Changes between Version 1 and Version 2 of GEC10GpENITutorial


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  • GEC10GpENITutorial

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    1 === Tutorial: GpENI Configuration and Experimentation ===
     1=== Tutorial: GpENI Architecture, Deployment, Configuration, and Experimentation ===
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    33==== Organizers ====
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    5   [mailto:jpgs@ittc.ku.edu James P.G. Sterbenz], ''University of Kansas''[[br]]Deep Medhi, ''University of Missouri, Kansas City''[[br]] Byrav Ramamurthy, ''Unviersity of Nebraska, Lincoln''[[br]] Caterina Scoglio, ''Kansas State University''
     5  [mailto:jpgs@ittc.ku.edu James P.G. Sterbenz], Egemen K, Çetinkaya, Justin P. Rohrer, ''The University of Kansas''[[br]]Deep Medhi, Xuan Liu, ''University of Missouri – Kansas City''[[br]]Byrav Ramamurthy, Pragu Angu, ''University of Nebraska – Lincoln''[[br]]Caterina Scoglio, Ali Sydney, ''Kansas State University''
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    77==== Time ====
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    99  Thurs 9:00 - 10:30 am
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    1110==== Description ====
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    13   This tutorial will provide a comprehensive introduction to the GpENI
    14   architecture, infrastructure, configuration, and use by
    15   experimenters.  The tutorial will describe and demonstrate the use
    16   of the three sub-aggregates for Future Internet experiments:
    17   !PlanetLab, VINI, and DCN.
     12  This tutorial will provide a comprehensive introduction to GpENI:
     13  The Great Plains Environment for Network Innovation.  First, the
     14  architecture and programmability at all layers will be described,
     15  along with the network topology and current deployment status.  Then
     16  each of the subaggregates will be described and demonstrated:
     17  PlanetLab for layer 7 and 4 programmability, VINI and programmable
     18  routers for layer 3 programmability, and DCN for programmable layer
     19  2 programmability.  Slice creation and experiment generation will be
     20  demonstrated, and tutorial participants may have the opportunity for
     21  some hands-on use of GpENI.
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     23==== Prerequisites ====
     24  None
     25
     26==== Please arrive with... ==== 
     27  Laptop
     28
     29==== Pre-work ====
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     31  Browse the GpENI wiki http://www.gpeni.net and read “The Great
     32  Plains Environment for Network Innovation (GpENI): A Programmable
     33  Testbed for Future Internet Architecture Research”, James
     34  P.G. Sterbenz, et al., TridentCom 2010,
     35  http://www.ittc.ku.edu/resilinets/papers/Sterbenz-GpENI-2010.pdf
     36           
     37==== Results ====
     38
     39  After completing this tutorial, you will have an understanding of
     40  the architecture and deployment of the GpENI programmable Future
     41  Internet research testbed, how to create slices on the PlanetLab,
     42  VINI, and DCN subaggregates, and how to use GpENI for experiments.