Heterogeneous Testbeds, Tools and Experiments – Measurement Requirements Perspective
Marcin Pilarski , Anastasius Gavras , Andrzej Bąk , Gergely Biczók , Piotr Gajowniczek , András Gulyás , Halid Hrasnica , Pedro Martinez-Julia , Felicián Németh , Chrysa Papagianni , Symeon Papavassiliou , Antonio Skarmeta
AbstractFederated testbeds for future Internet experimentation have been deployed worldwide to enable large scale and diverse experiments with future Internet technologies ranging from components to complete systems. They serve the purpose of validating new solutions to identified problems and to compare them with current or other evolving solutions. The proliferation of management frameworks and in particular of measurement and monitoring tools poses often a great challenge for the experimenter. OpenLab is addressing the interoperability of testbeds at several levels. In this article we describe how the OpenLab testbeds cope with divergent measurement and monitoring requirements originating from four identified experiments that each of them has its own original research objectives.
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Fàbrega Lluís, Vilà Pere, Careglio Davide, Papadimitriou Dimitri (eds.): Measurement Methodology and Tools, vol. 7586, 2013, Berlin, Springer-Verlag Heidelberg, ISBN 978-3-642-41295-0, [978-3-642-41296-7], 205 p., DOI:10.1007/978-3-642-41296-7
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|Keywords in English||Future Internet Research and Experimentation, FIRE, monitoring, measurement, experimental research methodology|
|Project||OpenLab: extending FIRE testbeds and tools. Project leader: Pilarski Marcin, application date 30-11-2011, start date 01-06-2012, end date 30-06-2014, IT/2012/7PR/, Completed
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