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     3<h1 style="text-align: center; color: blue">GENI Engineering Conference 8</h1>
     4<h2 style="text-align: center; color: blue">July 20, 2010  UCSD, San Diego, CA</h2>
     7[[PageOutline(2, Table of Contents)]]
     9'''Live demonstrations, posters, and presentations at GEC8 highlighted results from spiral 2 projects. See project descriptions, posters and presentations here. '''
     11Please enter your project demonstration information here.
     15== [wiki:DigitalObjectRegistry Digital Object Registry (DIGOBREG)] ==
     17[[ThumbImage(cnri.png, nolink)]] 
     19[[ThumbImage(video-digobreg.png, nolink)]]
     21[ Click here to view DIGOBREG's video]
     23[ Click here to see DIGOBREG's poster]
     27''Demo Participants'': Larry Lannom, PI, Giridhar Manepalli [[BR]]
     28Corporation for National Research Initiatives (CNRI) demonstrated the functionality of the proposed GENI Federated Clearinghouse (GFC), which is implemented using the DIGOBREG technology. A prototype of GFC was demonstrated in Spiral 1 that aggregated information from the ProtoGENI clearinghouse, but the automatic federation from ProtoGENI clearinghouse was missing. That is, information from ProtoGENI was not updated on a regular basis in the prototype. The demonstration at GEC7 included automatic federation capability. Additional capabilities such as how end users can search on RSpec elements to discover resources was demonstrated. CNRI also demonstrated a security model that provides "freedom from the CRLs". This security model is implemented using the PKI capability embedded in the Handle System. [[BR]]
     34== [wiki:DOME Diverse Outdoor Mobile Environment (DOME)] ==
     36[[ThumbImage(video-dome.png, nolink)]] [[BR]]
     37[ Click here to view DOME's video]
     39''Demo Participant'': Thijs de Vries [[BR]]
     40The UMass DOME demonstrated their mobile testbed, which allows researchers to run experiments on computers installed on buses that each have a !WiFi card, 900MHz radio, 3G modem and GPS installed on them. DOME ran an experiment which allowed these computers to connect to open wireless access points and record their GPS coordinates. In addition,  the experiment used XTend 900MHz radios to forward GPS coordinates to other buses when a bus was not within range of a wireless access point.
     42== [wiki:DavisSocialLinks(DSL) Davis Social Links (DSL)] ==
     44[[Image(photo-dsl.jpg,nolink)]] [[BR]]
     46''Demo Participant'': S. Felix Wu, Project PI, Thomas Tran, Haifeng Zhao [[BR]]
     47DSL demonstrated applications developed using the Davis Social Links framework. Applications and the DSL framework itself will run on protoGENI nodes.
     49== [wiki:"Embedded Real-Time Measurements" Embedded Real-Time Meas (ERM)] ==
     51''Demo Participants'': Caroline Lai, Michael Wang [[BR]]
     52In collaboration with the other teams involved in IMF, the ERM team outlined their project's progress as well as demonstrated their current measurement capabilities, specifically taking optical power measurements from the Polatis fiber switches on ORCA-BEN.
     55== GCii ==
     57[[ThumbImage(video-gcii.png, nolink)]] [[BR]]
     58[ Click here to view GCii's video]
     61''Demo Participant'':Chris Heerman, PI [[BR]]
     62CGii, which is a project in the ORCA environment, demonstrated a distributed network management capability in a shared environment between universities that can ensure the operational success of experimenting at-scale using GENI enabled infrastructure for robust, comprehensive and distributed substrate monitoring and management. The demo focused on how to stop a slice in a coordinated and efficient fashion. It included a researcher, university and a network provider collaborating together.
     65== [ GENICloud] ==
     67[[ThumbImage(genicloud.png, nolink)]] [[BR]]
     69[[ThumbImage(video-genicloud.png, nolink)]] [[BR]]
     70[ Click here to view GENICloud's video]
     72[ Click here to see GENICloud's poster]
     74''Demo Participants'': Rick Mcgeer, PI, Marco Yuen, Andy Bavier [[BR]]
     75GENICloud demonstrated the ability to deploy virtual machines on a Eucalyptus cluster using the SFA. This is the first step toward federating Eucalyptus clouds with GENI.
