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Presentation Categories

 

Collaboration Infrastructure & Technology

 

Next Generation Education

 

Wireless and Eduroam

 

Governance

 

Networks for Education and Research

 

e-Research Infrastructure

 

Networking Technology and Architecture

 

Network Security

 

Network Support and Management

 

Green IT

 

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Tuesday 8th July 2008 - Workshop Day

 

Prince Room

Monarch Room

Norfolk Room

Networking Activity

9:00 - 10:30

Cisco MPLS Workshop
Tony Saunders, Cisco

AARNET BGP Multihoming and Status Tools
Glen Turner/Mike Groeneweg, AARNet

AARNet Workshop on National Video Conferencing Services and VC Vendor Shoot-Out
Jason Bordujenko/Maggie Luczynska, AARNet

10:30 - 11:00

Morning Tea

 

11:00 - 12:30

Cisco MPLS Workshop
Tony Saunders, Cisco

AARNET BGP Multihoming and Status Tools
Glen Turner/Mike Groeneweg, AARNet

AARNet Workshop on National Video Conferencing Services and VC Vendor Shoot-Out
Jason Bordujenko/Maggie Luczynska, AARNet

 

12:30 - 1:30


Lunch

QUESTnet
2008 Golf Competition sponsored by Nortel

1:30 - 3:00

What institutions need to do to get connected to the AAF infrastructure
Viviani Paz, AusCERT

Configuring Devices
en-masse with Expect Perl

Mike Groeneweg/Tim Rayner, AARNet

AARNet Workshop on National Video Conferencing Services and VC Vendor Shoot-Out
Jason Bordujenko/Maggie Luczynska, AARNet

 

3:00 - 3:30

Afternoon Tea

 

3:30 - 5:00

What institutions need to do to get connected to the AAF infrastructure
Viviani Paz, AusCERT

Configuring Devices
en-masse with Expect Perl

Mike Groeneweg/Tim Rayner, AARNet

AARNet Workshop on National Video Conferencing Services and VC Vendor Shoot-Out
Jason Bordujenko/Maggie Luczynska, AARNet

 

EVO Collaboration on the Desktop
Greg Wickham, AARNet
(1 hour)

6:00 - 8:00

Welcome Reception

 

Wednesday 9th July 2008

 

Stream 1 - Prince Room

Stream 2- Monarch Room

Stream 3 - Norfolk Room

8:00 - 8:30

Registration & Coffee

8:30 - 8:45

Welcome & Opening Remarks
Professor Tom Cochrane
Deputy-Vice Chancellor (Technology, Information and Learning Support),
Queensland University of Technology

 

 

8:45 - 9:25

Saving the Planet at the Speed of Light - How R&E Networks Can Help Reduce Global Warming
Bill St Arnaud (video conference)

9:25 - 10:05

The UCSD/Calit2 Greenlight Project
Tom DeFanti

10:05 - 10:30

Morning Tea

10:30 - 11:05

Collaborative Infrastructure - Innovation on a Global Scale
George McLaughlin, Asia Pacific Advanced Network (APAN)

Green Data Centre Design from a Networking Point of View
Gavin Muldoon, FORCE10 Networks

ANU Digital Television & Media Service Update
Roy Meuronen, Australian National University

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11:10 - 11:45

Research Infrastructure - Investing in People and Resources
Rhys Francis, Department of Innovation, Industry, Science & Research

Go Green with Next Generation Video Solutions
James Brennan, Polycomm Global

Monash University's Video Communications Strategy: A Unified Communications Solution
Penelope Goward/Kheeran Dharwardena, Monash University

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11:50 - 12:25

PNG Academic and Research Network (PNGARNet)
Gordon Howell/Chandana Silver, Divine Word University

Is Your IT Infrastructure Helping Destroy the Planet?
Angus MacDonald, SUN Microsystems

