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     3= Tutorial: Advanced GENI Topologies using Omni =
     5== Schedule ==
     7Wednesday, 1:00pm - 2:30pm
     9== Session Leaders ==
     11Niky Riga and Sarah Edwards, GENI Project Office
     13== Agenda / Details ==
     14The purpose of this tutorial is to discuss how you can design different topologies in GENI. We are going to use the  GENI multi-campus, layer 2 backbone network. For this tutorial we are going to use the [ Omni client] which is a command line tool for reserving resources across control frameworks.
     16The tutorial instructions can be found [wiki:GEC15Agenda/AdvancedGENITopoOmni/Tutorial TBA].
     18==== Prerequisites ====
     19A basic understanding of GENI concepts (will be covered in the [ TBA]). To attend this tutorial you should be familiar with the [ Omni client]. If you are not already familiar with this tool you should attend the [wiki:GEC15Agenda/IntroToOmni Intro to Omni Tutorial] that is given on Tuesday from 3-5pm. Although not a requirement, it is recommended that attendees are already familiar with [wiki:GeniAggregate/PlanetLab PlanetLab], [wiki:GeniAggregate/UtahProtoGeni ProtoGENI] and OpenFlow aggregates.
     21==== Please Arrive With: ====
     22Laptop with a recent version of [ Virtual Box]. If you are unable to bring one, you may partner with someone else.
     24==== Results ====
     25After 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.
     27Although 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 get a permanent account, please contact us at [].