This year’s Supercomputing Conference (SC20) is taking place virtually from November 9 – 17. Reservoir Labs’ Networking team shares its latest research on Thursday, November 12.
During SCinet’s Network Research Exhibition (NRE) Research Overview, Sruthi Yellamraju, Principal Engineer, showcases Reservoir’s GradientGraph technology which enables real-time traffic engineering, high-performance baselining, and a framework for high-precision network capacity planning. This demo takes place between 3:58pm – 5:08pm eastern time.
At the Innovating the Network for Data-Intensive Science (INDIS) Workshop, Noah Amsel, Engineer, presents Computing Bottleneck Structures at Scale for High-Precision Network Performance Analysis, introducing the Theory of Bottleneck Structures, a framework for accurately understanding the performance of data networks at scale. This presentation takes place from 5:40-6:05pm eastern time.
Watch the INDIS Presentation: