Changes between Version 58 and Version 59 of ExperimenterPortal


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    3131=== 3.1 GENI aggregates currently available to experimenters: ===
     32==== 3.1.1 Programmable Hosts ====
    3233{{{
    3334#!html
    34 <p style="font-size:x-small;">GENI Aggregate Providers: Please report errors and omissions in the table below to <a href="mailto:vthomas@bbn.com"> Vic Thomas </a></p>
    3535<table border="1">
    3636          <tr>
     
    9090        </tr>
    9191        <tr>
    92                 <td>Deter </a></td>
    93                 <td>Testbed for security experiments consisting of about 200 co-located PCs that can be loaded with an experimenter specified OS image and connected in arbitrary topologies</td>
    94                 <td>Complete PCs</td>
    95                 <td>PCs can be set up as routers</td>
    96                 <td>No</td>
    97                 <td>I2? NLR? Internet</td>
    98                 <td><a href="http://www.protogeni.net">   ProtoGENI Tools</a>, <a href="http://seer.deterlab.net/trac"> SEER </a></td>
    99         </tr>
     92                <td> <a href="http://groups.geni.net/geni/wiki/GeniAggregate/MillionNodeGeni"> Million Node GENI </a> </td>
     93                <td>  Compute resources on thousands of platforms donated by individuals and institutions. Platforms may be mobile and/or behind firewalls and NATs.  </td>
     94                <td>  Experimenter software, written in a subset of Python, runs in sandboxes on Million Node GENI platforms.  </td>
     95                <td>  No </td>
     96                <td>  Million Node GENI includes wireless platforms </td>
     97                <td> Internet </td>
     98                <td> <a href="http://www.protogeni.net">   ProtoGENI Tools</a>,  Million Node GENI Tools </td>
     99        </tr>
     100</table>
     101<p style="font-size:x-small;">GENI Aggregate Providers: Please report errors and omissions in the table above to <a href="mailto:vthomas@bbn.com"> Vic Thomas </a></p>
     102}}}
     103
     104==== 3.1.2 Programmable Networks ====
     105{{{
     106#!html
     107<table border="1">
     108          <tr>
     109                  <th><b>Aggregate</b></th>
     110                 <th><b>Description</b></th>
     111                 <th><b>Compute Resources</b></th>
     112                 <th><b>Programmable Network</b></th>
     113                 <th><b>Wireless</b></th>
     114                 <th><b>Network Connectivity</b></th>
     115                 <th><b>Experimenter Tools</b></th>
     116          <tr>
     117</tr>
     118       
     119        <tr>
     120                <td>Supercharged PlanetLab  Platform (SPP) Nodes </a></td>
     121                <td> Five high-performance PlanetLab nodes at Internet2 co-location sites.  Nodes incorporate high-performance server and network processor blades to support service delivery over high speed overlay networks.  </td>
     122                <td>  Experimenters program the General-Purpose Processing Engines (GPEs) and Network Processor Blades (NPE) of the SPP nodes. </td>
     123                <td>  Yes </td>
     124                <td>  No </td>
     125                <td> Internet2 </td>
     126                <td>  </td>
     127        </tr>
     128        <tr>
     129                <td> <a href="GeniAggregate/ProtoGeniBackBoneNodes"> ProtoGENI Backbone Nodes </a></td>
     130                <td> Nodes at 5 Internet2 co-location sites.  The ProtoGENI backbone runs Ethernet on a 1Gbps Internet2 wave, and slices it with VLANs.  Researchers select the topology of VLANs on this infrastructure. </td>
     131                <td> No  </td>
     132                <td>  Yes </td>
     133                <td>  No </td>
     134                <td> Internet2: Layer 2 and IP; Internet2 ION service (incl. many ProtoGENI sites); 1 Gbps to GpENI and Wisconsin ProtoGENI site, 10 GBps to Utah ProtoGENI site and Mid-Atlantic Crossroads; connected to SPP and ShadowNet nodes</td>
     135                <td> <a href="http://www.protogeni.net">   ProtoGENI Tools</a> </td>
     136        </tr>
     137        <tr>
     138                <td>BGP Mux </a></td>
     139                <td> BGP-session multiplexer that provides stable, on-demand access to global BGP route feeds. Arbitrary and even transient client BGP connections can be provisioned and torn down on demand without affecting globally visible BGP sessions. </td>
     140                <td> No  </td>
     141                <td> Yes  </td>
     142                <td>  No </td>
     143                <td> Internet2 </td>
     144                <td>  </td>
     145        </tr>
     146        <tr>
     147                <td> Stanford OpenFlow Network </a></td>
     148                <td>  </td>
     149                <td>   </td>
     150                <td>   </td>
     151                <td>   </td>
     152                <td> Internet2 </td>
