Internet measurements on EdgeNet

Abstract : We describe the deployment of an Internet measurement experiment to three testbeds that offer Linux containers hosted at widely distributed vantage points: the well-established PlanetLab Central and PlanetLab Europe platforms, and the new EdgeNet platform. The experiment results were published in the proceedings of ACM IMC 2018. We compare the capabilities of each testbed and their effect on the ease of deployment of the experiment. Because the software for this experiment has several library dependencies and requires a recent compiler, it was easiest to deploy on EdgeNet, which is based on Docker and Kubernetes. This extended abstract is accompanied by a demonstration of the reproducible deployment of a measurement tool on EdgeNet.
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Kevin Vermeulen, Burim Ljuma, Olivier Fourmaux, Timur Friedman, Rick Mcgeer. Internet measurements on EdgeNet. CNERT: Computer and Networking Experimental Research using Testbeds in conjunction with IEEE INFOCOM 2019, Apr 2019, Paris, France. ⟨hal-02073681⟩

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