wiki:GeniAggregate/MillionNodeGeni

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Aggregate Name

Million Node GENI

Aggregate Overview

Aggregate Resources This aggregate provides compute resources on platforms donated by individuals and institutions. Platforms may be mobile and/or behind firewalls and NATs. Experimenter software, written in a subset of Python, runs in sandboxes that limit the consumption of platform resources such as CPU, memory, storage space, and network bandwidth.
Typical Experiments Million Node GENI is ideal for students, researchers, and companies that want to prototype and test code on testbeds that have varying scale, diversity, and topologies. The same code may easily be run on a variety of operating systems, architectures, and network environments in order to understand the performance and dynamics of a distributed system.
Aggregate Web Page https://seattle.cs.washington.edu/wiki
Aggregate Status PROBABLY n/a FOR THIS AGGREGATE. CAN YOU PROVIDE A STATEMENT AS TO WHY THIS IS SO?
Layer 2 Connectivity None


Experimenter Support

Guides and Documents https://seattle.cs.washington.edu/wiki/ProgrammersPage
Support Support mailings list. Email to this address goes to all subscribers of the mailing list.
Compatible tools ProtoGENI Tools and Million Node GENI tools


Using this Aggregate

Clearinghouses Recognized ProtoGENI Clearinghouse
Usage Policies Users who need access to more than 10 Million Node GENI nodes must make a platform available to use by other Million Node GENI users. <--- ANY OTHER POLICIES?AGREEMENTS THAT SHOULD BE MENTIONED HERE?
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Sample Rspecs DO YOU HAVE AN EXAMPLE WE CAN POINT TO HERE. LOOKING FOR DESCRIPTION OF MNG RESOURCES IN PGENI RSPEC FORMAT


Aggregate Management

Aggregate Operator Department of Computer Science and Engineering, University of Washington. http://www.cs.washington.edu/
Resource Owner Most of the resources in this aggregate are owned by individuals and institutions that have volunteered resources for research and education.
Operation POC Testbed operations <- WHO SHOULD THIS BE FOR MNG?
Technical POC Justin Cappos
Developer Links Developer portal: https://seattle.cs.washington.edu/wiki/ContributorsPage. Developer mailing list: seattle-devel@cs.washington.edu