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SEE-GRID: Advancing South-East Europe into the eInfrastructure era. Nikos Vogiatzis SEE-GRID project coordinator Greek Research & Technology Network nvog at grnet.gr www.see-grid.org. lessons learned in SEE-GRID. DOs Sign an MoU to govern projects’ communication and exchange of know-how

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See grid advancing south east europe into the einfrastructure era

SEE-GRID: Advancing South-East Europe into the eInfrastructure era

Nikos Vogiatzis

SEE-GRID project coordinator

Greek Research & Technology Network

nvog at grnet.gr

www.see-grid.org

4th EGEE conference – Pisa 25 October 2005 - afternoon 1


Lessons learned in see grid

lessons learned in SEE-GRID

  • DOs

    • Sign an MoU to govern projects’ communication and exchange of know-how

    • Get an EGEE-“champion” committed to your project work

    • Organize in federations with clear relations and modus operandi

    • Pursue alternative roadmaps and research

    • Use EC financing as seed money – seek other sources

    • Training; and some more training; and a bit more; and then some more

    • Have clear/quantified target/criteria for migrating to EGEE

    • Roll out everything from scratch – avoid copy-paste of technology and knowledge!

    • Allow for separate national strategies/agendas of NGIs

  • DO NOTs

    • Any opposite of the above DOs

4th EGEE conference – Pisa 25 October 2005 - afternoon 2


Roadmap to the future

Roadmap to the future

  • SEE-GRID on one end: the “enabler”, “pilot”, “seed”, “initiator”, “engagement”…

  • EGEE on the other end: the “target”, “incentive”, “production-level” infrastructure, “next step”, “access to a world of resources”…

  • And in the middle? -> The NGI…?

    • Secure SEE-GRID results, ensure sustained EGEE participation, engage local stakeholders

    • What is “sustainable” for an NGI? SEE-GRID tries to address this through:

      • Involving local stakeholders beyond the R&E “usual suspects” (-> government, industry, policy-makers…)

      • Getting NGIs to think “bottom-up” (from national priorities and cooperation, to regional/international integration)

  • In the big picture (the “EGEE picture”?), still missing a strong POLICY/POLITICS motivation/roadmap for NGIs: “Where do we go from here?”

    • How can/will EGEE/EGEE-II contribute to this direction and give regional projects a “winning argument”?

    • Is there “life after EGEE”? What happens “next”?

    • Beyond EGEE as a “project” -> towards EGEE as an “infrastructure”? Like GEANT vs. GN1/2/x…?

    • IGO/EGO aka the NGI/“NREN PC”? Some other completely different approach?

    • BOTTOMLINE: HOW can we make this future-proof?

4th EGEE conference – Pisa 25 October 2005 - afternoon 3


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