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1 EGEE-II INFSO-RI Enabling Grids for E-sciencE EGEE and gLite are registered trademarks South West Europe Federation (SWE) Partner: Red.es / RedIRIS Gabriel Amoros

2 Enabling Grids for E-sciencE EGEE-II INFSO-RI Red.es/RedIRIS EGEE-II NA2 2 Red.es/RedIRIS –Red.es is a public institution in charge of promoting Information Society in Spain –One of its mission is to manage RedIRIS, the Spanish National Research and Education Network  The main task of RedIRIS is the provision of connectivity services for the Spanish academic and research community (+300 affiliated institutions) Centers participating in Grid projects are among the main users of the network, and their needs are taking into account when defining its topology  RedIRIS also provides services related to middleware, applications and security – including services for the Grid community  RedIRIS disseminates among its affiliated institutions the use of new ICT services (like Grid services), and it also provides some training courses  RedIRIS is a key element of e-science in Spain

3 Enabling Grids for E-sciencE EGEE-II INFSO-RI Red.es/RedIRIS EGEE-II NA2 3 RedIRIS and Grid Projects RedIRIS has been participating in EU-funded Grid Projects for several years –CrossGrid –DATAGrid –EGEE / EGEE-II (expected in EGEE III) –EUMEDGRID –EELA At National level, RedIRIS has also been very active –It created IRISGrid, the first group that got together all the main research groups working in this field –As indicated in the Spanish White Book on E-Science, RedIRIS is playing a major role in the creation of the Spanish Network for e-Science (which includes a NGI and a JRU called ES-GRID) –RedIRIS also participates in the IBERGRID collaboration project between the Portuguese and Spanish Research Groups working in this field

4 Enabling Grids for E-sciencE EGEE-II INFSO-RI Red.es/RedIRIS EGEE-II NA2 4 RedIRIS in EGEE-II SA1: Grid Operations, Support and Management (48 PM) –Grid Security and incident response  Grid incident response coordination in the region  Security vulnerability and risk analysis  CA management  Participation at Joint Security Policy Group (JSPG) and EUGridPMA –Network Monitoring NA2: Dissemination and Outreach (12 PM) –Responsible (together with CSIC) for EGEE dissemination in Spain NA3: Training (12 PM) –Responsible (together with CSIC) for EGEE Training in Spain NA5: Policy and International Cooperation (unfunded) –Support project activity on international cooperation, in particular through collaboration with e-IRG

5 Enabling Grids for E-sciencE EGEE-II INFSO-RI Red.es/RedIRIS EGEE-II NA2 5 RedIRIS and EGEE-II NA2 (I) Personnel involved –María Bolado  PR Manager of RedIRIS from 1993 until June 2007 Her departure has slowed down some of the on-going activites related to EGEE-II NA-2 Her position has been recently taken over by a new PR manager of RedIRIS: Cristina Lorenzo –Diego López  Coordinator of middleware, applications and security of RedIRIS  Member of the Technical Committee of TERENA (association of European National Research and Education Networks, “NREN”), leader of the TERENA Task Force on Middleware and Collaboration (TF-EMC2) and Member of the Internet 2 Middleware Committee (MACE) Diego López is actively promoting, through TERENA, an increased cooperation between NRENs and Grid Projects, as well as the coordination of some support services –Antonio Fuentes  Engineer, coordinator of the IRISGrid initiative; contributes to the creation of the Spanish Network for e- Science; participates at EGEE-II, EUMEDGRID, EELA and IberGrid; attends regularly OGF meetings; cooperates with several Grid projects in Latinoamerica –Alberto Pérez  Deputy Director of RedIRIS; member of the TERENA Executive Committee; coordinates EGEE-II NA2 efforts; contributes to the creation of the Spanish Network for e-Science (e.g., in charge of creating the basis for ES-GRID, the Spanish JRU) –Tomás de Miguel (unfunded)  Director of RedIRIS; plays a key role in the creation of the Spanish Network for E-science (including participation at working groups for the creation of NGI and ES-GRID JRU); participates at IBERGRID

6 Enabling Grids for E-sciencE EGEE-II INFSO-RI Red.es/RedIRIS EGEE-II NA2 6 Talks at external events (I) –Diego López, “eduGAIN”, 6th TERENA NRENs and Grids Workshop, Málaga, –Antonio Fuentes, “Grid & middleware”, XXIII Grupos de Trabajo de RedIRIS, Universidad Complutense, Madrid, –Antonio Fuentes y Tomás de Miguel, “Hacia un modelo de infraestructura estable de Grid para la Comunidad Científica Española”, Escuela de Verano en Computación Grid, Universidad de Castilla La Mancha, Albacete, –Antonio Fuentes, “Spanish E-Science Network and National Grid Initiative in the Framework of the European Grid Initiative”, 1st IBERGRID Conference, CESGA, Santiago de Compostela, –Antonio Fuentes, “Construyendo infraestructuras de soporte para e-ciencia”, Jornadas de E-Ciencia, CIEMAT, Madrid, –Antonio Fuentes, “Grid científico y redes académicas”, CICA, Sevilla, febrero 2007 RedIRIS and EGEE-II NA2 (II)

