Architecture for the heterogeneous federation of future internet experimentation facilities

Abstract : Internet systems are currently too complex to be entirely designed in advance and therefore must be thoroughly evaluated in realistic environments. Experimentally driven research is at the heart of Future Internet Research and Experiment (FIRE) facilities, which target various experimenter profiles, ranging from core Internet communities and sensor networks to clouds and web services. Such facilities exist in relative isolation to the detriment of innovative research ideas that could arise from the mixture of their diverse technologies and resources, and their combined power. Internet research communities can benefit from gaining access to a larger number and variety of resources through a federation of these facilities. To this end, we present an architecture to support such a federation of Future Internet experimentation facilities, based on use cases and requirements from infrastructure owners, as well as services and first line support communities.
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Wim Vandenberghe, Brecht Vermeulen, Piet Demeester, Alexander Willner, Symeon Papavassiliou, et al.. Architecture for the heterogeneous federation of future internet experimentation facilities. Future Network & Mobile Summit 2013, Jul 2013, Lisbon, Portugal. pp.1--11. ⟨hal-00948947⟩

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