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©2006 University of Southampton IT Innovation Centre and other members of the SIMDAT consortium A SIMDAT Perspective on Grid Standards and Specifications.

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1 ©2006 University of Southampton IT Innovation Centre and other members of the SIMDAT consortium A SIMDAT Perspective on Grid Standards and Specifications Mike Boniface IT Innovation Centre ETSI GRID Standardization Meeting 24 May 2006 Sophia Antipolis

2 ©2006 University of Southampton IT Innovation Centre and other members of the SIMDAT consortium IST EU SIMDAT Project Four sectors of international economic importance: Automotive Pharmaceutical Aerospace Meteorology Seven Grid-technology development areas: Grid infrastructure Distributed Data Access VO Administration Workflows Ontologies Analysis Services Knowledge Services

3 ©2006 University of Southampton IT Innovation Centre and other members of the SIMDAT consortium SIMDAT Partners Capability ProvidersGrid TechnologistsEnd Users

4 ©2006 University of Southampton IT Innovation Centre and other members of the SIMDAT consortium Demanding Business Drivers Multi-disciplinary collaborative configuration design of complex aerospace products Integration of the product design process chain (CAE/CAD/CAT) including external engineering companies, developers and suppliers Drug discovery environment managing the distribution of both public and commercial bioinformatics data and analysis services Virtual Global Information System Centre supporting the distribution and integration of large scale meteorology data providers

5 ©2006 University of Southampton IT Innovation Centre and other members of the SIMDAT consortium SIMDAT Architecture Core Security Resource Management Data Workflow Information Problem Solving Environments Execution Management

6 ©2006 University of Southampton IT Innovation Centre and other members of the SIMDAT consortium SIMDAT Architecture Core Security Resource Management Data Workflow Information Problem Solving Environments Execution Management WS-I/WSRF/WS-N WS-Trust, WS-... WSDM/WS-Agreement JSDL/UDAP BPEL/DPML/SCUFL OGSA-DAI UDDI, ebXML, OWL-S Functionality Business Models

7 ©2006 University of Southampton IT Innovation Centre and other members of the SIMDAT consortium SIMDAT Grid Solution Portfolio Core Security Resource Management Data Workflow Information Problem Solving Environments Execution Management IGOR TUAM SEMANTIC REGISTRY

8 ©2006 University of Southampton IT Innovation Centre and other members of the SIMDAT consortium SIMDAT Aerospace Technologies Core Security Resource Management Data Workflow Information Problem Solving Environments Execution Management

9 ©2006 University of Southampton IT Innovation Centre and other members of the SIMDAT consortium GRIA Overview (http://www.gria.org) Open source Grid middleware aimed at supporting B2B collaboration based on proven e-Commerce principles V4.3.0 has easy-to-use yet powerful functionality –business-to-business accounting and QoS services –distributed file transfer, storage and processing –OGSA-DAI database services –inter-domain distributed workflow using Taverna V5.0 to be released May 2006 Aligned with key Grid/web service standards and specifications –WSRF Profile, WS-N, WS-Federation, WS-I Basic Profile and WS-I Basic Security Profile

10 ©2006 University of Southampton IT Innovation Centre and other members of the SIMDAT consortium GRIA: Supporting the needs of business Develop Grid infrastructure to support cost effective dynamic business collaborations Some important business drivers that we need to support –minimal authorisation and administration –explicit trust decision points and value exchange –unite customers and suppliers based on SLAs rather than a community-based resource provision –higher-levels of management grounded in business objectives –firewall and network friendly –compliance with industrial operational security policies (ISO/IEC 17799:2005)

11 ©2006 University of Southampton IT Innovation Centre and other members of the SIMDAT consortium SIMDATs Industrial Grid Profile Whitepaper aimed at industrial Grid users from SIMDAT Grid technologists (Intel, NEC and IT Innovation) Motivated by business needs –Understand issues with key Grid-related specifications when applied to industrial applications security, operational, performance requirements –Recommend how the specifications can be safely adopted –Publish industrial Grid profiles to wider community –Engage with appropriate initiatives to influence future direction of specifications Currently under internal review, looking to publish Q following proof of concept deployments

12 ©2006 University of Southampton IT Innovation Centre and other members of the SIMDAT consortium Some Key Specifications and Standards WS-Addressing (WS-A) –describes the encapsulation and use of a (possibly contextualised) Web Service address via End Point References (EPR) Web Service Resource Framework (WSRF) –collection of specifications, which describes a particular use of WS-Addressing to access resources via contextualised Web Services WS-Notification (WSN) –collection of specifications, which builds further on WSRF to define patterns for transmitting notifications between Web Services OGSA WSRF profile –defines normative functionality expected of an OGSA-compliant Grid, building on WSRF and WSN. Others under analysis include WSDM, WS-Agreement, WS-Trust, WS-Federation, JSDL, etc

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