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					Open Science Grid



    By Zoran Obradovic
         CSE 510
     November 1, 2007
The OSG is a continuation of Grid3, a community grid built in 2003
through a joint project of the U.S. LHC software and computing
programs, the National Science Foundations’ GriPhyN and iVDGL
projects, and the Department of Energy’s PPDG project
Goal of Open Science Grid (OSG) is to facilitate
the need for expanding computing and data
management that are desired by scientific
researchers, especially collaborative science
requiring high throughput computing.



It is an association of service and resource providers as
well as researchers including universities, national
laboratories and computing centers across the U.S.
This association, also known as a Consortium, includes
members from particle and nuclear physics, astrophysics,
bioinformatics, gravitational-wave science and computer
science collaborations
Who are the Consortium Members?
                                                  Grid Physics Network (GriPhyN)




And many more…                                    Grid Resources for Advanced Science and Engineering (GRASE)



                                                  Hampton University
New York University

                                                  Harvard University
Northwest Indiana Computational Grid


                                                  Indiana University
Notre Dame University

                                                  Indiana University-Purdue University, Indianapolis
Oak Ridge National Laboratory

                                                  International Virtual Data Grid Laboratory (iVDGL)
OSG Grid Operations Center (GOC)

                                                  Kyungpook National University
Particle Physics Data Grid (PPDG) and PPDG Common Project

                                                  Laser Interferometer Gravitational Wave Observatory (LIGO)
Pennsylvania State University
Consortium Members 2005
Consortium Members 2007
 Partners: grid and network
 organizations as well as
 international, national,
 regional and campus grids

Some of the partners:
                          APAC National Grid

                          Data Intensive Science University Network (DISUN)

                          Enabling Grids for E-SciencE (EGEE)

                          Grid Laboratory of Wisconsin (GLOW)

                          Grid Operations Center at Indiana University

                          Grid Research and Education Group at Iowa (GROW)

                          Nordic Data Grid Facility (NorduGrid)

                          Northwest Indiana Computational Grid (NWICG)

                          Oxford e-Research Centre (OxGrid)
Who Manages OSG?
Several sub-groups within the Consortium manage, advise,
oversee and govern the OSG



These groups include the Executive Board, the
Executive Team, the OSG Council, the Users Group, the
Scientific Oversight Group and the Finance Board
OSG is governed by the Council, which includes a
representative from each Consortium member.



The Users Group for example supplies a venue for OSG user
representatives to share requirements from and experiences
of developing and running applications on the OSG.

They ensure that all parts of the scientific mission and all
applications in use on the OSG are represented
Some of the council members:

             Brookhaven National Laboratory - Howard Gordon

             Collider Detector at Fermilab (CDF) - TBD

             Condor Project - Miron Livny

             DZero Collaboration - Brad Abbott

             DOSAR - Dick Greenwood

             Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory - Vicky White

             Globus Alliance - Ian Foster
The Scientific Oversight Group represents a scientific
community and directs the Council and Executive Board




The Finance Board manages all matters related to OSG costs
and resources
    The administration of the OSG is led by the Executive
    Director and Executive Board


Executive       Ruth Pordes               Fermi National Accelerator
Director                                  Laboratory

Council Chair   Bill Kramer               Lawrence Berkeley National
                                          Laboratory

Facility        Miron Livny               University of Wisconsin, Madison
Coordinator     Deputy: Todd Tannenbaum
                (interim)


  They direct the OSG program of work, write policy and represent
  the OSG Consortium in relations with other organizations and
  committees.
Who are the Virtual Organizations?
Virtual Organization (VO) is a collection of people (VO
members) and it encompasses the group's
computing/storage resources and services



They are responsible for corresponding individually with
each other for guaranteed access to resources



In order to receive the approval at another VO's site, a user's
grid job must be able to present an verification token along
with a token indicating the desired computing privileges
Some of the Virtual Organizations at OSG:


-(NYSGRID)
-(CIGI)
-Collider Detector at Fermilab (CDF)
-Compact Muon Solenoid (CMS)
-CompBioGrid (CompBioGrid)
-D0 Experiment at Fermilab (DZero)
-Dark Energy Survey (DES)
-Distributed Organization for Scientific and Academic
Research (DOSAR)
-Engagement (Engage)
-Fermi National Accelerator Center (Fermilab)
-Functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging (fMRI)
-Geant4 Software Toolkit (geant4)
-Genome Analysis and Database Update (GADU)
How to Form a VO at OSG?
Organization needs…

-A Charter statement describing the purpose of the VO


-A VO Membership Service which meets the
requirements of an OSG Release. This is done by
deploying the VOMS package (a system that manages
real-time user authorization information for a VO)

