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QUESTnet 2011 PROGRAM

  QUESTnet 2011 Program.pdf

Tuesday 12th July 2011 - Workshop Day

TimeCoolangatta 2Coolangatta 4Surfers Paradise 1Coolangatta 1Coolangatta 3Other Activities/Surfers Paradise 2
9:00 - 10:30"SIP Workshop" Bill Efthimiou & Leon Li AARNet

"Wireless & Mobility Threats, Detection and Protection" Neal Wise & Oliver Greiter Assurance Pty Ltd

NB. A maximum of 14 participants can be catered for by this workshop

"IPv6 in campus networks" Glen Turner AARNet"Building a Standard Operating Environment on Linux" Christian Unger The University of Queensland  

QRNO/Questnet BoM meeting

- Starts at 9.30am

10:30 - 11:00Morning Tea
11:00 - 12:30

"SIP Workshop"

Bill Efthimiou & Leon Li

AARNet

"Wireless & Mobility Threats, Detection and Protection"

Neal Wise & Oliver Greiter

Assurance Pty Ltd

"IPv6 in campus networks"

Glenn Turner

AARNet

"Building a Standard Operating Environment on Linux"

Christian Unger

The University of Queensland

 QRNO/Questnet BoM meeting
12:30 - 13:30Lunch
13:30 - 15:00

"SIP Workshop"

Bill Efthimiou & Leon Li

AARNet

"Wireless & Mobility Threats, Detection and Protection"

Neal Wise & Oliver Greiter

Assurance Pty Ltd

"IPv6 in campus networks"

Glenn Turner

AARNet

"Systems Configuration Mgt with Puppet" Stephen Walsh & Rob Kearey AARNet  Golf
15:00 - 15:30Afternoon Tea
15:30 - 17:00

"SIP Workshop"

Bill Efthimiou & Leon Li

AARNet

"Wireless & Mobility Threats, Detection and Protection"

Neal Wise & Oliver Greiter

Assurance Pty Ltd

"IPv6 in campus networks"

Glenn Turner

AARNet

"Systems Configuration Mgt with Puppet"

StephenWalsh & Rob Kearey

AARNet

 Golf
18:00 - 20:00 Welcome Reception
Presentation Categories 
Cloud Computing  Collaborative Technologies  Data Centres  Desktop 
Health Applications  Internet Access Management  National Network Planning   Network 
Research Applications  Security   Storage   Video networking 
Wireless     

Wednesday 13th July 2011 - Day One

  

 
TimeStream 1 - Higher Ed
Southport 2 & 3
Stream 2 - Higher Ed
Surfers Paradise 3
Stream 3 - Higher Ed
Surfers Paradise 2
Stream 4 - K12
Surfers Paradise 1
8:00 - 8:40Registration and Coffee
8:40 - 9:00Welcome & Opening Remarks Rob Moffatt, Director, ITS, The University of Queensland   
9:00 - 9:40

Keynote: Joe Skorupa, Research Vice President, Gartner Research "Data Centre Evolution: From Networks to Fabrics"

Chair - Glenn Taylor

9:45 - 10:25

Keynote: Gary McLaren, Chief Technology Officer, National Broadband Network (NBN) "About the National Broadband Network"

Chair - Glenn Taylor 

10:25 - 10:50Morning Tea
10:50 - 11:20V 36  Keith Downs & Dan Yarrow - HP "Understanding the Future of 'Cloud Utility on Demand'"
67 Zane Jarvis - AusCERT  "Australian web site compromises"
64 Craig Warren - Deakin University "Towards a maturity model for evaluating videoconferencing deployments in higher education"
Joe McIver - Cisco "K12 Keynote - Connected Learning - New Directions?"
11:25 - 11:55 Nick Tate - Research Data Storage Infrastructure (RDSI) Project "Transforming Australia’s Research Data Storage"
V 102  Paul Ducklin - Sophos  "Cloud Pretension - plus ça change, plus c'est la même chose"
V 71 Jeff Wang - Cisco  "Beyond video communication and capture - Video content analytics and sharing"
Bruce Rigby - NSIP "Right information, right time, right place"
12:00 - 12:30 Don Robertson - AARNet "NBN & AARNet  - The Complementary Way Forward?"
57 Adrian Tarca - James Cook University  "Migrating Staff and Student email to the Cloud - JCU's Experience"
76 Jack Tindall - University of the Sunshine Coast  "Exploring Alternatives for Network Based Video Recording"
Allen Cupitt - HHERN "How to build a regional community network for education"
12:30 - 13:45Lunch
13:00 - 13:30    Sabeine Heindl & Nick O'Byrne, Chaired by Glenn Taylor, "ARIA Student Session - Why Music Matters"
13:45 - 14:1518 Nick Tate - RDSI, "The National Research Network Project"
54 Timothy Brown - Charles Sturt University  "Internet charging and access – A charging addiction and the road to rehab"
V125  Clive Gold - EMC Corporation "The Next Big Wave - Data Centre Design & Optimisation Leveraging the VCE Alliance and VBLOCK Foundation Architecture to Manage the Rich Media Age"
The Hon. Peter Garrett (via VC)Minister for School Education, Early Childhood and Youth Chaired by Glenn Taylor Student Forum - The 21C School
14:20 - 14:503 James Vidler - University of Newcastle  "The Impact of the National Broadband Network on Higher Education and Research"
V 39 Sharon Tyrer & Simon Hookway - Obsidian Consulting Group  "Reconciliation and reporting – is your network performing as you expect?"
V 104 Paul Pyyvaara - OnthNet "Data Centre Design - How Things Change in 5 Years"
Adrian Burgess -  Chevalier College "How the new wave in Wi-Fi is delivering information on demand campus wide"
14:55 - 15:257 Tim Rayner - AARNet  "Optical Network Diversity - side stepping single points of failure on the AARNet Optical Network"
 