     153                <td>  </td>
     154        </tr>
     155        <tr>
     156                <td> Indiana Openflow Network </a></td>
     157                <td>  </td>
     158                <td>   </td>
     159                <td>   </td>
     160                <td>   </td>
     161                <td> Internet2 </td>
     162                <td>  </td>
     163        </tr>
     164        <tr>
     165                <td> Rutgers Openflow Network </a></td>
     166                <td>  </td>
     167                <td>   </td>
     168                <td>   </td>
     169                <td>   </td>
     170                <td> Internet2 </td>
     171                <td>  </td>
     172        </tr>
     173        <tr>
     174                <td> <a href="http://groups.geni.net/geni/wiki/GeniAggregate/GpoLabOpenFlow">  GPO Lab Openflow Network </a></td>
     175                <td>  <a href="http://www.openflow.org/"> OpenFlow </a> testbed consisting of three OpenFlow-controlled switches (one each of HP, NEC, and Quanta) and an Expedient AM/OIM/FV stack. </td>
     176                <td> Computing resources provided by the GPO Lab myPLC and GPO Lab ProtoGENI aggregates  </td>
     177                <td>  Yes </td>
     178                <td>  No </td>
     179                <td> Internet2: IP and Layer 2, NLR: IP and Layer 2 </td>
     180                <td> OpenFlow tools (<a href="http://noxrepo.org/wp/">NOX</a> and <a href="http://yuba.stanford.edu/~jnaous/expedient/docs/index.html">Expedient</a>),  <a href="http://trac.gpolab.bbn.com/gcf/wiki/Omni">Omni</a> </td>
     181        </tr>
     182</table>
     183<p style="font-size:x-small;">GENI Aggregate Providers: Please report errors and omissions in the table above to <a href="mailto:vthomas@bbn.com"> Vic Thomas </a></p>
     184}}}
     185
     186==== 3.1.2 Wireless Testbeds ====
     187{{{
     188#!html
     189<table border="1">
     190          <tr>
     191                  <th><b>Aggregate</b></th>
     192                 <th><b>Description</b></th>
     193                 <th><b>Compute Resources</b></th>
     194                 <th><b>Programmable Network</b></th>
     195                 <th><b>Wireless</b></th>
     196                 <th><b>Network Connectivity</b></th>
     197                 <th><b>Experimenter Tools</b></th>
     198          <tr>
     199</tr>
    100200        <tr>
    101201                <td> <a href="http://groups.geni.net/geni/wiki/GeniAggregate/OrbitWirelessTestbed"> ORBIT Wireless Testbed </a></td>
     
    116216                <td>  </td>
    117217        </tr>
    118         <tr>
    119                 <td> <a href="http://groups.geni.net/geni/wiki/GeniAggregate/MillionNodeGeni"> Million Node GENI </a> </td>
    120                 <td>  Compute resources on thousands of platforms donated by individuals and institutions. Platforms may be mobile and/or behind firewalls and NATs.  </td>
    121                 <td>  Experimenter software, written in a subset of Python, runs in sandboxes on Million Node GENI platforms.  </td>
    122                 <td>  No </td>
    123                 <td>  Million Node GENI includes wireless platforms </td>
    124                 <td> Internet </td>
    125                 <td> <a href="http://www.protogeni.net">   ProtoGENI Tools</a>,  Million Node GENI Tools </td>
    126         </tr>
    127         <tr>
    128                 <td>ViSE </td>
    129                 <td> Virtualized access to three sensor nodes located in the Amherst, MA area. Sensor nodes include a Davis Pro Vantage Pro2 Weather Station, a Sony SNC-RZ50N Pan-Tilt-Zoom Camera, and a Raymarine RD424 Radome Radar Scanner.  </td>
    130                 <td> Linux virtual machines on sensor nodes  </td>
    131                 <td> No  </td>
    132                 <td> Testbed nodes use long distance 802.11b over directional antenna for communication </td>
    133                 <td> </td>
    134                 <td>  </td>
     218</table>
     219<p style="font-size:x-small;">GENI Aggregate Providers: Please report errors and omissions in the table above to <a href="mailto:vthomas@bbn.com"> Vic Thomas </a></p>
     220}}}
     221
     222==== 3.1.3 Specialized Aggregates ====
     223{{{
     224#!html
     225<table border="1">
     226          <tr>
     227                  <th><b>Aggregate</b></th>
     228                 <th><b>Description</b></th>
     229                 <th><b>Compute Resources</b></th>
     230                 <th><b>Programmable Network</b></th>
     231                 <th><b>Wireless</b></th>
     232                 <th><b>Network Connectivity</b></th>
     233                 <th><b>Experimenter Tools</b></th>
     234          <tr>
     235</tr>
     236        <tr>
     237                <td>Deter </a></td>
     238                <td>Testbed for security experiments consisting of about 200 co-located PCs that can be loaded with an experimenter specified OS image and connected in arbitrary topologies</td>
