SONoMA was designed to perform complex network measurements, handle heterogeneous measurement devices, automatically store results in a public database, and protect against malicious users. Its purpose is to characterize the structure, dynamics, and operational state of the Internet via distributed measurements. SONoMA combines the flexibility of mature network measurement infrastructures such as PlanetLab or ETOMIC with the general accessibility of public services like web-based bandwidth measurement or traceroute servers. SONoMA is a functional prototype system designed to demonstrate these capabilities.
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