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02/04/11 11:17:58 (8 years ago)
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  • GEC10SeattleTutorial

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     1=== Tutorial: How To Easily Enhance Your Research or Classroom With Thousands of Nodes ===
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     3==== Presenters ====
     4  [mailto:justinc@cs.washington.edu Justin Cappos], ''University of Washington, Seattle''
     5
     6==== Time ====
     7  Tues  2:30 - 4:00 pm
     8
     9==== Description ====
     10
     11  This tutorial will demonstrate how to use the Seattle testbed (also
     12  called Million Node GENI).  The Seattle testbed has about 4000
     13  machines online and includes many things not exposed by other
     14  testbeds, including mobility, NATs, phones, home nodes in China,
     15  etc.  We will demonstrate how Seattle has been effectively used in
     16  the classroom and research lab.
     17
     18  We will show (very rough plan):
     19
     20    * An overview of the Seattle Testbed (~ 30 minutes)[[br]]
     21    * Demonstrations of student code and experiments (~ 15 minutes)[[br]]
     22    * Open Questions / Discussion.  This give attendees information about Seattle's fit into their individual research project or classroom. (remainder)
     23
     24==== Prerequisites ====
     25  None
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     27
     28==== Please arrive with... ====
     29  Laptop
     30
     31
     32==== Pre-work ====
     33  None
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     35
     36==== Results ====
     37
     38  After completing this tutorial, you will be able to understand
     39  exactly how to use Seattle in the classroom and in research
     40  projects.
     41