Mobile Staff Productivity Project
Heath Marks, Griffith University/QUT

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12:30 - 2:00

Lunch

1:10 - 1:45

Living in the Connected Era
Stuart King, Dell

Network Access Control: Hype and Reality
Craig Harrison, Enterasys

Cabling and Standards for High Speed Networks
Mike Carter, ADC Krone

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2:00 - 2:35

Going Green Gracefully
Robin Eckermann, Eckermann and Associates

Safe Campus Solutions
Mark Magill, Alcatel-Lucent

Making Servers Dance to Your Tune with Puppet
Stephen Walsh, Australian Catholic University

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2:40 - 3:15

Electronic Waste – What is It and Where Do I Put It?
Malcolm Wolski, Griffith University

Campus Crisis Management – Is the Planning and Infrastructure of University IT Departments up to the Challenge?
Graeme Wilson, University of Queensland

Practical TCP Performance Testing Beyond 1Gbps on the AARNet Network
Tim Rayner, AARNet

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3:15 - 3:45

Afternoon Tea

3:45 - 4:20

How Does our Current Capability Compare with Other National Research and Education Networks Around the World?
Andrew Howard, Australian National University

Moving Critical Security Functions In-House – the Why's and Wherefore's
Rosemary Burns, Holmesglen TAFE

The Video Landscape
Jason Bordujenko, AARNet

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4:25 - 5:00

QRNO Health Research Access Project
Gary Schultz, QRNO

How Green is Your Website?
Paul Ducklin, Sophos

The AARNet National Video Conferencing Service
Maggie Luczynska, AARNet

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5:00 - 5:10

Coffee and Tea for BoF Attendees

5:10 - 6:00

Cecil Goldstein, APNIC
APNIC BoF – IPv6 – Are you the chicken or the egg???

As the available IPv4 address space depletes, your organisation will need to find a solution to deal with this challenging situation and maintain your business growth and operation.

IPv6 is currently considered to be the only comprehensive long-term option mature enough to fulfill this need. But, who needs to take the first step – you or your suppliers or clients?

In this session will look at the facts about IPv6 and consider:

  • What is happening to IPv4?
  • What really is IPv6?
  • Why do we need IPv6?
  • Why should I deploy IPv6?
  • How do I deploy IPv6?
  • Current policies and discussions
  • What should I do now?

 

Brett Rosolen, AARNet
BOF for Media Streaming Group

To discuss this new group, its charter and focus, to gather feedback and generate awareness amongst the community.

6:30pm

Film Night

Thursday 10th July 2008

 

Prince Room

Monarch Room

Norfolk Room

8:30 - 8:50

Registration & Coffee

8:50 - 9:25

GREEN IT
Jean Turgeon, Nortel

9:25 - 10:00

The Power of an Information Driven Business Organization
Amol Mitra, HP

10:00 - 10:30

Morning Tea

10:30 - 11:10

AARNet - Meeting a New Era of Change
Don Robertson, AARNet

Virtual Beamline eResearch Environment at the Australian Synchrotron
Chris Myers, VeRSI

Cleaning Up Our Act –Enterprise Solutions in Support of Webcasting to Offset Infrastructure Requirements for Delivery of Lectures
Phil Gorbett, University of the Sunshine Coast

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11:10 - 11:50

AARNet3 Architectural and Service Updates
Greg Wickham and Ivan Phillips, AARNet

Optiportals as Scalable Visualisation Platforms and Network Drivers
Bernard Pailthorpe, QCIF

Sakai Implementation at CSU
Philip Roy, Charles Sturt University

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11:50 - 12:30

Establishing UQSchoolsNet - The Provision of New Services to Schools Including the Fastest School Internet Service in the Southern Hemisphere
Nick Tate, University of Queensland

Using Global Networks to Transform High Angular Resolution
Astrophysics

Shaun Amy, CSIRO

Universities at the Edge
Peter Elford, Cisco

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12:30 - 2:00

Lunch

1:10 - 1:45

Green Theme - The Impact of Storage Virtualisation on Reducing Greenhouse Emissions from Data Centres
Mark Gluckman, Regal Information Technology

