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transparencies - Istituto Nazionale di Fisica Nucleare
EUMEDGRID & EUChinaGRID
Federico Ruggieri
EB INFN-GRID
Bologna 29 Agosto 2006
Obiettivi Principali
• Esportare le Griglie ed il Middleware di EGEE in altre
regioni o paesi (Area Mediterraneo e Cina).
• Stimolare la creazione di infrastrutture GRID regionali
(Mediterraneo)
• Supportare l’interoperabilità delle infrastrutture GRID
esistenti e nascenti (Cina e Mediterraneo).
• Supportare l’estensione delle applicazioni GridEnabled di EGEE (LHC, ecc.) alle aree di interesse.
• Abilitare nuove comunità scientifiche all’uso di
tecnologie ed infrastrutture GRID.
• Favorire l’uso di nuove applicazioni che siano GRIDEnabled.
Status & Numbers
• Entrambi i Progetti sono Specific Support Action
(SSA).
• Sono partiti il 1 Gennaio 2006.
• La durata è di 24 Mesi (finiranno il 31.12.2007).
• Alcuni partners in comune: INFN, CERN, GARR,
GRNET.
• Contributo EU di 1,646,500 € (EUMEDGRID) e
1,299,998 € (EUChinaGRID).
• Sedi INFN direttamente coinvolte: Roma3, Catania,
CNAF.
FP6−2004−Infrastructures−6-SSA-026024
[Empowering eScience across the Mediterranean]
EUMEDGRID
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www.eumedgrid.org
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Participants
Participant
Participant name
number
1 INFN (Italy) Coordinator
2 CERN (Switzerland)
3 CYNET (Cyprus)
4 DANTE (UK)
5 GARR (Italy)
6 GRNET (Greece)
7 RED.ES (Spain)
8 University of Malta (Malta)
9 CERIST (Algeria)
10 CNRST (Morocco)
11 EUN (Egypt)
12 HIAST (Syria)
13 MRSTDC (Tunisia)
14 TUBITAK - ULAKBIM (Turkey)
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Third Parties
Third Party
Partner
Università di Messina – Dipartimento di Matematica (IT)
INFN
Dipartimento di Fisica – Università di RomaTre (IT)
INFN
CRS4 – (IT)
GARR
ICTP – (IT)
INFN
IUCC (Inter University Computing Center) - ISRAEL
GARR
Laboratoire CRISTAL - Ecole Nationale des Sciences de l'Informatique (TU)
MRSTDC
Research Unit of Technologies of Information and Communication -University
of Tunis (TU)
MRSTDC
Bilkent University (TK)
TUBITAK
JUNet, Jordan
GRNET
PADI2, Palestine
GRNET
Institute of Communication and Computer Systems, Athens, Greece
GRNET
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EUMEDGRID WP’s
 WP1: Project administrative and technical management
 WP2: Requirement capture and analysis
• User profiles and Applications
• Universities & Research Centres potentially interested
 WP3: Pilot infrastructure deployment and operations
• Support pilot national grid infrastructure and services.
 WP4: Applications support
• EGEE supported applications (LHC, BioMed, etc.)
• Regional applications (Geology, Management of water, etc.)
• New applications (to be discovered by WP2).
