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OSFair2017 Workshop | PLGrid: National Grid and Cloud Infrastructure for Science


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Łukasz Dutka presents PLGrid | OSFair2017 Workshop

Workshop title: National and European e-infrastructure cooparation for Open Science

Workshop overview:
This collaborative workshop comes in the context of coordinating EOSC related activities across large European infrastructures at European and national level. The workshop will offer an opportunity for cross-pollination on issues ranging from open scholarship to technical service provision, training, community engagement and support. OpenAIRE NOADs, EGI NGIs, GEANT NRENs and other national e-Infrastructure representatives will discuss gaps, synergies, coordination and service integration opportunities.


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OSFair2017 Workshop | PLGrid: National Grid and Cloud Infrastructure for Science

  1. 1. PLGrid National Grid and Cloud Infrastructure for Science ACK CYFRONET AGH Competence Centre for Cloud and Grid Computing Lukasz Dutka Open Science Fair, Athens 2017
  2. 2. Poznan Supercomputing and Networking Center, Institute of Bioorganic Chemistry Polish Academy of Sciences Wroclaw Centre for Networking and Supercomputing The Academic Computer Centre Cyfronet AGH (coordinator) Interdisciplinary Centre for Mathematcal and Computatinal Modelling Academic Computer Centre in Gdansk Gdansk TASK Poznan PCSS Wroclaw WCSS Krakow Cyfronet Warszawa ICM
  3. 3. RI / eInfrastructure Development coordinated by Cyfronet  PLGrid PLUS (2011–2015)  Outcome:  Focus on users (training, helpdesk…)  Domain specific solutions: 13  PL-Grid (2009–2012)  Outcome: Common base infrastructure  PLGrid NG (2014–2015)  Outcome:  Optimization of resources usage, training  Extension of domain specific by: 14  PLGrid CORE (2014–2015)  Outcome: Competence Center  Open Science paradigm (large workflow app., data farming mass comp., ……)  End-user services Polish National Academic Network PIONIER Cluster Data Respositories Cluster PL-Grid Middleware and Services DomainGridAppliations DomainGridAppliations DomainGridAppliations DomainGridAppliations DomainGridAppliations DomainGridAppliations
  4. 4. Summary of Projects Results Research Infrastructures vs. e-Infrastructures  Synergy between domain specific researchers and IT experts. Close collaboration.  Ecosystem for making science with pillars  software  tools, environments, services  cloud  Distributed data management  hardware  HPC, HTC, data intensive  expertise (from communities)  domain specific and IT  community involvement in all activities  helpdesk (efficiency in operation), training, marketing  financial issues Domain grids 27 solutions
  5. 5. Summary of Projects Results Active users and grants (up-to-date-2017) Number of all Infrastructure users Number of active Infrastructure users Others 2017 2012
  6. 6. Onedata - Distributed Data Management for Close and Open Data External Systems Legacy Applications Other API POSIX FILE SYST EM LONG POLLI NG API REST API HTTP CDMI API WEB GUI External Systems Many IdPs Distributed Data Fine Grain Access Control Migration between Locations Metadata AnnotationData Discovery Adhoc Grouping Hierarchical Groups Synced with IdPs Multiple Replicas Policy Mgmt. Data CachingDecentralization Multi-level Scalability No Data Lock-in Virtual Filesystem No-Barrier Data Sharing Open Data Sharing DOI/Handle Minting Storage Heterogeneity Unified Sharing Existing Data Sets Decoupled Collections My Data
  7. 7. Opportunities and Ideas  Working set of e-services should be reused  User support plans and helpdesk should widen  Complex solutions for “payment” and “billing” working in scientific world based on grants  Distributed data processing and preservation services based on e-services including Onedata  Support for Open Science collection OAI-PMH protocols for integration data collection with open science discovery tools.
  8. 8. QUESTIONS?