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3rd SIG PMV Meeting

SIG-PMV SC is proud to invite you on 28.11. and 29.11.2017 in Copenhagen at the

Location of NORDUnet

Accommodation: Quality Airport Hotel Dan

Scope of the 3rd SIG-PMV Meeting

With reference to our last event in Amsterdam where we discussed various areas such as current and emerging scenarios (PMV Scenarios) we put the focus in Copenhagen on approaches, such as what type of tools are you using in your measurement context, how do you define performance verification/validation in your measurement context, and also a spot on any other DevOps activities like data law protection.

The SIG-PMV Workshop scope would cover, but is not restricted to:

(A) Scenarios/measurement context/environments on

  • Service Orchestration
  • Measurement toolkits and NMaaS
  • Research expertise and implementation
  • Operation and Development
  • Data Plan Development Kits (DPDK), netmap, libVMA to use raw sockets, tools using those like etherate, MoonGen, etc.
  • Data analytics of performance measurements (e.g. with pS 4.0.1) with the goal of discovering "useful" information, suggesting conclusions, and supporting decision-making.
(B) Performance Verification /Validation

We are specifically interested in:

  • Your definition of performance verification/validation and on what verification and/or validation means in the context of your work.
(C) Any other related Dev/Ops, Research activities with focus on PMV like

  • Monitoring and data protection laws (e.g. GDPR), issues, challenges.
  • What would you be able to publish?...Flow data?...can an IP-Address reveal what you are talking about?
The meeting will include a range of presentations on the above mentioned topics. Further there will be enough time for ample discussions that allow attendees to review various concepts requiring deployment of PMV tools, and to discuss the most appropriate approaches to solving such challenges. This discussion will help the SIG in determining the recommendations it wishes to make to the community. We will also discuss what gaps or features may be missing from such tools, with a view to engaging with toolkit developers to improve the state-of-the-art where necessary.

Who should attend? Industry, Outreach Organization members, researchers, DevOps team, NRENs PERT/NOC members, and/or members from other SIG/TFs they are interested in network performance measurements/monitoring and verification.

Call for Presentations: - If you would like to be a part of the program, we kindly invite you to submit your presentation proposal.

A successful submission would include:

  • Title of your presentation
  • Abstract - max. 100 words (which helps us to set-up the program)
The abstract can be sent by mail to SIG-PMV SC . Subject mail: ABSTRACT PRESENTATION - SIG-PMV Copenhagen

Please submit your presentation not later than the 10th of November, EOB.

AGENDA: : 3rd SIG-PMV Meeting at Copenhagen

Remote-Access Link : tbd

SIG-PMV in general: SIG-PMV Charter and SC members see: SIG-PMV

Link to past SIG-PMV Meetings :

SIG-PMV@Zurich 2016 ; SIG-PMV@Amsterdam 2017

registered [15]
  • Kurt Baumann - SWITCH
  • Pavle Vuletic - AMRES
  • Higinio Maeztu Herrera - RedIRIS - Spanish Research and Academic Network
  • Zurab Bukhnikashvili - GRENA
  • Hrachya Astsatryan - Academic Scientific Network of Armenia
  • Tim Chown - Jisc
  • Zhonghui Li - CERNET
  • Indrek Rokk - EENet/HITSA
  • James Bensley - Updata
  • Henrik Wessing - Technical University of Denmark
  • Sonja Filiposka - MARnet/UKIM
  • Lukáš Kekely - CESNET, z. s. p. o.
  • Alan Buxey - MyUNiDAYS Ltd.
  • Brook Schofield - GÉANT
  • Mischa Diehm - Universität Basel
apologized [1]
  • Petr Kastovsky - Netcope Technologies
participate remotely [9]
  • Niall Donaghy - GÉANT
  • Elicia Heera - SANReN Competency Area
  • Emma Apted [Day 2] - GÉANT
  • Roman Łapacz - Poznańskie Centrum Superkomputerowo-Sieciowe
  • Susanne Naegele-Jackson - University of Erlangen-Nuremberg
  • Edoardo Martelli - CERN
  • Fabio Farina - Consortium GARR
  • Tobias Appel - Leibniz Supercomputing Centre (LRZ)
  • Richard Hughes-Jones - GÉANT