Changes between Version 19 and Version 20 of GEC24Agenda/EveningDemoSession


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     72<div class="alignleft" style="width:100%;height:5;border-top:10px solid #FF7200;"></div>
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     74=== Tools and Services ===
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    6981==== Steroid OpenFlow Service ====
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    103 
    104 ==== Reproducing Networking Research on GENI ====
    105 
    106 Students in a network design and analysis course at NYU are giving reproducible research a try (in a similar vein as CS244 at Stanford: http://web.stanford.edu/class/cs244/pa3.html). As part of this course, students implement and execute an experiment on GENI to attempt to reproduce classic and recent published results. Subjects include: active queue management, buffer sizing in routers, TCP, network traffic models, datacenter networks, queuing and congestion control under DoS attacks, application layer protocols, and wireless. Students write up their work in sufficient detail for others to reproduce their reproduction on GENI, and may choose to post it on a public course blog so that other students and researchers can reuse and extend their work.
    107 
    108 This poster and demo will be of interest both to educators (who may want to try something similar in their own courses) and researchers (who may want to build on some of these reproducible experiments) as well as GENI developers (who will be interested in how well GENI is performing as a platform for reproducible research.)
    109 
    110 Participants:
    111 
    112   * Fraida Fund,ffund@nyu.edu, NYU
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    115 {{{
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    120 ==== Virtual Computer Networks Lab ====
    121 
    122 '' This demo shows assignments that are designed for the use of GENI testbeds in the classroom. ''
    123 
    124 This is a demo for Virtual Computer Networks Lab project. We will present a tool for automation of large-scale experiments using geni-lib.
    125 
    126 Participants:
    127   * Mike Zink, zink@cs.umass.edu, University of Massachusetts
    128   * Divyashri Bhat,dbhat@cs.umass.edu, University of Massachusetts
    129 
    130 {{{
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    132 <h1 style="text-align: center; color: #FF7500">
    133 <div class="alignleft" style="width:100%;height:2;border-top:2px solid #FF7500;"></div>
    134 }}}
    135 
    136 ==== Teaching using GENI and iPython notebooks ====
    137 
    138 ''  Exhaustive demonstration of the full features provided by VTS across the GENI testbed. ''
    139 
    140 We will show a self-contained VM environment for interacting with GENI using geni-lib completely within a browser interface, with a local Jupyter (iPython) notebook host, and browser-based terminal.
    141 
    142 Notebooks can be saved as teaching references, and replayed by any user in their own environment to reproduce a complete session (reserving resources, inspecting them, etc.). Example notebooks will be shown for basic networking labs using VTS, with topology visualization.
    143 
    144 Participants:
    145  * Nick Bastin, nick.bastin@gmail.com,  Barnstormer Softworks
    146 
    147 {{{
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    149 <h1 style="text-align: center; color: #FF7500">
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    187 <div class="alignleft" style="width:100%;height:2;border-top:2px solid #FF7500;"></div>
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     148<div class="alignleft" style="width:100%;height:2;border-top:2px solid #FF7200;"></div>
    188149}}}
    189150==== Dynamic Sharing of GENI AM Resources ====
     
    200161{{{
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    202 <h1 style="text-align: center; color: #808080">
    203 <div class="alignleft" style="width:100%;height:5;border-top:10px solid #808080;"></div>
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     163<h1 style="text-align: center; color: #FF7200">
     164<div class="alignleft" style="width:100%;height:5;border-top:10px solid #FF7200;"></div>
     165}}}
     166
     167
     168==== Reproducing Networking Research on GENI ====
     169
     170Students in a network design and analysis course at NYU are giving reproducible research a try (in a similar vein as CS244 at Stanford: http://web.stanford.edu/class/cs244/pa3.html). As part of this course, students implement and execute an experiment on GENI to attempt to reproduce classic and recent published results. Subjects include: active queue management, buffer sizing in routers, TCP, network traffic models, datacenter networks, queuing and congestion control under DoS attacks, application layer protocols, and wireless. Students write up their work in sufficient detail for others to reproduce their reproduction on GENI, and may choose to post it on a public course blog so that other students and researchers can reuse and extend their work.
     171
     172This poster and demo will be of interest both to educators (who may want to try something similar in their own courses) and researchers (who may want to build on some of these reproducible experiments) as well as GENI developers (who will be interested in how well GENI is performing as a platform for reproducible research.)
     173
     174Participants:
     175
     176  * Fraida Fund,ffund@nyu.edu, NYU
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     178
     179{{{
     180#!html
     181<h1 style="text-align: center; color: #FF7500">
     182<div class="alignleft" style="width:100%;height:2;border-top:2px solid #FF7500;"></div>
     183}}}
     184==== Virtual Computer Networks Lab ====
     185
     186'' This demo shows assignments that are designed for the use of GENI testbeds in the classroom. ''
     187
     188This is a demo for Virtual Computer Networks Lab project. We will present a tool for automation of large-scale experiments using geni-lib.
     189
     190Participants:
     191  * Mike Zink, zink@cs.umass.edu, University of Massachusetts
     192  * Divyashri Bhat,dbhat@cs.umass.edu, University of Massachusetts
     193
     194{{{
     195#!html
     196<h1 style="text-align: center; color: #FF7500">
     197<div class="alignleft" style="width:100%;height:2;border-top:2px solid #FF7500;"></div>
     198}}}
     199
     200==== Teaching using GENI and iPython notebooks ====
     201
     202''  Exhaustive demonstration of the full features provided by VTS across the GENI testbed. ''
     203
     204We will show a self-contained VM environment for interacting with GENI using geni-lib completely within a browser interface, with a local Jupyter (iPython) notebook host, and browser-based terminal.
     205
     206Notebooks can be saved as teaching references, and replayed by any user in their own environment to reproduce a complete session (reserving resources, inspecting them, etc.). Example notebooks will be shown for basic networking labs using VTS, with topology visualization.
     207
     208Participants:
     209 * Nick Bastin, nick.bastin@gmail.com,  Barnstormer Softworks
     210
     211{{{
     212#!html
     213<h1 style="text-align: center; color: #FF7500">
     214<div class="alignleft" style="width:100%;height:2;border-top:2px solid #FF7500;"></div>
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