Leveraging and Abstracting Measurements with perfSONAR (LAMP)
Principal Investigator Martin Swany / email@example.com / 302 831 2324
Co-PI Eric Boyd firstname.lastname@example.org
Participating Organizations and Members
Department of Computer and Information Sciences, University of Delaware
- Martin Swany / email@example.com
- Guilherme Fernandes / firstname.lastname@example.org
- Ezra Kissel / email@example.com
- Eric Boyd / firstname.lastname@example.org
- Jason Zurawski / email@example.com
- Matt Zekauskas / firstname.lastname@example.org
GPO Liaison System Engineer
Vic Thomas email@example.com
The project will create an instrumentation and measurement system, based on perfSONAR, for use by experimenters on ProtoGENI. The project will collaborate on a plan to develop a common GENI instrumentation and measurement architecture with an emphasis on providing a common but extensible format for data storage and exchange. The project will work to develop a representation of GENI topology to be used to describe measurements and experiment configuration, also based on perfSONAR. The project will collaborate with related GENI measurement and security projects (e.g. University of Wisconsin's Instrumentation and Measurement for GENI) on a common GENI instrumentation and measurement architecture.
(09/22/2010) LAMP I&M System RC1 released. Documentation is still in development, but we've made a Quick Start guide that you can follow to setup your slice and enable the LAMP services for instrumentation and measurement. Please send comments, feedback and bug reports to firstname.lastname@example.org!
- LAMP: S4.a GENI I&M data schemas (Due 11/07/11 (late))
- LAMP: S4.b GENI I&M Authorization and Infrastructure Measurements (Due 03/17/12 (late))
- LAMP: S4.c GENI I&M Authorization and Infrastructure Measurements (Due 07/27/12 (late))
Project Technical Documents
Links to wiki pages for the project's technical documents go here. List should include any document in the working groups, as well as other useful documents. Projects may have a full tree of wiki pages here.
Quarterly Status Reports
Spiral 2 Connectivity
Links to wiki pages about details of infrastrcture that the project is using (if any). Examples include IP addresses, hostnames, URLs, DNS servers, local site network maps, VLANIDs (if permanent VLANs are used), pointers to public keys. GPO may do first drafts of any of these and have the PI correct them to bootstrap. May also include ticket links for pending or known connectivity issues. Many projects will have a full tree of wiki pages here.
perfSONAR: perfSONAR is an infrastructure for network performance monitoring, making it easier to solve end-to-end performance problems on paths crossing several networks. perfSONAR is also a services-oriented architecture, with protocols, APIs and several interoperable software packages.
perfSONAR-PS: perfSONAR-PS is an open source development effort to create a colletion of easy-to-use and easy-to-install perfSONAR network performance monitoring services and tools.
- GEC7-LAMP.pdf (0.5 MB) -
Presentation at GEC7., added by email@example.com on 04/29/10 17:05:44.
- GEC8-LAMP-StatusReport.ppt (486.5 kB) -
LAMP Status Report presentation at GEC8, added by firstname.lastname@example.org on 08/29/10 19:35:07.
- GEC8-LAMP-ExperiencesCF.ppt (382.5 kB) -
GEC8 LAMP presentation on Experiences with the ProtoGENI CF, added by email@example.com on 08/29/10 19:36:06.
- GEC8-IMWG-GUIs.ppt (381.0 kB) -
GEC8 presentation for the GUIs section of the I&M architecture document, added by firstname.lastname@example.org on 08/29/10 19:36:47.
- GEC8-LAMP-Demo.ppt (1.1 MB) -
GEC8 LAMP Demo Poster of V1.0 of perfSONAR on ProtoGENI (Milestone S2.e), added by email@example.com on 08/29/10 19:45:34.
- LAMP Spiral 2 Project Review.pptx (166.6 kB) - added by firstname.lastname@example.org on 08/30/10 10:21:53.
- S2.a-Requirements&Design.pdf (156.5 kB) -
Milestone S2.a - Requirement and Design Notes for the GENI Instrumentation and Measurement Architecture: perfSONAR and pGIMI, added by email@example.com on 08/30/10 11:01:51.