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ESnet6: Orchestrating the Programmable Network

With the exponential demands in bandwidth growth from experiments as well as evolving science collaborations demanding near real-time data analysis, R&E networks are rethinking their approach to building and managing can run faster, leaner, and smarter. In creating the ESnet6 software architecture, we established some guiding principles, including; i: building a “zero” touch network to automatic tedious manual tasks, ii: access to an accurate fault stream for expedient root cause analysis, iii: effective command and control functions to take corrective actions in a programmatic manner, iv: scalable design that can leverage cloud technologies if needed, and v. a clearly defined source of truth. This talk describes how we used these guiding principles to develop our next generation network architecture.


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