     79== [ GENI Meta-Ops (GMOC)] ==
     81[[ThumbImage(gmoc.png, nolink)]] [[BR]]
     83[[ThumbImage(video-gmoc.png, nolink)]] [[BR]]
     84[ Click here to view GMOC's video]
     87''Demo Participants'': Jon-Paul Herron, PI, Luke Fowler, Camilo Viecco[[BR]]
     88GMOC demonstrated its GENI visualization and Emergency Stop prototypes for the GENI Meta-Operations Center.
     90== [ GpENI] ==
     92[[ThumbImage(gpeni.png, nolink)]] [[BR]]
     94[[ThumbImage(video-gpeni.png, nolink)]] [[BR]]
     95[ Click here to view GpENI's video]
     97''Demo Participants'': James Sterbenz, PI, Ali Sydney, Ramkumar Cherukuri [[BR]]
     98GpENI demonstrated the addition of nodes to the GpENI overlay demo and the integration of MyVINI and MyPLC controllers interface.
     101== [wiki:GushProto GUSH] ==
     103[[ThumbImage(gush.jpg, nolink)]] [[BR]]
     105[[ThumbImage(video-gush.png, nolink)]] [[BR]]
     106[ Click here to view GUSH's video]
     109''Demo Participant'': Jeannie Albrecht, PI  [[BR]]   
     110Gush is a slice controller for the !PlanetLab control framework. Using a high-level description of an experiment (described in XML), Gush handles all aspects of experiment management, including resource discovery, software installation, process execution, and failure recovery. Gush demonstrated the Gush command line interface running simple experiments on !PlanetLab highlighting the latest features, including integration with Raven.  [[BR]]
     114== [wiki:IGENI iGENI] ==
     116[[ThumbImage(igeni.png, nolink)]]   [[BR]]
     118[[Image(photo-igeni.JPG, nolink)]] [[BR]]
     120[ Click here to see iGENI's poster] [[BR]]
     121[ Click here to see iGENI's status update slide]
     124''Demo Participants'': Joe Mambretti, PI, Jim Chen [[BR]]
     125The iGENI demonstration at GEC7 presented the capabilities of flexible, programmable networks, including dynamic path provisioning among multiple sites and distances. The demonstration showcased eight scenarios using a) static paths and programmable edge devices and b) programmable dynamic paths using static edge devices. Scenarios include high performance protocol demonstrations at multiple distances, including one at 7,000 miles, enabling researchers to dynamically adjust experimental testbeds for various distances among sites.
     128== [wiki:InstrumentationTools Instrumentation Tools (INSTOOLS)] ==
     130[[ThumbImage(instools.jpg, nolink)]] [[BR]]
     132[[ThumbImage(video-instools.png, nolink)]] [[BR]]
     133[ Click here to view INSTOOLS' video]
     136''Demo Participants'': Jim Griffioen, PI [[BR]]
     137INSTOOLS demonstrated its instrumentation and measurement system running in the ProtoGENI environment. The demonstration included the system's ability to automatically deploy and initialize measurement infrastructure for a slice.  Live demonstrations of the web interface used to monitor network performance within a slice were also shown.
     140== [wiki:IMF Integrated Measurement Framework (IMF)] ==
     143''Demo Participants'':Ilia Baldine, Karen Bergman, Rudra Pratap, PI, Michael Wang [[BR]]
     144The IMF, ERM and LEARN projects, in collaboration with ORCA-BEN, demonstrated the Measurement Handler software and the initial IMF framework software utilizing Measurement Handler software on the BEN substrate by retrieving and publishing physical layer measurements from BEN Infinera DTN optical ROADMs and Polatis optical switches.
