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The EELA-2 Project. Herbert Hoeger Universidad de Los Andes (Venezuela) EELA-2 Dissemination and Training Manager (NA2) CLCAR 2009 – Merida – Venezuela - 21.09.2009. Outline. Objectives EGEE / gLite Philosophy Partners / applications Organisation Activities: Network (NA1-NA2-NA3)

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the eela 2 project

The EELA-2 Project

Herbert Hoeger

Universidad de Los Andes (Venezuela)

EELA-2 Dissemination and Training Manager (NA2)

CLCAR 2009 – Merida – Venezuela - 21.09.2009

outline
Outline
  • Objectives
  • EGEE / gLite
  • Philosophy
  • Partners / applications
  • Organisation
  • Activities:
    • Network (NA1-NA2-NA3)
    • Services (SA1 – SA2)
  • Joint Research (JRA1)
  • Future
  • Useful links
slide3
EELA & EELA-2 objectives
  • EELA-2
  • 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
  • Apr 2008 Mar 2010

EELA

  • Build a bridge between consolidated e-Infrastructure of the know 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 ledge dissemination and outreach
  • Jan 2006  Dec 2007
eela 2 composition
EELA-2 composition
  • Consortium: 81 candidates
    • 54Members were selected:
        • Withdrawal + added  78 members
    • If more than one member in a country:
        • The Members federate into a JRU
        • One of the Members became a Partner that adhered to the Contract
  • EELA-2 “seen” by EC: 16 Partners / 18 now
slide5
Panama City - Panama, EELA-2 Workshop - 18.09.2009

Some numbers

EELA (SSA under FP6)

EELA-2 (I3 under FP7)

  • E-infrastructure shared between Europe and Latin America
  • EC support: 1.7 M€
  • CIEMAT extra support: 0.4 M€
  • 10 Countries (3 in Europe)
  • 2 International Organisations
  • 20 Members (7 in Europe)
  • E-sciencegrid facility forEurope andLatinAmerica
  • EC support: 2.1 M€
  • CETA-CIEMAT extra funds: 0.3 M€
  • Currently 16 Countries (11 in LA)
  • 2 new countries (Panama & Uruguay)
  • 1 International Organisation (CLARA)
  • Currently 78 Members (62 in LA)
  • 32 Institutions joining (31 in LA)
  • Currently 13 JRUs (9 in LA)
  • 4 new JRUs (3 in LA)

Final review:

EELA considered as a

“Good to excellent project”

slide6
EELA-2 Countries

France

Ireland

Italy

Portugal

Spain (coord.)

Argentina

Brazil

Chile

Colombia

CLARA (International)

Cuba

Ecuador

Mexico

Panama

Peru

Uruguay

Venezuela

The L.A. conti-

nental network

New countries

w.r.t. EELA

Just added

the egee project
The EGEE Project

Flagship Grid infrastructure project co-funded by the European Commission.

Started April 2004

Entering now in its 3rd phase

  • Archeology
  • Astronomy
  • Astrophysics
  • Civil Protection
  • Comp. Chemistry
  • Earth Sciences
  • Finance
  • Fusion
  • Geophysics
  • High Energy Physics
  • Life Sciences
  • Multimedia
  • Material Sciences

>250 sites

48 countries

>50,000 CPUs

>20 PetaBytes

>10,000 users

>150 VOs

>150,000 jobs/day

glite middleware
gLite Middleware

www.glite.org

slide9
EELA-2 Philosophy
  • e-Infrastructure oriented Project
  • Production quality e-Infrastructure
  • Applications oriented e-Infrastructure
  • Support to applications
  • Grid and e-Infrastructure awareness
slide10
Countries and resources centres

France

Ireland

Italy

Portugal

Spain

Argentina

Brazil

Chile

Colombia CLARA (International)

