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GoTK T he G ENI o pen T ool K it. Daniel Reininger , Max Ott , Thierry Rakotoarivelo. Context & Problem. Networking experiments involve more than booking resources and executing remote tasks on them Incremental cyclic process with many steps Most current tools:

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Gotk t he g eni o pen t ool k it

GoTK

The GENI open ToolKit

Daniel Reininger, Max Ott, Thierry Rakotoarivelo


Context problem

Context & Problem

  • Networking experiments involve more than booking resources and executing remote tasks on them

  • Incremental cyclic process with many steps

  • Most current tools:

    • cater for a subset of these steps

    • miss some key features

    • support limited types of resources

    • difficult to extend or replace

    • may not be easy to use


Goals

Goals

The GENI open ToolKit - GoTK

  • Develop and deploy a suite of tools to assist experimenters in performing all the tasks involved in experiment-based studies

  • Tightly integrate these tools with existing GENI APIs to ensure their deployment and use on major existing facilities

  • Publish as open standards the models and protocols used by this toolkit. Promote 3rd party interoperable extensions or alternatives

  • Disseminate to the network research community

    • Design user-friendly and robust software

    • publishing high-quality and comprehensive documentation

    • partner with universities for use in networking courses


Approach overview

Approach Overview


Approach overview1

Approach Overview

  • Adopt, Adapt, Develop

  • Thin core (OEDL+FRCP)

  • Modular design

  • Consistent intuitive UI

  • ECA approach for OEDL

  • Various artefact stores

  • Interface with AM & CH

  • Many resources directly accessible via FRCP


Gotk t he g eni o pen t ool k it

Plan

  • Hosted toolkit services

    • Labwiki+ plugins, AM gateway, artefact stores

    • Agile development process + feedback loop from user community

    • Continuous 1-month release cycles

    • Have operational capability as soon as possible

    • Initial hosting + quick transition to operation-dedicated project

  • Protocols, models, and software

    • FRCP protocol, OEDL language, OMF resource agent software

    • Longer release cycle (max 3 in each year)

    • Release ahead of GECs to promote community adoption (demos)


Gotk t he g eni o pen t ool k it

Thank you


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