     149== [wiki:K-GENI K-GENI] ==
     151[[ThumbImage(video-kgeni.png, nolink)]] [[BR]]
     152[ Click here to view K-GENI's video]
     154[ Click here to view K-GENI's poster] [[BR]]
     155[ Click here to see K-GENI's presentation]
     159''Demo Participants'': Myung-Ki Shin, PI, Dongkyun Kim[[BR]]
     160K-GENI demonstrated the high performance Future Internet Virtualized Programmable Platform based on Network Processors. It includes the ProtoGENI compatible Control Framework and the functions of dynamic resource management, dynamic topology management and program download.
     163== [wiki:KanseiSensorNet KanseiSensorNet] ==
     166[[ThumbImage(Kansei.jpg, nolink)]] [[BR]]
     168''Demo Participants'': Wenjie Zeng [[BR]]
     170The !KanseiSensorNet team demonstrated its capability of data plane stitching, in addition to its demonstrated control plane stitching capability, on two federated sensor network testbeds, the Kansei testbed located the Ohio State University and the NetEye testbed located at the Wayne State University. Near real-time round-trip delay between the two sites was be measured, collected, and visualized.
     171== [wiki:LEARN LEARN] ==
     173''Demo Participants'': Deniz Gurkan, P.I. [[BR]]
     174LEARN project in collaboration with ORCA-BEN and IMF demonstrated the measurement handler software retrieving measurements from Infinera DTN optical ROADMs on the BEN network. LEARN in collaboration with ORCA-BEN demonstrated that an isolated ORCA instance has been created in Dr. Gurkan's lab, moving towards later integration with LEARN.
     177== [ MAX] ==
     179[[Image(max.png, nolink)]]   [[BR]]
     181[[ThumbImage(video-max.png, nolink)]] [[BR]]
     182[ Click here to view MAX's video]
     184[ Click here to see MAX's poster1]
     185[ Click here to see MAX's poster2]
     189''Demo Participant'': Tom Lehman [[BR]]
     190In this demonstration MAX provided an update on the status and capabilities of the Mid-Atlantic Crossroads GENI Facility. This included a demonstration of the MAX Aggregate Manager to provide access to the substrate resources which include !PlanetLab nodes and NetFPGA hosts. In addition, MAX provided an update on their ongoing work to enable interconnects and access from external organizations and facilities via integration with the global dynamic circuit network.
     193== [wiki:MillionNodeGENI Million Node GENI (MILNGENI)] ==
     195[[ThumbImage(million_node_geni.jpg, nolink)]] [[BR]]
     197[[ThumbImage(video-seattle.png, nolink)]] [[BR]]
     198[ Click here to view MILNGENI's video]
     200''Demo Participant'': Justin Cappos, PI [[BR]]
     201MILNGENI represents a software component that anyone can install to participate in GENI. The Million Node GENI project will demonstrate resource utilization on end user machines including home machines behind NATs. Their  demonstration showed the software running on a Nokia mobile device. Automated and manual tools for controlling experiments will be demonstrated.
     204== [wiki:netKarma NetKarma] ==
     206[ Click here to see NetKarma's poster]
     209''Demo Participants'': Chris Small PI, Jeannie Albrecht (GUSH PI) [[BR]]
     210!NetKarma demonstrated the generation of a Open Provenance Model graph from an experimenter using GUSH.
     214== [wiki:OnTimeMeasure On Time Measurement] ==
     217[ Click here to see OnTimeMeasure's poster]
     220''Demo Participants'': Prasad Calyam, PI [[BR]]
     221The !OnTimeMeasure GENI team demonstrated basic functionality of a measurement service for user experiments on the geographically distributed ProtoGENI aggregate. The demo featured a web-portal for submitting measurement requests, controlling the measurement service, and querying measurement data within a ProtoGENI slice. [[BR]]
     225== [ OpenFlow Clemson (OFCLEM)] ==
     227[[ThumbImage(video-ofclem.png)]] [[BR]]
     228[ Click here to view OFCLEM's video]
     230[ Click here to see OFCLEM's poster]
     233''Demo Participants'': Kuang-Ching Wang, PI, Dan Schmiedt  [[BR]]
     234!OpenFlow Clemson demonstrated the operation of an !OpenFlow network at Clemson consisting of one Toroki switch, two PC Engine APs, and multiple !OpenFlow-enabled laptops controlled via NOX, flowvisor, and SNAC. The demo showed the basic operations of all components and laptop handoff experiments across the APs. The demo was conducted remotely on the Clemson campus and viewed at the GEC7 site via ENVI/LAVI and video conferencing.
