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1 Grid Initiatives for e-Science virtual communities in Europe and Latin America GISELA and CLARA contribution to e-Science in Latin America Jesús Cruz Guzman (UNAM) on behalf of B. Marechal (CETA-CIEMAT) ISUM 2012, 14 th -16 th March Guanajuato (Mexico)

2 Outline EELA & EELA-2 GISELA CLARA & NRENs 2 ISUM 2012, 14th -16th March Guanajuato (Mexico)

3 3 EELA & EELA-2 objectives ISUM 2012, 14th -16th March Guanajuato (Mexico) 3 EELA (01/2006 – 12/2007) Build a bridge between consolidated e-Infrastructure initiatives in Europe and emerging ones in Latin American Create a collaboration network to deploy a large portfolio of scientific applications on a well supported Pilot Test-bed Care in parallel of the training in grid technologies and of the knowledge dissemination and outreach EELA-2 (04/2008 – 03/2010) Provide an empowered Grid Facility with versatile services fulfilling application requirements Ensure production quality services Ensure the long term sustainability of the e-Infrastructure beyond the term of the project Expand the current EELA e- Infrastructure Look for new communities outside academia (Industry and Business)

4 ISUM 2012, 14th -16th March Guanajuato (Mexico) 44 Platform for all kinds of Applications / VRCs EELA-2 ended up supporting 61 Applications from 78 Institutions VRCs –LA User Communities, typically 1-2 Institution group(s), alone or collaborating with a few Institutions. –A few large VRCs from Life Sciences (e.g. WeNMR, Biomed), Earth Sciences (WRF4G, Seismic simulations) and HEP (Auger, LHC expts) –More than 200 scientific contacts in LA e.g. CLARA surveyed communities

5 GISELA: 34 production applications inherited from EELA / EELA-2 represent potential communities 18 Resources Centres provide skilful personnel to support and develop services in the region 435 trained users / 73 inst cores platform Operation 24/7 EELA --01/01/ /12/2007 GISELA --31/08/ /09/2010 EELA /04/ /03/2010 GISELA e-Infrastructure inherited from EELA and EELA-2 5 ISUM 2012, 14th -16th March Guanajuato (Mexico) The evolution …

6 ISUM 2012, 14th -16th March Guanajuato (Mexico) Countries(11 in Latin America) 19 Partners(14 in Latin America) 12 Third Parties (9 in Latin America) UNAM Third Parties CICESE ITESM IPN-CIC UNISON UPORTO Third Party Uminho REUNA Third Parties UFRO UTFSM UNIANDES Third Parties UIS PUJ UFRJ Third Party CEFET-RJ CNRS Third Parties CPPM IPGP 6 The GISELA Consortium

7 7 GISELA Objectives and Work plan Objective1: Ensure the long- term sustainability of the e-Infrastructure in the Latin American continent Objective 2: Provide full support to the Virtual Research Communities spanning Latin America and Europe, using the e- Infrastructure. Work plan: Implement a sustainability model rooted on National Grid Initiatives (NGI), in association with CLARA, Latin American NRENs and collaborating with EGI. Provide the communities with the suited e-Infrastructure and Application-related Services required to improve the effectiveness of their research. This will address both: The current EELA-2 User Communities whose research investigations are carried out at the Institution level or in small collaborations. The larger Virtual Research Communities as Life & Earth Sciences, HEP Work plan: Implement a sustainability model rooted on National Grid Initiatives (NGI), in association with CLARA, Latin American NRENs and collaborating with EGI. Provide the communities with the suited e-Infrastructure and Application-related Services required to improve the effectiveness of their research. This will address both: The current EELA-2 User Communities whose research investigations are carried out at the Institution level or in small collaborations. The larger Virtual Research Communities as Life & Earth Sciences, HEP ISUM 2012, 14th -16th March Guanajuato (Mexico) 7

8 ISUM 2012, 14th -16th March Guanajuato (Mexico) 8 Powerful e-Infrastructure in Latin America Year 1Year 2 Pledge Extra resources for the prod.vo.eu-eela.eu VO 8

