Changes between Version 38 and Version 39 of GEC9DemoSummary


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    118118''Demo Participants:'' Thomas Anderson, Justin Cappos [[BR]]
    119 This demo will describe common use cases for the Million Node GENI / Seattle software. We will also include a demonstration of student created software including alpha versions of a clicker program written in Seattle and an automatic deployment system. [[BR]]
    120 Affiliation(s): University of Washington
     119''Affiliation:'' University of Washington
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     121This demo will describe common use cases for the Million Node GENI / Seattle software. We will also include a demonstration of student created software including alpha versions of a clicker program written in Seattle and an automatic deployment system.
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    122123== netKarma: GENI Provenance Registry ==
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    124125''Demo Participants:'' Beth Plale, Chris Small [[BR]]
     126''Affiliation:'' Indiana University
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    125128NetKarma  will demonstrate capture of provenance information of a sample experiment running on GENI Planetlab nodes. This will include the capture of workflow of an experiment run in GUSH and the software used and distributed by RAVEN.
    126 NetKarma will also demonstrate the deployment of a permanent provenance store in the form of a Karma 3.1 Database. This database will allow data from each experiment to be available either by direct queries or as part of a RabbitMQ Pub/Sub system   [[BR]]
    127 Affiliation(s): Indiana University
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     130NetKarma will also demonstrate the deployment of a permanent provenance store in the form of a Karma 3.1 Database. This database will allow data from each experiment to be available either by direct queries or as part of a RabbitMQ Pub/Sub system
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    129132== OpenFlow Campus Trials at Georgia Tech (OFGT) ==
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    131134''Demo Participants:'' Nick Feamster, Russell Clark, Ron Hutchins, Ellen Zegura, Ankur Kumar [[BR]]
    132 RESONANCE is a novel network admission control architecture based on GENI and OpenFlow. The system supports fine-grained network policies and multi-site access. The system is operational on the Georgia Tech and Clemson campuses across multiple buildings using diverse vendor technologies. [[BR]]
    133 Affiliation(s): Georgia Institute of Technology
     135''Affiliation:'' Georgia Institute of Technology
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     137RESONANCE is a novel network admission control architecture based on GENI and OpenFlow. The system supports fine-grained network policies and multi-site access. The system is operational on the Georgia Tech and Clemson campuses across multiple buildings using diverse vendor technologies.
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    135139== OpenFlow Campus Trials at Indiana University (OFIU) ==