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>.
Don't Repeat Yourself: Seamless Execution and Analysis of Extensive Network Experiments
by Alexander Frömmgen, Denny Stohr, Boris Koldehofe and Amr Rizk. In: Proceedings of the 14th International Conference on emerging Networking EXperiments and Technologies (CoNEXT'18)
The following papers span over different topics such as video streaming, Multipath TCP and Topology Pattern Matching.