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    • CLOUD – GRID Integration S MADHUSUDHANA RAO CENTRE FOR DEVELOPMENT OF ADVANCED COMPUTING, CHENNAI
    • AGENDA• Introduction –CDAC• Cloud Infrastructure @ CDAC• GRID-GARUDA• Integration of CLOUD & GRID
    • C-DAC an overview• C-DAC : seeded at Pune Centre in 1987 – High Performance Computing (HPC) – the focal area then• Later started – Multilingual Computing (1988) – Advanced Computing Training School (ACTS) (1993)• Subsequently added activities – Healthcare – e-Governance• Multimedia – Geo-Matics• Merger of 3 premier societies of DIT with C-DAC in December, 2002 – ( ERDCI- 1982 – 88, NCST- 1985, CEDTI-1990 ) – ( Electronics, Software, Training & skills development)
    • C-DAC an overview • 10 Locations • 10 Labs • 2500 members
    • Thematic focus areas of C-DAC• High Performance Computing & Grid Computing – Hardware, Software, Systems, Applications, Research, Technology, Infrastructure• Multilingual Computing and Heritage Computing – Tools, Fonts, Products, Solutions, Research, Technology Development• Health Informatics – Hospital Information System, Telemedicine, Decision Support System, Tools, Traditional Knowledge-base and DSS for Medicine• Software Technologies, including FOSS – OSS, Multimedia, ICT for masses, E-Governance, Geo-Matics, ICT4D
    • Thematic focus areas of C-DAC• Professional Electronics including VLSI & Embedded Systems – Digital Broadband and Wireless Systems, Network Technologies, Power Electronics, Real-Time Systems, Control Electronics, Embedded Systems, VLSI/ASIC Design, Agri Electronics, Strategic Electronics• Cyber Security & Cyber Forensics – Cyber Security tools, technologies & solution development, Research & Training
    • Kaleidoscope of C-DAC products
    • International Presence RUSSIA TAJIKISTA N MAURITIUS GHANA UZBEKISTAN MYANMAR SEYCHELLES TANZANIA
    • GRID - GARUDA
    • GARUDA India Map
    • GARUDA• India’s National Grid Computing Initiative• Distributed across 45 institutions in 17 locations.• Total:1560 CPUs and 15.2 TF• Network : National Knowledge Network (linking all research & educational institutes on high speed backbone )• Certificate : IGCA (Indian Grid Certificate Authority)• Applications include - Disaster Management; Computer Aided Engineering; Climate Modeling; Medical and Health Care; Collaborative Class Room
    • Garuda – Some Applications• Development and parallelization of 2D model based Seismic Waveform inversion algorithm and software for estimating the elastic properties of the earth.• Portal which provides a web-interface for Bioinformatics applications in Sequence Analysis and Molecular Modeling running on a High Performance Computer. iMolDock• Molecular Modeling docking application, which helps the user to find out appropriate ligands for particular proteins. EQ-Check• To tackle problems related to checking and design of earthquake resistant structures, potentially saving money, structures and lives. SD2000• SD2000 is a supercomputing based Decision Support System using Mathematical, Statistical and Artificial Intelligence more..
    • CLOUD INFRASTRUCTURE
    • Private Cloud InfrastructureComputational resources @ three locations Hyderabad, Bengaluru, ChennaiMake Model Processor RAM HDD Quantity Dual Socket Quad Core Intel XeonHP DL 380 G5 X5460 @ 3.16GHz 32 GB 4 x 146GB 3 Dual Socket Quad Core Intel XeonHP DL 380G5 X5460 @ 3.16GHz 16 GB 2 x 250GB 1 Dual Socket Quad Core Intel XeonHP DL 160 G5 X5460 @ 3.16GHz 16 GB 2 x 250GB 40 Quad Core Intel Xeon E5405 @HP DL 160G5 2.00GHz 2 GB 2 x 250GB 1 Dual Socket Dual Core Intel Xeon @HP DL 360G4 3.60GHz 3 GB 160GB 8HCL Global infinity Dual Core Intel Xeon @ 3.20GHz 2 GB 2 x 146GB 4 TOTAL 57Computational resourcesMake Description Capacity 20 x 300 GB 15K RPM SAS disks and 27 x 750 GB SATA disks 20 + 6 TBEMC2 2 TB TOTAL 28 TBNetwork : NATIONAL KNOWLEDGE NETWORK
    • Underlying Technical componentsCDAC Chennai Cloud powered by•BOSS Advanced Server 1.0•Xen Hypervisor 3.2•Eucalyptus 2.0•Hadoop•Appscale•Hyperic HQ•CDAC Scripts for Metering & Billing integratedwith Eucalyptus•CDAC Scripts for Elasticity integrated withEucalyptusGaruda Grid powered by•Globus Toolkit 4.*•Torque•Gridway
    • ON-GOING PROJECTS In Cloud• Open Source Cloud Middleware development• End to End Security for Cloud• Integration of Garuda (India’s National Grid Computing Initiative) with Cloud infrastructure @ Chennai.• Cloud stack for e-Governance projects (State Data centre pilot@Kerala)
    • Integration Requirements• The cloud resources hosting virtualized grid environment through the images bundled with the grid middleware should be customized for execution of high performance, parallel processing distributed grid applications without any issues or hindrances.• The grid environment should be capable of hosting cloud instances and applications.• The virtual grid hosted over cloud should be incorporated into the virtual organization formation across cloud and grid or within the cloud.
