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Supporting the UK e-Science community and their international collaborators Steven Newhouse
© 2 What is OMII-UK? OMII-UK was formed in January 2006, linking together e-Science software activities at Manchester, Edinburgh and Southampton OMII-UK is very much focused on the user – be they researcher, developer or provider OMII-UK provides Software Support Sustainability
© 3 OMII-UK aims to provide software and support to enable a sustained future for the UK e-Science community and its international collaborators
© 4 Key activities Software: Commissioning in response to user needs Dissemination & download through the repository Support: Training, helpdesk, community forums Define, contribute and disseminate best practice and standards Sustainability: Best of breed software in an international context
© 5 Standards within OMII-UK Job Submission Description Language Basic Execution Service Data Access & Integration WS-DAI, WS-DAIX, WS-DAIR Infrastructure WS-Eventing, WS-ReliableMessaging, WS-Reliability Workflow Business Process Execution Language
© 6 Open Source Development Commission work to accelerate adoption Redhat: Move Linux into the Enterprise OMII-UK: Move e-Science into the Research community Fund work require by OMII-UK community Development, documentation, porting, … Development of reference implementations Make research prototypes more stable
© 7 Grid: Interoperation & Interoperability GIN: Across established production grids What are the interoperation issues? Job Submission (x3) Virtual Organisation Management (x1) Data movement (x2) OMII-Europe: Demonstrate interoperability Services: VOs, Jobs, Data Access, Accounting Software: OMII-UK, gLite, GT4, Unicore
© 8 Summary Systematic interoperation needs standards Has to be done in a global context
Delivering User Needs: A middleware perspective Steven Newhouse Director.
Web: OMII-UK: progressing from adopting open specifications to sustainable open development by fostering Asia-Pacific.
Project Overview Daniel Mallmann, Research Centre Juelich Alistair Dunlop, University of Southampton.
Interoperability and Usability of Grid Infrastructures Alistair Dunlop Achim Streit University of SouthamptonForschungszentrum Jülich.
DG INFSO- Grid Research & Infrastructures: W. Boch, M. Campolargo 1 Delivery of Industrial-strength Grid Middleware: establishing an effective European.
Neil Geddes CCLRC Head of e-Science Director of the UK Grid Operations Support Centre 1.The vision Thing, recent history and Organisation 2.Roles and Relationships.
Research Councils ICT Conference Welcome Malcolm Atkinson Director 17 th May 2004.
The National Grid Service and OGSA-DAI Mike Mineter
Web: OMII-UK Delivering Software and Social Platforms for Successful Research RCUK Review of e-Science, 8 December.
Current status of grids: the need for standards Mike Mineter TOE-NeSC, Edinburgh.
OMII-Europe Repository Steven Newhouse Director, OMII-UK.
Web: The Future of OMII-UK e-Science: the Changing Landscape 17 April 2009 Neil Chue Hong.
SWITCH Visit to NeSC Malcolm Atkinson Director 5 th October 2004.
VO Support and directions in OMII-UK Steven Newhouse, Director.
OMII-UK Steven Newhouse, Director. © 2 OMII-UK aims to provide software and support to enable a sustained future for the UK e-Science community and its.
R e D R e S S Resource Discovery for Researchers in e-Social Science ReDReSS A Joint Application from Lancaster and Daresbury (7 social scientists, 6 computer/computational.
The UK OMII Context, Vision and Agenda An Institute of the University of Southampton.
The OMII Position At the University of Southampton.
Software Engineering Steven Newhouse. © Activity Within OMII Bugs Regression Tests Testing Functional Specifications Sources Development Teams Priority.
1 1 st Virtual Forum on Global Research Communities Brussels, 12 th July 2007 Mário Campolargo European Commission - DG INFSO Head of Unit “GÉANT and e-Infrastructures”
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