9 9 Grid Services Replicating Networking Services In CLARAs network activities a Regional Network Operation Centre (RNOC) catches the functions of the countries that have no domestic NOC When domestic network infrastructures grow, the NRENs are going to be able to install their own NOC Once this happens, the RNOC will transfer the domestic networking functions to the NOC that has been installed CLARA auctions, among its members NRENs the operation of the regional NOC every four years The Grid pioneer Infrastructure could follow the same model Those countries that can support the creation of a GOC (Grid Operation Centre) will have one, and those who cannot afford it or are not mature enough to create one, can use the Regional Grid Operation Centre (GSC) Domestic GOCs are responsible for their domestic services and interact with the ROC when services have a regional scope Those countries without a GOC, will use the ROC for domestic functions in their country. ISUM 2012, 14th -16th March Guanajuato (Mexico)

10 10 CLARA Advanced Computing Services Adv. Comp. (AC) Expertise Transfer. Technical Consulting to assist in house applications –Customising an existing application to profit the existing Adv. Comp. e-Infrastructure –Developing in house new applications required by the customer organisation (Research, Industry or NREN) SDK/SourceFourge Training To increase the awareness on the AC environments Wizard for basic applications. Allows the less expert users and/or NREN to install their applications Federated Authentication Resources. Grant authorized access to use the federated resources at a continental scale Application Shelf Service: Application Shelf Allows users, industrial partner and/or NREN to contract computing resources Virtual Resources Grid Allocation. Virtual services e-Infrastructure, such as: –Allocation of AC resources allowing the member institutions to configure AC environments (cores/storage/network provisioning) and elements needed to execute their applications –Running Services records, tracking the processes submitted to the e-infrastructure Data Preservation Services. Offer the possibility to store their data for a period of time Training and Capacity Building Service. To increases the usage and the culture of Advanced Computing Services by providing people the information and the skills needed to access the AC Services ISUM 2012, 14th -16th March Guanajuato (Mexico)

11 CLARA Grid VRC Organisational Model NOC Regional NOC+NOC NOC NETWORK MANAGER (NSC) CLARA Country LA–1 REUNA Country LA–2 Country LA–N GOC Regional GOC+GOC NGI or EDGS APPLICATIONS MANAGER Grid Community Coordinator Complex Model Cooperative Broker Model 11 ISUM 2012, 14th -16th March Guanajuato (Mexico)

12 12 A Regional Cooperative Solution Offers User Grid Science Gateway Authentication Cloud Virtual Instruments Virtual Servers Commercial Providers On demand resources (Hardware, Software & Manware) from the research groups to the research groups High bandwidth and low latency from the Experimental academic advanced Networks Replicating other services in the RedCLARA Operational Structure Added value to the existent infrastructure Better use of the existent computational infrastructure and expertise from different countries Promoting local middleware solutions better suited for the region ISUM 2012, 14th -16th March Guanajuato (Mexico)

13 Science Gateway Service Centric Model 13 ISUM 2012, 14th -16th March Guanajuato (Mexico)

14 Regional Competitive Solution 14 Business Model Parameters RC Profit Margin %300% RedCLARA Profit Margin60% % RedCLARA Capacity30% Max-Cores- GISELA Capacity1794 MAX-Cores-RedCLARA Capacity538 Max Num days/year (80% UpTime)292 Hours per day24 RedCLARA Price 0.17 ISUM 2012, 14th -16th March Guanajuato (Mexico)

15 SERVUCTION & Operational Profit First and Second year of operation after GISELA end (31/08/2012 ) ½ FTE for administrative purposes as contracts, bills and expenditures ½ FTE for technical support 1 FTE fore marketing and sales Third year (1 FTE - Administrative, 1 FTE - Technical, and 1 FTE – sales) Fixed Costs 15 ISUM 2012, 14th -16th March Guanajuato (Mexico)