Panel Session "Preparing for the Next Big Wave? Ask the Director" V 63  Gary Gardiner - Check Point  "Securing the Private Cloud"
Mark Schulz - The University of Queensland "Access to remote laboratories: What are the Benefits?"
15:25 - 15:50Afternoon Tea
15:50 - 16:20 Greg Sawyer - University of NSW  "UNSW's oxymoron - the green data centre"
 
Trevor Westhead - Axis Communications "Making the Right Choice in IP Network Video - Education & Industry"
11  Warrick Mitchell - AARNet  "Network Security - Knowledge is everything!"
Ian Fry - ISNet "Building a Network of Independent Schools"
16:25 - 16:5546  Iain Robertson - The University of Queensland "Dealing with Disaster - the UQ Experience"
V 114  Pierre Semaan - Integrated Research  "Ensuring Reliability and Availability in a Unified Communications Infrastructure"
 
V 100  Greg Schmidt & Gary Galbraith - Fortinet/Griffith University  Staying Ahead of the Security Wave – "Real World Network Security implementation at Griffith University"
 
Nathan Scott - University of Newcastle "Enhancing your Music Curriculum - Connect to LIVE Musicians using high fidelity Videoconference"
17:00 Social Evening

Thursday 14th July 2011 - Day Two

TimeStream 1 - Higher Ed
Southport 2 & 3
Stream 2 - Higher Ed
Surfers Paradise 3
Stream 3 - Higher Ed
Surfers Paradise 2
Stream 4 - Digital Outreach
Surfers Paradise 1
8:30 - 9:00Registration and Coffee
9:00 - 9:40

Keynote: Martin Bech, Deputy Director, UNI-C.dk "Dedicated Virtual Network Infrastructures - For the Health Sector (and the Rest of Us)"

Chair - Glenn Taylor

9:45 - 10:25

Keynote: Dennis Gannon, Director, XCG Cloud Engagement, Microsoft "The Cloud, the Client and Big Data"

Chair - Glenn Taylor

10:25 - 10:50Morning Tea
10:50 - 11:2020  Andrew Fiedler - Queensland Regional Network Organisation  "Getting Out of Hospital - Health Research Access Project"
 
55  David Crowe - Bond University  "Desktop Architecture: the Bond experience" 
V112  Wayne Allen - Fluke Networks   " Measuring Application Performance from an End User Point of View "
 
David Foley - NSW DET "Digital Outreach Keynote (Connections Video Conference Market Place)"
11:25 - 11:5537  Neil Witheridge - AARNet "Eduroam AU Now and Future"
 
82  Mark Vulling & Lloyd Thomas - Citrix Systems/Victoria University  "Desktop and application virtualisation enabling the next generation of learning opportunities"
 
V 121 Carl Jefferys - Ruckus Wireless "How the New Wave in Wi-Fi is Delivering Information On Demand Campus Wide"
Brendan Smith and Imelda Cooney - NFSA "NFSA Connects: Bringing Screen Education Alive for regional school students"
12:00 - 12:3021  Bernard Meade - The University of Melbourne  "3D Telemedicine and Video conferencing using high-speed networks"
 
65 Jeff McDonell - McDonell Consulting "Desktop Virtualisation progress in Universities"
 
V 75 Roy Wittert - Motorola "Dormitory Wireless Is A Snap - Leverage Existing Cat 5 Cable For Cost Effective 802.11n Upgrade"
 
Karen Player - Australian Museum "School Connections - Video Conferencing with the Australian Museum"
12:30 - 13:45Lunch
13:45 - 14:15V 116  Milton Purcell - NEC Australia "Collaborating in a Connected World"
 
56 Marc Blum -  The University of Queensland   "Virtualising the Server Farm Network"
V 103 Andrew Latham - Tripwire "The IT Blind Side: Why are so many organizations spending so much money on security, but still being surprised by breaches?"

