NetStore '99

The Network Storage Symposium
Seattle, WA
October 14 & 15, 1999

NetStore '99: The End of End-to-End?

The Network Storage Symposium (NetStore '99) is devoted to exploring technical issues in logistical networking: the use of storage resources as components of the network's communicative infrastructure. The most common examples of logistical networking in today's global Internet are caching and replication. NetStore '99 is targeting an expanded area of investigation which includes more general and innovative applications of storage resources in networking.

In addition to submitted papers, Turing Award recipient Jim Gray will give a keynote talk. A panel discussion with experts from industry and academia is being organized on "The Convergence of Storage and Networking."

NetStore'99 is being held in conjunction with the Internet2 Fall Members Meeting.

General Chair

Micah Beckmbeck@cs.utk.eduUniversity of Tennessee, Knoxville

Vice Chair

Terry Mooretmoore@cs.utk.eduUniversity of Tennessee, Knoxville

Program Co-Chairs

James S. Plankplank@cs.utk.eduUniversity of Tennessee, Knoxville
Bert Dempseybert@ils.unc.eduUniversity of North Carolina, Chapel Hill

Program Committee

Guy AlmesUCAID / Internet2
Pei CaoUniversity of Wisconsin, Madison
Prasun DewanUniversity of North Carolina, Chapel Hill
Ian FosterArgonne National Laboratory
Clifford LynchCoalition for Networked Information
Gary MarchioniniUniversity of North Carolina, Chapel Hill
Reagan MooreSan Diego Supercomputer Center
Joe TouchUniversity of Southern California / ISI
Rich WolskiUniversity of Tennessee, Knoxville

Sponsoring Organizations

UCAID / Internet2
Innovative Computing Laboratory