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Title: APGrid PMA: Stauts


1
APGrid PMA Stauts
  • Yoshio Tanaka (yoshio.tanaka_at_aist.go.jp)
  • Grid Technology Research Center,
  • AIST, Japan

2
ApGrid Asia Pacific Partnership for Grid
Computing
  • Open community for Grid researchers in Asia
    Pacific
  • ApGrid can be
  • A meeting point for all Grid researchers in
    Asia-Pacific
  • A communication channel to the GGF, and other
    grid communities
  • A pool for finding international project partners

3
Pacific Rim Application and Grid Middleware
Assembly
  • NSF-funded project lead by UCSD/SDSC.
  • 1st workshop was held in March 2002.
  • Establish sustained collaborations and advance
    the use of the Grid technologies for
    applications.
  • Expected outcomes
  • Advance scientific applications
  • Increase productive and effective use of the grid
    by researchers and scientists in the Pacific Rim
  • Increase interoperability of grid middleware in
    Pacific Rim and throughout the world
  • Tightly collaborating with ApGrid.
  • Having workshops 23 times a year.

4
Testbed in Asia Pacific unique features
  • Truly (naturally) multi national/political/institu
    tional VO beyond boundaries
  • Not an application-dedicated testbed general
    platform
  • Diversity of languages, culture, policy,
    interests,
  • Grid BYO Grass roots approach
  • Each institution contributes his resources for
    sharing
  • Not a single source funded for the development
  • Physical resources
  • Most contributed resources are small-scale
    clusters
  • Networking is there, however the bandwidth is not
    enough
  • We can
  • have experiences on running international VO
  • verify the feasibility of this approach for the
    testbed development

5
Grids in Asia Pacific
  • Architecture, technology
  • Based on GT2
  • Allow multiple CAs
  • Build MDS Tree
  • Grid middleware/tools from Asia Pacific
  • Ninf-G (GridRPC programming)
  • Nimrod-G (parametric modeling system)
  • SCMSWeb (resource monitoring)
  • Grid Data Farm (Grid File System), etc.
  • Status
  • 22 organizations (10 countries)
  • 23 clusters (1688 CPUs)

6
Grass-roots Approach (strategy)
ApGrid GIIS
  • Assumption
  • Each institution has installed GT2
  • Necessary steps
  • Gather and exchange trusted CA info. and trust
    with each other
  • Configure MDS to build an ApGrid MDS tree
  • For application use
  • Install additional software in project-basis

7
Status and problems
  • Most participating organizations have less
    interests in Security
  • Many participants are application people
  • Not enough human resources working on security
  • Satisfy in using Globus Simple CA without
    providing CP/CPS
  • This would be acceptable inside AP for
    experimental use.
  • potential/ongoing collaboration with US and
    EUe.g.
  • AIST/Japan TeraGrid
  • KISTI/Korea PPDG and iVDGL
  • ASCC/Taiwan LCG
  • Need to launch production level CAs

8
APGrid PMA Asia Pacific Grid PMA
  • General Policy Management Authority in Asia
    Pacific
  • Launched on June 1st, 2004
  • Defines minimum CA requirements
  • APGrid PMA approved that we accept two levels of
    CA
  • Experimental-level CA
  • Alternative of the Globus CA
  • Can be trusted within A-P communities
  • Production-level CA
  • Strict management is necessary
  • Expected to be trusted by international
    communities
  • KISTI GRID CA and AIST GRID CA has been approved
    as a production level CA
  • ASGC CA are under reviewing their CP/CPS
    (expected to be approved shortly)
  • Australia has a plan to launch a new
    production-level CA

9
Questions (examples)
  • Can TeraGrid trust AIST GRID CA?
  • How is the procedure for reviewing?
  • Do AIST GRID CA need to be reviewed by individual
    organizations (NCSA, PSC, SDSC, )?
  • If KISTI GRID CA wish to be trusted by TeraGrid,
    is separate review necessary?
  • Can DOEGrid PMA be responsible?
  • Can APGrid PMA help?
  • Can ApGrid/PRAGMA trust TeraGrid CA?
  • How is the procedure for reviewing?
  • Do ApGrid/PRAGMA need to review all CAs (NCSA,
    PSC, SDSC, etc.)?
  • Can APGrid PMA be responsible?
  • Can DOEGrid PMA help?
  • KEK/Japan may launch a new CA.
  • Do the CA need to be reviewed by EUGrid PMA?
  • Can APGrid PMA help?
  • How do we keep consistency of CP/CPS?
  • Recently, Academia Sinica revised the CP/CPS

10
More Information
  • APGrid PMA
  • http//www.apgridpma.org/
  • ApGrid
  • http//www.apgrid.org/
  • PRAGMA
  • http//www.pragma-grid.net/
  • NAREGI
  • http//www.naregi.org/
  • GTRC/AIST
  • http//www.gtrc.aist.go.jp/
  • My email address
  • yoshio.tanaka_at_aist.go.jp
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