • JP Velders (Universiteit van Amsterdam)
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NREN CEO Forum - Financial Benchmarking Committee

19/06 11.00 - 12.30 | D-Hall


Description

N/A

Presenters

  • Nancy Carter (CANARIE)
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NRENs and educational technology

17/06 08.00 - 10.30 | Small Hall


Description

Please register here. The NREN community is actively working on developing and improving their support to the educational institutions. With specialised topics we would like to discuss possibilities for future collaborations, challenges and good practices. The workshop is intended to be mainly discussion based around key topics of interest. The discussion would be facilitated by a group of NRENs (including Jisc, SURFNet, UNIT, SUNET, CARNET, GARR, Internet2, Unizin). Current topics include: joint procurement for LMS, Digital Learning Environment, eduID, learning analytics, open educational resources...etc) In the beginning of 2019 a Europe wide survey is going to be conducted by GÉANT to map the existing activities of NRENs to support their educational institutions beyond connectivity (e.g. innovative projects and existing services for education) and also to explore their interest in this area. Based on the outcome of the survey, GÉANT plans to invite 5-8 NRENs who already invest substantially in educational services, and who have comparable agenda’s on topics that could use or need European collaboration, for a workshop in April 2019. During the workshop, the NRENs explore opportunities to collaborate. The aim of the workshop is to identify three promising topics, and to define a first draft for a collaborative project. Projects can be aimed at knowledge-sharing, developing services, joined procurement, etc. Each project identifies one NREN that will be in the lead of this project. At the TNC19 workshop we intend to build from the result of the April workshop: - GÉANT presents the results of the survey and the workshop. - 3 NRENs that make substantial investments in educational support for their members give a short presentation on the way they work. - The leading NRENs present the three collaborative projects - In three groups, participants of the session can join one project, to discuss the aim and the roadmap of the project

Presenters

  • Gyöngyi Horváth (GÉANT)
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OpenConext Users meeting

20/06 09.00 - 12.30 | Tower Room


Description

A meeting of users of the OpenConext Software Suite (https://openconext.org/). Separate registration is required: here.

Presenters

  • Niels van Dijk (SURFnet)
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OpenID Connect in R&E

19/06 09.00 - 10.30 | Room to be announced


Description

The three presentations in this session will give both an overview on the state of the art of OpenID Connect and R&E world relationship, as well as a glance to the currently available bleeding-edge OpenID Connect Federation standard and tools.

Presenters

  • Paul Dekkers (N/A)
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Opening data silos

17/06 16.00 - 17.30 | Room to be announced


Description

Nowadays the progress in science and economy depends on processing, analysing, preserving as well as sharing, opening, making data discoverable, accessible and enabling to re-use the datasets held in IT systems. NRENs should have a word in this area and a role in these processes, otherwise their significance as IT services and resources provider will be marginal. And, at the end, opportunities will be missed. This session sheds light on the current and envisioned future role of NRENs, collaborating universities and computing centres as well as end-users in the process of de-siloing the data, i.e. enabling high-perforkance data analytics (AARNet’s talk), ensuring data preservation (second AARNet’s talk) and fostering data-based collaboration and improving data accessibility across local on-premise sync & share installations and data repositories (CERN’s talk). The presenters in the session will not only show the NRENs and collaborators re-acting on the known challenges of today’s data-driven World as well as addressing needs of the community related to processing and preserving the data. The speakers will also show show how NRENs and collaborators can contribute to working out game-changing models and solutions that enable opening data siloes existing nowadays. We all live in the a data-driven World. Come to the session! Paritcipate in data de-siloing!

Presenters

  • Maciej Brzezniak (PSNC)
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Opening Plenary

17/06 11.00 - 12.30 | Cauldron Hall & Black Box


Description

Official opening TNC19 by Chairman of the board (Christian Grimm) and CEO of GÉANT (Erik Huizer).