How to Guarantee the Availability and Performance of your Wireless Network
Nathan Tallack, CBO

Infrastructure – the Key to Enabling Seamless Unified Communications
Ian Hawkins, Tandberg

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2:00 - 2:40

Are We Up to “No One Gets Fired for Virtualising” Yet?
Jeff McDonnell, Lingnan University

Making a Mountain out of a Molehill - We Just Wanted to Automate Installation of Eduroam
Wil Daniels, Australian Catholic University

Google@School:  Bringing Google Technology on Campus
Bruno Pisano, HEDLOC

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2:40 - 3:20

The $100 Multimedia Ready Virtual Desktop' – Winner of the 2007 Wall St Journal Award for Innovation in Computing
Michael Pamphilon, Ncomputing

Updating Uni-Wide – Lessons Learnt
Greg Sawyer, University of New South Wales

Outsourcing Student Collaboration Services - Google Apps or Microsoft Exchange Labs
Terry Smith, QUT

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3:20 - 3:50

Afternoon Tea

3:50 - 4:30

QUT’s Business Service Improvement
Jamie Lonsdale, Queensland University of Technology

Communications Convergence and Regulatory Challenges
Kevin Sutherland, Australian Communications & Media Authority

Microsoft Live@edu and Exchange Labs Hosted E-mail for Education
Richard Wakeman/Roxie Mitchell, Microsoft

Presentation Paper: PDF Document 318KB Presentation Paper: PDF Document 1.26MB  

4:30 - 5:10

IT Maintenance, Scheduling and Coordination
Kevin Grant, Griffith University

Good IT Governance
Richard Constantine/Matthew Smith, Swinburne University of Technology

An Evaluation of Externally Hosted Mail for Students
Simon Collyer and Terry Cullen, University of Queensland 

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5:10 - 6:00

Coffee and Tea for BoF Attendees

5:10 - 6:00

James Sankar, AARNet & Brook Schofield, University of South Australia
BOF for Eduroam Project Group

To cover the work of this group to date and remaining activities with an opportunity for technical Q&A.

Jason Bordujenko, AARNet
BOF for AARNET MCU Review Group

To cover in more detail what this group has achieved and next steps in planning and developing a multi-vendor solution beyond 2009 and on a new group to look at desktop video and carbon footprint saving tools.

Terence Smith, Queensland University of Technology
BOF - Externally Hosted Solutions for Education - Student Email and Other
Services

Providing an in-house email service is so 90’s. Letting go and moving to an externally hosted service – what are the risks, where are the benefits, how much will it actually cost, what about security, privacy to IP … Network with folks who have, are planning to, or are just thinking about such a move at their institutions. Ask the difficult questions.

6:30pm

Conference Dinner

Friday 11th July 2008

 

Prince Room

Monarch Room

Norfolk Room

8:30 - 9:00

Registration & Coffee

9:00 - 9:45

Beyond the Web - Jacked into the Mesh Through Virtual Worlds
Lindy McKeown, Glia Pty Ltd

9:45 - 10:30

Do You Know and Trust Your Name in Cyberspace?
Bill Caelli, International Information Security Consultants

10:30 - 11:00

Morning Tea

11:00 - 11:40

Cost Recovery and Quota Management of Voice, Data and Mobile Services in the University of Southern Queensland
Andrew Grose, TSA Software Solutions

ANU IPV6
Andrew Howard, Australian National University

Web 2.0 Collaboration
Vanessa Sulikowski, Cisco

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11:40 - 12:20

Throughput Insights from Certification of a Large Network
Stephen Kingham, Integ

Next Generation Networks
Mark Roberts, Lan 1

Virtual Communication World
Sajan Paul, Nortel

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12:20 - 12:50

Conference Closes

12:50 - 2:00

Lunch

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