     239                <td>Complete PCs</td>
     240                <td>PCs can be set up as routers</td>
     241                <td>No</td>
     242                <td>I2? NLR? Internet</td>
     243                <td><a href="http://www.protogeni.net">   ProtoGENI Tools</a>, <a href="http://seer.deterlab.net/trac"> SEER </a></td>
    135244        </tr>
    136245        <tr>
     
    144253        </tr>
    145254        <tr>
    146                 <td>Supercharged PlanetLab  Platform (SPP) Nodes </a></td>
    147                 <td> Five high-performance PlanetLab nodes at Internet2 co-location sites.  Nodes incorporate high-performance server and network processor blades to support service delivery over high speed overlay networks.  </td>
    148                 <td>  Experimenters program the General-Purpose Processing Engines (GPEs) and Network Processor Blades (NPE) of the SPP nodes. </td>
    149                 <td>  Yes </td>
    150                 <td>  No </td>
    151                 <td> Internet2 </td>
    152                 <td>  </td>
    153         </tr>
    154         <tr>
    155                 <td> <a href="GeniAggregate/ProtoGeniBackBoneNodes"> ProtoGENI Backbone Nodes </a></td>
    156                 <td> Nodes at 5 Internet2 co-location sites.  The ProtoGENI backbone runs Ethernet on a 1Gbps Internet2 wave, and slices it with VLANs.  Researchers select the topology of VLANs on this infrastructure. </td>
     255                <td>ViSE </td>
     256                <td> Virtualized access to three sensor nodes located in the Amherst, MA area. Sensor nodes include a Davis Pro Vantage Pro2 Weather Station, a Sony SNC-RZ50N Pan-Tilt-Zoom Camera, and a Raymarine RD424 Radome Radar Scanner.  </td>
     257                <td> Linux virtual machines on sensor nodes  </td>
    157258                <td> No  </td>
    158                 <td>  Yes </td>
    159                 <td>  No </td>
    160                 <td> Internet2: Layer 2 and IP; Internet2 ION service (incl. many ProtoGENI sites); 1 Gbps to GpENI and Wisconsin ProtoGENI site, 10 GBps to Utah ProtoGENI site and Mid-Atlantic Crossroads; connected to SPP and ShadowNet nodes</td>
    161                 <td> <a href="http://www.protogeni.net">   ProtoGENI Tools</a> </td>
    162         </tr>
    163         <tr>
    164                 <td>BGP Mux </a></td>
    165                 <td> BGP-session multiplexer that provides stable, on-demand access to global BGP route feeds. Arbitrary and even transient client BGP connections can be provisioned and torn down on demand without affecting globally visible BGP sessions. </td>
    166                 <td> No  </td>
    167                 <td> Yes  </td>
    168                 <td>  No </td>
    169                 <td> Internet2 </td>
    170                 <td>  </td>
    171         </tr>
    172         <tr>
    173                 <td> Stanford OpenFlow Network </a></td>
    174                 <td>  </td>
    175                 <td>   </td>
    176                 <td>   </td>
    177                 <td>   </td>
    178                 <td> Internet2 </td>
    179                 <td>  </td>
    180         </tr>
    181         <tr>
    182                 <td> Indiana Openflow Network </a></td>
    183                 <td>  </td>
    184                 <td>   </td>
    185                 <td>   </td>
    186                 <td>   </td>
    187                 <td> Internet2 </td>
    188                 <td>  </td>
    189         </tr>
    190         <tr>
    191                 <td> Rutgers Openflow Network </a></td>
    192                 <td>  </td>
    193                 <td>   </td>
    194                 <td>   </td>
    195                 <td>   </td>
    196                 <td> Internet2 </td>
    197                 <td>  </td>
    198         </tr>
    199         <tr>
    200                 <td> <a href="http://groups.geni.net/geni/wiki/GeniAggregate/GpoLabOpenFlow">  GPO Lab Openflow Network </a></td>
    201                 <td>  <a href="http://www.openflow.org/"> OpenFlow </a> testbed consisting of three OpenFlow-controlled switches (one each of HP, NEC, and Quanta) and an Expedient AM/OIM/FV stack. </td>
    202                 <td> Computing resources provided by the GPO Lab myPLC and GPO Lab ProtoGENI aggregates  </td>
    203                 <td>  Yes </td>
    204                 <td>  No </td>
    205                 <td> Internet2: IP and Layer 2, NLR: IP and Layer 2 </td>
    206                 <td> OpenFlow tools (<a href="http://noxrepo.org/wp/">NOX</a> and <a href="http://yuba.stanford.edu/~jnaous/expedient/docs/index.html">Expedient</a>),  <a href="http://trac.gpolab.bbn.com/gcf/wiki/Omni">Omni</a> </td>
     259                <td> Testbed nodes use long distance 802.11b over directional antenna for communication </td>
     260                <td> </td>
     261                <td>  </td>
    207262        </tr>
    208263</table>