Changes between Version 7 and Version 8 of MAX-GENI-Status-Report-GEC16


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05/29/13 23:30:06 (6 years ago)
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Tom Lehman
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    1111''Status:''[[BR]]
    1212The MAX AM has been upgraded to be compatible with GENI RSpec v3.  The MAX GENI AM is also been federated with ProtoGENI and PlanetLab.  Experimenters are able to utilize credentials and slices from those aggregates to instantiate experiments.  We still need to update the MAX information on the Aggregate Information page on the GENI Wiki.
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    3334We have also been working with the GEMINI project to utilize their topology services for stitching services.  They have implemented the ability to dynamically and automatically obtain topology information from the GENI AM API as well as the existing PerfSonar Topology Service.   We have not implemented a mechanism to pull the information from the GEMINI Topology service.  The topology service final design will likely be either based on extending what we currently have embedded in the SCS or via utilizing the GEMINI Topology Service. During the next reporting period we will finalize the plan for the GENI Topology Service and continue with implementation.
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    3538__''MAX: S4.f:  Prototype shared GENI Stitching Workflow Service, based on Omni libstitch library, and use it from Omni, and make it available to Flack''__[[BR]]
    3639   * Initial Prototype:  February 2013
     
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    4245We have also worked with the Flack developer to incorporate use of the SCS workflow rules in to Flack provisioning.  This work is still in progress.
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    6165ExoGENI racks which supported stitching were not available before GEC 16.  We hope to be able to demonstrate stitching with ExoGENI racks as part of GEC 17 demonstrations.
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    6369__''MAX: S4.i:  Prototype DYNES/ION proxy AMs (extension of existing prototype ION AM, and includes the features from item iii above)