Presenters

  • Erik Huizer (GÉANT)
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Operational aspects of Spectrum Sharing implementation

16/06 09.00 - 17.30 | Small Hall


Description

After many years of testing and demos on “Alien Wavelength” in both NREN and operator community we see the first wave of available Alien Wavelength services in the market. As a continuations of this trend and technical matureness we see also Spectrum Sharing become possible. This workshop will invite speakers from operator and NREN communities who deliver Alien Wavelength (AW) and Spectrum Sharing services (SS) to share their experiences with us. Some of the subjects we are going to cover are: • What kind of technical functionalities the host network should have in order to support AW/SS services? • What is the AW requirements? (agreements e.g. wavelength, power level etc ) • Do you have any AW/SS SLA? • How do you share monitoring and operational responsibilities between the host network and alien wave clients? (multi-domain management problem) • How do you handle security issues? - When an alien wave is sending too high or too low power to the host network or having wrong wavelength etc. How to police AWs? - Is the AW at receiver side receiving a broad spectrum or only the wavelength it allowed to receive (it is depend on the kind of ROADM architecture the host network is deployed) • Some case study and experiences on deployment and operation of AW/SS.

Presenters

  • Kurosh Bozorgebrahimi (Uninett)
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P4 Programming BoF - exploring R&E community use cases

20/06 14.00 - 17.30 | D-Hall


Description

The P4 programming language offers the potential to facilitate more rapid testing and deployment of new network functions and services through an open source software interface to the underlying hardware of capable network equipment. There is a growing international P4 community, and a number of organisations interested in the technology within the European R&E community. P4 is primarily supported by vendors of “white box” equipment. The GÉANT GN4-3 project started on 1 January 2019; it includes activities within WP6 Task 1 on white box technology and data plane programmability (DPP). The latter activity includes the initial use case of network monitoring (e.g., netflow or counter-based monitoring, or in-band packet telemetry, generation of enhanced flow characteristics), but is expected to extend to other areas, potentially including DDoS mitigation. Platforms that are being used are expected to include FPGA equipment and also Tofino-based Wedge equipment. During the first months of the project the existing work done and anticipated use cases will be documented and proposed; this BoF aims to describe and solicit feedback and discussion on the proposals. In the search for future Internet technologies (such as SCION, NDN and RINA) that can support secure, stable and self determination functions, the S3I Programme (a cooperation between NLnet Labs, SIDN SURFnet, UTwente and UvA) is looking at P4-enabled networks to be able to test these future Internet technologies in a multi-domain environment. Aspects like data plane, control plane including management functions will be of importance. The initial experience around a multi-domain P4 testbed using Inband Network Telemetry (INT) for hop recording will be shared with the community. Members of the SI3 Programme will contribute to the BoF. The BoF aims to help build a the P4 community within the R&E environment (including GÉANT, NRENs, campuses and research organisations), focusing on use cases for P4, building expertise through the sharing of best practices, inclduing experiences and examples of P4 software being used, and exploringntnc20119 potential common use cases and opportunities.

Presenters

  • Tim Chown (Jisc)
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Radiator technical workshop

20/06 09.00 - 12.30 | Seminar Room


Description

Radiator AAA server software as an integral component in building eduroam RADIUS confederation. It is used from eduroam top level RADIUS servers to individual organisation RADIUS servers.
In the workshop we will present, discuss and develop further best practices in configuring and utilising Radiator AAA software based on the recommendations of Radiator experts and feedback from our users.
We also welcome participants interested in eduroam, govroam and other RADIUS federations, interoperability or just interested to learn more how to integrate with RADIUS based AAA solutions. Agenda

  • 9:30 - 10:00 Introduction, what’s new with Radiator (Software)
  • 10:00 - 11:00 Using Radiator to ensure better SP/IdP connections to eduroam/govroam
  • 11.00 - 12.30 Meet the Radiator developers: Radiator tuning andconfiguration hints, questions, answers, feature discussion, use cases

Presenters

  • Karri Huhtanen (Radiator Software Oy)
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REFEDS

16/06 09.00 - 17.30 | Woodblock Hall


Description

Annual REFEDS meeting of Federation Operators and other interested parties. The meeting will present updates from the REFEDS workplan alongside presentations and themes for community members and a series of lightning talks. Please register: here.