     237== [wiki:OFUWA OpenFlow University of Washington (OFUWA)] ==
     239[[ThumbImage(video-ofuwash.png, nolink)]] [[BR]]
     240[ Click here to view OFUWA's video]
     243[ Click here to see a screen shot of the demonstration] [[BR]]
     244[ Click here to read the Plug-n-Serve paper]
     247''Demo Participants'': Arvind Krishnamurthy, PI, Vjeko Brajkovic [[BR]]
     248!OpenFlow U Washington demonstrated the Plug-n-Serve load balancing mechanism for clients accessing web servers at the University of Washington and Stanford throgh !OpenFlow-enabled networks.
     251== [ OpenFlow GeorgiaTech (OFGT)] ==
     254[[ThumbImage(video-ofgt.png, nolink)]] [[BR]]
     255[ Click here to view OFGT's video]
     258''Demo Participants'': Nick Feamster, PI, Ankur Nayak [[BR]]
     259!OpenFlow Georgia Tech demonstrated their !OpenFlow campus deployment configuration for experimentation focused on !OpenFlow enabled next-generation network admission control system as a precursor to deployment into the campus residential network.
     262== [ OpenFlow Wisconsin (OFUWI)] ==
     264[ Click here to see OFUWI's status update slides]
     267''Demo Participants'': Theo Benson, Mike Blodgett [[BR]]
     268!OpenFlow at U Wisconsin demonstrated OpenSAFE network monitoring and the University of Wisconsin-Madison current deployment.
     270Monitoring is crucial for both networks and testbeds, monitoring enables operators to perform security checks and to troubleshoot network problems. To this end U Wisconsin developed OpenSAFE, a monitoring and network security platform, built using the !OpenFlow framework that allows operators to better monitor their network infrastructure. Leveraging the power of OpenSAFE, operators of E-GENI infrastructure will be able to instrument powerful network security applications for E-GENI. In this demo, U Wisconsin presented an overview of the OpenSAFE framework and ALARMS, the accompanying policy language, showing the flexibility of OpenSAFE by implementing several different security policies in ALARMS.
     272Extending E-GENI to enterprises and universities requires the deployment of devices capable of supporting the E-GENI requirements and the ability to allocate network slices on these devices. Over the last 3 months, U Wisconsin worked with three network operators to deploy three !OpenFlow switches that are capable of fulfilling the E-GENI requirements, in the wiring closets of the Computer Sciences building. Although still in the initial stages, this deployment is able to support the coexistence of multiple network slices through the use of the !FlowVisor framework. In this demo, U Wisconsin displayed the ability of this deployment to support two network slices. The first slice, the production slice, contained network traffic managed by an instance of SNAC, whereas the second slice, the research slice, was managed by a research controller running an experimental routing protocol.
     274== [ OpenFlow Rutgers (OFRG)] ==
     277''Demo Participant'': Ivan Seskar, PI [[BR]]
     278!OpenFlow Rutgers demonstrated !OpenFlow campus trials in their Rutgers campus by deploying switches between the wireless research network and Internet2. !OpenFlow switches in the ORBIT indoor mesh testbed enhance performance and flexibility to support grid virtualization.
