Changes between Version 2 and Version 3 of GEC15Agenda/ExoGENITutorial


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10/22/12 22:44:33 (7 years ago)
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Ilia Baldine
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    1414== Abstract ==
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    16 The [http://www.exogeni.net ExoGENI testbed] is part of the GENI federation and is under active deployment and development. The control software for ExoGENI is a special deployment of [https://geni-orca.renci.org ORCA] software, originally developed at Duke University by Jeff Chase and later adapted for GENI jointly by RENCI and Duke. As part of the GENI federation, ExoGENI accepts GENI user credentials and allows experimenters the use of GENI AM API-based tools like [wiki:GEC15Agenda/IntroToOmni Omni]. This tutorial is targeted at highlighting some of the unique features of ExoGENI. At the end of the tutorial, attendees are expected to understand the basics of creating various slice topologies on ExoGENI within and between individual sites/racks, as well as interfacing with GENI Mesoscale OpenFlow deployment on NLR.
     16The [http://www.exogeni.net ExoGENI testbed] is part of the GENI federation and is under active deployment and development. The control software for ExoGENI is a special deployment of [https://geni-orca.renci.org ORCA] software, originally developed at Duke University by Jeff Chase and later adapted for GENI jointly by RENCI and Duke. As part of the GENI federation, ExoGENI accepts GENI user credentials and allows experimenters the use of GENI AM API-based tools like [wiki:GEC15Agenda/IntroToOmni Omni]. This tutorial is targeted at highlighting some of the unique features and tools of ExoGENI. At the end of the tutorial, attendees are expected to understand the basics of using ExoGENI tools for creating various slice topologies on ExoGENI within and between individual sites/racks, as well as interfacing with GENI Mesoscale OpenFlow deployment on NLR.
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    1818== Preparation ==