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  • 1. OGF20/EGEE User Forum Event Sponsors Premier Standard Media GRIDtoday Technische Universitat Berlin
  • 2. Grid User Communities – Pioneers in Helping to Shape Grid Adoption Mark Linesch - President, Open Grid Forum Hewlett Packard
  • 3. Industry Journey Old World New World Static Silo Physical Manual Application Dynamic Shared Virtual Automated Service
  • 4. The blind men and the elephant in the room Cyberinfrastructure Grids Shared Infrastructure/ Shared Services SaaS SOA Virtualization Web 2.0 Automation
  • 5. Adoption is progressing in stages Scientific/ Technical Grids Commercial/ Enterprise Grids Early Deployments Momentum Building (Proven Solutions) Broad Adoption We are somewhere around here Pervasive Adoption “ breaking through non-standard barriers”
  • 6. Adoption Industry-wide perspective Early Deployments Momentum Building (Proven Solutions) Broad Adoption “ Cluster Grids” HPC-oriented solutions for research, engineering, and LOB “ Data Center Grids” Shared & service-oriented infrastructures that span the data center (s) “ Collaborative Grids” Multi-organizational, regional grid infrastructures “ Cloud” and emerging Utility Providers … Automotive, Aerospace design … Physics, Weather Forecasting … Research, Engineering … Enterprise Data Centers … Finance, Pharma, Energy …
    • Barriers
    • Social
    • Licensing
    • Standards
  • 7. Adoption Organizational Perspective Level Level 1 2 Level 3 Level 4 Level 5 Source: 451 Group, January 2007 Grid Computing - The State of the Market Multiple applications on linked grids, with more extensive resource sharing, looking at broad enterprise applications Trials/Proof of concept Single application run in single line-of-business Multiple applications on silo’d grids, operated by lines-of-business Multiple applications on basic linked grids, with limited resource sharing and centralized control
  • 8. Our journey together
    • Providers: Deployment, management and change at scale
    Users: Communication, collaboration and commerce at scale Infrastructure Applications
  • 9. Wanted … a few good users Journey to exciting new destinations Meet interesting colleagues Experience the thrill of victory and the …
  • 10. … to help us with our mission “ I think you should be more explicit here in step two”
  • 11. Through engaging in our open community processes … Communities and Users Alignment & Prioritization Alignment & Prioritization Workshops and Groups OGF Technical Strategy & Roadmap Technical Strategy Committee Grid Interoperation Now Charter Open Grid Forum 2.1 Focus/Purpose … ..The purpose of this group is to coordinate a set of interoperation efforts among production Grids interested in interoperating in support of applications that require resources in multiple Grids. The focus of this group is to plan and implement interoperation on specific, well defined topics via coordinated efforts providing feedback to standardization groups and software providers. Other topics may be discussed in more loosely coordinated discussion groups. 2.2 Scope The scope of the group is to pursue interoperation on 6-8 month horizons using solutions for which there are working implementations available, wherever possible using standards. Links with appropriate standards groups and the OGF Technical Strategy Committee will be established and feedback to these groups given; links with software providers will be established in a similar manner…
  • 12. Sharing your insights Use Cases Requirements Pain Points Gaps (timing, agreement, maturity)
  • 13. And commenting on our perspectives and directions … Technical Strategy for the Open Grid Forum 2007-2010 Grid – Distributed Computing at Scale An overview of Grid and the Open Grid Forum
  • 14. Thank You! OGF welcomes your questions and further engagement: [email_address] Open Forum for grid innovation and outreach Open Standards for grid software interoperability