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In recent years considerable interest has been shown in dynamic circuit services, indeed, services in Europe (BoD), US (OSCARS) and Japan (G-Lambda) are achieving an uptake of users. Currently, bilateral arrangements are needed to allow interworking of these systems – such as the DICE initiative. The Network Services Interface (NSI) working group in Open Grid Forum (OGF) believes that these diverse dynamic circuit services can be integrated to form an integrated global service with the standardization of a protocol to exchange service requests. The NSI standard v1.1 was used in SuperComputing 2011 to demonstrate that the NSI concept is able to provide global dynamic circuits. The NSI working group is making progressing towards NSI v2.0 which aims to provide all the functions needed for implementation in production services.
This session will provide updates on the latest work in defining NSI v2.0, provide an example of implementing NSI and investigate the challenges around topology description and topology exchange necessary to deliver a global dynamic circuit service.


Monday, 21 May from 18:00 to 19:30
Hall 1
Guy Roberts DANTE

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