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© 2006 OpenGridForum Standards Orientation OGF-19, Tuesday, January 30, 2007 Lee, Cohen, Subramanian
© 2006 OpenGridForum 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 OpenGridForum 3 Standards Orientation Goal: Familiarize and engage OGF and wider grid community in the Requirements and Standards Alignment Process
© 2006 OpenGridForum 4 OGF Requirements Track Orientation Session Requirements Group Sessions (Pharma, Finance, Vendor Adoption, SN-CG, EGR-RG, etc. Rollup & Prioritization TSC Report-Out This is a plenary session for all persons involved in the requirements track Explain what Grid is in terms of the key requirements that OGF is currently addressing Direct requirements groups to evaluate relevance of OGF requirements relative to the individual needs of each group Individual requirements group sessions to determine how relevant are the requirements that OGF is currently addressing Rollup results from individual requirements groups and be able report- out on relevance of requirements that OGF is currently addressing Report-out on alignment gap of the requirements that OGF is currently addressing and the possible gap closure recommendations Set expectation for timeline of gap closures
© 2006 OpenGridForum 5 Requirements & Standards Alignment Promote requirements that OGF is already addressing WIN-WIN!! Steer OGF standards to be more relevant to the enterprise Relevance to OGF Relevance to Enterprise
© 2006 OpenGridForum 6 OGF Technical Strategy/Stakeholder Alignment Process OGF Technical Strategy & Roadmap Requirements Workshops Uses Cases Requirements Best Practices Architectures Specifications Milestones OGF Events OGF Document Series Technical Strategy Committee Standards Groups & Workshops Analysis, Interpretation & Prioritization of Requirements Application of Best Known Practices and Current Standards
© 2006 OpenGridForum 7 The OGF Alignment Process (A More Detailed View) ERG-RG Financial Telco Pharma EDA SN-CG Vendors Requirements Solicitation Applications Compute Data Infrastructure Management Architecture Security Standards Groups Requirements Rollup, Analysis & Prioritization (ERG-RG) TSC GAP Analysis What WGs are doing over time (spec roadmap) Composite roadmap Gap analysis btwn WG roadmap vs. prioritized Req Recommended actions Prioritized Req and Req Patterns Req Req and Req Patterns Requirements Specs Best Practices Req Best Practice Workshops Req
© 2006 OpenGridForum 8 TSC Gap Closure Recommendations ConditionRecommended Action UC covered by an existing OGF WG/spec(s) This is more of a communication issue, so attend existing group and communicate UC/spec association UC is not covered by an existing OGF WG/spec UC out of scope for OGF so no action Form a new Standards WG to create a specification Change the scope of existing WG Use Best Practice as an interim solutions (during standards development) Open Letter to the vendor/developer community to implement Handoff to another org
© 2006 OpenGridForum 9 Current OGF Standards Work Applications Distributed Resource Mgmt App. API WG (drmaa-wg) Grid Checkpoint Recovery WG (gridcpr-wg) Grid Information Retrieval WG (gir-wg) Grid Remote Procedure Call WG (gridrpc-wg) Simple API for Grid Applications Core WG (saga-core-wg) Architecture OGSA Naming Working Group (ogsa-naming-wg) Open Grid Services Architecture WG (ogsa-wg) Compute Grid Resource Alloc. Agreement Protocol WG (graap-wg) Job Submission Description Language WG (jsdl-wg) OGSA Basic Execution Services WG (ogsa-bes-wg) OGSA High Perf. Computing Profile WG (ogsa-hpcp-wg) OGSA Resource Selection Services WG (ogsa-rss-wg) Data Data Format Description Language WG (dfdl-wg) Database Access and Integration Services WG (dais-wg) Grid File System Working Group (gfs-wg) Grid Storage Management WG (gsm-wg) GridFTP WG (gridftp-wg) Info Dissemination WG (infod-wg) OGSA ByteIO Working Group (byteio-wg) OGSA Data Movement Interface WG (ogsa-dmi-wg) OGSA-Data Working Group (ogsa-d-wg) Infrastructure Grid and Virtualization Working Group (gridvirt-wg) Network Mark-up Language Working Group (nml-wg) Network Measurements Working Group (nm-wg) Management Application Contents Service WG (acs-wg) Configuration Description, Deployment, and Lifecycle Management WG (cddlm-wg) Glue Schema Working Group (glue-wg) OGSA Resource Usage Service WG (rus-wg) Usage Record WG (ur-wg) Security OGSA Authorization WG (ogsa-authz-wg) Trusted Computing Research Group (tc-rg)
