Changes between Version 4 and Version 5 of GEC14Agenda/OMFTutorial


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    1717OMF was originally developed for the ORBIT wireless testbed at WINLAB, Rutgers University. Since 2008, OMF has been extended and maintained by NICTA (Australia) in collaboration with WINLAB.  [[BR]]
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     19OMF is being used to manage GENI WiMAX wireless testbeds.  It is also used to manage instrumentation and measurement (I&M) services installed by the GIMI I&M tool set.  [[BR]]
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    1921[http://omf.mytestbed.net/projects/omf/wiki/An_Introduction_to_OMF  Introduction to OMF]  [[BR]]
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    21 From an experimenter's perspective OMF provides:[[BR]]
     23From an experimenter's perspective, OMF provides:[[BR]]
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    2325 a domain-specific language, named OEDL, which allows the user to:
     
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    2830 a set of software tools, which:[[BR]]
    29    accept as an input the previously described experiment
     31   accept as an input a previously described experiment
    3032   initialise and configure the needed resources with the required configuration and applications
    3133   send commands to the resources to effectively execute the described experiment tasks at the appropriate time/events
     
    3335   access and analyse the resulting experimental data
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     37This hands-on tutorial will give participants the opportunity to use OMF to setup and manage experiments.  (in what environment/platform?)  [[BR]]
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     39This tutorial is strongly recommended for those who are not familiar with OMF, and who are going to participate in the [http://groups.geni.net/geni/wiki/GEC14Agenda/WiMAXTutorial  WiMAX tutorial] and/or the [http://groups.geni.net/geni/wiki/GEC14Agenda/ExoGENIGIMITutorial  ExoGENI/GIMI tuorial].  [[BR]]
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     41Limit:  15x2 = 30 active participants, plus up to ? auditors.  [[BR]] 
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    3843Active participants will need a laptop equipped with an SSH client (such as [http://www.chiark.greenend.org.uk/~sgtatham/putty/ Putty]  for Windows) and a web browser.
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