Changes between Version 8 and Version 9 of Gec12Agenda


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09/16/11 09:55:42 (8 years ago)
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    3131== Experimenter Track ==
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    33 The Experimenter Track is designed to help researchers learn to use GENI for experimentation.  For newcomers to GENI the track includes a number of introductory talks and hands-on tutorials.  Attendees with some experience with GENI will find the track includes tutorials on specialized GENI resources and tools.  There is no restriction on who can attend any tutorial, however we make some recommendations for newcomers.
     33The Experimenter Track is designed to help researchers learn to use GENI for experimentation. For newcomers to GENI, the track includes a number of introductory talks and hands-on tutorials. Attendees with some experience with GENI will find the track includes tutorials on specialized GENI resources and tools. In addition, this GEC we are introducing a "coding sprint" for developers and experimenters. There is no restriction on who can attend any tutorial, however we make some recommendations for newcomers.
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    35 '''Experimenters unfamiliar with GENI are strongly encouraged to "Recommended for newcomers" sessions.'''
     35Hands-on participation in tutorials is limited by available resources. Attendees who are interested in observing, or who sign up after all hands-on spaces are taken, are encouraged to participate on an "audit" basis.
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    37 ''Each tutorial includes a detailed description linked to from the GENI agenda page with preparatory work and background reading.  Attendees should come prepared to engage in hands-on use of GENI.  Many tutorials require laptops with !VirtualBox software (http://www.virtualbox.org/); attendees should have this software installed before the tutorials.''
     37'''Experimenters unfamiliar with GENI are strongly encouraged to attend the full morning of introductory tutorial sessions on Wednesday, November 2, followed by their choice of additional tutorial and introductory information on Wednesday afternoon.'''
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     39  * [wiki:GEC12GENIConceptsAndResources GENI Concepts and Resources] provides an overview of core GENI concepts and terminology and describes the computing and networking resources, tools and support resources currently available to experimenters;
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     41  * [wiki:GEC12GENIusingFlack Introduction to GENI using Flack and the Instrumentation Portal] is a hands-on tutorial where attendees will set up, instrument and run a simple experiment using geographically distributed computers interconnected by VLANs;
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     43  * [wiki:GEC12PacketMeasurementSystemTutorial Packet-­level Measurement Systems] for GENI provides an introduction to the GIMS packet capture systems, their implementation in the ProtoGENI framework and a hands-on introduction to their use in GENI experiments.
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     45  * [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.
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     49  * [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.
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     51Experimenters 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.
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     55  * [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.
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     57  * The [wiki:GEC12CodingSprint coding sprint] gives experimenters and developers a chance to work side-by-side to get experiments started or work through problems together.
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     59''Each tutorial includes a detailed description linked to from the GENI agenda page, identifying any preparatory work. Attendees should come prepared to engage in hands-on use of GENI. Hands-on participation in many tutorials require laptops with !VirtualBox software (http://www.virtualbox.org/); attendees should have this software installed before the tutorials.''
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    3963|| '''Day''' || '''Time'''      || '''Topic'''                     || '''Location''' || '''Leader''' || '''Links''' ||