-A support organization (called a Support
Center in OSG parlance) that will support the VO in OSG
Operations


-Completion of the registration form
After submitting the registration form, the OSG Operations
Activity will review the information. If there are no issues
preventing acceptance, they will send a welcome email
message, add support for your VO to the OSG software
infrastructure
Making resources available on OSG

You don’t have to be a member of the VO to share resources
On OSG, even though it is recommended (in order to test
A resource on OSG you must be a member)

Resources are presented to OSG typically in one of two modes:

- Resources controlled by a single VO and made available as part
of the VO's commitment to OSG

-Resources provided by a Facility (a collection of resources or
sites under the same administrative domain, not necessarily
affiliated with a VO) or provided by a group of VOs.
Software Stacks
  Software Stacks

The VDT provides the underlying software stack for the
OSG, but also provides software to other grids. It is
separate into two caches. The goal of the VDT software
cache is to be grid-agnostic. The OSG software stack is a
thin layer on top of the VDT that does two things: it
selects the subset of the VDT that OSG uses, and it
provides OSG-specific configuration


Pacman installs and configures it all
 What is Pacman?


Packaging system that installs virtual data toolkit (VDT)

   It is installed via a downloaded tarball

   •Upward compatiblity with all existing caches
   •Flexible command line based cache and package browsing
   •Snapshots, cache hierarchies installation caches available
   •Globus and/or SSH access as well as http access to caches and
   downloads
   •Updating, verify and repair of installations
   •Multi-version installations
VDT will run on the following systems:
                             •Debian 3.1 (Sarge)
                             •Fedora Core 3
                             •Fedora Core 4
                             •Fedora Core 4 (x86-64)
                             •Fedora Core 4 (x86 on x86-64)
                             •RedHat Enterprise Linux 3 AS
                             •RedHat Enterprise Linux 3 AS (x86-64)
                             •RedHat Enterprise Linux 3 AS (x86 on x86-64)
                             •RedHat Enterprise Linux 3 AS (IA-64)
                             •RedHat Enterprise Linux 4 AS
                             •RedHat Enterprise Linux 4 AS (x86-64)
                             •RedHat Enterprise Linux 4 AS (x86 on x86-64)
                             •ROCKS Linux 3.3
                             •Scientific Linux Fermi 3
                             •Scientific Linux Fermi 4
                             •Scientific Linux Fermi 4 (x86-64)
                             •Scientific Linux Fermi 4 (x86 on x86-64)
                             •Scientific Linux 4 (IA-64)
                             •SUSE Linux 9 (IA-64)
The OSG is set up to enable a smooth transition from
developing new services to providing them in a production
environment. Each set of services and functionality is then
used as a design basis for OSG applications is then turned
into an OSG “Release.”
 VDT contains three kinds of middleware:

 Basic Grid Services: Condor-G and Globus

 Virtual Data Systems

 Utilities: MonAlisa, VOMS,




What is supported in different platforms?
http://vdt.cs.wisc.edu/releases/1.8.1/contents.html
  VDT is funded by National Science Foundation



The National Science Foundation funds research and
education in most fields of science and engineering.
It does this through grants, and cooperative
agreements to more than 2,000 colleges,
universities, K-12 school systems, businesses,
informal science organizations and other research
organizations throughout the country. The
Foundation accounts for about one-fourth of federal
support to academic institutions for basic research.
 And…
        the Department of Energy
The Department of Energy's overarching mission is to advance
the national, economic, and energy security of the United States;
to promote scientific and technological innovation in support of
that mission; and to ensure the environmental cleanup of the
national nuclear weapons complex. The Department's strategic
goals to achieve the mission are designed to deliver results along
five strategic themes:

Energy Security
Nuclear Security
Scientific Discovery and Innovation
Environmental Responsibility
Management Excellence:
•The OSG Production software cache is at:
http://software.grid.iu.edu/pacman/

•The OSG ITB software cache is at: http://software.grid.iu.edu/itb/

•The OSG VTB software cache is at: http://osg-vtb.uchicago.edu/vtb/

•The VDT software cache for VDT 1.8.1 (used in this OSG software
release) is at: http://vdt.cs.wisc.edu/vdt_181_cache

•Contents of the VDT software cache:
http://vdt.cs.wisc.edu/releases/1.8.1/contents.html
When are meetings held at OSG?
Meetings held and scheduled for OSG
http://indico.fnal.gov/categoryDisplay.py?categId=86
Here you can find general news about the Grid
http://www.opensciencegrid.org/News_and_Events/News_Archive



Here you can find international news regarding the Grid
http://www.isgtw.org/
Resources:

http://www.opensciencegrid.org

OSG Facility PPT by Miron Livny

https://twiki.grid.iu.edu/twiki/bin/view/Documentation

				
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