We are happy to announce that with your OneLab account credentials you can now access all CloudLab sites infrastructure including the sites managed by OneLab/FIT.
CloudLab (https://www.cloudlab.us/) is a flexible scientific infrastructure for research on the future of cloud computing. Researchers use CloudLab to build their own clouds, experimenting with new architectures that will form the basis for the next generation of computing platforms.
It provides researchers with control and visibility all the way down to the bare metal. Run standard cloud software stacks such as OpenStack and Hadoop. Or, build your own from the ground up.
This new offering nicely complements the IoT and Wireless resources already accessible with OneLab/FIT.
CloudLab How to will introduce you to the CloudLab testbed and it will walk you through step-by-step how to sign-in to the CloudLab testbed using your OneLab credentials, to reserve resources and to start an experiment.
Go to CloudLab and click on the cluster you are interested in.
The resources located at OneLab/FIT are described here: CloudLab Paris
We are grateful to the CloudLab Team for their partnership and kind support.
You are interested in joining OneLab team, in Paris? Please have a look at our current open vacancies:
If you are interested, please apply sending your CV and cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org and do not hesitate to contact us for further details before submitting an application.
From 17th to 18h April, the 2017 Global Future Network Development Summit took place in Nanjing Jiangning Development Zone (China). Themed with “Innovation and Win-Win Cooperation, Ushering in the Future Development”, this summit focussed on the development trends and construction of experiment facilities for future network and experiment application prospects, promoting the government-industry-university-institute collaboration. It conveys a very large audience with the most prominent stakeholders in Asia. An exhibition was also the opportunity to showcase the latest developments in various domains including 5G and IoT.
This 2-days-conference was organized around 10 sub-forums of 4 topics: Future Network and Technology Innovation; Future Network and Application Innovation; Future Network and Economic Development; Future Network and Cyberspace Security.
As a keynote speaker in the main conference opening session, Prof. Serge Fdida, Coordinator of FIT and President of OneLab, gave a presentation about the current situation of 5G research activities in Europe as well as the networking research beyond 5G and the next generation internet. The focus of these presentations was given to EU funding programmes, the current ones, like H2020, and future ones, such as the 9th Framework Programme for Research and Innovation.
Prof. Serge Fdida was also invited to present some concrete examples of applications and projects such as FIT Equipex and Research Infrastructure (French project), ARMOUR, F-Interop and EXCITING (all H2020 projects), and OneLab experimental facility. All these projects are implemented by UPMC’s OneLab team, part of LIP6 Laboratory (Laboratory of Computer Sciences).
Further information about the summit: http://www.gfnds.com/en/index.php
The platform R2Lab is a Wi-fi mesh testbed infrastructure suitable for testing wireless devices and heterogeneous wireless communication.
It will be inaugurated at Inria Sophia Antipolis' premises on Wednesday, November 9th in the presence of Antoine Petit, CEO of Inria and Serge Fdida (FIT).
R2Lab testbed offers an infrastructure with thirty-seven wireless nodes, for highly flexible experimentation in a array of wireless network, allowing experimenters test in many ways the optimizations in radio frequencies for wireless applications. The project priorizes scale and realism for supporting future wireless research.
Due to network maintainenance, the OneLab portal won't be available from 15:00 to 17:00 (CET) on 8th June 2016.
The OneLab Portal will be offline tomorrow May 23rd from 6 a.m. to 12 p.m. CET due to service maintenance.
A OneLab demo has been presented the IEEE INFOCOM 2016 conference in San Francisco in April. Loïc Baron (CNRS, Lip6) and Frederic Saint-Marcel (INRIA) gave a presentation during the conference's demo session session on Wednesday 13th April. The demo showed how to use the OneLab portal in order to depoy on-demand an IoT experiment over IPv6. The purpose of this experiment was to detect the presence of humans and robots in the coridor of the Grenoble site of FIT IoT-Lab testbed. Therefore, CoAP servers using ContikiOS have been developed to run on FIT IoT-Lab nodes. Data was sent directly over IPv6 from these nodes to a VM deployed in a Cloud at UPMC using OpenStack. A websocket dashboard has been implemented to display the live measurement results as well as the stream of the Grenoble Webcam.
ARMOUR is a H2020 EU project aimed at providing duly tested, benchmarked and certified Security & Trust technological solutions for large-scale IoT using upgraded FIRE large-scale IoT/Cloud testbeds properly-equipped for Security & Trust experimentations.
After the first FIT IoT-LAB workshop last year in Grenoble, which hosted 70 attendees, FIT IoT-Lab will be hosting a second edition at the Lille platform on October 14 & 15, 2015. The workshop will take place at Inria Lille - Nord Europe.
This workshop has the dual purpose of both allowing exchanges on research as well as presenting talks and tutorials on various topics on the IoT domain. It specifically targets experimentation through testing, verification, deployment, integration, management and federation of experimental platforms. The workshop will bring together people from several areas of research in academia and industry, providing for an exchange of ideas about the present and future of IoT.
The first day of the workshop will be dedicated to conference sessions; while the second day will be for tutorials on how to experiment on FIT IoT-LAB platforms.
More details, including the registration link, can be found on the FIT IoT-Lab website at https://www.iot-lab.info/workshop-iot-oct2015/.
Registration is free and mandatory for logistic purposes.