     282== OpenFlow BBN ==
     285[ Click here to see OFBBN's poster]
     289''Demo Participant'': Josh Smift, System Engineer at BBN Technologies [[BR]]
     290!OpenFlow BBN presented a poster showing the wide-area network connectivity for the nine deployed campus sites participating in the Spiral 2 !OpenFlow Campus Trials, and demonstrated the configuration and operation of their small-scale !OpenFlow deployment, which included an NEC switch with one non-!OpenFlow VLAN, and two !OpenFlow VLANs, two !OpenFlow controllers (SNAC and NOX), and the !FlowVisor.
     293== [wiki:OFIU OpenFlow Indiana University (OFIU)] ==
     296[[ThumbImage(video-ofiu.png, nolink)]] [[BR]]
     297[ Click here to view OFIU's video]
     300[ Click here to see OFIU's poster]
     302''Demo Participants'': Christopher Small, PI, Matt Davy, Co-PI [[BR]]
     303At GEC7 OFIU created a simple test of integration of the GpENI cluster and the !OpenFlow switches. They utilized two of the !PlanetLab servers in the IU GpENI cluster, 3 of the HP 6600 switches in the testlab and the SNAC controller
     304to demonstrate the construction of policy rules that would block or enable traffic between the two !PlanetLab hosts. OFIU also showed the Nagios monitoring interface and how it was monitoring all switches use in the demonstration.
     307== [wiki:ClusterE The ORBIT Control Framework] ==
     309The ORBIT control framework from Rutgers University, emphasizing wireless networks, the ORBIT Measurement Framework (OMF), and WiMAX, displayed their early Spiral 2 [wiki:GEC7DemoSummary#WIMAX WiMAX] work.
     311== [wiki:ClusterD The ORCA Control Framework] ==
     313The ORCA control framework from Duke University and RENCI, emphasizing development of distributed resource allocation strategies and integration of sensor networks, presented their intra cluster integration results at GEC7. Projects such as - [wiki:GEC7DemoSummary#ORCA-BEN ORCA-BEN], [wiki:GEC7DemoSummary#LEARN LEARN], [wiki:GEC7DemoSummary#IntegratedMeasurementFrameworkIMF IMF], [wiki:GEC7DemoSummary#GCii GCii], [wiki:GEC7DemoSummary#DiverseOutdoorMobileEnvironmentDOME DOME], [wiki:GEC7DemoSummary#VISEandDICLOUD ViSE-DiCLOUD], [wiki:GEC7DemoSummary#KanseiSensorNet Kansei] and [wiki:GEC7DemoSummary#iGENI iGENI] demonstrated their early Sprial 2 accomplishments.
     315== [wiki:ORCABEN ORCA-BEN] ==
     317[[ThumbImage(video-orcaben.png, nolink)]] [[BR]]
     318[ Click here to view ORCA/BEN's video]
     320''Demo Participants'': Ilia Baldine, PI, Jeff Chase, Co-PI, Yufeng Xin, Anirban Mandal [[BR]]
     321The ORCA-BEN project in collaboration with ViSE and iGENI projects demonstrated the creation of a national-scale multi-institutional experiment slice by creating and linking on-demand virtual machines on the campus of Duke University to a sensor testbed in Massachusetts (UMass Amherst). The connection consisted of separate dynamically provisioned Layer 2 VLAN segments in BEN ([ Breakable Experimental Network]) and NLR !FrameNet (using Sherpa) with a VLAN that was statically provisioned between UMass and the !StarLight facility in Chicago. ORCA experiment controller instantiated the necessary resources and interconnected them together.
     323== GENI Collaborative Interactive Infrastructure (GCii) ==
     324''Demo Participants'': Chris Heerman, Julian Lombardi, Steve Chall [[BR]]
     326GCii demonstrated a distributed network management capability in a shared environment between universities that can ensure the operational success of experimenting at-scale using GENI enabled infrastructure for robust, comprehensive and distributed substrate monitoring and management. Their demo focussed on how to use and stop a slice in a coordinated and efficient fashion. This included a researcher, university and a network provider collaborating together.
