ESnet’s Monga Keynotes Two R&E Network Workshops
ESnet’s Chief Technology Officer Inder Monga will keynote two workshops and participate in a panel focusing on research and education (R&E) networks in Brazil next week.
On May 18, Monga opens the National Research and Education Network Workshop (WRNP) hosted by ESnet’s Brazilian counterpart. In his talk, entitled “R&E Networks: Imagining the next generation,” Monga will focus on new ideas in R&E networks, from technologies like software defined networking (SDN) and named data networking (NDN) to collaborative architectures to build an internet of different capabilities for global science collaborations. He will also showcase the challenges R&E networks face and focus on enabling end-to-end architectures, including concepts like the Science DMZ.
On May 22, Monga opens the Experimental Research Workshop of the Future Internet (WPIEF). His keynote is entitled “Moving from SDN demo to operations: Challenges.”
Both workshops are held as part of the Brazilian Symposium on Computer Networks and Distributed Systems (SBRC) conference where Monga will contribute to a May 19 panel discussing “Challenges in the Development of Network Infrastructure, Testbeds for Software Defined Networks.”