Changes between Version 9 and Version 10 of 2012-09_UEN_GENI_Status_Report


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    1818 * GEC 14: attended by Steve Corbato and Joe Breen
    1919 * FOAM and Flowvisor installation complete
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    2122== II. Description of work performed during last quarter ==
    22  A. Activities and findings
     23=== A. Activities and findings ===
     24 * Put together design and reviewed with GPO and Utah Experimenter team
     25 * Installed HP 5406v2 in the Utah Education Network EBC data center
     26 * Setup FOAM and Flowvisor on virtual machine for controlling the UEN aggregate switch
     27 * Tested control of FOAM
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    24  B. Project participants
     29=== B. Project participants ===
     30 * Steve Corbato - PI - University of Utah/UEN
     31 * Joe Breen -
     32 * Kevin Quire - UEN Senior Network Engineer
     33 * Rob Ricci - Utah PI for ProtoGENI and other experiments
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    26  C. Publications (individual and organizational)
     35=== C. Publications (individual and organizational) ===
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    28  D. Outreach activities
    29 E. Collaborations
    30 F. Other Contributions
     37The UEN GENI project presented a single poster but had no other publications planned or delivered.
     38
     39=== D. Outreach activities ===
     40
     41UEN GENI Project participants have presented GENI, OpenFlow, UEN GENI project and other related discussions to multiple groups within the University of Utah and UEN.  These presentations have raised awareness and received input from security engineers, network engineers, system engineers and other discipline scientists.
     42
     43=== E. Collaborations ===
     44
     45The UEN GENI Project participants have collaborated closely with BBN GPO staff and Internet2 staff in order to achieve success on the milestones.  Tim U, Josh S and Ali of the BBN GPO and Stanford staff were invaluable in getting the FOAM/Flowvisor installations functional.  They provided the constant support necessary to ferret out all of the subtle issues around documentation, file permissions, etc.  Tim U, Matt Z and Internet2/Indiana engineers helped put together a flexible implementation that leveraged the existing resources of the ProtoGENI backbone, Internet2 backbone and the GENI OpenFlow backbone. 
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     47=== F. Other Contributions ===