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I&M and Monitoring


Monday, 1:30-3:00 pm

Session Leaders

Jeanne Ohren, Chaos Golubitsky, Sarah Edwards, GPO

Session Description

The I&M and operational monitoring communities are actively developing tools and collecting data which are of use to experimenters and operators in GENI. This session will discuss the current state of the tools and data used by each of these communities with the goal of allowing and encouraging each to leverage the work done by the other.

In the first part of the session, representatives of operational monitoring, GIMI, and GEMINI will describe their projects with an emphasis on the current state of tools and data which might be of interest to other projects. In particular, GMOC will demo the current state of operational monitoring tools and each of the Spiral 4 I&M projects will discuss their current status.

In the second part of the session, we will discuss what tools and techniques each community has which could be leveraged by the other community. In particular, Jeanne Ohren will set the stage for the discussion by describing examples of tools and data that are strengths of each community and posing questions for discussion.


  • Introduction
    • Sarah Edwards, GPO
  • Examples of existing I&M and Monitoring Tools and Data
    • GMOC Monitoring Demonstration
      • Kevin Bohan, GMOC
    • Client Authentication & Authorization for GENI XMPP Messaging Service
      • Anirban Mandal, RENCI
    • Active Network Monitoring with GEMINI
      • Martin Swany, Indiana University
    • Measurements on Layer 2 and OpenFlow Paths
      • Prasad Calyam, OSC
  • What tools and data can we share?
    • Bringing It All Together
      • Jeanne Ohren, GPO
    • Discussion
      • All

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