Changes between Version 3 and Version 4 of GeniClearinghouse


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Timestamp:
02/24/12 15:29:22 (8 years ago)
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mbrinn@bbn.com
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  • GeniClearinghouse

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    1919Trust Policy is a statement or sequence of statements from which allowable actions may be inferred from the attributes of a principal. The GENI software architecture recognizes two types of credentials:
    20 •       ABAC (Attribute-based Access Control) provides a representation for trust delegation statements and a reasoning engine that proves that a given entity is trusted to take a particular action based on the set of ABAC statements provided.
    21 •       SFA (Slice Federation Architecture) credentials use a table-driven mechanism to map attributes into allowable actions.
     20 * ABAC (Attribute-based Access Control) provides a representation for trust delegation statements and a reasoning engine that proves that a given entity is trusted to take a particular action based on the set of ABAC statements provided.
     21 * SFA (Slice Federation Architecture) credentials use a table-driven mechanism to map attributes into allowable actions.
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    2323Resource Allocation Policy is a statement limiting the resource allocations or allocation behaviors associated with a given project, slice or experimenter. For example, we may wish to limit the number of compute nodes (computers or VM’s) allocated to a given project at any given time.