O2.2 Develop at least one new OnionPerf model: An OnionPerf model defines the pattern of traffic that is generated by the instances for conducting a measurement.
For example, a bulk download model can be used to measure time to first byte and time to last byte simulating the download of a large file. In contrast, a ping/echo service model would be used to learn the round-trip time from a client sending a ping to receiving a pong back from a server, which more closely models a real-time chat application. These models allow us to evaluate distinct circumstances and collect distinct metrics, all of which are currently unavailable with the existing OnionPerf model. We will evaluate new OnionPerf models that will allow us to measure different network workloads and deploy at least one instance of these permanently. Deploying a new OnionPerf model allows us to gain new insight into the Tor network by taking measurements that are currently unavailable.