Presented by: Steve Barnet
Room: Nicholas Hall (2080)
Time: 2:40-3:00 PM
Taking 300TB a year of data at the South Pole and delivering it to researchers around the world is a huge and exciting challenge. This is a look at how we approach it, and how our approaches are evolving with the technical landscape.
The goal of this session is to share lesson learned in building IceCube’s computing model: What worked, what didn’t and why? I will also provide some tech background on computing and storage systems.