The goal of this proyect is to develop effient resource management methods for overlays on top of wide area networks. We are particularly interesested in the problem mapping a desired virtual topology into an existing physical network while satisfying a set of given constraints. This is what we refer to as the Resource Mapping Problem.
The next figure illustrates the main components the mapping:
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This demo illustrates the process of finding a set of sites that match a desired topology under some constraints. Currently available is the site topology consistent of 296 sites and the delays between these sites.
Go to Planetlab demo
Synthetic network topologies generated with BRITE. This synthetic networks very closely resemble the characteristics of the Internet. This demo illustrates the application of our algorithms on a very large network of 2000 nodes created with this tool.
Go to BRITE demo
This demo illustrates the process of making updates on a mapping. Updates include adding/removing edges and nodes from the virtual network as well as changing their attributes. In many cases updates can be resolved quickly using the information of the previous search.
Note: In this demo, one must first import a complete virtual network (topo-6-10 in the provided examples) and then do updates on this virtual topology (extend-*, remove-* examples). The results will appear in both the mappings and the tree tabs... so please don't close them while doing updates.
Go to Incremental Updates demo
|HPGC 2008||Jorge Londoño and Azer Bestavros. netEmbed: A Network Resource Mapping Service for Distributed Applications. In Proceedings of the IEEE/ACM IPDPS High-Performance Grid Computing Workshop, Miami, Florida, April 2008.
|Middleware Conference 2007||Jorge Londoño and Azer Bestavros. netEmbed: A Service for Embedding Distributed Applications (Extended Abstract and Poster). In Proceedings of ACM/IFIP/Usenix Middleware Conference, Newport Beach, California, November 2007.
|Techical Report [2006-032]||Jorge Londoño and Azer Bestavros. netEmbed: A Network Resource Mapping Service for Distributed Applications, December 15, 2006.
|The netEmbed project is supported partially by a number of National Science Foundation grants, including CISE/CSR Award #0720604, ENG/EFRI Award #0735974, CISE/CNS Award #0524477, CNS/NeTS Award #0520166, CNS/ITR Award #0205294, and CISE/EIA RI Award #0202067.|
|Disclaimer: Any opinions, findings, conclusions, or recommendations expressed in materials available from this site are those of their author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of Boston University or of the National Science Foundation.|
|Jorge Londoño is supported in part by the Universidad Pontificia Bolivariana and COLCIENCIAS–Instituto Colombiano para el Desarrollo de la Ciencia y la Tecnología “Francisco José de Caldas"|