 WP5: Training and dissemination
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WP2 - The Survey: Structure
 Section A: General
 Section B: Experience with grid technologies
 Section C: Applications
 Section D: Software
 Section E: Hardware
 Section F: Training
 Section G: Other feedback
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WP2 - The Survey: Responses
Country
Algeria
Cyprus
Egypt
Israel
Jordan
Malta
Morocco
Palestine
Syria
Tunisia
Turkey
Total
Frequency
42
5
1
3
3
6
21
3
2
4
6
96
Percent
43.8%
5.2%
1%
3.1%
3.1%
6.3%
21.9%
3.1%
2.1%
4.2%
6.3%
100%
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The Survey: Some Numbers
 Average of 8-9 responses per country
• Higher than average response in Algeria and
Morocco
• Promotion is required to raise interest in grids and
EUMEDGRID
 40.9% of respondents unaware whether an NGI exists
in their country
 64% of respondents are interested in the creation of a
national grid initiative
 73% of respondents believe that they can benefit from
grid computing; 25.8% are unaware of how
 80.2% of respondents believe grids would allow them
to tackle larger/more complex problems; 19.8% are
unsure
 HEP, Biomedicine and Computational Chemistry were
identified as the principal application areas
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The Survey: Some Numbers
 Only 20.4% of respondents have used grids
 47.9% of current grid users are basic users; 32.9% are
normal users; 19.2% are advanced users
 39.7% of respondents currently use parallel computing
 Respondents tend to associate grids with HPC, not
VCE and instrument control
 12.5% of respondents have attended grid computing
training
 Training facilities are available in all 11 beneficiary
countries
 Current computing infrastructure largely
Intel/Microsoft-based, with few instances of Scientific
Linux
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EUMEDGRID Infrastructure
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EUMEDCONNECT Network
Country
Name of NREN
International Research
Connectivity (in Mbps)
Status
Algeria
CERIST
155
In service
Cyprus
CYNET
200
In service
Egypt
EUN
34
In service
Israel
IUCC
622
In service
Jordan
UniCo
45
In service
Malta
University of Malta
20
In service
Morocco
CNRST
34
In service
Palestinian Territories
PADI2
45
In service
Syria
HIAST
8
In service
Tunisia
RFR
45
In service
Turkey
ULAKBIM
155
In service
Guided User Registration
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procedure
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WP2
 Questionnaire for requirements capture and
analysis finalized and widely advertised.
 97 answers received in less than two months
(the number of answers varies a lot as a
function of countries).
 First draft of D2.1 already circulated by our
colleagues at UoM. It’s a monumental work!
Etremely good “inventory” of e-Science in
the Mediterranean Area.
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INFN CA Registration Authorities
Documentation for
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sysadmins
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e-Infrastructure (1/2)
New Site !
MA-01-CNRST
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e-Infrastructure (2/2)
EuMedGrid Real Time Monitor
(http://gridportal.hep.ph.ic.ac.uk/rtm/running_frame.ht
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ml)
EuMedGrid Acceptable
Use Policy
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EuMedGrid VOMS
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(https://voms2.cnaf.infn.it:8443/voms/eumed/)
Users’ and Sysadmins’
Support System
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Applications
 WP4 was not expected to work while WP2
was acting but we need anyway to prepare
the roadmap for the next months.
 In particular, we need to:
• authorize the EGEE VO’s of the applications
we need/want to deploy on all EuMedGrid
sites;
• deploy the EGEE applications;
• deploy the EuMedGrid-specific applications
already identified;
• define the process to get new applications “on
board”.
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Known applications
 SPECFEM3D: simulates global and regional
(continental-scale) seismic wave
propagation
 Groundwater Hydrology Application:
Modeling seawater intrusion in coastal
aquifers
 GridSPN: Tool for the analysis of NonMarkovian Stochastic Petri Nets (NMSPN)
 GRIDVideo: To adopt Grid technologies to
deliver services to end users
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SWIMED
Groundwater modeling
4.07E+06
 Aim: estimate sustainable
extraction scheme - improve
management
4.06E+06
 CODESA-3D: Density-dependent
3D coupled groundwater flow and
transport simulations
 Data requirement
•
•
•
•
Geology
Topography
Meteorology
Water extraction by the
farmer
• Aquifer properties
• Soil maps
• Land use
4.05E+06
4.04E+06
N
H [m.a.s.l]
160
120
80
40
20
10
5
0
-2
6.60E+05 6.70E+05 6.80E+05
One simulated map of water levels
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Dissemination material
 Several documents advertising the Project
have been produced
(http://documents.eumedgrid.org/?c=Disse
mination+materials&as=0&ln=en).
 Official brochure and poster have been
prepared expressly for TNC2006 (have a look
at them at the EuMedGrid booth).
 First Project’s gadgets produced (don’t forget
to take one to bring back home).
EUChinaGRID
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http://www.euchinagrid.org
Participants
1
Istituto Nazionale di Fisica Nucleare – INFN (IT) (coordinator)
2
European Organisation for Nuclear Research CERN (CH)
3
Dipartimento di Biologia - Università di Roma Tre (IT)
4
Consortium GARR (IT)
5
Greek Research & Technology Network (GR)
6
Jagiellonian University, Cracow (PL)
7
School of Computer Science and Engineering – Beihang University Beijing (CN)
8
Computer Network Information Center, Chinese Academy of Sciences – Beijing (CN)
9
Institute of High Energy Physics, Beijing (CN)
10
Peking University – Beijing (CN)
Third Parties
 ACADEMIA SINICA GRID COMPUTING CENTRE
(ASGC), TAIPEI (Partner: CERN)
 Physics Department – UNIVERSITÀ DI ROMATRE –
ROMA (Partner: INFN)
EUChinaGRID WP’s
 WP1 – Project Administrative and Technical Management
 WP2 – Network planning and interoperability study
• Specific activity to study IPv4/IPv6 GRID interoperability.
