MACI is a framework for the management, scalable execution, and interactive analysis of extensive network evaluations consisting of a large number of experiments.
MACI is self-explaining and provides a web interface at http://<SERVER_IP>:63658 (e.g., http://localhost:63658). Use one of the following options to get started:
git clone https://github.com/AlexanderFroemmgen/maci.git cd maci ./install.sh ./start.sh
docker-composeas described here.
Frankfurt. Follow these steps to start your AWS AMI:
EC2service and select
Community AMIs, search for
maci-v1, and click
./start.sh. You may want to use ssh port forwarding to access the web interface, e.g., with the following command
ssh -L 63658:localhost:63658 8888:localhost:8888 <host>.
Check out our paper on MACI for more details. If you use MACI in scientific papers, please use the following citation.
Don't Repeat Yourself: Seamless Execution and Analysis of Extensive Network Experiments
by Alexander Frömmgen, Denny Stohr, Boris Koldehofe and Amr Rizk
The following papers span over different topics such as video streaming, Multipath TCP and Topology Pattern Matching.