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    99== Session Leaders ==
    11 Niky Riga, GENI Project Office
     11Niky Riga, Sarah Edwards GENI Project Office
    1313== Agenda / Details ==
     14The purpose of this tutorial is to discuss in detail the life-cycle of  a GENI experiment, and provide how to hands-on experience about how to design and conduct experiments that span multiple aggregates. For this tutorial we are going to use the  GENI multi-campus, backbone (layer 2) network and discuss how you can choose different topologies. We are going to use both a graphical tool (Flack) and a  command line tool (Onni( for reserving resources. In this tutorial, we are going to use the Omni client which is a command line tool for reserving resources across control frameworks.
     16==== Prerequisites ====
     17A basic understanding of GENI concepts (will be covered in the [ Intro To GENI tutorial]). Although not a requirement, it is recommended that attendees are already familiar with Planetlab, ProtoGENI and OpenFlow aggregates.
     19==== Please Arrive With: ====
     20Laptop with recent version of [ Virtual Box]. If you are unable to bring one you may partner with someone else.
     22==== Results ====
     23After completing this tutorial, you will have a working GENI slice that will include resources from different aggregates and you will know how to design and deploy a multi-aggregate experiment in GENI.
     25Although your account is temporary, it is a real GENI account that you can use to run experiments in GENI until it's deactivated. If you would like to experiment on GENI after that, please contact as at [] to get a permanent account.