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Operating a next generation media urban testbed

Operating a next generation media urban testbed
Operating a next generation media urban testbed
The adoption of 5G promises low latency and high throughput, greater adaptability of highly distributed compute and storage infrastructure, as well as configuration and management of a wide range of network services. This paradigm shift in network operations and usage results in a tighter integration
of the infrastructure with the platform that allows instantiating the media services. The setup of the infrastructure in use for an urban testbed requires operators to carefully plan to acquire equipment with the expected technical characteristics, as well as to meaningfully configure, integrate with the platform on top and setup tools to monitor it. In this paper we share our experience of deploying an infrastructure on the street that supports the FLAME platform. Specifically, we introduce key points to consider when first defining the infrastructure site and equipment, when configuring, operating and monitoring it; and when experiments are to be tested.
FLAME Consortium
Boniface, Michael
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Robitzsch, Sebastian
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Betzler, August
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Fernandex, Caroline
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Lamarca, Mariano
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Boniface, Michael, Robitzsch, Sebastian, Betzler, August, Fernandex, Caroline and Lamarca, Mariano (2020) Operating a next generation media urban testbed FLAME Consortium 5pp.

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Abstract

The adoption of 5G promises low latency and high throughput, greater adaptability of highly distributed compute and storage infrastructure, as well as configuration and management of a wide range of network services. This paradigm shift in network operations and usage results in a tighter integration
of the infrastructure with the platform that allows instantiating the media services. The setup of the infrastructure in use for an urban testbed requires operators to carefully plan to acquire equipment with the expected technical characteristics, as well as to meaningfully configure, integrate with the platform on top and setup tools to monitor it. In this paper we share our experience of deploying an infrastructure on the street that supports the FLAME platform. Specifically, we introduce key points to consider when first defining the infrastructure site and equipment, when configuring, operating and monitoring it; and when experiments are to be tested.

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Published date: 1 February 2020

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Local EPrints ID: 442273
URI: http://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/442273
PURE UUID: d9ba8361-524e-4b76-b9be-c36dca0b73fb

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Date deposited: 10 Jul 2020 16:31
Last modified: 28 Jul 2020 16:47

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Author: Michael Boniface
Author: Sebastian Robitzsch
Author: August Betzler
Author: Caroline Fernandex
Author: Mariano Lamarca

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