SC21 Demonstration

The NDN for Data Intensive Science Experiments (NDISE) project aims to accelerate the pace of breakthroughs and innovations in data-intensive science fields such as the Large Hadron Collider (LHC) high energy physics program and the BioGenome and human genome projects. Based on Named Data Networking (NDN), a data-centric future Internet architecture, N-DISE will deploy and commission a highly efficient and field-tested petascale data distribution, caching, access and analysis system serving major science programs. The N-DISE project will build on recently developed high-throughput NDN caching and forwarding methods, containerization techniques, leverage the integration of NDN and SDN systems concepts and algorithms with the mainstream data distribution, processing, and management systems of CMS, as well as the integration with Field Programmable Gate Arrays (FPGA) acceleration subsystems, to produce a system capable of delivering LHC and genomic data over a wide area network at throughputs approaching 100 Gbits per second, while dramatically decreasing download times. NDISE will leverage existing infrastructure and build an enhanced testbed with high performance NDN data
cache servers at participating institutions.