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16 th Oct’02Nick Brook – University of Bristol1 News Nick Brook University of Bristol PMB News Feedback from “review” LCG News
16 th Oct’02Nick Brook – University of Bristol2 PMB News Meeting with Oversight Committee successful Asked risk register by 15 th Dec Documentation on CERN production Grid Meet in future 1 month after quarterly reports PMB “short-term” goals: Generic GridPP portal ?? (see LCG news) Increase use of Grid certificates ??
16 th Oct’02Nick Brook – University of Bristol3 PMB News Long-term plans Continue supporting Tier-1/A staff Continue ramp up of Tier-1/A hardware –UK leading role in computing infrastructure for LHC Support for Tier-2 staff –Complementary to University funding Continued support for Applications development –Beyond middleware data-handling interfaces? –As part of rolling grant programme? Continued support for Middleware development –including Framework VI EGEE project [DataGrid'] Ramp up of Tier-2 hardware –available via University SRIF/JREI/future funding? Continued support of CERN staff Continued ramp up of CERN hardware
16 th Oct’02Nick Brook – University of Bristol4 PMB News
16 th Oct’02Nick Brook – University of Bristol5 Review “feedback” General Applications are beginning to deliver Need to co-ordinate reporting Deliverables match Dave B ProjectPlan (now available off EB web page) New, expt specific templates will be provided to achieve that goal “Deliverables” are not set in stone – but OSC have now seen them. Any changes need justification Queries from reporting procedure have been addressed to directly EB contacts Expts will be requested to provide “demonstrations” of functionality of prototypes (corresponding to major deliverables) at future GridPP collaboration meeting
16 th Oct’02Nick Brook – University of Bristol6 LCG News 1 st (pre-)release of persistency software (POOL) – 3 rd October Targets navigational support Release tool is CMT & SCRAM Decision hoped CMT vs SCRAM by next release http://lcgapp.cern.ch/project/persist/ Blueprint RTAG has reported to SC2 Plan to have two IT seminars @CERN (!!) i.LCG approach ii.ROOT approach See today’s agenda page for a copy of report
16 th Oct’02Nick Brook – University of Bristol7 LCG News LCG Software Process & Infrastructure work plan Proposed development cycle for the LCG application area projects SPI must support it adequately
16 th Oct’02Nick Brook – University of Bristol8 LCG News LCG Software Process & Infrastructure work plan SPI will follow it too -Releasing as soon as possible -Work with users -Having a simple view on the process
16 th Oct’02Nick Brook – University of Bristol9 LCG News LCG Software Process & Infrastructure release schedule December 2002 - Beta Versions –Many components will be available before February 2003 - Version 1.0 –All components and services except Software Library (but basic), Project portal (but basic) –Monitoring if resources will need to be injected May 2003 - LCG Test - Version 1.1 –Software Library, Project portal and all features –Standard templates and tools available September 2003 - Version 1.2 –LCG software process –Standards for user specifications –Design guidelines and specifications end of 2003 until 2005 –Development Version 2, support and maintenance
16 th Oct’02Nick Brook – University of Bristol10 LCG News First Grid Deployment Board meeting in Milano – Oct 4 th WG1: Selection of Grid Middleware to be deployed on LCG-1 –Technical Assistant: David Foster –Chair: J.Renner Hansen –Members: Eric van Herwijnen, Laura Perini, Tony Wildish, Yves Schutz, Simon Lin WG2: Resource planning –Technical Assistant: Ian Bird –Chair: V.White –Members: Wolfgang Von Ruden, David Stickland, Gilbert Poulard, Klaus-Peter Mickel, Slava Ilyin, Federico Carminati, Anders Ynnerman WG3: LCG-1 Security, Authentication, authorization and registration policy. –Technical Assistant:D. Kelsey –Chair:M.Delfino –Members: Thomas Kachelhoffer, Randy Sobie, Vicky White WG4: Real operations procedures –Technical Assistant:T. Cass –Chair:F. Ruggieri –Members: John Gordon, Tony Wildish, Hiroshi Sakamoto, Klaus-Peter Mickel WG5: User support model. –To be defined Presentations: http://cern.ch/lcg/peb/gdb/milano_4oct02/presentations/
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