Changes between Version 2 and Version 3 of GEC23Agenda/GENIOps


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06/11/15 12:28:25 (4 years ago)
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hdempsey@bbn.com
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  • GEC23Agenda/GENIOps

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    55Wednesday 4.00pm - 5.30pm
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    7 == Session Leader ==
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    13 <td> <a href="http://www.geni.net/?page_id=210"><img src="http://www.geni.net/wp-content/uploads/2009/02/dempsey.gif" height='120px'/></a></td>
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    16 <td  style="border:1px solid gray;">Heidi Picher Dempsey<br/>GENI Project Office</td>
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    237== Agenda / Details ==
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    259This session includes updates on current engineering and integration activities with GENI racks and resources at campuses, regional and national/international networks.  This is a working session for GENI operators, network engineers, and network management developers.
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    27 There will be a hands-on session for the GENI Ops Monitoring tools during this session.  Please make sure to register so we can create your account for the session in advance.
     11There will be a hands-on session for the GENI Ops Monitoring tools (description below) during this session.  Please make sure to request an account in advance from help at geni.net.
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     15GENIMonitoring: Exploring the System from the User Perspective
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     17The GENI resource monitoring system collects topology records about the way independently-owned GENI network, processing, and storage resources connect to form a research environment.  Using these relations, the GENI Monitoring system collector polls aggregates for metric data about resources contributed to GENI.
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     19While this monitoring system is largely operational in nature, it has the potential to assist GENI experimenters with some insightful information enabling the experimenter to view their GENI usage and monitor their respective activity.
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     21This hands-on session is structured with the operator in mind, with additional elements to intrigue the experimenter. Attendees will use their own monitoring accounts to participate & explore the following topics:
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     23- How to access the system
     24- Adding GENI email that is used to identify your slices & slivers
     25- Viewing slices, slivers and links associated with your GENI usage
     26-  Drilling down farther into specific utilization of nodes and links that are in use by your slices
     27- Identifying a mock issue and tracing it back to system status to determine the cause
     28- Rewinding in time
     29- Creating Reports
     30- Creating Alerts
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     32The session will end with an opportunity for attendees to give feedback on what features or enhancements they will find useful, and what might be added to the GENIMonitoring system.
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