Patrick Spiers and Steven Papp - Field of Mars Environmental Education Centre "Connecting Classrooms for Sustainability:  Videoconference festivals and virtual lessons that complement fieldwork"

14:20 - 14:5041  Graeme Wilson - The University of Queensland "The Next Big Wave: Voice and Messaging Technologies in Higher Education"
35  Mark Stevens & Gordon Smith - Procera Networks/UNE  "Measuring and Monitoring Internet Traffic with PacketLogic Real-Time Enforcement Devices"
 
V 79  Lani Refiti - Trend Micro "The No Nonsense Guide to Virtualisation/Cloud Security"
 
Julie Spencer - GBRMPA "Reef Videoconferencing, the journey of taking the Great Barrier Reef live into classrooms all over the world"
14:55 - 15:2569  Simon Collyer - The University of Queensland   "Voice is an App - Issues around Enterprise Collaboration" Systems
 
Ian Atkinson - James Cook University "The Digital Regional Economy, the NBN and James Cook University"
V 101 Julian Critchlow - Enterasys "Visibility & Control on the Campus LAN"
 
James Brennan - Polycom "Enriching Your Curriculum Utilising Content Providers and Special Events"
15:25 - 15:50Afternoon Tea
15:50 - 16:2012 Jake Carroll  - The University of Queensland   "Riding the super fast storage tsunami. Solid-State Disk considerations in next-gen storage infrastructure"
 
V 119 Peter Hauck -  Riverbed   "Meeting challenges and leveraging opportunities in the Cloud"

V 115 Thorsten Punke - TE Connectivity "IT Infrastructures for the Next Generation of Applications"

 

Darren Peacock & Jill MacKenzie - History SA "Building community through digital outreach"
16:25 - 16:5561 Christoph Willing - Queensland Cyber Infrastructure Foundation   "Arbitrary Resolution Graphical Applications in SAGE"
 
V 122 Rick Ferguson -  Palo Alto Networks "Social Networks, Enterprise 2.0, and Network Security"
 
V 111 Jamie Humphrey -  Dell "Achieving success in the Virtual Era"
Robert Bunzli - Questacon    "Pushing more buttons - Extending the boundaries of VC broadcast"
16:55 - 17:00Coffee and Tea for BoF Attendees
17:00 - 17:50 Birds of a Feather Session: "Launching AARNet's New Video Conference Booking, Recording and Streaming Services" (Presented by Jason Bordujenko and Darren French, AARNet) Birds of a Feather Session: "IPV6: What is Happening in your Institution?" (Presented by Glen Turner, AARNet) Birds of a Feather Session: CAUDIT (Presented by Steve Johnston, CAUDIT)Digital Outreach Round Table Session: All welcome
18:30 Conference Dinner

Friday 15th July 2011 - Day Three

     
TimeStream 1 - Higher Ed
Southport 2 & 3
Stream 2 - Higher Ed
Surfers Paradise 3
Stream 3 - Higher Ed
Surfers Paradise 2
8:30 - 9:00Registration and Coffee
9:00 - 9:30V 59 Muneyb Minhazuddin - Avaya "Virtual Networks" Craig Warren - Deakin University "Energy Wise Driving Savings for Deakin University"   David Cockerham - Exinda Networks "Don't Let Your Network be an Obstacle to Learning"
 
9:35 - 10:055 Bill Efthimiou - AARNet Extending Unified Communications Based Multimedia Services Beyond The Enterprise
 
4 Hai Tran - Curtin University of Technology  "Moving into the Cloud: Security Implications, Considerations & Lessons Learnt"
 
V124  James Brennan - Polycom "Revenue Generation for Higher Education Institutions via Outreach"
10:10 - 10:4026 Adrian Whitaker & Phillip Kent - Queensland University of Technology  "Cooperation, collaboration and consolidation"
 
V 105 Mark Verbloot - Aruba Networks "Building a Mobile Network for Blended Learning"   John Martin - NetApp and Steven Newton - Cisco "Building a Service Ready Multi-tenant Infrastructure for Higher Education
 
10:40 - 11:05Morning Tea
11:05 - 11:45

Keynote: Professor John Mattick, Professor of Molecular Biology and NHMRC, Australia Fellow IMB, The University of Queensland "Genetic Information and the Data Avalanche in Biology"

NB. Both closing Plenary presentations are on this one video

Chair - Glenn Taylor

11:50 - 12:30Keynote: Simon Hackett, Managing Director, Internode "The Nearly Begun Network:Our Future High Fibre Diet"
  NB. Both closing Plenary presentations are on this one video
Chair - Glenn Taylor
12:35 - 12:50Conference Closes
12:50 - 14:00Lunch

  QUESTnet 2011 Program.pdf