Presenters

  • Nicole Harris (GÉANT)
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SDN and Optical:New kids on the block

18/06 16.00 - 17.30 | Room to be announced


Description

What new advances are impactful in the area of Optical and Software-Defined Networking? This session will cover topics that cover new approaches to Optical networks, programmable data planes for telemetry as well as experience with building production OpenFlow-based networks.

Presenters

  • Inder Monga (ESnet)
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Security Day

20/06 09.00 - 14.30 | Terrace Hall


Description

In the past few years, there has been a significant increase in security related talks, meetings and other activities at TNC, which is mirroring what is happening in the R&E community as a whole - security has become a priority of most organisations, which led to formation and expansion of various security collaborations (TF-CSIRT, SIG-ISM, WISE, Global NREN Security working group, etc) and a creation of a separate security work package in the GN4-3 project. Although many of the groups are working on similar topics, there is not enough coordination and collaboration between them. The main aims of the Security Day event would be to share the work that has already been done so going forward nobody is trying to ‘reinvent the wheel’ and look at how to collaborate in the future, sharing resources and avoiding duplication. The session will be in two parts: 1. Introductions by various groups: GN4-3 Security work package, SIG-ISM, WISE, TF-CSIRT, Global NREN Security working group, (+ any others) 2. Security Unconference: all participants will be invited to suggest topics for the agenda of the second part of the day. The agenda for the afternoon will be made of the most popular topics and led by the participant who suggested the topic. Separate registration is required: here.

Presenters

  • Sigita Jurkynaite (N/A)
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Service orchestration architectures and interfaces: taking virtualization and automation a step further

20/06 09.00 - 12.30 | D-Hall


Description

Challenges and risks in process and service orchestration in a multi-domain multi-service environment. Existing network infrastructures require significant operational workload when it comes to configuration, troubleshooting and management of network services. Traditional approaches require a significant amount of manual and repetitive configuration by network managers to deploy and manage a network service. Thus, in recent years, the R&E networking community has turned to low-level automation as a way to reduce human, error prone, intervention and instead abstract their multi-vendor, multi-technology platforms to a programmatic environment. Such low-level automation capabilities can further be exploited using service orchestration to synthesize high-level automation of workflows and processes, coupled with back-end configuration management databases.. Interoperability and standardization are important properties for a successful transition towards automated, flexible and cost-effective service orchestration of single and multi-domain services. The main purpose of the meeting is to act as a BoF session for the consensus building phase of the GÉANT GN4-3 WP6 Task 2 activity (on Network Services Evolution and Development) by discussing the current status and future plans and trends concerning service orchestration in automated and/or virtualized network environments, with a view to exploring common ground within the R&E networking community that in turn can foster interoperability and use of common standards. The consensus building phase runs from January through to July 2019, with a deliverable (report) due by September. We intend that the BoF provides input to this process, and gives feedback to the consensus conclusions drawn by the time of the TNC meeting. The general areas of discussion include: - Current use of automation by attendees; initial services targeted; what works, what does not, and lesson learnt; - The appetite to build and deploy “service provider architectures” within (in particular) NREN networks; architecture elements; APIs, etc; - The appetite for trust and use of common interfaces to support inter-domain service provisioning and configuration.

Presenters

  • Sonja Filiposka (Ss. Cyril and Methodius University)
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Sharing (Spectrum) Fair & QAM64

19/06 11.00 - 12.30 | Room to be announced


Description

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Presenters

  • JP Velders (Universiteit van Amsterdam)
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SIG-Marcomms & Global PR Network joint meeting

16/06 09.00 - 17.30 | Terrace Hall


Description

The GÉANT Special Interest Group on Marketing Communications (SIG-Marcomms) and the Global PR Network will hold a joint meeting at TNC19. The groups will explore challenges and opportunities in the marketing communications work which supports the core business of research and education networks around the world. Participants will share their experiences and best practices and explore which TNC19 sessions and keynotes look promising for future marcomms work and collaborations. Separate registration is required at: https://eventr.geant.org/events/3018.