Cuba

Ecuador

Mexico

Peru Panama

Uruguay Venezuela

slide11
Montevideo - Uruguay, EELA-2 Workshop - 20.07.2009

More Numbers

EELA

EELA-2

  • At the end of the Project
  • Seehttp://documents.eu-eela.org/record/955/files/
  • # Sites: 19 (13 in Production)
  • # Cores: 2700
  • Storage: 100 TB
  • # Jobs: 430,000
  • Scientific domains: 4
  • # Applications: 18
    • 12 in production
    • 6 gridified
  • Conferences: 3
  • Workshops: 8
  • Tutorials: 18
  • Trained people: 733
  • Grid Schools: 2
  • After 1 year
  • see http://documents.eu-eela
  • # Sites: 22
  • # Cores:  5800
  • Storage:  192 TB
  • # Jobs :  1,000,000
  • Scientific domains: 9
  • # Applications: 55
    • 12 in production
    • 15 Gridified
  • Conferences: 1
  • Workshops: 7
  • Tutorials: 13
  • Trained people: 270
  • Grid Schools: 1
slide13
The EELA-2 Tree

Applications in production

NA2 Targets

NA3 (Application Support)

JRA1 (Services)

SA1 (Grid Infrastructure)

NA1

SA2 (Network)

slide14
NA-1 Management of the Project

NA1 Manager

Bernard Marechal

CETA – CIEMAT, Spain

UFRJ, Brazil

NA1 Deputy Manager

Philippe Gavillet

CETA – CIEMAT, Spain

UFRJ, Brazil

TNA1.2 Long term sustainability – Policy and International Cooperation

Roberto Barbera

INFN, Italy

TNA1.1 Administrative and Technical Management

Raul Ramos & Bernard Marechal

CETA – CIEMAT, Spain

slide15
NA-2 Dissemination and Training

NA2 Manager

Herbert Hoeger

ULA, Venezuela

NA2 Deputy Manager

Maria José Pourally

CLARA, Chile

TNA2.1 Coordination of the Activity

Herbert Hoeger

ULA, Venezuela

TNA2.3 Training

Riccardo Bruno

INFN, Italy

TNA2.2 Dissemination and Outreach

Maria José Pourally

CLARA, Chile

slide16
NA-3 Application Support

NA3 Manager

Leandro N. Ciuffo

INFN, Italy

NA3 Deputy Manager

Rafael Mayo

CIEMAT, Spain

TNA3.1 Coordination of the Activity

Leandro N. Ciuffo

INFN, Italy

TNA3.2 Application Identification and Selection

Manuel Rubio del Solar

CIEMAT, Spain

TNA3.3 Application in Production Status

Rafael Mayo

CIEMAT, Spain

TNA3.3 Applications under Development

Leandro N. Ciuffo

INFN, Italy

slide17
SA-1 Grid Infrastructure Service Activity

SA1 Manager

Diego Carvalho

CEFET-RIO, Brazil

SA1 Deputy Manager

Alexandre Duarte

UFCG, Brazil

TSA1.1 Coordination of the Activity

Diego Carvalho

CEFET-RIO, Brazil

TSA1.3 Authentication Services and Policies

Vinod Rebello

UFF, Brazil

TNA3.3 Grid Operations Service

Alexandre Duarte

UFCG, Brazil

TSA1.2 General Services

Rodrigo Hausen

CEFET-RIO, Brazil

TSA1.4 Grid Core & Auth Services

Manuel Cotallo

CIEMAT, Spain

slide18
SA-2 Network resource provision

SA2 Manager

Michael Stanton

RNP - CLARA, Brazil

SA2 Deputy Manager

Marcio Faerman

RNP, Brazil

TSA2.1 Overall Networking Coordination

Michael Stanton

RNP - CLARA, Brazil

TSA2.3 Liaison with Network Providers

Michael Stanton

RNP – CLARA, Brazil

TSA2.2 Networking Engineering and Opreation

Marcio Faerman

RNP, Brazil

slide19
JRA1 Development of Services for Apps. and Infrastr.

