PlanetLab: an overlay testbed for broad-coverage services

Abstract

PlanetLab is a global overlay network for developing and accessing broad-coverage network services. Our goal is to grow to 1000 geographically distributed nodes, connected by a disverse collection of links. PlanetLab allows multiple service to run concurrently and continuously, each in its own slice of PlanetLab. This paper discribes our initial implementation of PlanetLab, including the mechanisms used to impelment virtualization, and the collection of core services used to manage PlanetLab.

DOI: 10.1145/956993.956995

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@article{Chun2003PlanetLabAO, title={PlanetLab: an overlay testbed for broad-coverage services}, author={Brent N. Chun and David E. Culler and Timothy Roscoe and Andy C. Bavier and Larry L. Peterson and Mike Wawrzoniak and Mic Bowman}, journal={Computer Communication Review}, year={2003}, volume={33}, pages={3-12} }