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ABSTRACT: Networks are critical to high performance computing, they play a crucial role
inside compute systems, within the data center, in providing access to remote
resources and for communication with collaborators and remote sites. As a
result it is imperative that these networks perform optimally. In order to
understand the behavior and performance of these networks, they need to be
measured. This is a forum for scientists who need better performance, network
engineers who support HPC sites and anyone who is interested in network
measurement, particularly as it relates to high performance networking.
This BoF will include presentations from various experts in network
performance measurement and analysis as well as time for questions, discussion
and impromputu presentations. Potential topics to include (but not limited
to) measurement tools (Iperf, nuttcp, OWAMP, etc), measurement frameworks
(perfSONAR, BWCTL, etc), emerging standards (NWMG, OGF standards, etc), and
Session Leader Details:
Jon Dugan (Primary Session Leader) - ESnet
Aaron Brown (Secondary Session Leader) - Internet2