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1 Workshop on HPC in India Challenges of Garuda : The National Grid Computing Initiative of India Subrata Chattopadhyay C-DAC Knowledge Park Bangalore, India ATIP 1 st Workshop on HPC in SC-09

2 S Chattopadhyay ATIP 1 st Workshop on HPC in SC-092 Outline  Introduction – C-DAC  Garuda overview  PoC Phase  Foundation phase  Current status  Challenges  Q & A

3 S Chattopadhyay ATIP 1 st Workshop on HPC in SC-093 C-DAC - Overview  Established in 1989 as a Resource Centre in System Software for High Performance Computing (HPC)  Activities cover HPC & Grid computing, Real Time & Dependable Computing, Heritage Computing, E- Governance, Education and Training  Houses C-DAC’s TeraScale Supercomputing Facility (CTSF) as a National HPC Facility  Several turn key projects in system software, real time systems and E-Governance for the domestic and foreign markets  Technical Members

4 S Chattopadhyay ATIP 1 st Workshop on HPC in SC-094 GARUDA - Overview  Proof of Concept phase of project completed in March 2008  Precursor to the National Grid Computing Initiative  Test Bed for grid technology/concepts and applications leading to the plan for the main grid initiative  Major Deliverables on PoC  Technologies, Architectures, Standards & Research Initiatives  Nation-wide high-speed communication fabric  Aggregation of Grid Resources  Deployment of Select applications of National Importance  Grid Strategic User Group  High-speed Networking Component in collaboration with ERNET

5 S Chattopadhyay ATIP 1 st Workshop on HPC in SC-095 Garuda MPLS Network

6 S Chattopadhyay ATIP 1 st Workshop on HPC in SC-096 Architecture GARUDA Resources Compute, Data, Storage, Scientific Instruments, Software,.. Access Methods Access Portal for SOA Problem Solving Environments Management, Monitoring & Accounting Paryaveekshanam Web MDS GARUDA Information Service GARUDA Accounting Security Framework IGCA Certificates MyProxy VOMS Resource Mgmt & Scheduling GridWay Meta- scheduler Resource Reservation Torque, Load Leveler Globus 4.x (WS Components)

7 S Chattopadhyay ATIP 1 st Workshop on HPC in SC-097 Grid Infrastructure – Resources  PARAM Padma and Linux Clusters have been setup at Pune, Hyderabad & Chennai  Grid Labs have been setup at three locations  Fourteen of the partner institutions contributing resources including satellite terminals ( aggregating to more than 1500 CPUs and over 60TB storage)

8 S Chattopadhyay ATIP 1 st Workshop on HPC in SC-098 GARUDA Partners  Motivation  To Collaborate on Research and Engineering of Technologies, Architectures, Standards and Applications in Grid Computing  To Contribute to the aggregation of resources in the Grid  Current Participation  36 research & academic institutions in the 17 cities  ERNET-HQ in Delhi  8 centres of C-DAC  Total of 45 institutions

9 S Chattopadhyay ATIP 1 st Workshop on HPC in SC-099 Virtual User Community  Astrophysics  High Energy Physics & Astronomy  Grid Technology  Disaster Management  Earth Science  Bioinformatics (Genome)  Computational Fluid Dynamics  Network Technology

10 S Chattopadhyay ATIP 1 st Workshop on HPC in SC-0910 Research Initiatives  Objective  Create the foundation for next generation grids by addressing long term research issues in the strategic areas of Knowledge and data management Programming models Architectures Grid Management and Monitoring Problem solving environments Tools and grid services  Research Initiatives in  Semantic Grids  Integrated Development Environment  Network Simulation  Mobile Agents  Grid File Systems  Resource Brokers

11 S Chattopadhyay ATIP 1 st Workshop on HPC in SC-0911 Collaborations  Space Application Centre, Ahmedabad  Disaster Management  Grid Middleware for Satellite Grids  Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore  Climate Modeling  Madras Institute of Technology, Chennai  Grid Middleware for Semantic Grid Services  Indian Institute of Technology, Mumbai  Computational Fluid Dynamics Package on PARAM Padma  University of Pune  Quantum Chemistry, Materials Modeling, Bioinformatics  INDMOL Molecular Package developed  EU-India Grid  BARC, C-DAC, ERNET, Saha Institute, TIFR, Univ. Pune  Consortium GARR, ICTP, INFN (Italy)  Cambridge University (UK)

12 S Chattopadhyay ATIP 1 st Workshop on HPC in SC-0912 GARUDA – POC - Overview  Proof of Concept phase of project completed in March 2008  Precursor to the National Grid Computing Initiative  Test Bed for grid technology/concepts and applications leading to the plan for the main grid initiative  Major Deliverables on PoC  Technologies, Architectures, Standards & Research Initiatives  Nation-wide high-speed communication fabric  Aggregation of Grid Resources  Deployment of Select applications of National Importance  Grid Strategic User Group  High-speed Networking Component in collaboration with ERNET

