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17.02.2013 - 00:42  

Justin Cappos

How to get started...

I just now noticed a message on the SIGCOMM Educational Portal asking for information about how to use Seattle. I'd be happy to answer any questions you might have.

For general questions, this site has a high level picture of the platform: https://seattle.cs.washington.edu/html/ ( Note: these links will change to seattle.poly.edu quite soon... )

Linked from there are tutorials: https://seattle.cs.washington.edu/wiki/RepyTutorial

And also pre-created educational modules that are easy to adopt: https://seattle.cs.washington.edu/wiki/EducatorsPage

Unlike PlanetLab and other testbeds, Seattle is really easy to get started with. You can register for an account on our clearinghouse ( https://seattleclearinghouse.poly.edu(approve sites) ) and literally be deploying your code within minutes. It also makes your life as an instructor easier because your don't have to manage slices for your students.

Anyways, I just wanted to give some more general information. Definitely email me if you have any questions!

Thanks, Justin

03.12.2011 - 22:25  

ivan

Re: who to contact

Contact jcappos@poly.edu for more information.

05.11.2011 - 18:19  

Abdulhalim Dandoush

Seattle vs. planet-lab testbed

Hello, I used before the PlanetLab Platform to test a p2p storage protocol in soem real conditions for research objectives. However, I'm now an instructor and I'd like to use Seattle for teaching objectives. who do I contact to get started? Thanks in advance

Abdulhalim Dandoush



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