Brock Palen and Jeff Squyres speak with Jason Zurawski about perfSONAR, a network measurement toolkit designed to provide federated coverage of paths, and help to establish end-to-end usage expectations.
Jason Zurawski is a Science Engagement Engineer at the Energy Sciences Network (ESnet) in the Scientific Networking Division of the Computing Sciences Directorate of the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory. ESnet is the high performance networking facility of the US Department of Energy Office of Science. ESnet''s mission is to enable those aspects of the DOE Office of Science research mission that depend on high performance networking for success.
Jason's primary responsibilities include working with members of the research community to identify the roll of networking in scientific workflows, evaluate current requirements, and suggest improvements for future innovations. Jason's professional interests include network monitoring and performance measurement, high performance computing, grid computing, and application development. He is a founding member of several open source R&E software developments, including perfSONAR, OWAMP, BWCTL, NDT, and OSCARS.