Changes between Version 10 and Version 11 of GEC12InstMeasWorkingSession


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10/27/11 14:04:42 (8 years ago)
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hmussman@bbn.com
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  • GEC12InstMeasWorkingSession

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    3030Co-PI/Key:  Max Ott (NICTA);  Ilia Baldine (RENCI)  [[BR]]
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     32Goals:  [[BR]]
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    3234Starts with OML, and provides easy-to-use tools in GENI environment  [[BR]]
    3335
     
    5153Co-PI/Key:  Chris Small (Indiana U);  Eric Boyd (Internet2);  Jim Griffioen (U Kentucky);  Zongming Fei (U Kentucky) [[BR]]
    5254
     55Goals:  [[BR]]
     56
    5357Starts with INSTOOLS, and continues to provide easy-to-use tools in GENI environment  [[BR]]
    5458Consider:  how to gather customized data from application  [[BR]]
     
    7377First utilized interfaces:  protoGENI API for resources;  ns3 for topology;  ssh;  [[BR]]
    7478
    75 Continues local and global Lookup Services [[BR]]
    76 Need to map MDOD into metadata that is registered [[BR]]
     79Continues home and global Lookup Services [[BR]]
     80Create and map MDOD into metadata that is registered [[BR]]
    7781
    7882Continue to use perfSONAR clients to present data;  can these be integrated into portal? [[BR]]
    7983
    80 Consider how INSTOOLS and LAMP/perfSONAR tools might be shared   [[BR]]
     84Consider how INSTOOLS and LAMP/perfSONAR tools might be shared or merged   [[BR]]
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    8892Co-PI/Key:  Eric Boyd (Internet2);  Jason Zurawski (Internet 2);  Guilherme Fernandes (U Delaware);  Ezra Kissel (U Delaware) [[BR]]
    8993
     94Goals:  [[BR]]
     95
     96Provides operational home and global Lookup Services  [[BR]]
     97Creates and maps MDOD into metadata that is registered in Lookup Service  [[BR]]
     98
     99Expand authorization at interface where data is shared;  introduce use of GENI credentials  [[BR]]
     100
     101Continue to participate in the GENI I&M effort, particularly in defining the schema for the “measurement data object descriptor”, and mapping it to the perfSONAR metadata that is registered with the Lookup Service.  [[BR]]
     102
     103Provide LAMP images for creating “infrastructure measurement slices” in both protoGENI and ORCA environments.  [[BR]]
     104
     105Install and operate a perfSONAR Lookup Service, for use with “infrastructure measurement slices”.  [[BR]]
     106
     107Demonstrate and/or help others to demonstrate “infrastructure measurement slices” in both protoGENI and ORCA environments, with the data available at the perfSONAR MP is  registered with the operational Lookup Service.  [[BR]]
     108
     109Demonstrate using GENI credentials to authorize access to the data available at the perfSONAR MP.  [[BR]]
     110
     111Define a plan for using ABAC to replace simple credentials to authorize the access to the data available at a perfSONAR MP.  [[BR]]
     112
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    91114OnTimeMeasure  [[BR]]
     
    93116Co-PI: Paul Schopis (OARnet) [[BR]]
    94117
     118Goals:
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     120Continue to participate in the GENI I&M effort, particularly in defining the schema for the “measurement data object descriptor”. [[BR]]
     121
     122Work with the LAMP project to understand the LAMP/perfSONAR tools, and demonstrate using them to implement “infrastructure measurement slices” in today’s GENI backbone and access networks. [[BR]]
     123
     124Assuming LAMP/perfSONAR tools, develop a plan to evaluate the performance of today’s GENI IP backbone and access networks, using persistent or temporary “infrastructure measurement slices”, and utilizing existing perSONAR nodes in I2 and/or other networks. [[BR]]
     125
     126Define a procedure for  evaluating the performance of GENI’s backbone and access networks when carrying L2 VLANs;  start with the existing IP measurement tools including in the LAMP/perfSONAR tools, but consider tools that are specialized for evaluating the performance of L2 networks.  [[BR]]
     127
     128Define a procedure for evaluating the performance of GENI’s backbone and access networks when using OpenFlow (e.g., “Tango GENI”);  consider how to monitor the performance of OF networks, and introducing new specialized tools. [[BR]]
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    99133Co-PI/Key:  Chris Small (Indiana U); Scott Jensen (Indiana U) [[BR]]
    100134
     135Goals:
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     137Participate in the GENI I&M effort, particularly in defining the schema for the “measurement data object descriptor”, and uses of “descriptors” in tracking provenance. [[BR]]
     138
     139Work with the GENI  I&M community to define extensions to the “descriptor” that would locate and describe objects beyond “measurement data objects” associated with an experiment, such as scripts, images, etc. [[BR]]
     140
     141Modify your tools to create, gather and forward “descriptors”, that could locate and describe all objects associated with an experiment;  demonstrate how “descriptors” can be automatically created. [[BR]]
     142
     143
     144Work with the GENI  I&M community to define a modified “descriptor” that would provide a standardized GENI “resource event record”;  these records could describe events such as assignments, faults or errors. [[BR]]
     145
     146Add modules to your tools to create, gather and forward “resource event records”, that when logged could fully describe the sequence of an experiment. [[BR]]
     147 
     148Demonstrate forwarding  your “records” using pub/sub servers and to repositories provided by the IMF project. [[BR]]
     149
     150Demonstrate your tools, and support experimenters in using them.  [[BR]]
     151
     152Participate in the GENI I&M effort, in fitting your provenance tools into the  “experimenter’s portal”.  [[BR]]
     153
    101154
    102155IMF [[BR]]
     
