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1 Grid Initiatives for e-Science virtual communities in Europe and Latin America WP6: Infrastructure & Application-oriented Services for User Communities Work Plan and Roadmap Francisco Brasileiro Universidade Federal de Campina Grande – UFCG (Brazil) Vanessa Hamar Centre de Physique des Particules de Marseille – CNRS/CPPM (France) Kick-off Meeting, 21 st – 24 th September, 2010 San Luis Potosí (Mexico)

2 Outline Goals Success Metrics Team Modus Operandi –Management –Development –Support Service Portfolio Internal Milestones for 1 st Year 2 KoM – 23/09/2010 – San Luis de Potosí, Mexico

3 WPs Goals as Described in the DoW The objective of … [WP6] is to enhance the grid experience of both users and system administrators by providing them with a portfolio of application-related and infrastructure-related Grid Services and the appropriate support to allow them to use these services adequately. The portfolio of services is mainly formed by the services developed in the context of the EELA-2 project and new services to be developed in the context of GISELA. 3 KoM – 23/09/2010 – San Luis de Potosí, Mexico

4 Success Metrics As stated in the DoW KoM – 23/09/2010 – San Luis Potosí, Mexico 4

5 Success Metrics As should always be in the minds of WP6 team –Provide the services that will facilitate as much as possible The growth, management and monitoring of the e-infrastructure The porting and execution of applications KoM – 23/09/2010 – San Luis Potosí, Mexico 5

6 WPs Team UFCG (28 PM) –Francisco Brasileiro (WP manager), Nazareno Andrade, Guilherme Santos, Tarciso Oliveira, Rodolfo Viana CPPM/CNRS (26 PM) –Vanessa Hamar (WP deputy manager), Andrei Tsaregorodtsev UNIANDES (20 PM) –Harold Castro, Mario Villamizar, Germán Sotelo, Claudia Jiménez INFN (6 PM) –Diego Scardaci 6 KoM – 23/09/2010 – San Luis de Potosí, Mexico

7 WPs Management Modus Operandi One management meeting per month (normally via skype) with one representative from each institution involved –First one took place yesterday Summary of activities sent by institution representative to management by every fortnight Technical meetings will be schedule as required with the people concerned 7 KoM – 23/09/2010 – San Luis de Potosí, Mexico

8 WPs Development Modus Operandi Development –Common tracking tool Redmine Issues Task management –Distributed repositories EELA-2 services (maintained by INFN) OurGrid middleware (maintained by UFCG) DIRAC (maintained by CERN) Customized virtual clusters (maintained by UFCG) 8 KoM – 23/09/2010 – San Luis de Potosí, Mexico

9 WPs Support Modus Operandi (1/2) Support tools –Project web page and service specific web pages FAQ Service description, manual and documentation –Mailing lists Support for application-oriented services Support for infrastructure-oriented services Existing lists for more established services (eg. OurGrid, DIRAC) –Online assistance Mainly for speeding up service deployment 9 KoM – 23/09/2010 – San Luis de Potosí, Mexico

10 WPs Support Modus Operandi (1/2) Work in close cooperation with WP3 and WP4 –Define priorities and common actions –Help in training activities –Share tools Ticket system for reporting issues with production software Mailing lists for announcing new services WP3 help to WP6 –Prospect VRCs to identify the need for new services –Validate new services WP4 help to WP6 –Collaborate in the installation and test of new services developed 10 KoM – 23/09/2010 – San Luis de Potosí, Mexico

11 Service Portfolio (1/3) Application-related Services –Data Management Digital archives Secure storage Cooperative annotation of data –Job management DIRAC (better match making and customised scheduling) OurGrid (scheduling of bag-of-tasks jobs) Workflow for OurGrid jobs WatchDog (monitoring and control of job execution on the gLite Worker Node) –Catalogue and file management lcg-rec toolkit (recursive version of the lgc-* suite of commands) 11 KoM – 23/09/2010 – San Luis de Potosí, Mexico

12 Service Portfolio (2/3) Infrastructure-related Services –Support for resource centre deployment OurGrid middleware Interoperation gateways gLite over Microsoft Windows platforms VO compliant virtual machine environments DIRAC –Support for grid operation SAGE (Storage Accounting for Grid Environments) Dashboard (Monitoring) 12 KoM – 23/09/2010 – San Luis de Potosí, Mexico

13 Service Portfolio (3/3) The portfolio is completed with services that are being developed in the context of GISELA New services already identified –Aggregation of spare disk space in multiple desktops in a single Storage Element (UFCG and UNIANDES) –Efficient execution of data-intensive applications based on the MapReduce paradigm (UFCG) –Seamless execution of applications in hybrid e-Infrastructures augmented with the capability of interfacing with cloud computing providers (UFCG) –Customized virtual clusters (UNIANDES) Others services under evaluation –MAGOS (UNIANDES) –Montera (CIEMAT) 13 KoM – 23/09/2010 – San Luis de Potosí, Mexico

14 Milestones for the 1 st Year (1/2) By end of October, 2010 (M2) –Complete the setup of the development and support tools (redmine, wiki, mailing lists, etc.) By November, 2010 (M3) –Deploy replicated DIRAC servers installed at UFRJ, CPPM and UFCG –Establish procedures to feed WP4 with monitoring and accounting information for non- gLite sites –Deploy at least one site running Secure Storage –Test a deployment of BeeFS at UNIANDES 14 KoM – 23/09/2010 – San Luis de Potosí, Mexico

15 Milestones for the 1 st Year (2/2) By the end of December, 2010 (M4) –Deliver first version of tool to deploy customized clusters By the end of February, 2011 (M6) –Deploy several sites running Secure Storage –Upgrade gLite application-oriented services to gLite 3.2 By the end of April, 2011 (M8) –Deploy at least one production site running BeeFS and BashReduce By the end of July, 2011 (M11) –Deploy version of customized virtual clusters with single image deployment and dynamic IP assignment –Deploy Secure Storage in all gLite production sites 15 KoM – 23/09/2010 – San Luis de Potosí, Mexico

16 Thanks for your attention Any questions? 16 KoM – 23/09/2010 – San Luis de Potosí, Mexico


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