13 S Chattopadhyay ATIP 1 st Workshop on HPC in SC-0913 Highlights of GARUDA PoC  Building core technical competence in grid computing – development and deployment of Grid middleware, tools and services  Deployment of Cyberinfrastructure  High speed Networking  Resource aggregation (resources from various institutes/organizations)  Prototype Demonstration of Applications of National importance  Disaster Management (DMSAR)  Bioinformatics  Building the Grid community  Understanding research challenges in Grid computing

14 S Chattopadhyay ATIP 1 st Workshop on HPC in SC-0914 Garuda–Foundation Phase:  Test interoperability of Garuda with other international grids  Monitor and operate the high speed bandwidth Garuda network and grid resources  Upgrade Garuda resources  Demonstrate SOA framework that may lead to participation from Industry  Research on security and grid technologies  Establish certificate authority for national grid operation  Enable selected applications on grid environment

15 S Chattopadhyay ATIP 1 st Workshop on HPC in SC-0915 Achievements - Foundation Phase  Explored viability of commercial applications / services in areas of CAE and Molecular Docking on SOA GARUDA  Replaced commercial grid scheduler with OpenSource ‘Gridway’ meta scheduler  Exploring OpenSource solution for Data Grid through SRM as an alternate to SRB from Nirvana  Established the First CA in India to address security issues of grid – IGCA  Improved processing time from 6.1hrs to 54 mins for processing one set of Radar data (9GB) for the DMSAR application using the new resources of GARUDA (272 cores)  Winglet applications for processing 6000 winglets taking nearly 30 days to complete on ordinary machines were able to complete in 3 hours by harnessing the large computational power offered by GARUDA.

16 S Chattopadhyay ATIP 1 st Workshop on HPC in SC-0916 Objective of Operational Phase of Garuda To provide stable, robust, and efficient grid environment with guaranteed quality of service for various applications

17 S Chattopadhyay ATIP 1 st Workshop on HPC in SC-0917 Major components  Architecture and Framework  Middleware & Associated tools: Development, deployment and operational support  Migration to interoperation with international grids  Resource aggregation & coordination with resources initiative  Operational pilot of applications & coordination with new application initiatives

18 S Chattopadhyay ATIP 1 st Workshop on HPC in SC-0918 Garuda Services Resource Aggregation & Augmentation Participation – Intl Commn, Stds Forum Stabilize & Enhance – NKN, middleware, tools Next Gen Services Knowledge Dissemination Deploy Operational Applications Grid Enablement Support Migration to NKN Middleware & Tools Architecture & Framework

19 S Chattopadhyay ATIP 1 st Workshop on HPC in SC-0919 International Visibility

20 S Chattopadhyay ATIP 1 st Workshop on HPC in SC-0920 Eu-Indiagrid Project Goals  To support the interconnection and inter-operability of the prominent European Grid infrastructure (EGEE) with the Indian Grid infrastructure (Garuda National Grid Initiative, DAE-Grid) for the benefit of eScience applications;  To identify and aggregate research, scientific and industrial communities which may benefit from the use of Grid technology resulting in an eScience Network Community  To promote the use of advanced Grid technologies within the created Network Community relying on pilot applications in Biology and High Energy Physics Material Science, Earth and Atmospheric Sciences and specific outreach and dissemination activities  To disseminate European EGEE Grid technology achievements in India and leverage on Indian Grid experiences and skills.

21 S Chattopadhyay ATIP 1 st Workshop on HPC in SC-0921 Participants EUROPE  Italian National Institute of Nuclear Physics, INFN (project coordinator),  Metaware SpA,  Italian Academic and Research Network (GARR)  Cambridge University INTERNATIONAL  Abdus Salam International Centre for Theoretical Physics (ICTP) INDIA  Indian Education and Research Network (ERNET),  University of Pune,  SAHA Institute of Nuclear Physics, Kolkata,  Centre for Development of Advanced Computing (C-DAC),  Bhabha Atomic Research Centre, Mumbai  TATA Institute for Fundamental Research (Mumbai) National Centre for Biological Sciences (Bangalore)

22 S Chattopadhyay ATIP 1 st Workshop on HPC in SC-0922 Challenges!  Heterogeneous Resources  Policy across different administrative domains  Diverse requirements and priorities  Funding and sustainability  Killer Apps -  Interoperation and standards

23 S Chattopadhyay ATIP 1 st Workshop on HPC in SC-0923 Thank you!


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