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    • The Developer Perspective GEMEDA Grid-Enabled Microeconometric Data Analysis
    • Design
      • initial plan was to extend an existing demonstrator that had grid-enabled a related problem
      • start point: review of current technologies
      • ad-hoc requirements capture: dialogue between developers and users
        • regular meeting of the full project team
        • one-to-one meetings/communication for specific issues
      : data, modelling, presentation
    • Technical Strategy
      • Hitch onto established trends & ongoing investments:
        • Web service technologies (portals avoid local deployment of complex middleware stacks)
        • OGSA-DAI
        • NGS Oracle for databases, MPI for parallelism
      The establishment of a critical mass of compatible Grid-enabled tools is a necessary condition for success of e-Social Science in the UK
    • Development Issues
      • small scale project with funding, time and scheduling constraints
      • e-Science research staff recruitment
      • reliability, immaturity of documentation, and error reporting for middleware services (esp. NGS)
      • software re-use (human capital)
        • Athens authentication code from ConvertGrid
        • GeoTools (java mapping library) from Hydra I Grid
      • dialogue between developer and user (e.g. what is a variable?)
    • Lessons Learnt
      • what the user(s) want isn't necessarily what they need
      • development is hostage to staffing issues
      • specialist elements of the service are often the easiest (in a relative sense) to develop
        • parallel code
        • visualization displays.
      • linking everything together is the difficult bit
    • Linux Mandkrake 10.1 Java 1.4.2_06 Tomcat 5.0.28 Globus Toolkit 3.2 OGSA-DAI 4 Java Cog Kit 4 Spring J2EE application framework 1.2.3 DWR Ajax library ProFTP Oracle 9i RAC edition Python 2.3 (dataset creation & wrapper to second Java instance & Cog Kit code) Eclipe IDE Fortran95+MPI C (utiliies for converting output for use with the map) GeoTools (Java library for mapping) Software Used:
    • Future Plans
      • The project has now concluded
        • Ensuring long term sustainability is a problem
        • The plan is for the service/portal to become part of the NCeSS demonstrator suite.
        • Re-engineering may be required.
        • (e.g. for Globus WSRF compliance)
    • GEMEDA Architecture Diagram JSP Web interface + Results visualization applet NGS Oracle hosted datasets BHPS SARs Household SARs Individual GEMEDA Apache Tomcat Spring Framework NGS HPC computing nodes Manchester, Oxford, Leeds, CCLRC RAL GEMEDA parallelized analysis code grid service DAISGR (DAI Service Group Registry) Athens Server NGS MyProxy server FTP server OGSA-DAI Grid Security Infrastructure Globus Toolkit Core Axis Apache Tomcat