SC20: Nov 9-19, Virtual due to the Covid 19

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Virtual (Atlanta)

SC2020 Workshop and Technical program presentations & involvement by UvA group members.

  • In the INDIS 2020: The 7th International Workshop on Innovating the Network for Data-Intensive Science.
    • Presentation "A Brief History of INDIS" by Cees de Laat
    • Panel Experimental Networks (XNET) moderated by Cees de Laat, Ezra Kissel, Mary Hester.
      • Thursday Nov 12, 11h05-11h55
      • Program:
        • "Panel Introduction: Experimental Networks (XNET)," Cees de Laat (UvA), Ezra Kissel (ESnet)
        • XNET Lightning Talks
          • "The BRIDGES Project - Building a Global Cyber-Infrastructure Canvas Supporting Networked Applications Experimentation and Evolution," Jerry Sobieski (George Mason University), slides
          • "FABRIC/FAB Deep Dive," Anita Nikolich (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign), Ilya Baldin (RENCI)
          • "SAGE: AI at the Edge for Software-defined Wireless Sensors," Pete Beckman (Argonne National Laboratory)
          • "Quantum Networking," Inder Monga (ESnet), slides
          • "Extending the Research Engineering Network to the Wireless Edge," Andrew Wiedlea (ESnet)
        • Panel Discussion: Experimental Networks (XNET)
    • Paper presentation: "Using P4 and RDMA to collect Telemetry Data,", Rutger Beltman, Silke Knossen, Joseph Hill (presenter), Paola Grosso.
    • paper: INDIS-2020-UvA-JH-Paper.pdf
    • slides: INDIS-2020-UvA-JH-Slides.pdf
  • SCinet Experimental Networks Session.
    • Friday Nov 13, 10h00 - 14h30, organized and moderated by Ezra Kissel, Mary Hester, Cees de Laat
    • Demonstrator "Policy Auditing in Data Exchange Systems.", by Paola Grosso, Xin Zhou, Reggie Cushing
    • Full program of the XNET session:
      • time (EST)
        Title
        Presenters
        10:00am - 10:09am
        SCinet Chair – Welcome to SC20, Kevin Hayden
        10:09am - 10:10am
        XNet Team Bio Slides,
        Ezra Kissel, Cees de Laat, Mary Hester
        10:10am - 10:13am
        NRE Team Bio Slides, Davey Wheeler, J.P. Velders
        10:13am - 10:15am
        INDIS Team Bio Slides Michelle Zhu, Sarah M. Neuwirth, Mariam Kiran
        10:15am - 10:20am
        Introductions Ezra Kissel, Cees de Laat, Mary Hester
        10:20am - 10:31am
        SC20 XNet Overview Ezra Kissel
        10:31am - 10:46am
        Future of CI and the Role of XNet
        Cees de Laat
        10:46am - 11:11am SAGE: AI at the Edge for Software-Defined Wireless Sensors (INDIS Deep Dive) Pete Beckman
        11:11am - 11:36am
        Bridges IRNC (INDIS Deep Dive)
        Jerry Sobieski
        11:36am - 12:01pm FABRIC/FAB (INDIS Deep Dive) Ilya Baldin, Inder Monga, Anita Nikolich
        12:01pm - 12:08pm
        XNet Panel with Q&A 
        Ezra Kissel, Cees de Laat, Mary Hester
        12:08pm - 12:13pm
        Break
        12:13pm - 12:40pm ESnet6 High Touch Services Bruce Mah, Richard Cziva, Yatish Kumar
        12:40pm - 1:05pm
        Quantum Networks and the Role of Classical Networks Dan Kilper
        1:05pm - 1:30pm
        SCinet DTNaaS Developments, Presenters Jim Chen, Se-young Yu, Ezra Kissel
        1:30pm - 1:50pm Policy Auditing in Data Exchange Systems
        Paola Grosso, Reggie Cushing, Xin Zhou
        1:50pm - 2:10pm
        The Global Network Advancement Group: Toward a Next Generation Cyber-System for Data Intensive Science Community Harvey Newman, Joe Mambretti
        2:10pm - 2:25pm
        XNet Futures Q&A and Closing
        Ezra Kissel, Cees de Laat, Mary Hester

SCinet contributions: Team members:


Demo:


Policy Auditing in Data Exchange Systems.

Speakers: Paola Grosso, Xin Zhou, Reggie Cushing
Co-authors: Ralph Koning, Adam Belloum, Sander Klous, Tom van Engers, Cees de Laat

Abstract: Digital Data Marketplaces allow to securely share data between competing parties. To maintain data sovereignty in such environments we translate market transactions into audited, secure network connections which enforce policies and track data exchanges.
This challenge spans many layers from legal, where contracts about data sharing are formulated, down to network layers where fine-grained policy enforcement and tracking can take place. In this demo we focus on two aspects of the data market place:
  1. the network and its role in translating market transactions into secure network connections for data transactions, and
  2. the auditing plane that spans multiple domains and maintains an audit trail of the activities of the involved domains to validate the correct execution of the agreed upon transactions.
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