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Thursday, July 22 • 9:45am - 10:45am
Science DMZ Experiences: Sharing Considerations and Approaches on Deploying and Maintaining a Science DMZ

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A Science DMZ is a part of the network specifically built to facilitate the high speed file transfers needed for many of today’s high performance science applications and instruments. Built near the high performance network edge, these networks areas are unlike the typical enterprise or campus networks and often are new to the cyberinfrastructure engineers deploying them. The hardware, configurations, and security policies must be taken into consideration for their planning, deployment, and operations. This can result in a scalable and performant Science and Engineering (S&E) experience capable of addressing the security posture of the organization while still supporting improved time to discovery for the S&E users.

The goal of this session is to bring together these cyberinfrastructure engineers who are working on building or maintaining Science DMZs to discuss the various aspects of their deployments for the collective benefit of the group.

Thursday July 22, 2021 9:45am - 10:45am PDT
Pathable Platform