16 Action Plan (1/3) Raise awareness, sensitize and inform on the different opportunities of the Advanced Services Sensitizing and informing research communities of the opportunities that Advanced Services could bring to their environment –Organize Virtual Days on Technology and the Community –Organize courses and competencies for students who have applications of general use –Document the existing applications of the GISElA Science Gateway, by creating tutorials to ease the use and appropriation. Raise awareness, sensitize and inform the decision makers of S & T and the Directors of the National Research and Education Networks (NRENs) on the opportunities that Advanced Computing Services could bring to Science and Technology –Interviews with Latin American high authorities of decision makers in Science and Technology. CLARAs Academic Manager is coordinating interviews with decision makers (Ministers, Directors and General Secretaries) of S&T in the LA region 16 ISUM 2012, 14th -16th March Guanajuato (Mexico)

17 Action Plan(2/3) Identify the real needs of Advanced Computing Services by research communities. It is necessary to understand real needs of advanced computing services in the LA region. The communities need to produce a positive social impact in their research results in order to attract the S&T decision makers and NRENs Directors attention Identify communities that produce research results with high positive social impact as potential users of advanced computing services Identify ambassadors of each community to conduct a series of actions to first understand the communities needs and then to induce the communities into advanced computing services Increase technical potentialities and capacities of the GISELA Science Gateway to provide an easy and friendly interface that can be used to access different web services through different platforms 17 ISUM 2012, 14th -16th March Guanajuato (Mexico)

18 Action Plan (3/3) Train research communities so they adopt the GISELA Science Gateway into their daily research. Communities need to be able to build and maintain their own portals and include all the applications they need to develop research projects Creation of a Task Force (in collaboration with EPIKH) to implement and give technical support to applications running in the GISELA Science Gateway environment. –Deploy applications of communities with social impact: seismology and climate –Install Identity Federation Systems in at least two countries of the Latin American region –Document extensively the processes of adaptation and configuration of the GISELA Science Gateway –Redefine the web interface and usability of the portal Create on line and detailed technical documentation to have a permanent reference for the Task Force professionals and local technical representatives of the different institutions involved in the e-infrastructure and resource centers. Create a AuthN &AuthZ Infrastructure (AAI) in Latin America based on federated indentity services, "cloning & adapting" the existing "catch all" services developed at INFN Catania Update of the CP/CPS documents of the Certification Authorities established in Latin America to allow them issue "robot certificates" that are necessary for the GISELA Science Gateway Organise a cycle of technical seminars to follow up of the installation of applications 18 ISUM 2012, 14th -16th March Guanajuato (Mexico)

19 Conclusions (1/2) The service architecture based on GISELA SG centric model includes all possible services to be offered by RedCLARA The cooperative shared cost broker model is economically viable and competitive with the present commercial offer It has been validated with the –Directors on NRENs at the RedCLARA Assembly (Oct 27 th, 2011) Need to be explained to the S&T Agencies Need to be aligned with National Initiatives Good idea: 30% National capacity to be share regional + Funds for RC Need to be related with other EU projects (RISC, CHAIN, ProIdeal) –Application Committee (Nov 18 th, 2011) Need to allow the possibility to credit cores for research projects Need to allow possibility to offer 5% financed resources for good proposals with no funding opportunities 19 ISUM 2012, 14th -16th March Guanajuato (Mexico)

20 Conclusions (2/2) RedCLARA Assembly (Nov 10 th, 2011) and RedCLARA Board Meeting (Dec 2 nd, 2011) recommended to: –Evaluate the cost/performance of the GISELA e-Infrastructure –Convince two or three candidates to start/test the model –Look for funding for the test period (~2 years) Develop a LA Call for a Science Gateway Task Force –Training at LA and EU technical people from VE, CO, PE, MX, EC –F2F meeting and workshop at the Joint GISELA-CHAIN Conference Aggressive plan to interact with LA Science & Technology Agencies (AR, CL, MX, PE, EC, CO, VE) Marketing strategy aiming to VRC and ComCLARA Communities CLARA Market Study for Cloud Services for standard computing services 20 ISUM 2012, 14th -16th March Guanajuato (Mexico)


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