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Quantum Leap in Open Source Collaboration - Bridging the gap between campus infrastructures

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    • Quantum Leap in Open Source Collaboration Bridging the gap between campus infrastructures© Ton van Alebeek Harold Teunissen et al. April 2012 - #I2SMM12
    • Cyberinfra in the Netherlands• All ICT activities for Higher Education and Research in the Netherlands are brought under one umbrella National Research & Commercial ICT Scientific Computing & Shared Professional and Education Network Products & Services Storage Educational ServicesQuantum Leap in Open Source Collaboration - I2SMM12 - Arlington, VA 2
    • Big Data — when size does matter • More is not less... - Large scale and global research - Collaboration in Virtual Organizations - Shared resources - High dependence on ICTQuantum Leap in Open Source Collaboration - I2SMM12 - Arlington, VA 3
    • Collaborations and Partnerships• Virtual Research Team Virtual Laboratory - Focussed on doing research Virtual Project - Small scale - Temporary and elastic Virtual Colla- boration - Little ICT awareness• “Virtual” Infrastructure Provider Virtual Breeding Environment - Focussed on providing infrastructure for specific discipline - Well-organized with grands and budgets - Longer term collaborations and better ICT awareness - Not virtual (e.g. CLARIN, Lifewatch, LHC, Project Bamboo)• Virtual Collaboration* = People + Groups + Resources + Multi-Disciplines + Services + Policies + Funding + ...Quantum Leap in Open Source Collaboration - I2SMM12 - Arlington, VA 4
    • Researchers knocking on our door Radio Astronomy — Pulsar Climate Modeling for Scientist and CineGRID — 4K+ Video Distribution Research Decision Makers Testbed Centralized Imaging for Large Scale Jungle Computing and Multi-Model Next Generation DNA Sequencing Population Imaging Studies Multi-Kernel SimulationsQuantum Leap in Open Source Collaboration - I2SMM12 - Arlington, VA 5
    • e-VBLI relies on intl. networksQuantum Leap in Open Source Collaboration - I2SMM12 - Arlington, VA 6
    • Genomics in the Netherlands• DNA reads of 750 individuals, 300 TB data• Creating a “reference genome” and looking at variations in individuals to find cause of diseases• Hospitals generate data, and carry out the 1st analysis• Next Generation Networking for Next Generation Sequencing!Quantum Leap in Open Source Collaboration - I2SMM12 - Arlington, VA 7
    • Multi-Disciplinary Collaboration ƒ Virtual Collaboration A Virtual Collaboration BQuantum Leap in Open Source Collaboration - I2SMM12 - Arlington, VA 8
    • Multi-Disciplinary Collaboration ƒ Enabled byQuantum Leap in Open Source Collaboration - I2SMM12 - Arlington, VA 8
    • e-Research without limits ƒ Network C Network A Network B Open Lightpath ExchangeQuantum Leap in Open Source Collaboration - I2SMM12 - Arlington, VA 9
    • e-Research without limits ƒ Enabled byQuantum Leap in Open Source Collaboration - I2SMM12 - Arlington, VA 9
    • Circle of Pain... Resources & Services Access Authorization Control Virtual Relationship Users CollaborationQuantum Leap in Open Source Collaboration - I2SMM12 - Arlington, VA 10
    • Multi-Domain Service Delivery Key words — trust, mutual understanding and standardization! Domain I Domain VII Virtual Collaboration A S3 Domain II Domain III Domain IV Domain V Domain VIQuantum Leap in Open Source Collaboration - I2SMM12 - Arlington, VA 11
    • Multi-Domain Service Delivery Key words — trust, mutual understanding and standardization! Domain I Domain VII Virtual Collaboration A S3 What happens if if What happens a domain is removed, domain is removed added added? or or modified? Domain II Domain III Domain IV Domain V Domain VIQuantum Leap in Open Source Collaboration - I2SMM12 - Arlington, VA 11
    • OpenConext• Provides the glue and lubrication middleware to make campus, cloud based services and resources usable for collaboration for both inter campus and virtual collaboration scenarios• OpenConext offers the Identity and Group Infrastructure• Offer the platform software for large, virtual collaboration-type collaboration to run-you-own• OpenConext allows you to create your own collaboration environment that organizes your applications, services and resourcesQuantum Leap in Open Source Collaboration - I2SMM12 - Arlington, VA 12
