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Wolfgang Gentzsch - PC Chair
OGF23 Opening
OGF23, June 2-6, 2008
Barcelo Sants Hotel
Barcelona, Spain
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OGF23 Welcome
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Wolfgang Gentzsch, DEISA-2
• Program Committee Highlights
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Julie Wulf-Knoerzer, Director of Operations, OGF-Global
• OGF23 Overview and upcoming events
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Nick Werstiuk, Platform Computing, Enterprise Area Director
• Enterprise function update
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Chris Smith, Platform Computing, VP Standards
• Standards function update
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Geoffrey Fox, Indiana University, VP eScience
• eScience function update
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OGF23 Program Committee
Chair, Wolfgang Gentzsch, DEISA-2
Kento Aida, National Institute of Informatics (NII)
Rajkumar Buyya, University of Melbourne
Robert Fogel, Intel
Geoffrey Fox, Indiana University
Fabrizio Gagliardi, Microsoft
Matti Heikkurinen, Emergence Tech & The e-Infrastructure Reflection
Group Support Programme 2 (eIRGSP2)
Lee Hing Yan, National Grid Office
Domenico Laforenza, Italian National Research Council – Institute of
Information Science and Technology (CNR-ISTI)
Erwin Laure, European Organisation for Nuclear Research (CERN)
Sarah Pearce, Queen Mary University of London (QMUL)
Morris Riedel, Forschungszentrum Juelich
Bruno Schulze, National Laboratory for Scientific Computing (LNCC)
Yoshio Tanaka, National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and
Technology (AIST)
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OGF23 Program Highlights
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Keynotes
• Les Robertson, LHC Computing Project
• Mario Campolargo, European Commission
• Werner Vogels, Amazon.com
• Diego Pavia, ATOS Origin Iberia
Invited Talks
• Carlos Henrique de Brito Cruz, FAPSEP
• Dieter Kranzmueller, EGI-DS
Workshops
• Cloud Systems
• Access Paradigms
• OGF-OGC Collaboration
• Dynamic SLAs
• Many more
Community Sessions
• Quality for Grid & Grid for Quality
• Industrial Usage of Grid technology
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OGF23 Organizers
James Ahtes
BEinGRID
Nicholas Ferguson
OGF-Europe
Tara Kelly
OGF-Europe
Santiago Ristol Jorba
OGF-Europe
Rosa M Badia
BSC
Daniel Field
BEinGRID
Josep Matrat
OGF-Europe
Julia Wells
BEinGRID
Steve Crumb
OGF-Global
Renata Gimenez
BSC
Silvana Muscella
OGF-Europe
Julie Wulf-Knoerzer
OGF-Global
John Ehrig
OGF-Global
Kristi Hamilton
OGF-Global
Stephanie Parker
OGF-Europe
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OGF23 SPONSORS
Display Sponsors
Banners and Posters
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SPECIAL THANKS
TO OUR
ORGANIZATIONAL
MEMBERS
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ORGANIZATIONAL
MEMBERS
PLATINUM
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OGF23 Highlights
• ~500 attendees
• OGF-Europe’s First International Event
• Digital Repositories Community Outreach Seminar
(Thursday)
• Tutorial Program (Thursday and Friday)
• Exhibition, Posters and Demos
• BEinGRID Industry Days Co-location
• Real-world applications of grid in a wide range of sectors
including finance, supply chain management, environmental
sciences and more
• CoreGRID Industrial Showcase Demos (Wed-Thur)
• 30+ groups and BoFs
• Spec Adoption sessions
• Enterprise sessions and community sessions
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Please Provide Feedback!
OGF23 EVENT SURVEY:
Help us to improve future events.
http://www.ogf.org/ogf23/survey
OGF EUROPE SURVEY:
Contribute to the direction of future grid activities by
completing the OGF-Europe Survey on building &
operating e-Infrastructures within key European
communities. http://www.zoomerang.com/Survey/surveyintro.zgi?p=WEB227VCEV4TUN
OGF TOWN HALL LUNCH:
Today, 12:30
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Upcoming Events
• OGF24 - Co-located with GridAsia 2008, September 15 –
19, 2008 (Book Early!)
SINGAPORE
• OGF25 - Co-located with the EGEE User’s Forum in late
February or Early March 2009
EUROPE
• OGF26 - June 8-12, 2009
The Friday Center
Chapel Hill, North Carolina, USA
• OGF27 - Co-located with WestGrid's Annual Conference
October 12 – October 16, 2009
The Banff Centre, CANADA
• Various OGF-Europe Community Outreach Seminars
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and Tutorials
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Enterprise - Relevance
Topics that the Enterprise community cares about
Current uses of technology
• Increase infrastructure utilization and sharing
• Determine application suitability for an Enterprise Grid, as
well as Application Porting & On-boarding to an Enterprise
Grid
• Data access and high performance issues around caching
and storage
• “Management at Scale”
Trends
• SOA + Grids
• Virtualization + Grids
• Clouds
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Enterprise – focus for 2008
Use vertical workshops to address select topics
• Outreach
• E.g. Street Grid, NGDC, SAE, Platform user conf, SAS user confs, Oracle
Open World, etc.
