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© 2006 Open Grid Forum Storage Networking Community Group
© 2006 Open Grid Forum 2 OGF IPR Policies Apply I acknowledge that participation in this meeting is subject to the OGF Intellectual Property Policy. Intellectual Property Notices Note Well: All statements related to the activities of the OGF and addressed to the OGF are subject to all provisions of Appendix B of GFD-C.1, which grants to the OGF and its participants certain licenses and rights in such statements. Such statements include verbal statements in OGF meetings, as well as written and electronic communications made at any time or place, which are addressed to: the OGF plenary session, any OGF working group or portion thereof, the OGF Board of Directors, the GFSG, or any member thereof on behalf of the OGF, the ADCOM, or any member thereof on behalf of the ADCOM, any OGF mailing list, including any group list, or any other list functioning under OGF auspices, the OGF Editor or the document authoring and review process Statements made outside of a OGF meeting, mailing list or other function, that are clearly not intended to be input to an OGF activity, group or function, are not subject to these provisions. Excerpt from Appendix B of GFD-C.1: Where the OGF knows of rights, or claimed rights, the OGF secretariat shall attempt to obtain from the claimant of such rights, a written assurance that upon approval by the GFSG of the relevant OGF document(s), any party will be able to obtain the right to implement, use and distribute the technology or works when implementing, using or distributing technology based upon the specific specification(s) under openly specified, reasonable, non- discriminatory terms. The working group or research group proposing the use of the technology with respect to which the proprietary rights are claimed may assist the OGF secretariat in this effort. The results of this procedure shall not affect advancement of document, except that the GFSG may defer approval where a delay may facilitate the obtaining of such assurances. The results will, however, be recorded by the OGF Secretariat, and made available. The GFSG may also direct that a summary of the results be included in any GFD published containing the specification. OGF Intellectual Property Policies are adapted from the IETF Intellectual Property Policies that support the Internet Standards Process.
© 2006 Open Grid Forum 3 Agenda topics Overview of SN-CG Activities Presentation and discussion about Storage GME project SNIA Grid Taskforce Update
© 2006 Open Grid Forum 4 SN-CG Progress Report Development of Storage GME project Basic project objectives defined Enterprise Grid Panel Organization Follow-up on initial SNW-Orlando event Coordination with other Data Area projects Requires further engagement with Data Area groups Collaboration with SNIA Grid Taskforce Storage Grid terms definition SGME work Cross-education
© 2006 Open Grid Forum Storage Grid Management Entity
© 2006 Open Grid Forum 6 Storage GME Definition of Basic Storage GME Based on Grid Management Entity concept developed by EGA See EGA Reference Model Applied to data storage elements in Grid Based on simple use cases (TBD) Work scope would include S-GME Specification development S-GME prototyping In full collaboration with SNIA GTf
© 2006 Open Grid Forum 7 Storage GME Project Initial Objectives Proof of concept Initial implementation experience Guide for further work Interoperable management layer Simple user-case scenarios
© 2006 Open Grid Forum 8 S-GME Longer Term Objectives Typical Data Center Requirements: Discovery Asset Management Replica Management Security Scripting Location Transparency Configuration Management
© 2006 Open Grid Forum 9 Storage GME Project – Selected Ingredients Grid Execution Engine Condor Open Source Interesting Stork project (data provisioning) Application: Video Rendering Application Scenarios to supply storage resource to rendering jobs S-GME Code TBD
© 2006 Open Grid Forum 10 1. Simple case Discover storage and available capacities Provision and setup xTB of scratch/temporary capacity for given task per compute node Provide location (exported mountpoint) scheduled task runs to completion De-provision capacity 2. Additional capability Apply a performance SLA Monitoring and rating of storage performance Rank performance of each storage container used Report performance Decision: do not use slow container for next task 3. Advance capability Determine that the data stored in temporary area is important (auditing, compliance, etc.) through an additional SLA Retain data after or during task completion via, Remote copy Cdp Backup Vtl snap Etc. S-GME Project Scenario
© 2006 Open Grid Forum 11 2. Simple Use Case Provision temporary storage Storage GME
© 2006 Open Grid Forum 12 Storage GME 2. Additional Capability Performance monitoring and reporting
© 2006 Open Grid Forum 13 Storage GME 3. Advanced Capability Replicate data for retention purposes
© 2006 Open Grid Forum Update from SNIA Grid Taskforce Ken Wood
© 2006 Open Grid Forum 15 Context Understanding how decoupling applications from the compute platform – Grid Computing Location transparency Computing is the execution platform of applications Decoupling data from the storage platform Location transparency Storage is the containers of data Storage Grids, December 2006 © 2006 Storage Networking Industry Association. All Rights Reserved.
