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As presented at the SNIA Cloud Plugfest by Matteo Turilli, Chair – Federated Clouds Task Force

As presented at the SNIA Cloud Plugfest by Matteo Turilli, Chair – Federated Clouds Task Force

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  • Federation is the core goal.
  • Problem to face: people do not want to do any work. Gamification = making everything into games, competitive spirit. Try to think about a way to publish metrics of merit and work done.
  • Problem to face: people do not want to do any work. Gamification = making everything into games, competitive spirit. Try to think about a way to publish metrics of merit and work done.
  • Problem to face: people do not want to do any work. Gamification = making everything into games, competitive spirit. Try to think about a way to publish metrics of merit and work done.
  • Scenario 7Federated AAIScenario 8VM Marketplace

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  • Federated Clouds Task ForceCloud PlugFestMatteo TurilliChair – Federated Clouds Task Forcematteo.turilli@oerc.ox.ac.uk 1
  • Outline• Objectives• Outputs• Guiding principles• Mandate and Operations• TF Members• Workgroups• Federation Testbed Interfaces• Blueprint• Conclusions
  • Objectives• Integration: integration of virtualised resources with EGI’s production infrastructure – e.g. monitoring, accounting and resource publishing.• Technical feedback: feedback to technology providers on any changes needed for the deployment of their implementations.• Early adopters: identify and work with user communities willing to be early adopters of the resulting virtualised infrastructure.• Recommendations: identify issues that need to be addressed by other areas of EGI – e.g. policies, operations, support and dissemination.
  • Outputs• Blueprint document: advice/full documentation to resource providers/users on how to engage with the federated virtualised environment. This will be a living document on the EGI Wiki.• Testbed: implement interfaces and services for a federated cloud on the basis of the Task Force blueprint and the available standards and technologies.• Engagement: identification of resources centres and user communities willing to commit actively to this Task Force.• Dissemination: periodic “success stories” through dissemination channels.
  • Guiding Principles• Standards and validation: the goal of the TF effort is to produce a validation procedure for clouds federation based on the emerging standards in Cloud Computing. E.g. OVF, OCCI, CDMI, etc.• Resource typologies: EGI offers already a number of validated services to the community. Virtualisation and Cloud Computing should be considered just as another type of resource to integrate into the existing production infrastructure.• Heterogeneous implementation: there should be no specific mandate on the implementation of virtualisation/cloud technology but only the validation of a prescribed set of functionalities, standards and interfaces.• Provider agnosticism: no distinction should be made on the nature of each provider. Private, public, research and business oriented should make no difference once the federation criteria have been established and agreed upon.
  • Mandate and Organisation• Mandate: 18 months, September 2011 – March 2013.• Activities: divided into 3 blocks of 6 months each. Goals, deadlines and workgroups leaders are set up at the beginning of each block.• Workgroups: – working units within the Task Force. – Investigate a specified set of capabilities for a federation of clouds. – Have leaders and collaborators.• Workbenches: sections of the TF Wiki site collecting and documenting the activities of each workgroup.• Meetings: weekly conference call. F2F every 3 months.
  • Task Force Members SARA TUD Utrecht KTH EGI.eu DANTE GWDG TCD FZJ STFC CESNET OerC Community Driven Cyfronet • 58 individuals. SixSq Masaryk • 23 institutions. CNRS • 13 countries. LMU FCTSG SRCE IFAE INFN GRNET BSC
  • Task Force Members SARA TUD Utrecht KTH EGI.eu DANTE GWDG TCD FZJ STFC CESNET OerC Diverse Stakeholders Cyfronet • 15 Resource Providers. SixSq Masaryk • 7 Technology Providers. CNRS • 4 User Communities. LMU FCTSG • 3 Liaisons. SRCE IFAE INFN GRNET BSC
  • Task Force Members SARA TUD Utrecht KTH EGI.eu DANTE GWDG TCD FZJ STFC CESNET OerC Multiple Technologies Cyfronet • 7 OpenNebula. SixSq Masaryk • 3 StratusLab. CNRS • 3 OpenStack. LMU FCTSG • 1 Okeanos. SRCE • 1 WNoDeS. IFAE INFN GRNET BSC
  • Workgroups – Sep 2011/March 2012 VM Management . OCCI interfaces for multiple IaaS Data Management . CDMI interfaces for multiple IaaS . OVF Information Systems . Extended GLUE2 schema . LDAP server Accounting . Cloud Usage Record (UR) schema . UR server . UR client for each IaaS Monitoring . Nagios with cloud probes Notification . ActiveMQ? Federated AAI . X509 certificates . Support for Virtual Organisations (Vos) Marketplace . StratusLab
  • Federation Testbed Interfaces VM Mngmt Data Information OCCI 1.1 CDMI 1.0 GLUE 2.0 OVF 1.1.0 (LDAP)Clients AAI Resource Providers X509 OpenNebula, OpenStack, WNoDeS, …Brokers (SAML & XACML) Monitoring Accounting Notification Nagios OGF UR Various UR+ & StAR EGI Wide Area Message Bus ActiveMQ
  • Blueprint https://wiki.egi.eu/wiki/Fedcloud-tf:Blueprint
  • ConclusionsEGI Community Forum: Munich 26-30 March 2012• End of the first TF cycle.• Workshop.• Demo.TF cycle #2• Brokering.• EGI AAI integration.• Migration.Task Force resources• Mailing List: fedcloud-tf@mailman.egi.eu• Wiki site: http://go.egi.eu/tf-fedclouds• Indico site: https://www.egi.eu/indico/categoryDisplay.py?categId=56
  • Thank youMatteo TurilliChair – Federated Clouds Task Forcematteo.turilli@oerc.ox.ac.uk 14