     328== [wiki:ClusterB The PlanetLab Control Framework] ==
     330The !PlanetLab control framework from Princeton University, emphasizing development of control framework reference implementations and a range of component technologies and tools, displayed their early Spiral 2 progress. Projects such as [wiki:GEC7DemoSummary#GUSH GUSH], [wiki:GEC7DemoSummary#Raven Raven], [wiki:GEC7DemoSummary#GpENI GpENI], [wiki:GEC7DemoSummary#SuperChargedPLabPlatformSPP SPP], [wiki:GEC7DemoSummary#SCAFFOLD SCAFFOLD] and Campus !OpenFlow ([wiki:GEC7DemoSummary#OpenFlowWisconsinOFUWI University of Wisconsin], [wiki:GEC7DemoSummary#OpenFlowRutgersOFRG RutgersOFRG], [wiki:GEC7DemoSummary#OpenFlowClemsonOFCLEM University of Clemson], [wiki:GEC7DemoSummary#OpenFlowGeorgiaTechOFGT Georgia Institute of Technology], [wiki:GEC7DemoSummary#OpenFlowIndianaUniversityOFIU Indiana University], [wiki:GEC7DemoSummary#OpenFlowUniversityofWashingtonOFUWA University of Washington] and [wiki:GEC7DemoSummary#OpenFlowBBN BBN]) demonstrated their work.
     333== [wiki:ClusterC The ProtoGENI Control Framework] ==
     335The ProtoGENI control framework, built around the Emulab project at the University of Utah and emphasizing network control and measurement and integrated experiment environments, integrated demonstrations from teh following projects: [wiki:GEC7DemoSummary#ProtoGENI ProtoGENI], [wiki:GEC7DemoSummary#DigitalObjectRegistryDIGOBREG Digital Object Registry], [wiki:GEC7DemoSummary#OnTimeMeasurement On Time Measurement], [wiki:GEC7DemoSummary#MillionNodeGENIMILNGENI Million Node GENI], [wiki:GEC7DemoSummary#CMULab CMULab], [wiki:GEC7DemoSummary#InstrumentationToolsINSTOOLS Instrumentation Tools], [wiki:GEC7DemoSummary#PrimoGENI PrimoGENI], [wiki:GEC7DemoSummary#ScalableMonitoringS3Monitor Scalable Monitoring], [wiki:GEC7DemoSummary#ProgrammableEdgeNodeUMLPEN Programmable Edge Nodes], and [wiki:GEC7DemoSummary#DavisSocialLinksDSL Davis Social Link].
     337== [wiki:ProtoGENI ProtoGENI] ==
     339[[ThumbImage(video-protogeni.png, nolink)]] [[BR]]
     340[ Click here to view ProtoGENI's video]
     343''Demo Participant'': Rob Ricci, PI [[BR]]
     344ProtoGENI demonstrated creating slices on the ProtoGENI federation using the Emulab interface. This demo involved using the Emulab web interface and GUI to create a slice that spans multiple aggregates, using the ProtoGENI APIs on the back end to reserve resources. This included an initial set of the Emulab experimenter tools 'ported' to GENI.
     347== [wiki:PrimoGENI PrimoGENI] ==
     349[[ThumbImage(video-primogeni.png, nolink)]] [[BR]]
     350[ Click here to view PrimoGENI's video]
     352[ Click here to see PrimoGENI's poster] [[BR]]
     353[ Click here to see PrimoGENI's presentation]
     357''Demo Participants'': Jason Liu, PI, Miguel A. Erazo, Nathanael Van Vorst [[BR]]
     358PrimoGENI demonstrated the creation of an experiment in ProtoGENI using the PrimoGENI scripting language and simulation/emulation environment. The demo also gave a preview PrimoGENI's preliminary GUI prototype.
     361== [wiki:ProgrammableEdgeNode Programmable Edge Node (UMLPEN)] ==
     364''Demo Participant'': Yan Luo, PI [[BR]]
     365UMLPEN demonstrated Programmable Edge Node integration with ProtoGENI.
