The next Community Video Conferences for the Global (R&E) Network Advancement Group (GNA-G) are scheduled to take place online using Zoom on 23 November, 2022.
The aim of the Community VCs is to:
- Bring ongoing progress and advancements to the attention of the worldwide R&E Network, Science, and Computer Science communities;
- Foster deeper engagement within and among the communities, bringing mutual benefit for more effective operations now, and for the future vision of next generation networks and workflows;
- Synergize the efforts and leverage the progress of the GNA-G Working Groups and discover new opportunities for advancement while avoiding unnecessary overlaps;
- Provide a wide-ranging focus and synergy, tools and services for the global ensembles of research and education networks, present and future;
- Sustain the conversation and maintain forward progress in the time of the pandemic, and deal with the ongoing transformations it will leave in its wake;
- Providing opportunities to join one or more efforts through our working groups and sustain and strengthen our global mission.
Like the previous Community VCs, we will be using Zoom. Please register for the VC(s) you plan to participate in, using one or both of the following links:
Meeting coordinates & registration links:
VC #1: Wednesday, 23 November 2022, 6am-8am UTC
Most suitable for participants from Asia, Australia, New Zealand, Africa, and Europe.
Registration Link: https://aarnet.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZEtdeugrDotHNSSefrA8e2i0NP0LQnKxAD6
VC #2: Wednesday, 23 November 2022, 8pm-10pm UTC
Most suitable for participants from North America, Latin America, Africa, and Europe.
Registration Link: https://aarnet.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZAsfuCsrTgiH9WtmQNLO01zbIPPDyPc0BkZ
- Opening & Welcome
- Global activities:
- Network automation e-academy – Maria Isabel Gandia Carriedo (CSUC)
- NORDUnet arctic cable – Lars Fischer (NORDUnet)
- Internet2 routing integrity – Steve Wallace (Internet2)
- Innovation corner:
- SENSE/AutoGOLE and Global P4 Lab – Marcos Schwarz (RNP)
- ESNet6 launch – Kate Mace (ESNet)
- GNA-G updates:
- GREN mapping update – Dan Sellar
- NomCom update – Alexander Van Den Hil (Surf)