P2PStudio - Monitoring, Controlling and Visualization Tool for Peer-to-Peer Networks Research
Kotilainen, N., Vapa, M., Auvinen, A., Weber, M., & Vuori, J. (2006). P2PStudio - Monitoring, Controlling and Visualization Tool for Peer-to-Peer Networks Research. In Proceedings of the ACM international workshop on Performance monitoring, measurement, and evaluation of heterogeneous wireless and wired networks (PM2HW2N '06) (pp. 9-12). https://doi.org/10.1145/1163653.1163656
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Peer-to-Peer Studio has been developed as a monitoring, controlling and visualization tool for peer-to-peer networks. It uses a centralized architecture to gather events from a peer-to-peer network and can be used to visualize network topology and to send different commands to individual peer-to-peer nodes. The tool has been used with Chedar Peer-to-Peer network to study the behavior of different peer-to-peer resource discovery and topology management algorithms and for visualizing the results of NeuroSearch resource discovery algorithm produced by the Peer-to-Peer Realm network simulator. This paper presents the features, the architecture and the protocols of Peer-to-Peer Studio and the experience gained from using the tool for peer-to-peer networks research.
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