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    Session10part2  Servers Detailed Session10part2 Servers Detailed Presentation Transcript

    • Mitglied der Helmholtz-Gemeinschaft UNICORE Server Components - Detailed View 07/07/2009 Bastian Demuth b.demuth@fz-juelich.de
    • Job Submission: Software Layers Client https “web service firewall”, message authentication and forwarding Gateway Web Services https Service: coherent chunk of functionality exposed (WSRF) through a web-service interface Security Atomic Additional Services Services Service Container Execution Management (XNJS) Target System Interface (TSI) non WS (batch) execution systems, file systems, databases, ... Target systems 07/07/2009 Slide 2
    • Deployment Scenario: Workflow Services Client lookup Gateway Global Registry lookup, create TSS, Service submit job, Container transfer file Gateway Gateway UAS Local UAS Local UAS Local Registry Registry Registry Service Service Service Container Container Container lookup XUUDB user XUUDB 07/07/2009 Slide 3
    • WSRF  Web Services Resource Framework  WS Resource ■ Stateful web service ■ Represented by an XML document ■ Resource properties ■ Standard methods: getter, setter, queries ■ Lifetime  Service Group ■ List of WS addresses ■ Used for Registry  WS-BaseFaults 07/07/2009 Slide 4
    • Configuration  Service Container ■ Web Services to be deployed ■ Address of the shared Registry ■ XUUDB address, “Grid Component ID“ ■ Gateway address  Gateway Everybody: ■ Connection list Security settings (Keystore, certificate, ...)  Registry ■ Lifetime for entries  Client ■ Registry Address 07/07/2009 Slide 5
    • UNICORE Atomic Services (UAS) Gateway map grid users Target System Service Container to local Factory (TSF) users UNICORE Site Target System Target System Service (TSS) Service (TSS) XUUDB Security Job Mgmnt Job Mgmnt Storage Mgmnt Service (JMS) Service (JMS) Service (SMS) Target System Interface (TSI) Key: Storage Mgmnt Storage Mgmnt File Transfer reference Service (SMS) Service (SMS) Service (FTS) file transfer lookup 07/07/2009 Slide 6
    • UAS: Target System Factory Service Target 1. createTSS System Factory 3. return TSS address 2. create Target Client 4. use TSS System Service 07/07/2009 Slide 7
    • UAS: Target System Service  Abstract web service interface to target system ■ List of applications ■ Links to jobs and storages (e.g. user home)  Security ■ User authentication through XUUDB ■ Authorization: Users' target system instances and jobs are protected by configurable XACML policy ■ Secure job submission through message signing  Extensibility ■ Virtualization ■ Exclusive resource reservation 07/07/2009 Slide 8
    • UAS: Job Management Service  Abstract web service interface to submitted jobs ■ Jobs can be accessed and controlled from anywhere  Job status (queued, running, finished, failed, ...)  Link to storage that represents the working directory (uspace) ■ Used to securely access output files  Detailed execution log, exit code of the application  Applications are abstracted: path of executable invisible  Provide a copy of the job description ■ Can be used for resubmission  Have a lifetime (like all WS-Resources) ■ Used for automatic clean-up 07/07/2009 Slide 9
    • UAS: Job Management and Storage Services Client Target 1. submit System Service 1.1.1 return job address 1.1 create 3. start Job 2. import data 2. stage-in data Local Filespace 4. export data USpace 4. stage-out data Remote Storage Spaces 07/07/2009 Slide 10
    • UAS: Storage and File Transfer Services Storage Management 1. importFile() /exportFile() Service 3. return FTS address 2. create File Transfer Client 4. write/read data, Service monitor 07/07/2009 Slide 11
    • UAS: File Transfer Protocols  Pluggable mechanisms ■ Both for client-server and server-server transfers  Default mechanism: Simple OGSA ByteIO ■ Sends data as SOAP messages through the full stack ■ Needs no additional ports ■ No installation effort (pure Java) ■ Performance of ~400kB/sec  Plain http: ~ 3MB/sec  GridFTP: Speed depends on line & number of parallel TCP ports ■ Drawbacks: Lots of open ports, installation effort  UDT: ~ 100MB/sec on 1Gbit/sec line, C++ Implementation 07/07/2009 Slide 12
    • Deployment Scenario: Workflow Services trace Client lookup workflow Global submit Registry workflow Service Container Workflow Location Tracer Engine Mapper Service Container publish Service Container store submit jobs messages callback Service Orchestrator query Information Service Container Service submit jobs, Service check job status Container UAS UAS UAS Service Service Service collect Container Container Container data 07/07/2009 Slide 13
    • Workflow Engine 1. submit workflow 3. return workflow address 2. create Workflow Client 4. monitor Instance execution 07/07/2009 Slide 14
    • Configurable Security Handlers User U Security handler chain SSL U = SSL partner? Did U sign R1? Request R1 login, group, User: U & role of U? Service: S Is U allowed XUUDB to use S? U XACML Policy File read Service S 07/07/2009 Slide 15
    • Trust Delegation User U Request R2 Consignor: W SSL Security handler chain SSL Service: S2 W = SSL partner? Request R1 Did W sign R2? Request R1 Workflow User: U User: U Trusts: W Engine W Trusts: W Does U trust W? Service: S1 (offers S1) => SAML U U W Is U allowed to use S2? XUUDB read XACML Service S2 Policy File 07/07/2009 Slide 16
    • UNICORE as a Web Service Hosting Environment  Security  Platform independence  Lightweight and performing: Jetty, XFire  High level programming APIs => Minimal effort  Hot deployment of web services  Transparent persistence layer using relational databases 07/07/2009 Slide 17
    • Ongoing Development (Incomplete List!)  European Projects ■ Smart LM: License management ■ Phosphorus: Meta-scheduling, network reservation ■ Etics: Tool for distributed builds on different platforms  German Projects ■ D-Mon: Monitoring in the D-Grid ■ BIS-Grid: Business workflows using BPEL ■ WisNetGrid: Data Management  Other Activities at the JSC ■ Information service (GLUE 2.0) ■ Purely Java based UDT implementation 07/07/2009 ■ Improved MPI support Slide 18
    • Online Documentation http://www.unicore.eu 07/07/2009 Slide 19