• OGF Hosted
Create awareness/visibility in enterprise community
• Use OGF and other web sites
• Promote/leverage what we already have
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Current workshop results
Enterprise Adoption Forums
BP and CP docs
Standards/specifications (e.g. JSDL, HPC Profile, etc.)
• Promote future workshops and BP activity
Use Best Practices (BP) series to gain participation and interest
• Call for submissions on key/relevant topics
• Generate BP docs from submissions
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Standards at OGF23 - BoFs
• Network Measurement and Control
• Mon, 2:00 pm, Sants
• Data Grid Management Systems
• Mon, 3:45 pm, Montjuic
• Integrating Service and Desktop Grids
• Mon, 3:45 pm, Sarria
• Firewall Virtualization for Grid Applications
• Mon, 5:30 pm, Montjuic
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Standards at OGF23 - BoFs
• Grid Network Interface
• Wed, 3:45 pm, Les Corts
• Dynamic Management of Network Resources
• Wed, 5:30 pm, Les Corts
• Life Science Resource Profile
• Thu, 9:00 am, Sant Gervasi
• Visualization and Computational Steering on
the Grid
• Thu, 11:00 am, Sant Gervasi
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Standards Document in
Public Comment
• “SAGA API Extension: Service Discovery API” (ends
July 23)
• “GLUE Specification v. 2.0” (new)
• “GLUE v. 2.0 - Reference Realizations to Concrete
Data Models” (new)
• “HPCBP Advanced Filter Extension” (new)
• “Use of XACML Request Context to Obtain an
Authorization Decision” (new)
• “Use of SAML to Retrieve Authorization Credentials”
(new)
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General Principles and post OGF22
work
• Aim at Relevance and Excellence exploiting loose flexible interactions
with Standards and Enterprise
• Few activities will lead to new standards but loose coupling of eScience
and Standards will be mutually fruitful
• Many activities jointly interesting and best jointly organized by Enterprise
and eScience
• OGF Community Program and Groups
• Disseminate through web-based record and special issues of journals.
• Currently 8 submissions to general OGF 2008 special issue
• Previously had special issues on portals (3), workflow, GIS and provenance
with a total of 80 published papers.
• Continued to develop OGF Cloud activities
• Much work with board and rest of OGF management on futures
• Need people to serve on NOMCOM and others to be nominated as
eScience AD’s for NOMCOM consideration
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Standards – Spec Adoption
• “Community Workshop on Access Paradigms”
session (1st of 3)
• Tue, 11:00 am, Barcelona C
• Discussing the current suite of OGF
specifications and how they connect with the
use cases that originally drove their
development
• Did we hit the mark?
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eScience: OGF Special Issue 2008
Concurrency&Computation: Practice&Experience
• http://www.ogf.org/OGF_Special_Issue/
• Reliability in Grid Computing Systems
• The HPC Basic Profile and SAGA: Standardizing Compute Grid
Access in the Open Grid Forum
• Accessing RDF(S) Data Resources in Service-based Grid
Infrastructures
• WS-Naming: Location Migration, Replication, and Failure
Transparency Support for Web Services
• Profiles for Conveying the Secure Communication Requirements
of Web Services
• A General Encoding Framework for Representing Network
Measurement and Topology Data
• Interoperation of World-Wide Production e-Science Infrastructures
• Using Clouds to Provide Grids Higher-Levels of Abstraction and
Explicit Support for Usage Modes
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Some OGF23 eScience Highlights
• Keynote Les Robertson CERN on LHC Computing
Grid
• Keynote Werner Vogels from Amazon on Clouds
• Mini-workshop on Clouds
• Other workshops on
• Dynamic Service Level Agreements
• Quality for Grid and Grid for Quality
• Interoperability between Europe India and Asia Grids
• Tutorial on latest rule-based Data Grid technology
• Many important group sessions
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Les Robertson - Bio
Les Robertson has been involved in the development and management
of the central computing services at CERN , the European Organization
for Nuclear Research, since 1974, taking a very active part in the
evolution from super-computers through general purpose mainframes to
clusters of RISC workstations and finally (at least for now) to PC-based
computing fabrics. He was involved from an early stage in planning the
data handling services for the experiments that will use CERN's new
accelerator - the Large Hadron Collider (LHC). The very large volume of
data and computing capacity requirements led to an early interest in
Computational and Data Grids - which are now enabling us to unite the
power of the many large and small computing clusters available to high
energy physicists, integrating them with storage facilities at CERN and
other data centres distributed around the world. He led the LHC
Computing Grid Project for six years from its start in 2001 with the goal of
preparing the computing environment for LHC: the development and
support of the common tools, libraries and frameworks required by the
physics applications, the preparation of the computing facility at CERN,
and the coordination and operation of the Worldwide LHC Computing
Grid.
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