 WP3 – Pilot infrastructure operational support
• Specific activity to study interoperability between EGEE &
CNGrid.
 WP4 – Applications
• EGEE applications (LHC, Bio, etc.)
• ARGO-YBJ and Gamma Ray Bursts
• Never Born Proteins
 WP5 – Dissemination
• Dissemination of advanced knowledge on Grid technologies.
TEIN2
ORIENT will
upgrade to 2.5
Gbps
CNGrid
Grid Middleware and IPv6
 Mini-Workshop held on 13 June 2006 at IHEP (Beijing).
 EGEE MW is not at all IPv6 compliant due to both internal and
external code.
 Dedicated workshop in the next EGEE conference in Geneva
(25-29 September ’06)
 CNGrid MW is not yet IPv6 compliant but code modification and
external packages update is under work to reach complete
compatibility.
 A Web Portal will contain:
 A list of the mw components and external packages that are
declared to be IPv6 compliant.
 A short manual on how to produce IPv6 compliant software
 A simple code checker that will allow to discover non-compliant
parts of code in a source file.
EGEE and CNGRID interoperability
 gLite and GOS are based on a completely different
architecture.
 A gateway will be developed in Beihang University to
allow the job submission service as a first trial.
 Interoperation is in preliminary study phase.
ARGO – YBJ Laboratory
• Unique High Altitude Cosmic Ray Laboratory (4300 m) Tibet, 90
km North to Lhasa. Chinese-Italian collaboration.
• The Experiment data rate to be transferred is 250 TB/Year
requiring a steady transfer rate of the order of 100 Mbps to
Beijing and from there to Italy.
Never Born Proteins
 The number of natural proteins on Earth, although apparently
large, is only a tiny fraction of the possible ones:
• with 20 different co-monomers (the 20 different natural aminoacids), a polypeptide chain with 60 residues (n=60) can exist in
2060 different chain structures.
• In nature, we have around 1013-14 different proteins, so that the
ratio between the possible and the actual number is staggeringly
large.
 This means that there is an astronomically large number of
proteins that have never been seen on Earth - an incredibly large
number of “never born proteins” (NBP).
 The present research in the field is based on a computational
approach to study a large library of NBP (109 protein sequences)
to the aim of clarifying the structural principles that characterize
them and of selecting a reasonable number of sequences which
can potentially give rise to stably folded proteins.
Real Time Monitor
GridIce
Richieste 2007
• EUChinaGRID ed EUMEDGRID hanno un forte
coinvolgimento estero e necessitano di una quantità
di Missioni Est. abbastanza rilevante.
• Continuerà l’attività di tutoraggio (soprattutto nei
primi sei mesi); cercheremo di effettuare un certo
numero di training in Italia.
• L’attività critica sarà quella del supporto alle
applicazioni.
• Per EUMED sarà critico lo sviluppo di iniziative Grid
Nazionali.
• Per EUChina sono fondamentali le attività di
compatibilità IPv6 e di interoperabilità gLite-GOS.
Spese 2006 (Roma Tre)
Missioni Estere
Preventivo
GRID
Euchina
EUMED
Servizi
Totale
Spesi
Previsione
Finanziamento
4,271.07
7,123.34
4,023.61
1,056.28
16,474.30
2,135.54
3,561.67
2,011.81
0.00
7,709.01
19,000.00
19,000.00
Missioni Interne
Preventivo
GRID
Euchina
EUMED
Totale
Spesi
Previsione
Finanziamento
4,075.93
496.24
2,737.13
7,309.30
2,037.97
248.12
1,368.57
3,654.65
12,000.00
12,000.00
Preventivo 2007 in k€
RM3
CT
CNAF
Missioni Estere
30
40
20
Missioni Interne
15
16
15
Consumo
10
10
10
Inventariabile
10
20
10
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