Fermilab Computing Division

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Andrey Bobyshev of Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory is listed as an author on the most recent version of the following documents:
See documents with Andrey Bobyshev on any version.

CS-doc-# Title Author(s) Topic(s) Last Updated
4312-v19 FNAL Network Services - Service Docs Andrey Bobyshev et al. Service Level Management
Service Continuity
ISO Service
01 Oct 2019
1165-v9 Policy & Procedure For Authorized Access To Network Infrastructure & Services Andrey Bobyshev Policies and Procedures
07 Dec 2018
6452-v1 IPv6 Introduction for Users Andrey Bobyshev Networks
CCD Interactomes
Shared Systems and Services
29 May 2018
6182-v1 Hazard Analysis form for entering fiber optic cable manholes Andrey Bobyshev ES&H
19 Sep 2017
5029-v1 2012 Network Task Force Report - Final Jon Bakken et al. Networks
26 Feb 2013
5012-v1 NOvA Far Detector Networking Review Report Kurt Biery et al. Reviews
NOvA
22 Feb 2013
4372-v1 The US-CMS Tier1 Center Network Evolving toward 100Gbps Andrey Bobyshev et al. Networks
High Performance Computing
29 Jun 2011
4371-v1 Run II Networking Assessment Andrey Bobyshev High Performance Computing
Run2
29 Jun 2011
4157-v1 The USCMS Tier-1 Network - Evolving Toward 100Gb/s Andrey Bobyshev Networks
02 Nov 2010
4068-v1 AutoBlocker: A Netflow based traffic anomaly detector and blocking engine. Andrey Bobyshev Networks
Policies and Procedures
Computer Security
07 Sep 2010
3773-v1 USCMS Tier1 Facility Network Andrey Bobyshev Networks
US-CMS User Facilities
31 Mar 2010
3772-v1 USCMS Network FY10 Diagram Andrey Bobyshev Networks
US-CMS User Facilities
31 Mar 2010
3162-v1 Physical Infrastructure Requirements for Computing of WANNR Group in FCC2 Computing room( Current Status and FY09-11 projections) Andrey Bobyshev Computer Facility Support
26 Mar 2009
3001-v1 CHEP09 talk: WAN Dynamic Circuit Support at Fermilab Andrey Bobyshev et al. Networks
High Performance Computing
19 Nov 2008
3000-v1 CHEP09 talk: Network Model for Circuit Services Andrey Bobyshev et al. Networks
High Performance Computing
12 Nov 2008
2997-v1 CHEP09 talk: Flow Analysis for Network Services Andrey Bobyshev et al. Networks
12 Nov 2008
2885-v1 Network Device access list Andrey Bobyshev Networks
08 Sep 2008
2066-v2 End-to-End Network/Application Performance Troubleshooting Methodology Andrey Bobyshev et al. Networks
27 Nov 2007
2065-v1 Metropolitan Area Network Support at Fermilab Chuck Andrews et al. Networks
27 Nov 2007
2063-v2 Deploying perfSONAR-based End-2-End monitoring for production US CMS networking Andrey Bobyshev et al. Networks
27 Nov 2007
2068-v2 Use of Alternate Path WAN Circuits at Fermilab Andrey Bobyshev et al. Networks
27 Nov 2007
2067-v2 Lambda Station: Alternate network path forwarding for production SciDAC applications Andrey Bobyshev et al. Networks
27 Nov 2007
2069-v2 Use of flow data for traffic analysis and network performance characterization Andrey Bobyshev et al. Networks
27 Nov 2007
1740-v1 Lambda Station project: Presentation and paper for Gridnets2006 workshop Andrey Bobyshev et al. CS Office & Governance
04 Oct 2006
1255-v2 CHEP06 Lambda Station: Production Applications Exploiting Advanced Networks in Data Intensive High Energy Physics. Andrey Bobyshev et al. Networks
06 Mar 2006
1256-v6 CHEP06: Investigating the behavior of network aware applications with flow- based path selection. Andrey Bobyshev et al. Networks
09 Feb 2006
1260-v4 CHEP06: Effect of dynamic ACL (access control list) loading on performance of Cisco routers. Andrey Bobyshev et al. Networks
09 Feb 2006
488-v2 AutoBlocker: A system for detecting and blocking of network scanning Andrey Bobyshev et al. None
20 Jan 2005
497-v2 WAN Emulation Development and Testing at Fermilab Andrey Bobyshev et al. None
20 Jan 2005
498-v1 Methodologies and techniques for analysis of network flow data Andrey Bobyshev et al. None
20 Jan 2005

Number of documents found: 30

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