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1 The DutchGrid Platform Collaboration of projects from –Computer Science, HEP and service providers Participating and supported projects –Virtual Laboratory (national, follow-up) –Computer Science distributed cluster computer DAS-2 (national, 2002–) –EU DataGrid –EU DataTAG –D0 Grid Coordination is primary goal → resource sharing between different projects

2 Various Deliverables Security for local centres and the Grid at large –WP4 Gridification –IRTF AAAARCH research group –policy languages –inter-domain AAA protocol (for resource co-allocation) Large test bed taken from many organizations –see resource overview Applications –Common Application Toolkit architecture for LHC –VO support –Extensive Grid support for developers in experiments

3 Collaborating projects Virtual Laboratory for E-Science (VL-E) –information management mechanisms for Grid –application focus (LHC and meteorology to genomics) EU DataGrid/DataTAG –WP4: fabric management Gridification –WP7: networking, “own” 2.5 Gbit via SURFnet –WP8: Common Application Toolkit architecture Security work –Cert Authorities, Authorization, distributed AAA –standardization liaisons: IRTF, GGF –collaboration with industry in new proposals –components from Virtual Lab + other national projects

4 DutchGrid test beds KNMI Nijmegen Delft Leiden Amsterdam VU WCW Utrecht ASTRON Telin NIKHEF SARA UvA AMOLF DutchGrid site map David Groep, NIKHEF

5 Current resources for LHC Grid Dedicated resources for (Data)Grid –180 CPUs (PIII-1GHz) at NIKHEF –~ 20 TByte at SARA (national HPC service provider) –2x 1Gbit/s via SURFnet to Géant –experimental 2.5 Gbit/s to StarLIGHT Available additional resources –400 CPUs (PIII-1GHz) from University CS departments (DAS-2) Development and support –5 full-time staff at NIKHEF, ~2 fte at SARA more expertise at UvA (in DataTAG) and CS depts


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