    104157Co-PI/Key: George Rouskas (NCSU); Ilia Baldine (RENCI);  Keren Bergman (Columbia U) [[BR]]
    105158
     159Goals:  [[BR]]
     160
     161Participate in the GENI I&M effort, focusing on providing basic capabilities, and on extending the architecture to include a pub/sub mechanism.  [[BR]]
     162
     163Prototype and demonstrate a GENI I&M capability to manage I&M services/slivers within a slice using a “measurement orchestration service”;  use ORBIT Management Framework (OMF) software modules provided by NICTA, including the Experiment Controller (EC) and the Resource Controller (RC), that communicate using a pub/sub mechanism utilizing an XMPP server.  [[BR]]
     164
     165Define and prototype an authorization mechanism for your sliver management service;  consider message signing being proposed by NICTA.  [[BR]]
     166
     167Demonstrate your capability to manage a sliver.  [[BR]]
     168
     169Prototype and demonstrate a GENI I&M capability to transport event (or measurement) records;  include software modules that collect the records, communicate using a pub/sub mechanism utilizing an XMPP server, archive the records in a repository, search the records, and display the records.  [[BR]]
     170
     171Define and prototype an authorization mechanism for your event record transport service.   [[BR]]
     172
     173Demonstrate your capability by transporting and distributing standardized GENI “resource event records”, as defined by the NetKarma project;  these records could describe events such as assignments, faults or errors.  [[BR]]
     174
     175Prototype and operate a GENI I&M service to provide pub/sub services utilizing an XMPP server, for use by your sliver management and event record transport services.  [[BR]]
     176
     177Define and prototype a resource assignment mechanism (using the GENI AM API, if possible) for users (experimenters and operators) to define nodes within your GENI pub/sub service, as they establish modules that publish or subscribe.  [[BR]]
     178
     179Prototype and operate a data repository associated with your pub/sub service, that could subscribe to a node and archive all event messages.  [[BR]]
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    109183PI: Larry Lannom (CNRI) [[BR]]
    110184Co-PI/Key:  Giridhar Manepalli (CNRI);  Jim French (CNRI);  Christophe Blanchi (CNRI) [[BR]]
     185
     186Goals:  [[BR]]
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     188Continue to deploy a prototype Measurement Data Archive (MDA) service, and support integration with GENI I&M tools.  [[BR]]
     189
     190Participate in the GENI I&M effort, particularly in the MDA specification effort that includes defining metadata model for archived entities, defining access-control layer, and integrating control framework authorization scheme with the MDA.  [[BR]]
     191
     192Enforce metadata schema on archived objects, and enable access control rights as defined by the MDA specification.  [[BR]]
     193
     194Integrate GENI identity management and authorization scheme if feasible and applicable, resources permitting.  [[BR]]
     195
     196Evangelize and demonstrate how the MDA/DOR service can be used to archive published data.  [[BR]]
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    119205 
    120206=== 2.4 GEMINI Project Overviews ===
    121 9:05am
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    122208PI:  Martin Swany (Indiana U) [[BR]]
    123209Co-PI/Key:  Chris Small (Indiana U);  Eric Boyd (Internet2);  Jim Griffioen (U Kentucky);  Zongming Fei (U Kentucky) [[BR]]