    • Integration - Requirements• Resource management across networking barriers• Execution management• Monitoring and control of jobs & instances• Backup and disaster recovery, live migration• Enhanced security• Common user interface
    • SCOPE OF THE INTEGRATION• Private cloud lacks with resources resulting in “Cloud burst”• Integrates cloud middleware with grid middleware along with its schedulers• Optimal utilization of the grid resources by deploying cloud appliances and applications into the grid• Return on investment to the grid service providers• High performance grid jobs are executed over virtual environment on cloud instance• Dedicated resource for grid not needed.
    • Integrator with Gridway • Interfacing Gridway with Integrator. • If the job state is pending gridway must invoke integrator • Additional no of nodes to be created in cloud resources • Image & Security • Eucalyptus VM Creation • Network Management between grid and cloud • Execution Management • Data Management • Gridway has DRMAA (Distributed Resource Management Application API) for user interface
    • Integrator Request to Submits Job create VM If Job state is pending Meta Scheduler (Gridway) Eucalyptus Cloud Creating VM in Selects Resource Cloud & Submit Computing Nodes Cloud Resource
    • Integrator with Eucalyptus• Interfacing Eucalyptus with Integrator• If Eucalyptus cloud cant create VM, it must invoke integrator• Additional number of nodes to be created in grid resource• Image & Network Management• Security Management between grid and cloud• VM Creation in grid resources
    • Integrator Request Request to Create VMMeta Scheduler (Gridway) Eucalyptus Cloud Creating VM in Creating VM in Cloud Nodes Grid Nodes Computing Nodes Cloud Resource
    • CLOUD GRID INTEGRATION ARCHITECTURE
    • INTEGRATION MODULE• Hierarchy of both grid and cloud is almost the same• Components of Integrator • Execution Manager • Resource Manager • Network Manager • Imaging component • Security component • Portal
    • GRID JOB EXECUTION IN CLOUD• Grid jobs under execution when need additional resources from cloud, request is sent by meta scheduler to integrator• Resource management component in integrator approaches cloud controller• Bundled grid image from imaging component deployed into cloud with concurrence from the cloud controller• Cloud controller through cluster and node controller deploys the image on n number of virtual instances• Local scheduler runs on newly formed grid cluster over cloud resources and is directly controlled by the meta scheduler at the grid site.• Virtual organization can be formed across the new grid cluster in cloud and clusters functioning at the grid site
    • CLOUD APPLICATION IN GRID• Cloud image bundled and residing in the cloud controller fetched by integrator imaging component• Deployed into grid through meta scheduler after concurrence from meta scheduler• Cloud controller along with integrator – resource manager raises a request• Meta scheduler deploys image bundle and application is hosted on the instances• Grid instances contains node controller and all nodes controllers operating in grid site is controlled by a Cluster controller deployed internally• Cluster controller directly controlled by Cloud controller operating in the cloud site.• Integrator is responsible for Metering of Cloud instances, Elasticity, Backup and disaster recovery, Elastic Ip addressing of instances deployed onto Grid.
    • Image Management• Image Management is mainly used to manage the virtual images.• Image Management module maintains the metadata as an xml DB which contains all the image related information.• Virtual Image is the image which has created with operating system and applications.
    • Security Management• It is mainly used to authenticate and authorize the grid and cloud users.• The security management should have the intelligent for mapping both the grid and cloud users to access the resource.
    • Network Management• It is responsible for assigning the IP address, host name and managing the network translation between grid and cloud resources
    • REFERENCES• http://www.stratuslab.org/doku.php, http://garudaindia.in• http://arxiv.org/ftp/arxiv/papers/0903/0903.2525.pdf• http://alp.access-company.com/images/overview/architecture_lg.gif• http://www.it20.info/misc/pictures/hypervisorcomparison-xen.jpg• http://www.gridway.org/doku.php?id=documentation:release_5.6:ia• http://gdp.globus.org/gt4-tutorial/multiplehtml/ch01s04.html• http://open.eucalyptus.com/, http://www.hpcinthecloud.com/• “Application Level Interoperability between Clouds and Grids”, Andre Merzky, Katerina Stamou, Shantenu Jha, uting Conference 978-0-7695-3677-4/09 $25.00 © 2009 IEEE• “Using Clouds to address Grid Limitations”, Giacomo V. Mc Evoy Bruno Schulze, Laboratório Nacional de Computação Científica Av. Getúlio Vargas, 333 – Quitandinha 25651-075 Petrópolis, RJ, Brazil MGC’08, December 1-5, 2008 Leuven, Belgium. Copyright 2008 ACM 978-1-60558-365-5/08/12...• “Integration of Cloud and Grid Middleware at DGRZR”, Stefan Freitag, Robotics Research Institute Dortmund University of Technology International Symposium on Grid Computing 2010.
    • THANK YOU Please visit us www.cdac.inContact: rmadhu@cdac.in