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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:


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