Changes between Version 25 and Version 26 of GEC11PosterDescriptions


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  • GEC11PosterDescriptions

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    371371Giridhar Manepalli, CNRI [[br]]
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    373 '''Abstract'''
    374 Our poster describes the !OnTimeMeasure measurement service integration with two GENI Experiments viz., “Resource allocation in virtual desktop clouds” led by The Ohio State University, and “Emulating cloud dynamics for performance sensitive applications” led by Purdue University. Based on these two experiment integration case studies, a general framework for “new metric” integration in !OnTimeMeasure that is relevant for any GENI Experiment is presented. Lastly, the poster describes the use cases and features for archiving experiment slice measurement datasets along with meta-data collected by !OnTimeMeasure into the GENI Measurement Data Archive being developed/hosted by “Digital Object Registry” led by CNRI.
     373'''Abstract''' [[br]]
     374    Our poster describes the !OnTimeMeasure measurement service integration with two GENI Experiments viz., “Resource allocation in virtual desktop clouds” led by The Ohio State University, and “Emulating cloud dynamics for performance sensitive applications” led by Purdue University. Based on these two experiment integration case studies, a general framework for “new metric” integration in !OnTimeMeasure that is relevant for any GENI Experiment is presented. Lastly, the poster describes the use cases and features for archiving experiment slice measurement datasets along with meta-data collected by !OnTimeMeasure into the GENI Measurement Data Archive being developed/hosted by “Digital Object Registry” led by CNRI.
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    376376GENI Project: [[br]]
    377377    [wiki:OnTimeMeasure]
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     379
     380== Using OMF/OML for WiMAX Experiments (WIMXBBN) ==
     381
     382Abhimanyu Gosain, Raytheon BBN Technologies [[br]]
     383Harry Mussman, Raytheon BBN Technologies [[br]]
     384Hamed Soroush, Raytheon BBN Technologies [[br]]
     385
     386'''Abstract'''
     387    This poster presents work on integration of the WiMAX base station and clients with the Orbit Management Framework (OMF) and the Orbit Measurement Library (OML). We present results from network experiments instrumented and conducted using tools provided by OMF.
     388
     389GENI Project: [[br]]
     390   [wiki:WIMXBBN]
     391
     392More Information: [[br]]
     393   http://wimax.orbit-lab.org/
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     395
     396== GENI Monitoring Slice: Enabling Network Visibility in the GENI !OpenFlow Core Network (LAMP) ==
     397
     398Ali Sydney, Raytheon BBN Technologies [[br]]
     399
     400'''Abstract'''
     401
     402One fundamental requirement of any research or production network architecture is visibility: the ability to observe the performance of a network over time. This fact becomes even more evident when abnormalities in a network become prevalent. These can include classic broadcast storms from an operator's perspective or irresponsiveness of nodes within a slice from an experimenter's point of view.  To date, a plethora of network tools including iperf, nuttcap, ping, Ganglia, and Nagios are available to provide much needed insights into a network's performance.  However, these tools are tailored for "barebone" network components. In GENI, users are provided "slices" which will contain some subset of virtualized, programmable computing resources. For this reason, there exist an emerging class of "visibility" tools dedicated towards monitoring, within a slice context.  Among other tools, we use LAMP, adapted from perfSONAR, to manage and visualize I&M services and data. In particular, we create a reference slice which spans the GENI !OpenFlow backbone to provide experimenters a somewhat "ideal" view of the network's health. Among other uses, we envision that in such cases as network connectivity irregularities within a user's slice, they can quickly refer to the reference slice as a troubleshooting guide.
     403
     404GENI Project: [[br]]
     405    [wiki:LAMP], [wiki:OFBBN], [wiki:ProtoGENI], and [wiki:PlanetLab]
     406
     407More Information: [[br]]
     408    http://groups.geni.net/geni/wiki/LAMP/Tutorial [[br]]
     409    http://psps.perfsonar.net/
     410   
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