Changes between Version 1 and Version 2 of GEC11GENIusingFlack


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06/22/11 22:02:31 (11 years ago)
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  • GEC11GENIusingFlack

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    99  Tues  1:00 - 3:00 pm
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    11 ==== Description ====
    12    This hands-on tutorial will illustrate illustrate the GENI experimenter workflow using Flack, a graphical experiment control tool.  Attendees will create and run a relatively simple experiment using geographically distributed resource.  Topics to be covered include creating a GENI slice, discovering resources, reading resource specifications (RSpecs), adding resources to a slice, deploying experiment software, instrumenting the experiment and finally, terminating an experiment.
     11=== Description ===
     12This hands-on tutorial will illustrate the GENI experimenter workflow using Flack, a graphical experiment control tool. Attendees will create and run a simple experiment using geographically distributed resources from multiple GENI aggregates. Topics to be covered include creating a GENI slice, discovering resources, adding resources to a slice, deploying experiment software, and instrumenting the experiment.
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     14=== Prerequisites ===
     15A basic understanding of GENI concepts (will be covered in the Newcomers' Session)
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     17=== Please Arrive With: ===
     18Laptop with recent version of Adobe Flash. If you are unable to bring one, you may partner with someone else.
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     21=== Pre-Work ===
     22'''Note''' - Please complete this step in advance, as doing it on the day of
     23the tutorial will take up a lot of time.
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     25Apply to "Start A New Project" at this page:
     26   https://www.emulab.net/newproject.php3
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     28If multiple people from the same group are attending this tutorial, one
     29(preferably a faculty member, PI, etc.) can start the project, and
     30others can join it, using a link that the project leader will receive
     31when the project is approved.
     32
     33=== Results ===
     34After completing this tutorial, you will be able to create a slice on
     35multiple GENI aggregates and install tools to instrument the behavior of
     36that slice. The account that you create for the tutorial is a real GENI
     37account, and you will be able to use it to run experiments