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The next opportunity to get together to share ideas, experiences and best practices will be on 12-13 October 2016, when there will be a meeting of SIG-MSP in Rome, hosted by GARR.

Registration is

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full: see the list of participants!

Information about hotels, the venue and how to get there are all available via the GARR website.


This is the preliminary agenda, which still leaves a lot of room for your contributions!
If you have any agenda topic ideas for tsubsequent meetings, please contact Laura.Durnford@geant.org or add them into the agenda suggestions page.

This is the final agenda.

Nice guided walk together in the centre of Rome - meeting in Piazza di Spagna

NOTE: TUESDAY 11 ALL DAY & WEDNESDAY 12 MORNING
Co-located meeting of the GÉANT Project team on Application Services Delivery Management (JRA4 Task 2).
Not an open meeting, but the team is happy to consider admitting those with a particular interest. (email Jan Meijer meijer@uninett.no
WEDNESDAY 12 OCTOBER 2016
TIMEWHATWHOSLIDES  
12:00-13:00ARRIVALS, LUNCH AND EMAILS    Kindly provided by GARR
13:00-13:10Welcome, introductionsMartin Bech   
13:10-13:30Host presentation    

AARNet Salesforce CRM as a single pre-sale and post-sale activity chain

James Sankar (AARNet - via VC)

13:30-1514:00

Session 1 - theme: Sources of funding for innovation

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15:00-15:15COFFEE / TEA / EMAILS    
15:15-17:15

Session 2 theme - theme: Sources of funding for innovation

DISCUSSION

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17:15-17:30Day wrap up    
evening     
 How does the proposed new task force on research engagement potentially fit alongside SIG-MSP?Sylvia Kuijpers (SURFnet) / Jakob Tendel (DFN)
14:00-14:35

Host  presentation

 Federico Ruggieri, GARR
 Session - lightning talks! 
14:35-14:45RedIRIS joint initiatives with the Spanish Conference of UniversitiesAlberto Pérez (RedIRIS)
14:45-14:55GTS as a teaching platform for network and computer studentsBrian Mortensen
14:55-15:10COFFEE / TEAKindly provided by GARR
15:10-16:40

GÉANT Clouds session

 

 Ready for adoption: IaaS and other services - update and discussion (1 hour)

Andres Steijaert (SURFnet) and Mandeep Saini (GÉANT), Christian Gijtenbeek (GÉANT)

 European R&E cloud broker service - proposal and feedback (30 mins)Jan Meijer (UNINETT)
16:40-17:05White paper on best practice for cloud connectivityLars Fischer (NORDUnet)
17:05-17:15Day wrap upMartin Bech
18:30Nice walk in the centre of Rome - meet you at Immaculate Conception’s column in Piazza Mignarelli (you can reach it via the tube, line “A” – Spagna stop) Alessio The Guide
20:00Social dinner - Ristorante “Il Falchetto” in Via dei Montecatini, 12, 186 Roma

Kindly provided by GARR

 

 

Annabel Grant (GÉANT)
THURSDAY 13 OCTOBER 2016
TIMEWHATWHOSLIDES  
09:00-09:1005ARRIVALS & , EMAILS, WELCOME    
09:1005-1009:45

Session 3 - various topics

 35Towards a joint e-infrastructure services portfolio?Annabel Grant (GÉANT - via VC)    cost savings follow up : HEAnet value for money report
Robert Hackett (HEAnet)09:35-10:50

Themed session - Sources of funding for projects and innovation
part 1 : internal aspects - how do we fund from within the community?

    
outcomes of GN4 JRA4: Application Services Delivery Development Jan Meijer (UNINETT 

GÉANT Community Programme options

How Jisc makes the case for investing in service development activities

Nicole Harris (GÉANT - Secretary of the GCC)

Mark Tysom (Jisc)

   
 Towards a joint e-infrastructure services portfolio?Discussion: e.g. what is the lifecycle of innovation management? Mechanisms for moving activities through the GCP to NRENs, GÉANT or others.    
10:4550-11:0010COFFEE / TEA / EMAILS Kindly provided by GARR   
11:0010-12:4520Session 4 - lightning talks! Open call for 10-minute slotsThemed session - Sources of funding for projects and innovation
part 2 : external aspects - how do we get funding from outside?
    
12:45-13:00Wrap up, next meeting 

SURFnet's model for funding campus services developed in response to customer requests.

Walter van Dijk (SURFnet)   
 Cost savings follow up : HEAnet value for money reportRobert Hackett (HEAnet)   
 Discussion: e.g. if NRENs get money from e.g. ICT programmes, how do we share the results and benefits?    
12:20-12:30Knowledge PortalChristian Gijtenbeek (GÉANT)   
12:30-12:45Wrap up, next meetings & topics, AOBMartin Bech   
13:00LUNCH AND EMAILS & Steering Committee meetingKindly provided by GARR
NOTE: THURSDAY 13 AFTERNOON & FRIDAY 14 MORNING
Co-located cloud workshop