Changes between Version 10 and Version 11 of Gec5ClusterBAgenda


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Timestamp:
07/29/09 10:21:58 (11 years ago)
Author:
Christopher Small
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    5858
    5959 * SFA only -- WSDL interface specification, you implement it. This is
    60 what Enterprise GENI has done. Generated this based on the running
    61 code, but plan to go forward using the WSDL spec as the base and we'll
    62 use it. SFA-lite is a variant, without security (creation,
    63 destruction, and job control on slices). "... called a slice manager
    64 is our terminology; it's what the GPO calls a clearinghouse." Only
    65 Enterprise GENI is using this.
    66 
    67  * SFA + geniwrapper -- includes security. Write your own back end to
    68 geniwrapper. If you've got a preexisting testbed, this is probably the
    69 fastest way to go; use the security machinery and interface spec, and
    70 have it call into your system.
     60 what Enterprise GENI has done. Generated this based on the running
     61 code, but plan to go forward using the WSDL spec as the base and we'll
     62 use it. SFA-lite is a variant, without security (creation,
     63 destruction, and job control on slices). "... called a slice manager
     64 is our terminology; it's what the GPO calls a clearinghouse." Only
     65 Enterprise GENI is using this.
     66
     67 * SFA + geniwrapper -- includes security. Write your own back end to 
     68 geniwrapper. If you've got a preexisting testbed, this is probably the
     69 fastest way to go; use the security machinery and interface spec, and
     70 have it call into your system.
    7171
    7272 * SFA + geniwrapper + MyPLC -- includes PlanetLab O&M machinery
    7373
    7474RSpecs are the place where we've always put things that we don't know
    75 how to deal with. Deined on a per-aggregate basis. Two examples:
     75how to deal with. Defined on a per-aggregate basis. Two examples:
    7676PlanetLab (nodes only), Max and VINI (nodes + topology). Two
    7777representations, XML and XSGR (easier to read).
    7878
    79 We're dropping Eclipse types going forward, using Sugar instead going
     79We're dropping Eclipse types going forward, using Sugar (XSGR?) instead going
    8080forward.
    8181
     
    9494plc.princeton.llp, plc.max, plc.max.christracy).
    9595
    96 Did demo of PlanetLab with MAX nodes.
     96Demo of PlanetLab with MAX nodes.
    9797
    9898=== James Sterbenz ===
    9999
    100 GpENI demo, showed that Lancaster University UK, ETH-Zurich are
     100GpENI demo.
     101
     102Showed that Lancaster University UK, ETH-Zurich are
    101103getting set up. Not using SFI to create topology. They are running
    102104their own PLC at KSU. Separare PLC, separate VINI, not federated.
     
    110112
    111113Describes the recursive aggregate manager model they have running,
    112 including a mention of OSCARS (although not by name).
     114including a mention of [http://www.es.net/oscars/ OSCARS].
    113115
    114116Demo.
     
    121123
    122124We need to work on attracting real users
    123 - 4300+ registered PlanetLab users
    124 - GetResources() + CreateSlice()
     125
     126 * 4300+ registered PlanetLab users
     127
     128 * !GetResources() + !CreateSlice()
    125129
    126130Let's advertise our new cluster B aggregates to those users
     
    135139Control Framework todo
    136140
    137 - Complete transition to "new" RSpec model. WSDL file is there.
    138 - Rework with standard SSL
    139 - Round out SFI as a full-fledged per-user slice manager
     141 * Complete transition to "new" RSpec model. WSDL file is there.
     142 * Rework with standard SSL
     143 * Round out SFI as a full-fledged per-user slice manager
    140144
    141145Federation todo
    142146
    143 - Settle on peering plan and naming conventions
    144 - Settle on SFA-lite
    145 - Define realistic policies
     147 * Settle on peering plan and naming conventions
     148 * Settle on SFA-lite
     149 * Define realistic policies
    146150       
    147151How are we going to put Enterprise GENI in? Suggest that we plug in
     
    211215=== Larry Peterson ===
    212216
    213 we can have a root registry and if we want to kill a slice we can
     217We can have a root registry and if we want to kill a slice we can
    214218iterate through it and ask each to kill its part of the slice.
    215219