     368== [wiki:ProvisioningService Raven] ==
     371[[ThumbImage(raven.jpg, nolink)]] [[BR]]
     372''Demo Participant'': John Hartman [[BR]]
     373Raven demonstrated iftd, an intelligent transport mechanism for Stork that chooses the best transport protocol to download a package (e.g. !BitTorrent, HTTP, !CoBlitz). Iftd is also the basis for the Stork nest slice that serves as a proxy for Stork on !PlanetLab nodes so that a particular package is only downloaded to the node once. The demo also illustrated the "raven" tool for easily creating packages and installing them in an an experiment (which may span slices) and the latest version of Owl, a service for monitoring experiments.
     376== [wiki:ScalableMonitoring Scalable Monitoring (S3Monitor)] ==
     379[[ThumbImage(video-s3monitor.png, nolink)]] [[BR]]
     380[ Click here to view S3MONITOR's video]
     382[ Click here to see S3MONITOR's poster]
     385''Demo Participants'': Puneet Sharma, Sriharsha Gangam, Ethan Blanton [[BR]]
     386S3MONITOR demonstrated sensor pod implementation on four ProtoGENI node topology. The initial version supports on-demand invocation of measurements from a webportal.
     389== [wiki:"Internet Scale Overlay Hosting" SuperCharged PLab Platform (SPP)] ==
     391[[ThumbImage(spp.jpg, nolink)]] [[BR]]
     394[ Click here to view SPP's presentation slides]
     397''Demo Participants'':Jon Turner, PI, John !DeHart [[BR]]
     398SPP demonstrated some of the activities that took place during the SPP Tutorial earlier in the day.
     401== [wiki:SCAFFOLD SCAFFOLD] ==
     403[ Click here to view SCAFFOLD's poster presentation]
     405''Demo Participant'': Steve Ko[[BR]]
     406The Service-Centric Architecture For Flexible Object Localization and Distribution (SCAFFOLD) project presented a poster summarizing an earlier demo.
     408== [wiki:TIED TIED] ==
     411[[ThumbImage(video-tied.png, nolink)]] [[BR]]
     412[ Click here to view TIED's video]
     414[ Click here to see TIED's poster1]
     415[ Click here to see TIED's poster2]
     419''Demo Participants'':Ted Faber  [[BR]]
     420Demonstrated the TIED plug-in system incorporating ProtoGENI resources in a TIED experiment/slice.
     423== [ VISE] and [wiki:DICLOUD DICLOUD] ==
     425[[ThumbImage(vise.jpg, nolink)]] [[BR]]
     427[[ThumbImage(video-vise.png, nolink)]] [[BR]]
     428[ Click here to view ViSE-DICLOUD's video]
     431''Demo Participant'': David Irwin [[BR]]
     432The VISE and Data-Intensive Cloud Control (DICLOUD projects) showed an integrated demo in the ORCA environment that sent streaming radar data from the VISE sensors over an NLR VLAN between UMass and Duke to the demo site. The project animated and displayed the live radar data using a !GoogleMaps interface, and archived the data to Amazon EC2 over a tunnelled layer 2 connection using OpenVPN.
     435== [wiki:VMI-FED VMI-FED] ==
     437[[ThumbImage(vmi.png, nolink)]] [[BR]]
     439[ Click here to see VMI-FED's poster]
     442''Demo Participants'': Brian Hay, Co-PI, Don Kline, Greg Kluper, John Quan [[BR]]
     443VMI-FED demonstrated the use of virtual machine introspection (VMI) to unobtrusively acquire data from running virtual machines, including network, process, and kernel state statistics.
     445== [wiki:WiMAX WIMAX] ==
     447[[ThumbImage(orbit.jpg, nolink)]] [[BR]]
     449[[ThumbImage(video-wimax.png, nolink)]] [[BR]]
     450[ Click here to view WIMAX's video]
     453''Demo Participants'': Ivan Seskar, PI, Max Ott, Gautam D. Bhanage [[BR]]
     454The WiMAX project demonstrated an open virtualized WiMAX base station in the ORBIT environment using mobile OMF with location-based control and WiMAX support.