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Shaun de Witt: Example for an EOSC-hub Competence Centre example - Fusion

  1. 1. CCFE is the fusion research arm of the United Kingdom Atomic Energy Authority. This work was part-funded by the RCUK Energy Programme [grant number EP/I501045] and the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme. Small Scale HPC for Big Science Shaun de Witt shaun.de-witt@ukaea.uk EOSC-Hub Public Day Malaga, April 2018
  2. 2. • Background • EOSCpilot Work and Preliminary Results • EOSC-Hub Planned Work • Conclusions Agenda
  3. 3. • Making a Sun on Earth – Fusing nuclei together – Brings together compute intensive disciplines • UQ, FEM, Radiative Transfer, Neutronics, spin lattice dynamics, • The Numbers – JET/ITER: – Plasma Temperature: >100x106 (150x106) C – Plasma Density: ~10-6 (10-5) atmospheric – Duration of ‘shot’: 5-20 sec (350 sec) – Input Power: 35 (50) MW – Output Power: ~4.5 (500) MW – Data Rate: 600 GB/day (2PB/day) The Science
  4. 4. Data Scales in Fusion 1 10 100 1000 10000 100000 1000000 10000000 100000000 MAST JET 2007 JET 2017 ITER DEMO VolumeofData(GB/Day) Daily Data Volumes
  5. 5. Difference between LHC/SKA and ITER Concept Design BuildModel Data Science Concept Design BuildModel Data Engine ering
  6. 6. • Address part of the computing problem – Scalability • Cloud Bursting – Running MPI and Open-MP applications • In containers – Makes use of a number of INDIGO components EGI FedCloud Resources • IM, Orchestrator, udocker, – Tested with Geant-4 and Serpent • Very Successful… EOSCpilot
  7. 7. EOSCpilot Resource Usage
  8. 8. EOSCpilot Results Image Courtesy of Andrew Lahiff, CCFE Image Courtesy of Jonathan Shimell, CCFE
  9. 9. • Combining Computing AND Data – Increasing ITER Relevance • DATA – Data Federation and Distribution • OneData, B2SAFE and Dynafed • Data Readable and Writable using ITER middleware • Computing – Testing Cloud Deployment of IMAS • Extending work of EOSCpilot • AAI – Integrating Proposed Fusion AAI into EOSC EOSC-hub
  10. 10. • EOSCpilot has allowed us to successfully demonstrate the usage of cloud computing for HPC work – Both MPI and Open-MP • EOSC-Hub will allow us to demonstrate – ITER relevance of the work done on pilot – Support EUROFusion Open Data policies – Integrate Data Federation and Cloud Computing Summary
  11. 11. • We would like to thank the following for use of cloud resources in EOSCpilot: – EGI Federation, CESGA, CESNET, IN2P3, ReCaS-Bari • And the support provided by INDIGO-Datacloud in making the demonstrator a success Acknowledgements

Shaun de Witt: Example for an EOSC-hub Competence Centre example - Fusion (EOSC hub week, Malaga, 16 - 20 April 2018)

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