Changes between Version 16 and Version 17 of GeniNewcomersWelcome


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06/12/13 09:37:00 (7 years ago)
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Vic Thomas
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    2929  * ''A large-scale experiment infrastructure.''  GENI can potentially provide you with more resources than is typically found in any one laboratory.  GENI give you access to hundreds of widely distributed resources including compute resources such as virtual machines and "bare-machines", and network resources such as links, switches and !WiMax base stations.
    3030  * ''Non-IP connectivity across resources.''  GENI allows you to set up Layer 2 connections between compute resources and run your own Layer 3 and above protocols connecting these resources.
    31   * ''Deep Programmability.'' With GENI you can program not only the end hosts of your experimental network but also the switches in the core of your network.  This allows you to experiment with novel network layer protocols or with novel IP-routing algorithms.
     31  * ''Deep programmability.'' With GENI you can program not only the end hosts of your experimental network but also the switches in the core of your network.  This allows you to experiment with novel network layer protocols or with novel IP-routing algorithms.
    3232  * ''Reproducibility.'' You can get exclusive access to certain GENI resources including CPU resources and network resources.  This gives you control over your experiment's environment and hence the ability for you and others to repeat experiments under identical or very similar conditions.
    33   * ''Instrumentation and Measurement tools.''  GENI has two instrumentation and measurement systems that you can use to instrument your experiments.  These systems provide probes for active and passive measurement, measurement data storage and tools for visualizing and analyzing measurement data.
     33  * ''Instrumentation and measurement tools.''  GENI has two instrumentation and measurement systems that you can use to instrument your experiments.  These systems provide probes for active and passive measurement, measurement data storage and tools for visualizing and analyzing measurement data.
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    3535== 3. Where can I learn more about GENI? ==