We are excited to announce the first FABRIC facility port at Chameleon’s University of Chicago site. With this facility port, users can deploy experiments that span Chameleon and FABRIC.
We have created and shared a new Jupyter notebook that shows a better way to combine standard isolated Chameleon networks with DirectStitch capabilities. This more advanced method shows how to separate management of the stitched links from the compute nodes.
Chameleon eliminates the need to involve campus IT staff and enables access to direct public cloud network connections to all Chameleon users. It is now possible for any user to experiment with these advanced cloud networking technologies using Chameleon resources without the need for complicated campus networking configuration. Learn more about the capability in this blog.
Chameleon's DirectStitch capabilities enable isolated direct OSI layer 2 connections between tenant networks and external facilities, including other Chameleon sites.
Chamaleon now supports isloated OpenFlow experiements controlled by users. This tips blog post shows you how to get started using OpenFlow on Chameleon.
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