1. Task Meetings
|Date (dd/mm/yyyy)||Url Indico Agenda||Title||Outcome|
|05/04/2011||https://www.egi.eu/indico/conferenceDisplay.py?confId=449||3rd OLA Task Force meeting||Recent RC OLA updates, and RIP OLA content|
2. Main Achievements
Based on the discussions about automating the generation of tickets with availability reports that may require corrections, ticket #1084 was created to JRA1.
An updated OLA document adapting the Operations Architecture terminology has been circulated to the OMB and reviewed by NGIs, the review is available at ticket #1526 .
Impact of increasing the suspension threshold from 50% Availability for 3 consecutive months to 70% has been evaluated and presented in the OMB at the User forum in Vilnius . The impact has been found to be minimal.
The EGI Catch All CA is service 5 countries which do not have a national accredited Certification Authority. These countries are Albania, Azerbaijan, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Georgia and Senegal. The EGI Catch All CA is in the process of setting up Registration Authorities for Egypt and for SixSq in Switzerland.
3. Issues and Mitigation
|Issue Description||Mitigation Description|
|NGIs expressed concerns about the new terminology used in OLA documents||Explanations are provided that the terminology comes from Operations Architecture document and not the OLA itself|
|French NGI reinstated the long standing issue about retrospective availability calculations in the reports for non certified sites||This issue has been reported numerous time to tools developers, but it will have to wait for the production launch of ACE to be looked into|
4. Plans for the next period
Continue work on the EGI-NGI and Core Services OLA.
Start enforcing of increased Availability/Reliability thresholds from May 2011 (PY2) onwards.
5. Number of sites suspended