Changes between Version 9 and Version 10 of Gec12Agenda


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09/16/11 09:56:55 (10 years ago)
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Aaron Falk
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    4545  * [wiki:GEC12PrimoGENITutorial PrimoGENI: Supporting Hybrid Simulation, Emulation, and Live Network Experiments] is a hands-on tutorial that will show users how to design and run network experiments using PrimoGENI, and demonstrate PrimoGENI's capabilities through several network experiment case studies.
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    47   * The [wiki:GEC12DICloudTutorial DiCloud] tutorial will demonstrate how to install and use DiCloud software to meter usage for Amazon cloud resources.  The tutorial will show experimenters how they can incorporate their own Amazon resources in GENI slices.  We will also show how to use DiCloud in conjunction with Orca experiments.
     47  * The [wiki:GEC12DICloudTutorial DiCloud] tutorial will demonstrate how to install and use !DiCloud software to meter usage for Amazon cloud resources.  The tutorial will show experimenters how they can incorporate their own Amazon resources in GENI slices.  We will also show how to use !DiCloud in conjunction with Orca experiments.
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    4949  * [wiki:GEC12ExpSupportAndTrainingKickoff New Projects: Experimenter Support and Training] is an opportunity for experimenters to learn about the plans of newly started GENI projects in the areas of experiment support and training.
     
    5151Experimenters with some knowledge of GENI and newcomers who have participated in the introductory tutorials described above will be prepared to benefit from additional tutorials on Thursday and Friday.
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    53   * [wiki:GEC12NetServTutorial NetServ] is a programmable router architecture for dynamically deploying in-network services. This hands-on tutorial will present the NetServ architecture, and participants will develop a simple NetServ application module.
     53  * [wiki:GEC12NetServTutorial NetServ] is a programmable router architecture for dynamically deploying in-network services. This hands-on tutorial will present the !NetServ architecture, and participants will develop a simple !NetServ application module.
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    5555  * [wiki:GEC12OmniTutorial Experimental topologies on the GENI Mesoscale network with omni] will give experimenters hands-on experience with specifying the computing and network resources required to construct an experimental topology in the GENI mesoscale deployment. Attendees will use omni, a command-line experimenter tool for accessing GENI resources.