As we talk with potential FABRIC collaborators, we are getting a lot of wonderful questions. We’ve created a list of questions that we hear often to help you navigate your own FABRIC curiosities.
FABRIC nodes also support a Bring Your Own Equipment (BYOE) model of contributions. Contributions of hardware to FABRIC can take a number of forms:
BYOE contributions are subject to a number of constraints:
Contributed hardware will be linked into the FABRIC management plane and individual resources become provisionable via FABRIC CF. More details on BYOE support can be found in the FABRIC Node Design document.
If you are interested in collaborating internationally with us, please complete the Get Involved form at our website.
In order to support the widest possible variety of experiments spanning from blue-sky future Internet ideas to support for novel production science workflows, FABRIC will provide on-demand connectivity with production networks and facilities, to allow experimenters mix and match production and experimental resources in combinations that make sense for their experiments.
What is FABRIC?
Below are two resources—a presentation and a webinar—that may provide further information to assist with answering your FABRIC questions.