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Pacific Rim Application and Grid Middleware Assembly. Wireless Sensor Networks and Their Applications in the Environment 29 January 2004. A community building collaborations and advancing grid-based applications. Peter Arzberger, UCSD Philip Papadopoulos, UCSD.

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Pacific rim application and grid middleware assembly

Pacific Rim Application andGrid Middleware Assembly

Wireless Sensor Networks and Their Applications in the Environment

29 January 2004

A community building collaborations and advancing grid-based applications

Peter Arzberger, UCSD

Philip Papadopoulos, UCSD

http://www.pragma-grid.net


Founding motivations

  • Science is an intrinsically global activity

IVOA

  • The grid is transforming computing and

  • collaboration

  • The problem remains that the

  • grid is too hard to use

  • Middleware software needs to

  • interoperate

Founding Motivations


Pragma partners

Affiliate Member

PRAGMA PARTNERS


Pragma

PRAGMA

Overarching Goals

Establish sustained collaborations

and

Advance the use of the gridtechnologies for applications

among a community of investigators working with leading institutions around the Pacific Rim

Working closely with established activities

that promote grid activities or the underlying infrastructure,

both in the Pacific Rim and globally.


Pacific rim application and grid middleware assembly

http://www.pragma-grid.net

Fifth PRAGMA Workshop

NCHC Hsinchu, Taiwan


Pragma success stories

SC03 BWC

App Award

PRAGMA Success Stories

  • Grid Community Pulls together to Battle SARS

  • Merging Grid Technology and Computational Chemistry

  • Telescience Marshals Rich Network of Technologies at iGRID2002

  • Grid Demo Sets US to Japan Data Speed Records

  • EcoGrid

  • Encyclopedia of Life

http://www.pragma-

grid.net/


Ecogrid fushan

MOE

1

2

NCHC-HQ

NCHC-CENTRAL

3

NDHU

4

Liberty Time 2003 March 09

5

United Daily 2003 March 09

6

NCHC-SOUTH

NPUST

7

EcoGrid: Fushan


Pacific rim application and grid middleware assembly

I2G Web Services Infrastructure and Sensor-based Lake Monitoring and AnalysisUnderstanding Impacts of Episodic Events in Lake Metabolism

Sensors in North Temperate Lakes: Trout Lake, Allequash Lake, Big Muskellunge, Sparking Lake, Crystal Lake etc.

LTER-NTLMadison, WI

LTER-ANDCorvallis, OR

LTER-VCRCharlottesville, VA

JDBC

SOAP / XML

JDBC / EML

JDBC

SOAP / XML

CNIC / CASBeijing, China

HTTP

NARCTsukuba, Japan

JDBC

SDSCLa Jolla, CA

NCHCHsinchu, Taiwan

Sensors

in Yuan Yang Lake

- SOAP Servers where web services are deployed

- Database Servers where data sources are hosted

- Sensor Data from web cam deployed at fields


Pacific rim application and grid middleware assembly

ApGrid/PRAGMA Testbed

  • Architecture, technology

    • Based on GT2

      • Allow multiple CAs

      • Build MDS Tree

    • Grid middleware/tools from Asia Pacific

      • Ninf-G (GridRPC programming)

      • Nimrod-G (parametric modeling system)

      • SCMSWeb (resource monitoring)

      • Grid Data Farm (Grid File System), etc.

  • Status

    • 26 organizations (10 countries)

    • 27 clusters (889 CPUs)

Courtesy:

Yoshio Tanaka


Steering committee came into effect 25 feb 2003

John O’Callahan, David Abramson, Bernard Pailthorpe: APAC

Larry Ang: BII

Baoping Yan, Kai Nan: CAS/CNIC

Satoshi Matsuoka: TITech/GSICC

Satoshi Sekiguchi, Yoshio Tanaka: AIST

Jysoo Lee: KISTI

Whey-Fone Tsai, Fang-Pang Lin: NCHC

Shinji Shimojo: Osaka University/CMC

Royol Chitradon, Piyawut Srichaikul: NECTEC

Maxine Brown: StarTap

Rick McMullen, Jim Williams:

Habibah Wahab: U Sains Malaysia

Philip Papadopoulos, Peter Arzberger: UCSD/SDSC/Cal-(IT)2/CRBS

Steering CommitteeCame into effect 25 Feb 2003


Schedule of meetings

Schedule of Meetings

  • PRAGMA 4: 4-5 June 2003, Melbourne, Australia

    • ICCS2003: 3-4 June

    • David Abramson (APAC): Chair; Co-chair: Fang-Pang Lin (NCHC)

  • PRAGMA 5: 22-23 October 2003, Hsinchu/Fushan, Taiwan

    • Fang-Pang Lin (NCHC): Chair; Co-chair: Kai Nan (CNIC)

  • PRAGMA 6: 16 – 18 May 2004, Beijing, China

    • Baoping Yan (CNIC): Chair; Co-chairs: Mason Katz (UCSD), Jim Williams (TransPAC)

  • PRAGMA 7: 15-17 September 2004, San Diego, USA

    • Chairs:Mason Katz (UCSD), Jim Williams (TransPAC)


Pacific rim application and grid middleware assembly

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Pacific rim application and grid middleware assembly

Thank you

http://www.pragma-grid.net


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