© 2006 OpenGridForum 10 OGF-18 Grid Requirements Roll-up INFORMATION ARCHITECTURE Metadata Schemas, Ontologies & Semantics Data Profiling Data-tagging, including managing files DISCOVERY Detailed Asset Discovery API for Product Capability Discovery Extract information about a project or a product Lets users grab the right data -- categorizing data Content/Data Discovery Catalogue-based Data Access RESOURCE VIRTUALIZATION Dynamic Provisioning Capacity on demand Capacity grows as available Content Provisioning Provisioning and Capacity Management JOB MANAGEMENT Distributed Execution Job Submission Job control management Job Migration DATA MANAGEMENT Data Copy, Data Movement Backup Storage Policy Mgmt Replica Mgmt Caching (local disk, indexes, memory) Data Grid APIs GRID MANAGEMENT Mgmt Console GUI Asset Management and Topology Policy Management and Quotas Mitigate management overhead Transition/evolution models WORKFLOW Planning Management (Cent. & Dist.) SCHEDULING Meta scheduler, data aware MONITORING & EVENT NOTIF. Monitoring, Auditing and Alert Mgmt FAULT TOL. & ERROR MGMT Deep Error Analysis Error Audit Verification & Audit Root Cause Analysis Job error management Very high levels of uptime SECURITY Grid Identity Mgmt Strong Security Multiple domains ACCOUNTING & AUDITING Billing and Chargeback Chargeback models Business issues (charge back) Sarbanes-Oxley Support SYSTEM DEVEL & DEPLOY Simplify application development End-User Tools and Envs AUTONOMIC BEHAVIORS Monitoring Semantics Planning Action
© 2006 OpenGridForum 11 TS&R Simplified Specification Roadmap
© 2006 OpenGridForum 12 Synopsis of Some Standards (1/2) Simple API for Grid Applications A simple API that tries to hide most grid complexity while providing common look-and-feel for basic operations, e.g., remote file access, remote job management, etc. Does not replace lower level tools that actually do these functions. Distributed Resource Mgmt Application API Provides an API submit and manage remote jobs. Many attributes can be set prior to execution. Job Submission Description Language XML-based language for describing jobs to be submitted to a grid. Does not address actual job submission or management. OGSA-Data Movement Interface Will provide an abstract interface for data movement (point-to- point, third-party) that is transport-agnostic.
© 2006 OpenGridForum 13 Synopsis of Some Standards (2/2) Grid File Transfer Protocol This document builds on RFC 959 File Transfer Protocol for grids. Grid Security Infrastructure is incorporated, along with disk striping, channel striping, third-party transfer. Configuration Description, Deployment and Lifecycle Mgmt CDDLM consists of five documents and is based on SmartFrog (Smart Framework for Object Groups). The Configuration Description Language describes system configuration of components in the CDDLM Component Model. The Deployment API uses a deployment descriptor to manage deployment lifecycle. Open Grid Services Architecture, Web Services Resource Framework Basic Profile 1.0 The specifications considered in this profile are specifically those associated with the addressing, modeling, and management of state: WS-Addressing, WS-ResourceProperties, WS- ResourceLifetime, WS-BaseNotification, and WS-BaseFaults.
© 2006 OpenGridForum 14 BACK-UPS
© 2006 OpenGridForum 15 What Are the Failure Modes for this Process? OGF Technical Strategy & Roadmap Requirements Workshops Uses Cases Requirements Best Practices Architectures Specifications Milestones OGF Events OGF Document Series Technical Strategy Committee Standards Groups & Workshops Analysis, Interpretation & Prioritization of Requirements Application of Best Known Practices and Current Standards Skewed or non-rep. reqments Faulty or incomplete analysis WGs late or off-topic Standards Not Adopted
© 2006 OpenGridForum 16 1.Requirements The Progression of a Given Standard Whats really important for Vendors? 2.Standards 3.Product For standards under development at OGF, what are the adoption stumbling blocks? 1) Concept 2) Working Group3) Draft Specification4) Interoperability Testing5) Proposed Recommendation6) Full Recommendation7) Product (commercially supported) 8) Deployment (actual production use)
© 2006 OpenGridForum 17 What Are the Issues Surrounding Adoption of OGF Standards? Possible Issues: Too Broad/Too Large Too Monolithic Too Vague Too Specific (constraining) Off-target Don't need it Too Expensive to adopt Too Divergent from my business plan Too Late Technical Gap in one area prevents adoption of completed standard in another area The 800-lb. gorillas (MS, IBM, … ) are going to define it What are the Issues for Specific Standards? What are the Possible Mitigation Efforts? Every OGF standard should have an Adoption Strategy
© 2006 OpenGridForum 18 Standards Grid Domains Collaboration Grids Multiple institutions, secure, widely distributed, VOs Collaborative agreements & commercial partnerships Financial Model: Increase overall revenue Data Centre Grids Centralized management of multiple platforms Aggregation of enterprise resources and applications Financial Model: Reduce Total Cost of Ownership (TCO) Cluster Grids Networks of Workstations, Blades, etc. Cycle scavenging, Homogeneous workload Financial Model: Lower marginal costs
© 2006 OpenGridForum 19 Requirements/Standards Roadmap Requirements Roadmap R1-R10Defined R11-R15Defined R15-R20Defined OGF Standards Roadmap R1-R10 Comprehended in Specs xyz R11-R15 R15-R20 Grid Vendor Roadmap R1-R10 Comprehended in Products xyz R11-R15 R15-R20
© 2007Open Grid Forum OGF22, 25th February 2008 OGSA Data Architecture Mario Antonioletti.
