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International Networking
Scott Chevalier

Scott Chevalier, Network Systems Analyst

Scott Chevalier was a Network Systems Analyst for International Networks. He helped to plan and distribute small form factor network measurement and monitoring resources to developing research and education networks domestically, across Africa and within Asia. He served as co-chair of the perfSONAR Documentation and Training Group and specializes in resources for deployments on limited resources or for wide deployment.

Chevalier assisted National Research and Education Networks (NRENs) with triage and setup of organizational perfSONAR meshes utilizing MaDDash. In this capacity he interacted with various NRENs around the world, helping ensure their netowrk representation via perfSONAR remained current and productive. He also assisted NRENs with training and diagnosis of network issues where he often lead workshop events.

Prior to joining the International Networks team, Chevalier had worked in various positions at IU since 2001. He initially served as assistant webmaster for IUPUI, then as webmaster for several departments and schools, and eventually as webmaster for the communications and marketing team over IUPUI.

Starting in 2009, Chevalier assumed a number of roles within the Global Network Operations Center (GlobalNOC) at IU. These culminated in his becoming Specialized Support Technician for Internet2 and the ACE and TransPAC international networks, as well as for the internet exchange points of Manhattan Landing (MAN LAN) and Washington International Exchange (WIX) which ultimately led to his current posting.