    • Core Components• Federated Identity Management — SAML• Groups Management — Grouper• Social Network Portal technology — OpenSocial• Collaboration Services and Resources - Document Sharing Virtual Organization - Video Collaboration - Learning Systems - Data Storage - Data Mining - Workspaces 9000 CALORIES - Workflows - Et cetera 100% SATISFACTIONQuantum Leap in Open Source Collaboration - I2SMM12 - Arlington, VA 13
    • Eco-system and supply chain Collaboration Portal Research Data Storage ƒ DNA Sequencer Bandwidth on demand Virtual Collaboration 09 12 14Quantum Leap in Open Source Collaboration - I2SMM12 - Arlington, VA 14
    • Dynamic Network Service 1.0 NOC Engineer Users Application • User Management Admin GUI BoD GUI Legacy API • Resource Management • Topology & Discovery Network Management System • Path finding • Scheduling & Reservation • Network Element Provisioning & AssociationQuantum Leap in Open Source Collaboration - I2SMM12 - Arlington, VA 15
    • Resource Reservation 101 Bandwidth on Demand APRIL 25 8am-10pm ƒ Network C Network A Network B Open Lightpath ExchangeQuantum Leap in Open Source Collaboration - I2SMM12 - Arlington, VA 16
    • Resource Reservation 101 Bandwidth on Demand APRIL APRIL 25 8am-10pm 26 10am-12pm ƒ Network C Network A Network B Open Lightpath ExchangeQuantum Leap in Open Source Collaboration - I2SMM12 - Arlington, VA 16
    • Resource Reservation 101 Bandwidth on Demand APRIL APRIL APRIL 25 8am-10pm 26 10am-12pm 26 12.10pm-3pm ƒ Network C Network A Network B Open Lightpath ExchangeQuantum Leap in Open Source Collaboration - I2SMM12 - Arlington, VA 16
    • Dynamic Network Service 2.0• Group Management NOC• Resource Management Engineer Users Applications BoD GUI NSI Admin GUI NSI Inter Domain NSI NOC Bandwidth on Demand Service Engineer CIENA NMS Admin GUI Network Management• Topology & Discovery• Path finding System• Scheduling & Reservation• Network Element Provisioning & AssociationQuantum Leap in Open Source Collaboration - I2SMM12 - Arlington, VA 17
    • New SURFnet7 and BoD• All Institutes are upgraded to a MultiService Port• Allows for On Demand Lightpath Services• Provide connectivity towards Cloud providers and Netherlight• Offers fixed lightpath Quality of Service (bandwidth, latency, availability, et cetera)• Separation of lightpaths through VLAN tagging 10 Gbps MultiService Port Lightpath Lightpath On Demand Lightpath Available 2 Gbps 2 Gbps 4 Gbps 2 GbpsQuantum Leap in Open Source Collaboration - I2SMM12 - Arlington, VA 18
    • Fusion between users and services Virtual Collaboration BoD Admin Group Bandwidth on BoD Physical Ports Demand Service Admin Physical Resource Physical Resource Physical Resource Group X Group Y Group Z Ports areallocated to Institutes... Users Institute’s Admin Institute’s Institute’s Admin Admin Virtual Resource Group Virtual User Group Institute X Institute Y Institute Z ...and can be combined into a + + = Virtual Resource Group and then used by the collaborationQuantum Leap in Open Source Collaboration - I2SMM12 - Arlington, VA 19
    • ArchitectureQuantum Leap in Open Source Collaboration - I2SMM12 - Arlington, VA 20
    • Simplified view SAML2 ADFS TBD Identity Provider SAML2 Federation Web Portal Grouper Group Management Gadget Conext TBD Attribute Management Engine OpenSocial XACML Policy Management Container OpenSocial Rest JANUS Service Registry OpenSocial Rest SAML2 SP XACML SAML2 Metadata OAuth NSI Bandwidth on Demand Service CIENA NMS Network Management System NGE NGE / Network * Developed by SURFnetQuantum Leap in Open Source Collaboration - I2SMM12 - Arlington, VA 21
    • BoD Service — Work in ProgressQuantum Leap in Open Source Collaboration - I2SMM12 - Arlington, VA 22
    • Virtual Ports Assignment Bandwidth on DemandQuantum Leap in Open Source Collaboration - I2SMM12 - Arlington, VA 23
    • Virtual Ports Overview Bandwidth on DemandQuantum Leap in Open Source Collaboration - I2SMM12 - Arlington, VA 24
    • Reservations Bandwidth on DemandQuantum Leap in Open Source Collaboration - I2SMM12 - Arlington, VA 25
    • Physical Ports Bandwidth on DemandQuantum Leap in Open Source Collaboration - I2SMM12 - Arlington, VA 26
    • BoD uptake in the Netherlands Institute # of sites Genome of the Netherlands 12 (2 Intl) Population Imaging Studies 3 Visual Analysis of Flooding Scenarios 3 Connecting climate model data 3 Distributed Multi-Model / Multi-Kernel Simulations 3 Proteomics 4 CineGrid NL 4 Pulsar Research 3 FOM Rijnhuizen 2 Visualization of climate data 2 Visionair 2 DAS-4 5 NEXPReS 5+ (intl)Quantum Leap in Open Source Collaboration - I2SMM12 - Arlington, VA 27
    • © ESA. harold.teunissen@surfnet.nl haroldteunissen