The GENI Meta-Operations Center, located at Indiana University, provides GENI researchers with a 24x7x365 Service Desk to serve as a single point of contact for reporting problems and providing project coordination and communications. GMOC currently provides notifications, reporting and escalation for the Integrated GENI OpenFlow Backbone Network as well as providing GENI experimenters with the overall health of the GENI infrastructure and a single point of contact for reporting trouble and connecting the GENI experimenters with the proper GENI operators.
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Visit the GMOC Project Page on GENI Wiki
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GMOC will also design and craft the protocols and processes needed to bring consistency and repeatability to GENI’s federated infrastructure.
|The GMOC will collaboratively define the core operational dataset needed for successful operation and integration of GENI aggregates. The GMOC will also work with Control Framework Clusters to develop the appropriate format and protocol for data sharing. Finally, the GMOC will collect this data from various GENI projects as they come online.
Using this data, the GMOC will begin to provide basic operational functions. This will include “Emergency Stop” capabilities to limit impact of malfunctioning slices, and a portal for operational information from a GENI-wide perspective. The GMOC prototye can be found at http://gmoc-db.grnoc.iu.edu (for optimal experience we encourage to use firefox 3.5+ and the google earth plugin).
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