Changes between Version 1 and Version 2 of GeniAggregate/GeorgeWashingtonExoGENI


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05/01/17 14:50:56 (2 years ago)
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  • GeniAggregate/GeorgeWashingtonExoGENI

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    1010|| Aggregate Manager URN || urn:publicid:IDN+exogeni.net:gwuvmsite+authority+am||
    1111|| Aggregate Manager Common Name || gwu-eg ||
    12 || Aggregate Resources || An ExoGENI aggregate includes 10 Hosts (8 VM Servers and 2 dedicated PCs) that can load experimenter specified OS images. Racks also support !OpenFlow topologies, usually including extensions onto campus !OpenFlow networks.   There are 3 types of ExoGENI racks: [wiki:GENIRacksHome#ExoGENIRacks IBM], [wiki:GENIRacksHome#CiscoGENIRacks Cisco] and [wiki:GENIRacksHome#CienaGENIRacks Ciena]. This site is a <<INSERT 1 OF THE FOLLOWING: IBM or Cisco UCS-B|UCS-C, or Ciena>> ExoGENI rack type.  ||
     12|| Aggregate Resources || An ExoGENI aggregate includes 10 Hosts (8 VM Servers and 2 dedicated PCs) that can load experimenter specified OS images. Racks also support !OpenFlow topologies, usually including extensions onto campus !OpenFlow networks.   There are 3 types of ExoGENI racks: [wiki:GENIRacksHome#ExoGENIRacks IBM], [wiki:GENIRacksHome#CiscoGENIRacks Cisco] and [wiki:GENIRacksHome#CienaGENIRacks Ciena]. This site is a Cisco UCS-B & UCS-C ExoGENI rack type.  ||
    1313|| Typical Experiments || ExoGENI provides a controllable, predictable, and repeatable network environment. Experimenters can get virtual machines or dedicated PCs on which they have full "root" access, run available operating systems of their choice, and connect nodes in an arbitrary topology that can support !OpenFlow.  ||
    1414|| Sample RSpecs       || Link to RSpecs used successfully for rack site confirmation tests. ||