If you want to wrap your testbed, you need to do at most three things
If your testbed does not already have a webservices interface, you need to provide one through
which SFAWrap can interact with your testbed
If your testbed has a webservices interface that is different from that of other testbeds,
then you need to write what we call a driver for SFAWrap; this translates SFA originated queries
into queries for your testbed; you can use existing drivers as examples for developing your own
If your testbed has special resources that are not captured by an existing resource
description file format, then you need to extend SFAWrap’s parser to encode and decode
these resource specifications, or RSpecs; again, you can base your work on existing examples.
A Linux installation package for the Generic SFA Wrapper can be found here.
Here you will find the Installation Instructions.