Zongming FeiAssociate Professor
Department of Computer Science
University of Kentucky
Lexington, KY 40506-0495
fei AT cs.uky.edu
GENI Desktop provides a unified framework and interface for interacting with GENI experiments. It support users throughout the various phases of an experiment's workflow, including experiment design, setup and deployment, monitoring and control, runtime interaction, and data collecting, archiving and analysis. It has been widely used by the GENI community for managing their experiments.
Here is a tutorial on GENI Desktop developed by colleagues at University of North Carolina at Chapel Hills.
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