SFA Wrap is a community effort
We welcome you to join us and benefit from the SFA federation, yet without giving up of any of your own testbed
specific functionalities or features.
SFA Wrap is a free open source add-on. It offers you a channel to globally emerging tools and allows another channel to expose your resources to thousands of users - again without giving away your autonomy or control over your resources. You can give or take - or preferably both!
Take the SFA wrapper, give your specifics, contributions to drivers. You + we = we is better and bigger!
The development team is headed by lead developer Thierry Parmentelat, the Generic SFA Wrapper has been developed and the support continues by a team of experienced researchers:
Dr Thierry Parmentelat
Dr Thierry Parmentelat is a senior research engineer at INRIA Sophia-Antipolis, and is currently Technical Director of the OneLab experimental facility. His areas of interest include experimental testbeds, networking, and programming languages. Prior to joining INRIA, he has held various positions within the software industry; he has been CTO with Centile, a VOIP company; and has designed and implemented critical systems for various industrial sectors, such as nuclear energy and aerospace. He graduated from the École Polytechnique in 1984, and received his PhD in 1991.
Personal web page: http://planete.inria.fr/Thierry.Parmentelat/
Panayotis Antoniadis is a postdoctoral fellow at UPMC Sorbonne Universités (UPMC).
His main research contributions are in the economic modelling and incentive mechanisms for
peer-to-peer systems (2002-2006) and in distributed scheduling algorithms for high-speed switches (2000).
He is currently working on the design of incentive mechanisms for resource allocation and provision in
shared network facilities in the context of the OneLab experimental facility. He is also exploring the
provision of social incentives and social software design for community building over neighbourhood wireless
mesh networks. He has contributed to several European Union IST projects in the past (Ca$hman, MMAPPS, WIP, and OneLab2).
Personal web page: http://www-rp.lip6.fr/site_npa/site_rp/info_perso.php?cle=137
Jordan Augé is a research engineer at UPMC Sorbonne Universités (UPMC). His current research interests are focused on the conception of efficient distributed algorithms and the analysis of the Internet IP graph dynamics. He received a diploma in Computer Science Engineering from ENSIIE (Ecole Nationale Supérieure d'Informatique pour l'Industrie et l'Entreprise) in 2004. He was a PhD student at Orange Labs and Telecom ParisTech on the modeling and evaluation of a flow-level traffic engineering proposal that breaks with traditional approaches for QoS; then has spent a year in the Computer Laboratory of the University of Cambridge, working on high speed passive measurements.
Personal web page: http://jordan.auge.free.fr/
The development of SFA Wrapper and the work in progress for the library of various testbed drivers is enabled by the following national (ANR) and European (FP7-FIRE) funded projects: