Broadening Network Performance: The Edge and Outages

Broadening Network Performance: The Edge and Outages

Heidemann, John
USC/Information Sciences Institute

John Heidemann 2014. Broadening Network Performance: The Edge and Outages. Presentation at the Second perfSONAR NSF Workshop.

Abstract

Network performance has often been studied through active measurements of delay and throughput between specific sites. While important to understanding performance of the core network and among well-connected sites, recent work has begun to explore broadening the subject in two ways. First, to consider network performance to millions of computers at the network’s edge, not just in a relatively well-connected mesh. Second, to explore network reliability and outages, in addition to delay and throughput. We will report on our recent progress and ongoing work in these areas.

Reference

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