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marcin p ciennik poznan supercomputing and networking center poland
Marcin Płóciennik

Poznan Supercomputing and Networking Center

Poland

Migrating DesktopUniform Access to the Grid

EGEE’08 Conference, Istanbul, 24Sep 2008

outline
EGEE’08 Conference, Istanbul, 24 September 2008Outline

General idea

User’s perspective: Migrating Desktop functional overview

Supported infrastructures and applications

Developer’s perspective: Plug-ins: how to add your application

Product timeline and plans

general idea
EGEE’08 Conference, Istanbul, 24 September 2008General Idea

Intuitive user’s working environment

Independence of a hardware platform and the operating system

Advanced user-friendly Java application based on web services

A flexible personalised environment available independently of the user location

Easily extendable framework

Good support for grid applications

Uniform access to the Grid

user s perspective
EGEE’08 Conference, Istanbul, 24 September 2008User’s perspective

Supported features:

Single sign-on (x.509 certificates, VOMS extensions)‏

Running sequential and parallel applications (OpenMPI support)‏

Batch and Interactive jobs support (i2gLogin supported)‏

Advanced remote visualisation and applications real time steering (gVid)‏

Visualisation of partial results while job is running

Built-in tools: Grid Commander, Job Wizard, Job Monitoring, Profile Manager, Application Containers,VNC/ssh consoles

Bug tracking system(based on JIRA)‏

http://ras.man.poznan.pl/jira

User guide and tutorials

http://desktop.psnc.pl

grid commander
EGEE’08 Conference, Istanbul, 24 September 2008Grid Commander

Intuitive file manager

Easy access to resources

Transparent support for various protocols (ftp, gridFTP, LFC, srm 2.2)

Built-in file viewers and editors

Plug-in based

job wizard
EGEE’08 Conference, Istanbul, 24 September 2008

Intuitive and easy defining of jobs

Plug-in based:

jar’s downloaded on the fly from network

Plugin controlled by VO’s

Job Wizard
job monitoring
EGEE’08 Conference, Istanbul, 24 September 2008Job Monitoring

Intuitive tracking of status of submitted jobs

Plug-in based:

Visualisation

(local and remote)‏

Interaction and real time

steering

Visualisation

of intermediate results

supported infrastructures and applications
EGEE’08 Conference, Istanbul, 24 September 2008Supported infrastructures and applications

Supported infrastructures:

gLite (BalticGrid I/II – EGEE related project),

i2g (int.eu.grid – complementary to gLite 3.0)‏

Under development:

Unicore

ARC

GT4

Some of supported VOs/applications:

Int.eu.grid

ifusion: Visualization of Plasma Particles in Fusion Devices,

iusct: Ultra Sound Computer Tomography

iplanck: Analysis of Cosmic Microwave Background

ienvmod: IMS Model Suite

BalticGrid

Gamess, SemtiKamols , number of other script based applications

visualization of plasma particles in fusion devices
EGEE’08 Conference, Istanbul, 24 September 2008Visualization of Plasma Particles in Fusion Devices

The application visualizes the behaviour of plasma inside a Fusion device

Runs are foreseen as a part of a so called Fusion Virtual Session

The plasma is analyzed as a many body system consisting of N particles

Example of parallel, interactive application that requires remote visualisation

runned on 30 nodes,

real time steering, simulation and remote

visualisation of 300.000 particles)‏

Interaction with application

on MD in laptop with only 100 kb/s

Possibility of allocating

more resources in runtime

Changing the simulation

physical parameters in runtime

the demo of the application running inside Migrating Desktop framework has won main prize during EGEE User Forum/OGF 20 in Manchester

fp7 euforia use case 1
EGEE’08 Conference, Istanbul, 24 September 2008FP7 EUFORIA Use case(1)
  • The objective is to schedule jobs on the GRID and HPC infrastructures together with jobs running on other computing facilities.
  • - launch and control jobs in a transparent manner for the users.
  • - data communication: data transfers and visualizations are required at run time and to access the experimental and simulated data.
  • - middleware connectivity forKepler Workflow (java Library for gLite, HPC)‏
  • - scheduler notification tools
  • - Integration with EFDA
  • ITM-TF tools (UAL –
  • Universal Access Layer)‏
developer s perspective
EGEE’08 Conference, Istanbul, 24 September 2008Developer’s perspective

Migrating Desktop – based on standarized plug-in mechanism

Possibility of adding application, visualisation, job pre-post processing or any other java plug-ins

Roaming Access Server – based on web services

Possiblity of supporting other infrastructures

Possibility of interaction not only from MD client

Developer Zone:

http://desktop.psnc.pl/

Developers guides, examples, source code, etc.

It is Open Source – it is possible to take the source code and improve things 

md plug in architecture
EGEE’08 Conference, Istanbul, 24 September 2008MD Plug-in Architecture

Motivations

To enable easy extension of the framework

To standardize integration with „third party” modules

To integrate Migrating Desktop with applications

To give to integrated modules easy access to resources

Migrating Desktop plug-ins

Set of OSGi bundles with well-defined interface, described by XML file and loaded „on demand” from a network

product timeline
EGEE’08 Conference, Istanbul, 24 September 2008Product timeline
  • 2002: Start of development within 5th Framework EU CrossGrid Project and national Progress project (Proof of concept)‏
  • 2005: Chosen as a key component of the EU CrossGrid project
  • Nov 2005: Start of deployment in 6th Framework EU-BalticGrid project
  • May 2006: Continuation of development in 6th Framework EU int.eu.grid project
  • May 2007: the demo "Visualization of Plasma Particles in Fusion Devices" that was running inside Migrating Desktop framework has won main prize during EGEE User Forum/OGF 20 in Manchester.
  • 2008: start further developments and deployments in FP7 infrastructure projects:
    • Euforia project (development, integration with Kepler/Unicore)‏
    • BalticGrid-II project (deployment)‏
    • Partially to be used as a deployed service within DORII
  • September 2008: Added to RESPECT programme
future plans
EGEE’08 Conference, Istanbul, 24 September 2008Future Plans
  • Short terms development plans
    • Integration with Kepler workflow system
      • Support for parametric jobs
    • Integration and support of
      • Unicore (using VINE Toolkit)
      • ARC
      • GT4 (using VINE Toolkit)
    • Integration with Gridway
    • Support and development of feature requests coming from applications/users and NGI’s
additional information
EGEE’08 Conference, Istanbul, 24 September 2008Additional information
  • Product homepage
    • http://desktop.psnc.pl
  • Int.eu.grid
    • http://www.interactive-grid.eu
  • BalticGrid
    • http://www.balticgrid.eu
  • EUFORIA
    • http://www.euforia-project.org
  • PSNC
    • http://www.man.poznan.pl
  • CVS Repository – source code
    • http://ras.man.poznan.pl/cgi-bin/viewcvs.cgi
  • The OSGi Alliance
    • http://www.osgi.org