Presenters

  • Helga Spitaler (GÉANT)
  • Laura Durnford (GÉANT)
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SINET(NII)/GÉANT collaboration progress review

17/06 14.00 - 15.30 | D-Hall


Description

Review progress with implementing 3rd year of collaborative activities between SINET and the GÉANT community in the areas of cloud computing, Trust and identity, SDN and promoting high speed EU/Japan applications.

Presenters

  • David West (GÉANT)
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Software-defined perimeters: The future for network security and 100% traffic inspection

19/06 13.20 - 13.50 | Demo area


Description

The demo is of a security inspection solution for 100 Gbps that decouples security from the network using in-line horizontal scaling and enables 100% traffic inspection even when all traffic encrypted. Unlike current attempts to achieve inspection at scale, decoupling security from the network can create an architecture that allows security inspection and services to be added or removed without impacting network performance and without any expensive changes to the network. We will show an in-line security service load balancer controlling and enabling traffic offload to a cluster of multi-vendor SSL/TLS inspection appliances; i.e. intelligently splitting work between more devices so you can inspect 100% of your traffic. The SSL/TLS cluster will be made up of both physical and virtual appliances. We will also discuss how this same security service load balancer copying traffic, generating NetFlow (sampled or 1:1) at this same point in the network produces valuable information for network and security monitoring analytics and your security intelligence stack.

Presenters

  • Carolyn Raab (Corsa Technology)
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TF-RED

19/06 18.00 - 20.00 | Woodblock Hall


Description

Within the NREN world International user organisations are a strange breed. They come in many different sizes and forms; spanning multiple countries as individual campuses (multinational), or having operations within a number of countries at co-located sites but one central headquarters (transnational). Due to the differing AUPs, legislation and respective procedures across multiple NRENs, approaches in provide services to these types of organisations have taken a variety of forms. This workshop will explore some of the ways GÉANT Association with NREN partners work with these types of organisations and give participants the chance to shape how the GÉANT community could deliver services to international organisations in a better defined way.

Presenters

  • Chris Atherton (GÉANT Association)
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TNC19 Conference Dinner

18/06 19.30 - 22.30 | Seaplane Harbour Museum


Description

We all agree that the conference dinner is TNC’s social programme highlight. This year’s chosen venue is the Seaplane Harbour, the very popular Estonian Maritime Museum. The impressive building hosting the museum, the Seaplane Hangar is filled with great ideas, adventures and history and thanks to its striking architecture and cultural heritage, it has won many prestigious international prizes. All registered participants (with a Full Conference Pass) are cordially invited to take part in TNC19’s unforgettable night at the museum!

Presenters

  • N/A
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TNC19 Kick-Off Party

17/06 20.30 - 23.59 | Bar F-Hoone


Description

This year, breaking away from tradition, TNC will host its first ever Kick-off Party on the first day of the conference to set the scene for TNC19 and get everybody networking. The party will take place at the F-Hoone Bar, a modern venue situated in the lively Telliskivi area, which few times a month turns into the most happening party spot in Tallinn. Come to spend time with old friends, meet new ones and mingle with all of us in a fun, relaxed and informal atmosphere. Drinks included and live music!

Presenters

  • N/A
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TNC19 Morning Run

17/06 07.00 - 08.00 | Room to be announced


Description

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Presenters

  • N/A
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TNC19 Opening Reception

17/06 17.30 - 19.00 | Kultuurikatel 'Tallinn Creative Hub'


Description

The Opening Reception will take place at the Tallinn Creative Hub 'Kultuurikatel', TNC19’s main venue, on Monday 17th June, right after the last parallel session of the day. Finger food servings will be accompanied by drinks which will be served at the bar. This is your first chance to socialise with other delegates, meet the speakers and engage with the sponsors. Please note that only drinks and canapes will be offered at the Opening Reception

Presenters

  • N/A
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TNC19 Speakers' Reception

