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Tuesday, July 28 • 3:00pm - 4:00pm
BOF: Development of a Next-Generation, Interoperable, Federated Cyberinfrastructure

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Federation has become an important tool in building cyberinfrastructure (CI). Multiple federated systems have grown up via parallel evolution in the GENI, Cloud and Grid communities. As distributed computing, high-performance computing, and advanced networking are brought together to solve next generation problems it is important to identify cross-community common supporting elements and technologies for federation. A workshop was held in Washington, DC that brought together a diverse group of networking and CI community leaders to discuss development of next-generation, interoperable, federated CI. The results of the workshop were presentations from several of the community leaders, discussion of the issues, and the formulation of a workshop report that detailed technology gaps and items that show promise for a next-generation, interoperable, federated CI. A summary of the workshop presentations, the break out groups, and the workshop report will be presented to spur discussion among XSEDE stakeholders. Users of advanced cyberinfrastructure, XSEDE Level 1, 2 and 3 Service Providers, and representatives from CI providers are especially encouraged to attend this workshop. The Workshop PI and representatives from the NSFCloud community are expected to attend this BOF.
 
BOF organizers would like to capture consensus items from the workshop report and any additional items that perhaps should be included in a supplemental report on future CI.


Tuesday July 28, 2015 3:00pm - 4:00pm
Majestic H

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