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Add link to draft Recommended Use Policy

GENI Operations, Management, Integration, and Security Working Group

This is the OMIS working group wiki. Heidi Picher Dempsey is the working group chair. Mike Patton is the System Engineer for OMIS. To find out what the OMIS working group does, browse these pages and read the working group charter. If you have comments or suggestions on the charter, please send them to the omis-wg mailing list. If you have comments or suggestions about these pages, feel free to log in and improve their content. To view past archives of the mailing list, see the mailman archive or the nabble archive.

When you subscribe to a GENI working group mailing list (such as omis-wg), you also get a wiki account that uses the same username and password. You should get an email letting you know when the wiki account is created, which allows you to login and start contributing. The "login" link is at the top of this page. The login works for all GENI working group pages.

OMIS Announcements

A "Workshop on GENI and Security" took place on January 22–23, 2009, at the University of California Davis, chaired by Professor Matt Bishop. Its goal was to engage the security community in GENI's design and prototyping, to ensure that security issues are properly considered during its development. You can find a complete agenda with presentations here.

The OMIS WG met at GEC3 on 10/29/08, you can access the original agenda, OMIS audio and meeting notes with links to the presentations on the GEC3 presentations page.

OMIS Meeting Notes

The second OMIS meeting was on 03/03/08. We proposed to do some GEC2 follow-up joint work with other groups. The presentation is available at the GEC2 page.

OMIS met for the first time on 10/09/07. Listen to the meeting on the GENI Engineering Conference page, and add your thoughts on the mailing list.

OMIS Work-in-Progress

A draft Recommended Use Policy is available for review. Please send comments to the mailing list.

Work continues on identifying overlap and interfaces with other Working Groups.

A number of Use Cases have been written that explore how various operations events might play out.

OMIS Previous Work

"Top 10" Ops list survey to identify top GENI operations concerns. Very few respondents, unfortunately.

Substrate and Services working groups requested OMIS member's comments on thie resource list and usage scenarios, respectively: Substrate's resource list and Services' usage scenarios. Please comment on the mailing lists, or edit the draft wiki pages.

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