JRA1 Manager

Francisco Vilar Brasileiro (Fubica)

UFCG, Brazil

JRA1 Deputy Manager

Diego Scardaci

INFN, Italy

TJRA1.1 Coordination of the Activity

Francisco Vilar Brasileiro (Fubica)

UFCG, Brazil

TJRA1.4 Middleware Repository Setup and Operations

Diego Scardaci

INFN, Italy

TJRA1.2 Dev. Of Infr. Oriented Additional Grid Services

Rafael Furreira da Silva

UFCG, Brazil

TJRA1.3 Dev. Of Applications Oriented Additional Grid Services

Diego Scardaci

INFN, Italy

the global grid coverage
The “global” Grid coverage

How to take care of the future of e-infrastructures?

grid ecosystem evolution in europe
Grid “Ecosystem” evolution in Europe

National

Ref.: D. Kranzlmüller presemtation at EGEE’08

Global

Routine Usage

Testbeds

Utility Service

and in latin america
…and in Latin America ?

?

EELA-2

4/2010 →

EELA

4/2008-3/2010

1/2006-12/2007

the latin american grid initiative lgi http documents eu eela org record 1119 files
The Latin American Grid Initiative (LGI)(http://documents.eu-eela.org/record/1119/files/)

(RC: Resource Centre, NGI: National Grid Initiative, GOC: Grid Operation Centre, NREN: National Research & Education Network, NOC: Network Operation Centre, LGI: Latin American Grid Initiative, CLARA: Cooperación Latino Americana de Redes Avanzadas, GSC: Grid Support Centre, NSC: Network Support Centre)

the latin american grid infrastructure gridlgi
The Latin American Grid Infrastructure - GridLGI

GridLGI is composed, from bottom to top of three layers, each of them including Grid and Network components:

At the lower Institute level:

The Resource Centre (RC) is the actual site of the Grid computing resources;

The backbone LAN or MAN network connects the Computing and Storage Elements (CE & SE) at the RC site;

At the intermediate national level:

The National Grid Initiative (NGI) integrates all Grid Institutions in the country and federates under its Grid Operation Centre (GOC) all their RCs in a National Grid (GridNGI);

The underlying National Research & Education Network (NREN) links country-wide the Research and Education Institutes and optimizes / monitors their network activity via its associated Network Operation Centre (NOC);

At the upper international layer:

The Latin American Grid Initiative (LGI) which brings together all NGIs and supervises the various GridNGIs operation from its Grid Support Centre (GSC);

CLARA: it is the WAN network which integrates the Latin American NRENs and supervises the overall RedCLARA network activity by means of its Network Support Centre (NSC).

eela 2 facilities
EELA-2 Facilities
  • Home page: www.eu-eela.eu
  • Support system: https://eventum.eu-eela.eu/
  • Applications portal: http://applications.eu-eela.eu/
  • Wiki pages:
    • NA2
      • Generic NA2 information
        • http://grid.ct.infn.it/twiki/bin/view/EELA2/NA2Activity
      • Training material
        • http://grid.ct.infn.it/twiki/bin/view/EELA2/TrainingOnGLite
    • NA3
      • Generic NA3 information
      • H ttp://grid.ct.infn.it/twiki/bin/view/EELA2/NA3Activity2
    • JRA1
      • Generic JRA1 information
        • http://grid.ct.infn.it/twiki/bin/view/EELA2/JRA1Services
slide26
Links and Lists

MAIN EELA-2 MAILING LISTSAll lists available athttp://documents.eu-eela.org/record/1084/files/Management Board [email protected] Board [email protected] and Training [email protected] Support [email protected] Infrastructure Service Activity [email protected] Resource Provision [email protected] of Serv. for Appl. and Infrastr. [email protected] (53) [email protected] Advisory Committee [email protected] Board (16) [email protected] EELA-2 list [email protected]

references
References
  • EELA-2 Applications
    • http://applications.eu-eela.eu/
  • EELA-2 Wiki pages
    • http://grid.ct.infn.it/twiki/bin/view/EELA2/
  • EELA-2 Survey
    • http://applications.eu-eela.eu/survey/
  • EELA-2 Forge
    • http://forge.eu.eela.eu/
  • EGEE
    • http://egee1.eu-egee.org/
  • EGEE II
    • http://egee2.eu-egee.org/
  • EGEE III
    • http://www.eu-egee.org/
  • GILDA t-Infrastructure
    • https://gilda.ct.infn.it/
  • EELA-2 Project
    • http://www.eu-eela.eu/
  • EELA-2 Support system
    • https://eventum.eu-eela.eu/
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