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  1. La Grille EGEE Pierrick Micout, CEA – DSM - DAPNIA

  2. Plan • Introduction au projet EGEE (transparents de Bob Jones) • EGEE du point de vue technique (transparents d’Erwin Laure)

  3. Introduction EGEE/EGEE-II transition meeting Bob Jones, EGEE-II Project Director CERN Bob.Jones@cern.ch

  4. The EGEE project • EGEE • 1 April 2004 – 31 March 2006 • 71 partners in 27 countries, federated in regional Grids • EGEE-II • 1 April 2006 – 31 March 2008 • 91 partners in 32 countries • 13 Federations • Objectives • Large-scale, production-quality infrastructure for e-Science • Attracting new resources and users from industry as well asscience • Improving and maintaining “gLite” Grid middleware

  5. EGEE Mission • Infrastructure • Manage and operate production Grid for European Research Area • Interoperate with e-Infrastructure projects around the globe • Contribute to Grid standardisation efforts • Support applications from diverse communities • Astrophysics • Computational Chemistry • Earth Sciences • Finance • Fusion • Geophysics • High Energy Physics • Life Sciences • Multimedia • … • Business • Forge links with the full spectrum of interested business partners + Disseminate knowledge about the Grid through training + Prepare for sustainable European Grid Infrastructure

  6. A global, federated e-Infrastructure EGEE infrastructure ~ 200 sites in 39 countries ~ 20 000 CPUs > 5 PB storage > 10 000 concurrent jobs per day > 60 Virtual Organisations BalticGrid NAREGI SEE-GRID OSG EUChinaGrid EUMedGrid EUIndiaGrid EELA

  7. EGEE – What do we deliver? • Infrastructure operation • Currently includes >200 sites across 39 countries • Continuous monitoring of grid services in a distributed global infrastructure • Automated site configuration/management • Middleware • Production quality middleware distributed under business friendly open source licence • User Support - Managed process from first contact through to production usage • Training • Documentation • Expertise in grid-enabling applications • Online helpdesk • Networking events (User Forum, Conferences etc.) • Future • Expand on interoperability with related infrastructures

  8. EU GRID Related EU projects ISSeG BEinGRID

  9. EGEE-II Activities • Service Activities • SA1 – Grid Operations, Support and Management (CERN) • SA2 – Networking Support (CNRS) • SA3 – Integration, Testing and Certification (CERN) • Joint Research Activities • JRA1 – Middleware Re-engineering (INFN) • JRA2 – Quality Assurance (CS-SI) • Networking Activities • NA1 – Management (CERN) • NA2 – Dissemination, Outreach and Communication (CERN) • NA3 – Training and Induction (UEdin) • NA4 – Application Identification and Support (CNRS) • NA5 – Policy and International Cooperation (GRNET)

  10. Industry and EGEE-II • Industry Task Force • Group of industry partners in the project • Links related industry projects (NESSI, BEinGRID, …) • Works with EGEE’s Technical Coordination Group • Collaboration with CERN openlab project • IT industry partnerships for hardware and software development • EGEE Business Associates (EBA) • Companies sponsoring work on joint-interest subjects • Technical developments & Transfer of know-how and services to industry • Business modelling • Exploitation strategies & Market Surveys • Industry Forum • Led by Industry to improve Grid take-up in Industry • Organises industry events and disseminates grid information

  11. EGEE-II Project Office • Bob Jones – Project Director • Dieter Kranzlmueller – Deputy Project Director (until July’06) • Erwin Laure – Technical Director • Kristina Gunne – Directors’ Assistant • Anna Cook – Project Secretary • Dita Mocova – Finance Officer • Karin Burghauser – User registration and related projects • Marie-Laure Bourgeois-Schutz – User registration and web admin • Frank Harris – Network activities coordination • Hannelore Hämmerle – NA2 activity manager • Owen Appleton – NA2 • Jo Lawson – NA5 • Florida Estrella Cainglet, Roberta Faggian Marque - Related projects • Yari Estublier - Intern

  12. Sustainability: Beyond EGEE-II • Need to prepare for permanent Grid infrastructure • Maintain Europe’s leading position in global science Grids • Ensure a reliable and adaptive support for all sciences • Independent of project funding cycles • Modelled on success of GÉANT • Infrastructure managed in collaboration with national grid initiatives Sustainable e-Infrastructure

  13. Prepare organisation to manage sustainable infrastructure Important EGEE-II events 1 April 2006 EGEE-II start Industry day (Paris) 27 April 2006 EGEE final review (CERN) 23-24 May 2006 25-29 Sept 2006 1st Project Conference (Geneva) 7-11 May2007 1st User Forum event (Manchester) May 2007 EGEE-II periodic review Autumn 2007 2nd Project Conference (Budapest) Q1 2008 2nd User Forum event 31st March 2008 EGEE-II completion May 2008 EGEE-II final review

