The TSSG testbed ArchLabs has been added to the PII testbed repository. TSSG is an official satellite cluster testbed within this FP7 EU project.
Details of the WIT testbed can be found at the following PII repository link
The following is a list of useful links related to the Panlabs II project
PII project links
Main Panlab Webpage: http://www.panlab.net/
Panlab Testbed Repository http://www.panlab.net/testbed-repository.html
Main TSSG researchers/software developers involved in the PII project involve the following
Miguel Ponce De Leon, CIM Manager , http://www2.tssg.org/people/miguelpdl/
Frances Cleary Grant, supporting project management issues and testbed research activities
Eamonn Power , software developer ( Wp3, Task 3.2 leader)
The ultimate objective of PII is to develop and deploy the necessary
mechanisms and technologies to enable a functioning federation of existing testbeds for the added benefit of the users of the existing local testbeds, and to prove that federation is a model for the establishment of a long-term sustainable large scale and diverse testing infrastructure for(tele-) communications technologies, services and applications in Europe.
The testbed federation includes four core innovation clusters and three satellite clusters, with TSSG being one of the main satellite clusters in the project. PII will develop and deploy effective mechanisms and technologies to enable a functioning federation of existing testbeds. This will provide added value to users of existing local testbeds, and it will prove that federation is a model for the establishment of a long-term sustainable, large-scale and diverse testing infrastructure for (tele-)communications technologies, services and applications in Europe.
In particular PII will:
- Develop mechanisms and tools to describe, store, locate and orchestrate testing services as well as means to automatically provide composite testbeds across multiple administrative domains.
- Develop and elaborate mechanisms to combine and accommodate future clean-slate approaches and provide testing services in a network-agnostic manner.
- Define a common abstract control framework, which enables the interconnection of diverse testbeds.
- Establish trust across the federation by means of quality assurance processes and tools.
- ntegrate the concept of User Driven Innovation.
- Execute a techno-socio-economic study to assess the long-term sustainability of the federation model.
PII’s testbed federation infrastructure will build on the legal, operational, and technical framework developed by the Panlab SSA in FP6. The 20 partners constitute a highly competent, well-balanced consortium of SMEs, associations, academic institutions as well as large manufacturers and network operators, who will mobilise the critical mass at European level to achieve the project objectives.
For more information
Contact Frances Cleary Grant , http://www2.tssg.org/people/fcleary/
or visit the TSSG website at http://www.tssg.org.