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    33Join us for a GENI tutorial at [ The 33rd International Conference on Distributed Computing Systems (ICDCS 2013)] in Philadelphia!
    5 We'll update this page with information for tutorial attendees as the conference date draws nearer.
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     5== Intended Audience ==
     6(1) Graduate students and researchers working in areas of computer networking,
     7future Internet architectures, distributed systems and cloud computing
     8(2) Professors of computer networks and distributed systems that would like to
     9use a large-scale testbed in their class
     10(3) Anyone that is interested in Future Internet Architecture, Distributed
     11cloud computing or just wants to get acquainted with GENI, a platform
     12for running network experiments and gain hands-on experience in using it.
    8 == Prework ==
     14The Global Environment for Network Innovations – GENI – is a suite of
     15research infrastructure rapidly taking shape in prototype form across the
     16United States. It is sponsored by the National Science Foundation, with
     17the goal of providing a laboratory environment for networking and distributed
     18systems research and education.  It is well suited for exploring networks
     19at scale thereby promoting innovations in network science, security, services
     20and applications.
    10 Things to do before you arrive in Philadelphia
     22This tutorial will provide a description of GENI as an experimenter tool and
     23also offer the chance to attendees to gain some hands-on experience in using
     24the testbed.  We are going to use the multi-campus Layer 2 network to
     25design and run simple Layer 2 and Layer 3 experiments.
    12 == Step-By-Step Tutorial Instructions ==
     27The tutorial will have interleaving presentations and hands-on exercises.
     28Attendees will get a chance to create and run GENI experiments
     29following simple instructions. The attendees will get to work at their own pace
     30and get help by the instructors.
    14 == Post-tutorial feedback questionnaire ==
     32== GENI Tutorial at ICDCS'13: Agenda  ==
     34 * Presentation: Intro to GENI talk  and HelloGENI demo
     35 * Hands-on:  Getting Started with GENI
     36 * Hands-on: Creating my own GENI Experiment
     37 * Hands-on: OpenFlow in GENI
     38 * Instrumentation and Measurement and other GENI topics