© 2006 Open Grid Forum 16 Network Virtualization Information Enterprise GME Network N-GME Compute Virtualization Computing Application Storage Virtualization Storage Data Storage GME Compute GME D-GME A-GME GME: Grid Management Entity, as defined in EGA Reference Model v1.0 Context Storage Grids, December 2006 © 2006 Storage Networking Industry Association. All Rights Reserved.
© 2006 Open Grid Forum 17 Terms Storage for Grids Storage which meets the needs of Grid Computing as it may not have any internal grid architecture. SNIA should recommend that the term "Grid Storage" not be used to avoid confusion. Grid-based Storage is a class or category of storage solutions that have leveraged technologies from grid computing to create a grid-like internal architecture (horizontally scalable) to provide a storage capability. This type of storage may not expose its internal Grid-oriented capabilities to external management platforms for configuration and management, but is typically done in a proprietary fashion. Grid-managed Storage is a storage architecture that both has an internal grid architecture (horizontally scalable) and provides interfaces to this internal architecture in an open/standardized fashion such as to allow (Grid) management facilities to configure, provision, and otherwise define a needed storage service as required by the requesting entity. Storage Grids, December 2006 © 2006 Storage Networking Industry Association. All Rights Reserved.
© 2006 Open Grid Forum 18 Terms An enterprise grid is a collection of interconnected (networked) grid components under the control of a grid management entity The Grid Management Entity (GME) is that logical entity that manages – The grid components. The relationships between various grid components. Their life cycles. It is responsible for ensuring that the various grid components meet their goals, i.e. that the high level services and applications (eg ERP, BI, CRM etc.), deployed on the enterprise grid, meet their service level objectives within their operational constraints. Source: EGA Reference Model V1.0 Storage Grids, December 2006 © 2006 Storage Networking Industry Association. All Rights Reserved.
© 2006 Open Grid Forum 19 Terms Storage GME, S-GME is an instantiation of a GME specifically for managing storage and works in concert with the Enterprise or Global GME which manages all federated instantiations in a Grid, i.e. Compute GME, Network GME… Storage Grids, December 2006 © 2006 Storage Networking Industry Association. All Rights Reserved.
© 2006 Open Grid Forum 20 Storage for Grid Includes storage in many forms such as DAS, SAN, NAS (Gateways and Filers), file servers, ftp servers and other storage servers Managed locally Examples Non-Grid Consumer Grid Computing Storage Grids, December 2006 © 2006 Storage Networking Industry Association. All Rights Reserved.
© 2006 Open Grid Forum 21 Examples Grid-based Storage Grid Technologies, concepts, and architectures relating to storage Redundant Array of Independent Nodes Clustered file systems Distributed/Parallel file systems File/Namespace virtualization Storage virtualization File Area Networks Others? RAIN Clustered file systems Distributed/parallel file systems Storage Virtualization File/Namespace Virtualization Storage Grids, December 2006 © 2006 Storage Networking Industry Association. All Rights Reserved.
© 2006 Open Grid Forum 22 Examples Grid-managed Storage Interface Interface Interface Interface Interface Storage GME Enterprise or Global GME Storage Grids, December 2006 © 2006 Storage Networking Industry Association. All Rights Reserved.
© 2006 Open Grid Forum 23 Examples Grid-managed Storage - Reference Model Proposal EnterpriseGME Storage Grids, December 2006 © 2006 Storage Networking Industry Association. All Rights Reserved.
© 2006 Open Grid Forum SN-CG Next Steps
© 2006 Open Grid Forum 25 Next Steps Continuation of S-GME Project Development Framework (IP Friendly) Provide SMI-S Education (OGF20) Organize OGSA/Grid education for SNIA Coordinate activities with other Data Area groups Feedback on S-GME project / links with other OGF (Data) Projects GFS, GSM, Data WG…
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