Changes between Version 4 and Version 5 of Gec5ClusterEAgenda


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07/30/09 12:29:04 (12 years ago)
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    11The ORBIT Cluster met at the GEC on Monday July 20 and Tuesday July
    2 21.  At the July 20 meeting Max Ott and Ray Raychaudhuri gave an
     221.  [[BR]]
     3
     4At the July 20 meeting Max Ott and Ray Raychaudhuri gave an
    35overview of the ORBIT testbed and discussed the integration of !WiMax
    46base stations into the cluster.  An initial deployment at Rutgers is
    5 complete and baseline performance measurements have been collected.
     7complete and baseline performance measurements have been collected. [[BR]]
     8
    69The July 21 meeting was less structured and included dicussions of
    7 topics and issues raised by the meeting participants.
     10topics and issues raised by the meeting participants. [[BR]]
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    9 Topics discussed at the ORBIT CF meetings include:
     12Topics discussed at the ORBIT CF meetings include: [[BR]]
    1013   * ORBIT is not and does not claim to be a full-fledged control
    1114   framework.  It is best viewed as a GENI aggregate.  The ORBIT team
     
    1316   with.  They do not want to be developing and maintaining software
    1417   needed to talk to all other control frameworks.  Integration with
    15    the ORCA control framework is their next step.
    16   * ORBIT OMF might be able to serve as a GENI aggregate manager.
     18   the ORCA control framework is their next step.  [[BR]]
     19  * ORBIT OMF might be able to serve as a GENI aggregate manager. [[BR]]
    1720  * The ORBIT experiment controller can be used to control
    1821    experiments on PlanetLab.  An ORBIT experiment can now include
    19     PlanetLab nodes.
     22    PlanetLab nodes. [[BR]]
    2023  * There was some discussion around integration of the Clemson
    2124    testbed.  This testbed includes embedded wireless platforms with
    2225    802.16 radios but not operating at WiMAX frequencies.  The Clemson
    2326    testbed includes mobile nodes that can travel a high speeds on a
    24     BMW test track.
    25   * ORBIT OMF is being extended to handle mobility.
     27    BMW test track.  [[BR]]
     28  * ORBIT OMF is being extended to handle mobility. [[BR]]
    2629  * Concerns specific to wireless testbed such as ORBIT: scheduling
    2730    and slicing of testbed resources so experiments don't interfere;
    2831    conforming to rules by the FCC and other similar regulatory
    2932    bodies; protecting measurement devices from badly behaved
    30     experiments.
     33    experiments. [[BR]]
    3134  * Issues with using !OpenFlow in a testbed where flows are not
    3235    persistent.  For example, when vehicles more in and out of range
    33     of a base station.
     36    of a base station. [[BR]]
    3437  * ORBIT can be used to do experiments based on DTN (Disruption
    3538    Tolerant Networking) technologies since every node as processing
    36     and storage resources.
     39    and storage resources. [[BR]]
    3740  * MIT is interested in using ORBIT for network coding
    3841    experiments.  They want to push networking coding as close to the
    3942    physical layer as possible.  They will work with Rutgers to
    40     determine the feasibility of such experimentation.
     43    determine the feasibility of such experimentation. [[BR]]
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    4245Max Ott's summary of the WG meetings, presented at the Cluster Outbriefs on Wed July 22, is available [http://groups.geni.net/geni/attachment/wiki/Gec5Agenda/GEC5%20Day%203%20-%20cluster%20E%20update%20-%20Ott.pdf here].
     46 [[BR]]
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     48Submitted by Vic Thomas, GOP System Engineer