Multi-layered Network Problems

These case studies provide examples of multi-layered network problems. These are common types of problems, with one issue potentially masking others. The case studies provide insight into how one could go about diagnosing and addressing such problems.

National Severe Storms Laboratory Performance Investigation

May - July 2017 Executive Summary The National Severe Storms Laboratory (NSSL) is a National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) facility operated on the campus of the University of Oklahoma. This center is responsible for creating products that assist in the prediction of weather events, and utilizes data feeds from many different remote locations. Efficient data movement is a critical…  Read More

Improving Data Transfer Between Argonne National Laboratory and The University of Michigan

July 22nd 2014 Introduction Data intensive science requires integration of many components to work effectively; a clean pipeline between the act of data acquisition and mobility is required to ensure productivity. Researchers at the University of Michigan work closely with collaborators at Argonne National Laboratory’s Advanced Photon Source (APS) to migrate data collected from the scientific…  Read More