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GIMI Tutorial Checklist for GEC20

Website infromation

Session Leader(s):

Mike Zink

Session Presenter(s):

Mike Zink
UMass Amherst
Divyashri Bhat
UMass Amherst


Sunday 10.30am - 3.00pm (with a break for lunch)


Attendees will learn on how to use the LabWiki tool to plan, prepare, and execute experiments in GENI testbeds. Attendees will learn these steps by creating a simple start topology in which the central node will implement an OF-based learning switch and the functionality of that switch will be verified through an experiment script. We will give an overview on the inner workings of LabWiki, OML/OMF, AMQP, and the GENI experiment service.

Registration Information

Maximum number of attendees: TODO - get size of room

Maximum number of hands-on (individuals or groups): 30


Responsible for instructions:

Review date:

June 13, 2014

Print due date:

June 20, 2014

Linked to tutorial page: DONE


What ExoGENI resources are needed?

8 * 30 XOMedium VMs

What InstaGENI resources are needed?


What WiMAX resources are needed?


When will slices be created and by whom?

Created by attendees during the tutorial.

Slice name pattern:

When will resources be reserved and by whom?

Reserved by attendees during the tutorial. Start with 5-node slices and then increase to 8-node slice

If reserved by attendees, when will image be transferred to racks?

When and how will slices be assigned to attendees?

N/A - created by attendees


What tools are required for the tutorial?

GENI Portal Flack? Labwiki

What tools are recommended for the tutorial?

How will attendees access these tools?

Their own laptop with Firefox or Chrome browser


Answer questions

Jeanne, Thierry?

Assign/reserve resources