7 Enabling Grids for E-sciencE EGEE-II INFSO-RI Red.es/RedIRIS EGEE-II NA2 7 Talks at external events (II) –Esther Robles, participation at panel “Network Operations, Grid Operations: marriage or convenience?”, 4th TERENA NRENs and Grids Workshop, Amsterdam, –Antonio Fuentes, “IRISGrid”, XXII Grupos de Trabajo de RedIRIS, Universidad de Granada, Granada, –Antonio Fuentes, “Hacia las NGIs”, Escuela de Verano de la Universidad Complutense de Madrid, Madrid, julio –Antonio Fuentes, “Grid Computing”, XXI Grupos de Trabajo de RedIRIS, Universidad Autónoma de Madrid, Madrid, –Carlos Fuentes, “Grid Security Incident Handling”, 3rd TERENA NRENs and Grids Workshop, Paris, RedIRIS and EGEE-II NA2 (III)

8 Enabling Grids for E-sciencE EGEE-II INFSO-RI Red.es/RedIRIS EGEE-II NA2 8 Organized events –IRISGrid Meetings  Grupos de Trabajo in June 2006 (Madrid), November 2006 (Granada), June 2007 (Madrid), November 2007 (Oviedo) –Jornadas Técnicas 2006 and 2007 (+350 participants) They include several sessions related to Grid E.g.: JJTT 2007 – Keynote speaker: W. Gentzsch, coordination of D-Grid, “Building and Operating Major e-Science Initiatives – Lessons learned and Recommendations” –Grid-related talks in “Foro Herramientas Colaborativas”, organized by RedIRIS and the University of Vigo, February 2006 –Indirect dissemination activities in related NA3 events  Tutorials in Madrid (oct – 40 participants and may 2007 – 40 participants), Seville (sept – 25 participants) and Oviedo (nov – 20 participants) Participation at several meeting and fora related to Grid –Including EGEE Meetings, OGF, national meetings RedIRIS and EGEE-II NA2 (IV)

9 Enabling Grids for E-sciencE EGEE-II INFSO-RI Red.es/RedIRIS EGEE-II NA2 9 Dissemination of EGEE Promotional Material –Dissemination of EGEE promotional material at several events  Jornadas Técnicas of RedIRIS, Granada 2006 & Oviedo 2007  Grupos de Trabajo of RedIRIS in June 2006 (Madrid), November 2006 (Granada), June 2007 (Madrid), November 2007 (Oviedo)  1st IBERGRID Conference, CESGA, Santiago,  1st E-Science Workshop, CIEMAT, Madrid,  EGEE booth at Grid Conference 2006, Barcelona, –Dissemination of EGEE invitations and press-releases through IRISGrid distribution list RedIRIS and EGEE-II NA2 (V)

10 Enabling Grids for E-sciencE EGEE-II INFSO-RI Red.es/RedIRIS EGEE-II NA2 10 Translation of EGEE Factsheets and Press Releases –Translation of all EGEE factsheets (approx. 20)  On-going translation of updated versions of some of those factsheets –Translation of several EGEE Press Releases and dissemination through the Red.es list of media contacts (+100 media) Publications –RedIRIS monographic bulletin on Grid services (Dec. 06) –Regular updates of Grid-related activities in all RedIRIS bulletins (quarterly) – sent to subscribers –Interview to Tomás de Miguel (Director of RedIRIS) published in the leading Spanish newspaper El País, April 2006 – with several references to Grid services and projects –Publication of Grid-related information in the Red.es bulletin RedIRIS and EGEE-II NA2 (VI)

11 Enabling Grids for E-sciencE EGEE-II INFSO-RI Red.es/RedIRIS EGEE-II NA2 11 Visibility on Internet –IRISGRID website  Includes information on pkIrisGrid, events, Grid information (including information used for training courses) –Project for a EGEE Local website (on-going) Relations with Government and Industry –Frequent meetings with:  The State Secretary on Universities and Research, the Secretary General for Research and Scientific Policy and the Director General of Technological Policy of the Ministry for Education and Science  The State Secretary for Telecommunications and Information Society of the Ministry for Industry, Tourism and Trade –Strong contribution to the set-up of the Spanish network for e-Science (including the Spanish NGI and the Spanish JRU ES-GRID) and of the Pan-Iberian IBERGRID project –Ad-hoc meetings with several companies interested in Grid services (Telefonica, Spanish branches of Sun, HP, IBM, etc.) RedIRIS and EGEE-II NA2 (VII)


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