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© 2006 Open Grid Forum OGF-22 Opening Keynote Craig A. Lee, President, OGF February 25, 2008 OGF-22, February 25-29, 2008 Hyatt Regency Cambridge
© 2008 Open Grid Forum 2 OGF THANKS OUR OGF-22 SPONSORS Lanyard SponsorDisplay Sponsors
© 2008 Open Grid Forum 3 AND SPECIAL THANKS TO OUR 2007/2008 ORGANIZATIONAL SPONSORS
© 2008 Open Grid Forum 4 PLATINUM
© 2008 Open Grid Forum 5 GOLD New! Renewed since OGF-21!
© 2008 Open Grid Forum 6 SILVER New! Renewed since OGF-21
© 2008 Open Grid Forum 7 OGF-22 Overview Cheryl Doninger PC Chair: Cheryl Doninger R&D Director, SAS Institute 30+ groups and BoFs in 53 sessions 3 Keynotes 8 Spec Adoption sessions 5 Workshops 6 Enterprise sessions 15 community sessions
© 2008 Open Grid Forum 8 OGF-22 Overview PC Chair: Cheryl Doninger R&D Director, SAS Institute 30+ groups and BoFs in 53 sessions 3 Keynotes Charlie CatlettCharlie Catlett, What OGF Can Do for Enterprises (A View from the CIO Office) Irving Wladawsky-BergerIrving Wladawsky-Berger, Cloud Computing, Grids and the upcoming Cambrian Explosion in IT Addison SnellAddison Snell, Grid Usage and Productivity in HPC 8 Spec Adoption sessions 4 Workshops 6 Enterprise sessions 15 community sessions
© 2008 Open Grid Forum 9 OGF-22 Overview Cheryl Doninger PC Chair: Cheryl Doninger R&D Director, SAS Institute 30+ groups and BoFs in 53 sessions 3 Keynotes 8 Spec Adoption sessions OMII-Europe, NML/NM, Authz, HPC-BP, GIN, SAGA, DRMAA, UNICORE 5 Workshops 6 Enterprise sessions 15 community sessions
© 2008 Open Grid Forum 10 OGF-22 Overview PC Chair: Cheryl Doninger R&D Director, SAS Institute 30+ groups and BoFs in 53 sessions 3 Keynotes 8 Spec Adoption sessions 5 Workshops Data Management Financial Services Grid Identity Providers OGC-OGF Collaboration Pharma, Biotech, and Life Sciences 6 Enterprise sessions 15 community sessions
© 2008 Open Grid Forum 11 OGF-22 Overview PC Chair: Cheryl Doninger R&D Director, SAS Institute 30+ groups and BoFs in 53 sessions 3 Keynotes 8 Spec Adoption sessions 4 Workshops 6 Enterprise sessions (4) Enabling the Next Gen IT Infrastructure Enterprise Requirements Best Practice 15 community sessions
© 2008 Open Grid Forum 12 Reality Check: The Gartner Hype Cycle
© 2008 Open Grid Forum 13 The Hype Is Over! I'm glad! Now we can get down to the serious work of focusing on key goals for grid use and adoption Strong world-wide community! Thought Leadership Series launched Collaborations launched In-depth workshops point to many attractive areas for important work For both research and industrial application Standards are starting to be adopted HPC Basic Profile, JDSL, BES -- others in pipeline OGF-Europe funded!
© 2008 Open Grid Forum 14 The Hype Is Over! Keeping OGF on a solid technical and financial foundation required a hard look at: Who exactly is our core constituency? Why do they needs grids? What do they want from OGF? What approach should OGF take as an organization with infrastructure and staff to address the needs of our core? BOD Tiger Team started work in October, 2007 BOD Tiger Team started work in October, 2007
© 2008 Open Grid Forum 15 Tiger Team Strategic Process OGF22 11th December Survey Launched February Data Analyzed Gaps Identified Data Collected 16th January WorkshopDiscuss w/ ADCOM 31st Programs Analyzed Priorities Identified Initial Proposal 12th Discuss w/ Adcom/GFSG 19th Proposal Refined Present Proposal To Board Refine options based on input; Decide, socialize & execute (Time boxed)
© 2008 Open Grid Forum 16 Tiger Team Highlights Survey solicited from ~200 invitees 74 completed surveys received Extensive analysis done Who responded What they wanted All possible courses of action considered Draft recommendations formed AdCom and GFSG engaged in complete process BOD will be briefed, Wed., Feb. 27 Town Hall, Part II, Wed., Feb. 27, 17:30 Town Hall, Part II, Wed., Feb. 27, 17:30
© 2008 Open Grid Forum 17 Evolutionary Pressures on OGF Nurture the community… Good events on hot topics … while nurturing key efforts that produce high impact results For example, HPC-BP Let a thousand flowers bloom… Broad community support and innovation … but put the fertilizer where it really seems like it will do the best During the peak of the hype phase, we could do anything But to achieve the Plateau of Productivity, we must carefully balance a thousand flowers and focused efforts. Play to our strengths Seek natural adjacencies for the development and use of grid technology An OGF "Manifesto A Vision/Mission Statement of who we are and what we want to be
© 2008 Open Grid Forum 18 Upcoming Important Efforts & Events OGF-Europe OGF-23 in Barcelona OGF-24 in Singapore
© 2008 Open Grid Forum 19 Q&A at the Town Hall meetings Part I: Tues., 12:45-13:45 Part II: Wed., 17:30-18:30 Thank You
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