Dynamically Allocated Virtual Clustering Management System User's Guide

Report No. ARL-SR-0366
Authors: Kelvin M Marcus
Date/Pages: November 2016; 38 pages
Abstract: The Dynamically Allocated Virtual Clustering Management System (DAVC) is an experimentation infrastructure that provides the means to dynamically create, deploy, and manage virtual clusters of heterogeneous nodes within a cloud computing environment. The system allows researchers to create virtual clusters of nodes that can be used for experimentation, software development, and integration with existing hardware and software. This report provides usage instructions for the DAVC version 2.0 web application.
Distribution: Approved for public release
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Last Update / Reviewed: November 1, 2016