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Workbenches: Open issues
Scenario 1
VM Management
Scenario 2
Data Management
Scenario 3
Information Systems
Scenario 4
Scenario 5
Scenario 6
Scenario 7
Federated AAI
Scenario 8
VM Image Management
Scenario 9
Scenario 10
Scenario 11

Scenario 3: Integrating information from multiple resource providers

Leader: David Wallom, OeRC

Scenario collaborators

Role Institution Name
Scenario leader OeRC David Wallom
Collaborator OeRC Matteo Turilli
Collaborator EGI.eu Peter Solagna
Collaborator INFN Elisabetta Ronchieri

Information that should be published by a cloud service

The following are the information identified during the TF F2F meeting:

Please add more points edit/comments the list

  1. What is the name of the resource and what type of interface can I use to manage instances on the resource?
    1. What is the endpoint I should contact to interact with the cloud management interface? (E.g. the url of the web-service/portal)
  2. What are the AuthN and AuthZ rules that operate on your cloud?
  3. What instances are already installed on the resource and am I allowed to upload my own instances?
  4. If I am able to upload instances what format of instances does the resource accept?
  5. Is there a data interface available and if so what is it?
  6. What is the overall size of the resource?
  7. Are instance templates defined that limit the choice of instance scales I am able to run?
  8. What type of virtual network can I establish on the resource?
  9. Does the resource support cloud scalability through managed bursting to another external provider?

The following are questions on the dynamic information;

  1. I have a virtual instance that requires X,Y,Z resources, does your cloud have A>X, B>Y,C>Z resource available?
  2. My instance is short lived is its utilisation of resources going to be captured in the information system such that overprovisioning will/will not occur?
  3. What is the charging scheme and how much will using your cloud cost?

How to render those information in GLUE2

Note: BDII service speaks only GLUE2. The Cloud information need to be squeezed in the current set of GLUE2 Entities. If the schema is extended to include Cloud-specific entities, it needs to be officially approved by OGF and implemented in the various glue-schema glue-validator components deployed with the BDII.

Use the currently available GLUE2.0 entities

Currently the GLUE2 includes two main conceptual models for Computing Elements and Storage Elements. These elements should be used to model the Cloud capabilities remaining compliant to the current GLUE2.0 schema.

Computing Service entity description

  • This Service is used to describe the computing resource itself, decoupling from the Grid endpoint.
Attribute Type Multiplicity Description
Creation time .. .. ..
Validity .. .. ..
ID .. .. ..
Name String 1 Human readable name. It could be used to fill the information: "what is the name of the resource"
OtherInfo String n Placeholder to add information that does not fit into any other attribute. Cloud information that cannot be mapped in other attributes could be added here.
Capability Capability_t n This attribute lists the capabilities available for this service, currently the type Capability_t does not include specific cloud capabilities. Being an open enum type it can be extended with additional capabilities. Currently some of the already available capabilities are: security.accounting, security.authentication or information.logging. We could consider to add capabilities like "cloud.vm.uploadImage" to add the information in the quesiton: "am I allowed to upload my own instances?". To identify cloud services there would be the need to add a new capability, common to all the cloud services regardless of their specific capabilities, like: "cloud.managementSystem" (nb: stupid example)
Type ServiceType_t 1 Type of service in a reverse namespace model, e.g.: org.glite.lb or org.glite.wms. It could be org.opennebula, org.stratuslab or com.cloudsigma

There are, then, a number of more attributes (static and dynamic) that could be used by cloud services, like: StatusInfo,TotalJobs, RunningJobs etc etc.

ComputingEndpoint description

Every ComputingService has associated one or more Computing Endpoint. The endpoint is used to create, control am monitor computational activities.

Attribute Type Multiplicity Description
CreationTime .. .. I will skip the most general, attributes like OtherInfo and Capability(described above).
Technology EndpointTechnology_t 1 Examples are "webservice" and "corba". We could add "webportal" or something like this to clarify that the endpoint refers to a web application.
InterFaceName InterFaceName_t 1 (mandatory) The interface in the cloud case could be OCCI, EC2, jclouds or "webinterface". This can answer to the question: "what type of interface can I use to manage instances on the resource?"
InterfaceVersion .. .. No description needed.

Deploy a new set of entities