Enabling the specification and operation of Federaration Scenarios for Experimentation
The FSToolkit is a development environment for specifying and operating Federation Scenarions. The editor is based on the textual modeling framework (TMF) of Eclipse and specifically the Xtext framework , which helps implementing rich editors by a definition of a specific syntax. The toolkit supports a family of Domain Specific Languages (DSLs), used by resource brokers, resource providers and experimenters, that have a defined meta-model as an abstract syntax. The meta-model is also capable to support a federation of federations. This means that the model and therefore the DSLs are capable to describe federation scenarios involving resources even from a pool of resource brokers. The presented support language tooling is available for the Eclipse workbench. FSToolkit enables Inter-testbed experimentation scenarios, ad hoc, on demand federation, reconfiguration and in general inter-cloud federation. See more on our wiki
An overview of the FSToolkit
learn how to use the FSToolkit to define and operate experimentation scenarios
FSToolkit has been tested with the latest Eclipse version . You need the Eclipse Modeling Tools edition so please go to http://www.eclipse.org/ and download it.
Lunch Eclipse and go to Help-> Install Modeling components. Make sure to check XPand, XText (and any others you wish). After installation restart Eclipse.
Install the FSToolkit plugins by going to Eclipse Help-> Install New Software… and then put the location: http://nam.ece.upatras.gr/fstoolkit/downloads/gr.upatras.ece.nam.fstoolkit.updatesite/
FSToolkit wiki: Describe and Control your experiments
For more information please check our project wiki