© 2006 Open Grid Forum Joint Session on Information Modeling for Computing Resources OGF 20 - Manchester, 7 May 2007.
© 2006 Open Grid Forum Storage Networking Community Group.
© 2006 Open Grid Forum Joint Session on Information Modeling for Computing Resources (OGSA Modeling Activities) OGF 21 - Seattle, 16 October 2007.
© 2007 Open Grid Forum JSDL-WG Session OGF27 – General Session 10:30-12:00, 14 October 2009 Banff, Canada.
© 2006 Open Grid Forum Network Services Interface Introduction to NSI Guy Roberts.
© 2007 Open Grid Forum Grid & Virtualization Working Group OGF21 gridvirt-wg 2007 Seattle, WA Erol Bozak, Chair SAP, Development Architect Wolfgang Reichert,
© 2007 Open Grid Forum OGSA-RUS Specification Update, Adoption and WS-RF Profile Discussions (Molly Pitcher) Morris Riedel (Forschungszentrum Jülich –
© 2007Open Grid Forum GGF19, 1'st February 2007 OGSA Data Architecture Services Dave Berry & Allen Luniewski.
© 2008 Open Grid Forum Resource Selection Services OGF22 – Boston, Feb
© 2007 Open Grid Forum Towards Usage Record 2.0 Usage Record Working Group OGF21 – Seattle, WA October 2007 Donal Fellows University of Manchester, UK.
© 2006 Open Grid Forum Ellen Stokes, IBM Michel Drescher, Fujitsu Information Model, JSDL and XQuery: A proposed solution OGF-19 Chapel Hill, NC USA.
NMC-WG Session 2 October 28 th 2010, OGF 30 Jason Zurawski – Internet2 Roman Lapacz – PSNC/GÉANT3.
September 17 th, 2008 OGF 24, FVGA-WG: Firewall Virtualization for Grid Applications Firewall Virtualization for Grid Applications - Work Group
© 2007 Open Grid Forum DMTF-OGF Work Register Current and Proposed Items OGF 22 Boston, MA 26 February 2008.
© 2006 Open Grid Forum OGF19 Federated Identity Rule-based data management Wed 11:00 AM Mountain Laurel Thurs 11:00 AM Bellflower.
Feb OGF22NML-WG: Welcome and Introduction Welcome and Introduction Paola Grosso - UvA Martin Swany - UDelaware.
© 2007 Open Grid Forum OGSA and OGF Reference Model OGSA-WG General Session OGF19 OGSA-WG session #2 29 January, :30pm Chapel Hill, NC.
© 2006, 2007 Open Grid Forum Michel Drescher, FujitsuOGF-20, Manchester, UK Andreas Savva, FujitsuOGF-21, Seattle, US (update) Extending JSDL 1.0 with.
© 2007 Open Grid Forum JSDL-WG Session OGF21 – Activity schema session 17 October 2007 Seattle, U.S.
© 2006 Open Grid Forum Network Services Interface OGF29: Working Group Meeting Guy Roberts, 19 th Jun 2010.
© 2007 Open Grid Forum JSDL-WG Session 1 OGF25 – General Session 11:00-12:30, 3 March 2009 Catania.
June 2 nd, 2008 OGF 23, FVGA-WG-BoF: Firewall Virtualization for Grid Applications Firewall Virtualization for Grid Applications BOF
© 2006 Open Grid Forum 2 nd March 09 Enterprise Grid Requirements Research Group OGF25 EGR-RG Session Group.
© 2006 Open Grid Forum Inter-Cloud Workshop and Brainstorming Session OGF-29, June 22, 2010 Doubletree Hotel Chicago, Illinois, USA.
© 2006 Open Grid Forum Semantic Annotation of Service Level Agreement A lightweight annotation approach of WS- Agreement based specifications Ioannis Kotsiopoulos.
© 2006 Open Grid Forum JSDL Optional Elements OGF 24 Singapore.
© 2006 Open Grid Forum OGSA Next Steps Discussion Providing Value Beyond the Specifications.
© 2006 Open Grid Forum GridRPC Interoperability Test Response to comments Yusuke Tanimura.
PerfSONAR: Schema, Topology and Discovery Martin Swany.
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