  14. Summary • EGEE Infrastructure – world’s largest multi-science production grid service • EGEE-II is the opportunity to expand on this existing base both in terms of scale and usage • Use this transition meeting as the occasion to meet your fellow partners and clarify any grey areas in the programme of work • Need to prepare the long-term • EGEE, related projects, national grid initiatives and user communities are working to define a model for a sustainable grid infrastructure that is independent of project cycles

  15. Technical Overview EGEE/EGEE-II transition meeting Erwin Laure, EGEE-II Technical Director CERN Erwin.Laure@cern.ch

  16. EGEE-II Activities • Service Activities • SA1 – Grid Operations, Support and Management (CERN) • SA2 – Networking Support (CNRS) • SA3 – Integration, Testing and Certification (CERN) • Joint Research Activities • JRA1 – Middleware Re-engineering (INFN) • JRA2 – Quality Assurance (CS-SI) • Networking Activities • NA1 – Management (CERN) • NA2 – Dissemination, Outreach and Communication (CERN) • NA3 – Training and Induction (UEdin) • NA4 – Application Identification and Support (CNRS) • NA5 – Policy and International Cooperation (GRNET)

  17. Activity Ecosystem NA1 – Management NA5 – Policy and International Cooperation NA4 – Application Identification and Support JRA1 – Middleware Re-engineering NA2 – Dissemination, Outreach and Communication JRA2 – Quality Assurance NA3 – Training and Induction SA3 – Integration, Testing and Certification SA1 – Grid Operations, Supportand Management SA2 – Networking Support

  18. EGEE-II Cross-Activities Groups • Security • MWSG • Consistent usage of security framework in m/w • Coordination with related projects • JSPG • Operational security issues • Coordination with related projects • Vulnerability Gruop • Security head (Ake Edlund) is part of the PEB • VO Support • OAG • Resource allocation to VOs • UIG • Organization of EGEE documentation • VO Managers Group – NEW! • Link between the project and VOs • Industry Relations • Industry Forum • Industry Task Force – NEW! • Technical Coordination – TCG – NEW! • See later

  19. EGEE-II Program of Work • Formally defined in DoW: https://edms.cern.ch/document/684101/ • Defines 51 deliverables and 89 milestones • Deliverables have hard deadlines – any slip needs to be communicated to EU well in advance • Contain quarterly and periodic (1 year) reports (QR and PR) • Will be reviewed internally to assure they are of high quality • EU will evaluate us against deliverables; achievement of milestones needs to be reported to EU in quarterly reports • Plan enough time to prepare these documents and allow for activity internal review • Details can also be found at http://egee-jra2.web.cern.ch/EGEE-JRA2/EGEE-II/Deliverables/DeliverablesScope.htm

  20. Highlights of EGEE-II • Increased Application Support (NA4) • Revamped Industry Forum and Industrial Task Force (NA2) • Multi-platform support and Interoperability (SA3) • Streamlined integration and testing (SA3) • Unified middleware release – gLite 3.x • More visibility at high profile events like supercomputing (NA2) • Focus on reliability, deployability, security (JRA1) • Related projects provide • Expansion of infrastructure • Application support • Integration and Test facilities • Extension of training towards more generic Grid education

  21. EGEE-II Technical Coordination • The EGEE-II proposal defines a Technical Coordination Group (TCG): The TCG brings together the technical activities within the project in order to ensure the oversight and coordination of the technical direction of the project, and to ensure that the technical work progresses according to plan. • Basically coordinating the work of SA1, SA2, SA3, NA4, and JRA1 • Membership from all these activities but still remain a “small” team • Additional experts will join based on the topic of discussion • Working groups will be spawn off to solve specific problems • Focus on practical short term solutions • Long term projects will be sourced out to middleware providers • The group defines the technical direction of EGEE • Not just a discussion forum! • Decisions taken by the group must be honoured by the affected activities

  22. Summary • EGEE has a demanding program of work • Can build on a solid basis • EGEE-II is really a continuation project, not a new one • Make sure all partners collaborate in your activities • Execution plan and define partner responsibilities • Partner metrics will be introduced • EGEE continues to be the flagship Grid infrastructure project of EU • This brings a number of responsibilities • Concertation, standardization, interoperability with related projects etc. • Make sure this effort is part of your plans • Success of EGEE will be decisive for long-term sustainability of Grid infrastructures • EGEE, related projects, national grid initiatives and user communities are working to define a model for a sustainable grid infrastructure that is independent of project cycles