Changes between Version 2 and Version 3 of GEC10OnTimeMeasureTutorial


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02/04/11 11:57:47 (8 years ago)
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    1313  measurement service to monitor their experiment environment, as well
    1414  as collect and analyze on-going and on-demand measurements of
    15   network and system performance with their experiment slices.
     15  network and system performance with their experiment slices.
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    1718  A list of topics that will be covered in the tutorial are:
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    19     * Use cases of experimenters that motivate the existing !OnTimeMeasure capabilities in GENI [[br]]
    20     * Terminology and functions of software bundles: Node Beacon, Root Beacon, !OnTime Beacon, !OnTime Control [[br]]
    21     * Taking advantage of integration with GENI projects: !OnTimeMeasure-ProtoGENI, !OnTimeMeasure-!PlanetLab, !OnTimeMeasure-CRON, !OnTimeMeasure-!InsTools, !OnTimeMeasure-GUSH [[br]]
    22     * Attendees can practice installation and configuration in ProtoGENI and/or !PlanetLab; if attendee already has an existing ProtoGENI/PlanetLab slice with atleast 2 nodes, a working version of !OnTimeMeasure can be setup by the end of the tutorial [[br]]
    23     * Example Experiment Demo: Demonstration of a GENI experiment requesting/managing/querying measurements through !OnTimeMeasure to address a network science and engineering research issue (e.g., resource allocation in a virtual desktop cloud)  [[br]]
     20  * Use cases of experimenters that motivate the existing !OnTimeMeasure capabilities in GENI [[br]]
     21  * Terminology and functions of software bundles: Node Beacon, Root Beacon, !!OnTime Beacon, !OnTime Control [[br]]
     22  * Taking advantage of integration with GENI projects: !OnTimeMeasure-ProtoGENI, !OnTimeMeasure-!PlanetLab, !OnTimeMeasure-CRON, !OnTimeMeasure-!InsTools, !OnTimeMeasure-GUSH [[br]]
     23  * Example Experiment Demo: Demonstration of a GENI experiment requesting/managing/querying measurements through !OnTimeMeasure to address a network science and engineering research issue (e.g., resource allocation in a virtual desktop cloud) [[br]]
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     25==== Prerequisites ====
     26  It is desirable for the attendee to have familiarity with the steps to create a slice in ProtoGENI/Planetlab
     27
     28==== Please arrive with... ====
     29  Laptop
     30
     31==== Pre-work ====
     32  If attendee has an active slice in ProtoGENI/!PlanetLab with atleast 2 nodes before the start of the tutorial, it can speed-up the setup of !OnTimeMeasure in the tutorial
     33
     34==== Results ====
     35  After completing this tutorial, you will be able to have a working !OnTimeMeasure measurement service in your experiment slice, and will have the training to adapt it within your experiment