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Aggregate Name

Indiana University MyPLC Aggregate

This aggregate supports the GENI Aggregate Provider Agreement (10/19/2011).

Aggregate Overview

Aggregate Resources The Indiana University MyPLC testbed consists of 4 multi-homed PlanetLab nodes on which experimenters can reserve virtual machine slivers. Currently only the pl4 and pl5 servers are connected to the GENI OpenFlow core network. PL4 and PL5 hosts are located in Indianapolis while Pl1, PL3 and the Myplc server are in Bloomington, IN
Typical Experiments The Indiana University MyPLC testbed is suited for experiments that can use shared user-level compute resources. Experimenters can get VServer-based slivers providing user-level access to Fedora Linux.
Aggregate Web Page has information about the GPO Lab MyPLC testbed.
Aggregate Status has alarm monitoring data from this testbed's nodes. Statistics are also available through the GMOC interface at
Layer 2 Connectivity Internet2 and NLR including OpenFlow-controlled connections.

Experimenter Support

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Using this Aggregate

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Usage Policies Experimenters must abide by the GENI Recommended Use Policy
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Sample Rspecs Reserve a sliver on all five nodes

Aggregate Management

Aggregate Operator Indiana University GlobalNOC:
Resource Owner Indiana University GlobalNOC:
Operation POC Indiana University GlobalNOC:
Technical POC Indiana University GlobalNOC:
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