16/06 18.00 - 19.30 | Tallinn Town Hall


Description

- by invitation only - This exclusive event for speakers and session chairs is the perfect opportunity for them to meet and discuss the presentations, as well as to meet former colleagues and make new contacts. The Speaker´s Reception will take place at the Tallinn Town Hall in the old town of Tallinn. Light snacks and drinks will be served. Address: Tallinn Town Hall Raekoja plats 1 Tallinn

Presenters

  • N/A
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Trust and Security for Students

19/06 14.00 - 15.30 | Room to be announced


Description

Technology has changed and improved the traditional education in campuses, allowing students and staff to collaborate instantly with others all over the world. This strong dependency on technology brings a responsibility to provide a robust and safe digital environment that needs to be open and inspiring as well. This session will focus on several initiatives related to the security and T&I in higher education sector.

Presenters

  • Marina Adomeit (AMRES)
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Under the sea

19/06 09.00 - 10.30 | Room to be announced


Description

When it comes down to moving data around the world, a lot of activity is happening deep down in the sea! To keep the global R&E networking community able to serve the current and (more importantly) future needs of global science and education, submarine cable systems are the “place you want to be”. In this session we will present three different cases where regional or national RENs are playing a leading role in building or partnering with those cable systems that will be the vessel to carry scientific data between continents in the next decades, in three different regions of the world: Asia to Europe (CAE-1), Asia-Pacific (INDIGO) and Latin America (AARCLight). Come and listen to how the R&E Networks are gearing up to deep-sea diving.

Presenters

  • Vincenzo Capone (GÉANT)
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What's going on in the next GÉANT Project?

18/06 16.00 - 17.30 | Room to be announced


Description

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Presenters

  • Anna Wilson (HEAnet)
  • Klaas Wierenga (GEANT)
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Why Communities Matter

17/06 16.00 - 17.30 | Room to be announced


Description

Emerging Technologies vs. NRENs, Communities, and Individuals The rapid pace of technological innovation naturally shapes the evolution of NRENs and how they serve their stakeholders. But individuals, communities, and NRENs have the power to shape the impact of these emerging technologies. This session tackles the topic from all three perspectives: a global view that examines the benefits of strengthening emerging NRENs, an example of how a motivated community is facilitating knowledge exchange, and finally a case for how human intelligence, delegated intelligence, and artificial intelligence can be harnessed to shape a safe and prosperous future.

Presenters

  • Nancy Carter (CANARIE)
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WiFiMon - Roadmap discussions

20/06 14.00 - 17.30 | Tower Room


Description

To detect automatically performance degradation (BW, Latency) in the network: With the WiFiMon Hybrid approach we establish an alert system (based on HW-probes), which detect in real time performance lack based on the performance benchmark (history). Benefit of such a system is the performance VERIFICATION resulting in a QoA statement that supports the NRENs NOCs in decision-making. To make prediction to performance behaviour technically and strategically: Prediction of performance behaviour will be recognized through recording long-term histories and making performance benchmarking. Existing work in performance predictions shall be evaluated, and deep learning, a machine learning approach for mobile-client behaviour on the campus will be deployed. The visualization of prediction facilitates the decision-making process of the NRENs and Campuses NOCs. To build WiFiMon as a Service:WiFiMon as a service is based on the PLM process(Ref ? ) or will be built on the MIT’s approach of Design thinking process (https://goo.gl/pjU1qS ). So for a productive service standards and open APIs has to be considered. The benefit of such a service/product provides a quality statement and allows cost-effective planning (CAPEX/OPEX).

Presenters

  • Kurt Baumann (SWITCH)
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Workshop: Time to go back to the drawing board?

17/06 16.00 - 17.30 | Room to be announced


Description

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Presenters

  • Anna Wilson (HEAnet)
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WP8 T3.3 DDoS coordination workshop

20/06 14.30 - 17.00 | Terrace Hall


Description

Workshop-character meeting lead by WP8 T3.3 in order to start identification of DDoS-relevant activities at NRENs and to identify coordination & support possibilities. Interested parties -- if not already directly addressed -- should get into contact with WP8 T3.3 if they want to participate.

Presenters

  • Jochen Schoenfelder (N/A)