Changes between Version 6 and Version 7 of GEC14Agenda/InstaGENIGEMINITutorial


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    2020== Session Leaders ==
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    22 InstaGENI/ProtoGENI:  Rob Ricci and Gary Wong (Univ of Utah)  [[BR]]
     22InstaGENI:  Rob Ricci and Gary Wong (Univ of Utah)  [[BR]]
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    2424GEMINI:  Zongming Fei and Hussam Nasir (Univ of Kentucky), and Guilherme Fernandes (Indiana Univ)  [[BR]]
     
    3131The [http://groups.geni.net/geni/wiki/GEMINI  GEMINI project] is developing an instrumentation and measurement framework, capable of supporting the needs of both GENI experimenters and GENI infrastructure operators. Currently, it includes functionality from two recent GENI projects: INSTOOLS and LAMP.  (LAMP is based on the perfSONAR system, modified for use in the GENI environment.) GEMINI will collect and manage both substrate metrics and active network measurements.   
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    33 The first part of this tutorial will be focus on gathering resources for an experiment from InstaGENI/protoGENI racks into a slice, and then conducting a basic experiment.  (If an InstaGENI rack is not available for use in this part of the tutorial, a ProtoGENI instance from a different cluster will be used.) [[BR]]
     33The first part of this tutorial will be focus on gathering resources for an experiment from an InstaGENI rack (including perhaps additional resources from the Utah ProtoGENI/Emulab aggregate) into a slice, and then conducting a basic experiment.  This will be done using the FLACK tool, and will include isntrumenting the slice using the INSTOOLS tool set. [[BR]]
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    35 The second part of this session will introduce the GEMINI instrumentation and measurement (I&M) tools, and then show how to instrument an experiment that is executed on an InstaGENI/ProtoGENI slice.  (At this time, running the current GEMINI code on an InstaGENI rack is not practical;  instead, this part of the tutorial will be run on a ProtoGENI instance at the Univ of Kentucky.) [[BR]]
     35The second part of this session will introduce the GEMINI instrumentation and measurement (I&M) tools, and then show how to instrument an experiment that is executed on an InstaGENI/ProtoGENI slice.  (At this time, running the current GEMINI code on an InstaGENI rack is not practical;  instead, this part of the tutorial will be run on a ProtoGENI/Emulab instance at the Univ of Kentucky.) [[BR]]
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    3737After successfully finishing the tutorial, attendees should be able to instrument their own InstaGENI/ProtoGENI-based experiments. (It is expected that InstaGENI racks will become available shortly after GEC14, and a port-mapping feature in the ProtoGENI software will soon be avaialble.  Then, the GEMINI software will be tested, and then be made available, for operation on InstaGENI racks.)  [[BR]]