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= Technical description =
 
= Technical description =
The EGI Production Messaging Infrastructure serves as a backend infrastructure for EGI operational tools that need to use a brokering functionality for message communications purposes (i.e. SAM infrastructure, APEL, the Operations Portal). The service component to be provided needs to provide scalability and redundancy with its  topology in order to keep up with the message load produced by the operations tools .
 
The scalability of the service should be adjusted to support the amount of monitoring and accounting data produced by the sites that are part of the EGI Federation of High Throughput Computing, storage and cloud services.
 
Currently the number of services is about 5,000 and the number of resource centres is about 350 .
 
  
 
== Coordination==
 
== Coordination==
This activity is responsible for
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* the coordination of the system operations and upgrade activities with those partners that are in charge of operating other systems that depend on it to ensure continuity of the service.
 
* requirements gathering.
 
  
 
== Operations ==
 
== Operations ==
*Daily running of the system in high availability configuration
 
*A test infrastructure to verify interoperability and the impact of software upgrades on depending systems
 
*Maintenance of probes to test the functionality of the service
 
  
 
== Support ==
 
== Support ==
Support of message production, exchange and consumption process through the EGI helpdesk.
 
 
Support is provided to the operators of systems that rely on the EGI Message Broker Network capability.
 
 
'''Support hours''': eight hours a day (for example 9-17 CE(S)T), Monday to Friday – excluding public holidays of the hosting organization.
 
  
 
= Service level targets =
 
= Service level targets =

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  • Service name: Message brokers


Introduction

Technical description

Coordination

Operations

Support

Service level targets

The deployment of the services must ensure:

  • Minimum availability/reliability: 99%/99%
  • Response to incident records in GGUS within support hours: Medium (see Description page)

Effort

Bids planning a effort between 2 and 3 Person Months/year would allow these services and activities to be addressed appropriately.