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Revision as of 13:48, 15 March 2012

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Please reply to both Question 1 and Question 2.

DEADLINE for reply: 20 March 2012

Back to the operations survey main page.

Question 1: Deployment of platforms

Grid software is being provided for multiple OS platforms. For example, the number of supported platforms will increase with EMI 2.0 (Spring 2012): in EMI 2.0 it is expected that all products will be released for sl6, and a subset also for Debian.

EGI operations need to review the list of early adopter sites, to make sure that staged rollout resources are allocated for testing of software on the platforms of interest.

All Resource infrastructure Providers are requested to consult with their site managers to define their priorities. Please define your deployment priorities of sl6 and Debian for 2012 for products released by EMI (ARC, dCache, gLite, UNICORE) and IGE (Globus) by replying to questions in the following table.


NGI/EIRO SL6

Are your sites insterested in installing some EGI and/or IGE components on sl6-based distributions? If so, which components? in how many sites?

Debian

Are you insterested in installing some EGI and/or IGE components on Debian-based distributions? If so, which components? in how many sites?

Other distributions

Specify if you are interested in installation of EGI and/or IGE components on other platforms and if so, which components in how many sites

Example: NGI_ZZ dCache, DPM, and EMI WN (4 sites) EMI UI (10 sites) no
Armenia
Belarus
Bulgaria
Bosnia H.
CERN
Croatia
Cyprus
Czech Rep.
Denmark
Finland All clusters but one are already SL6 based, ARC currently installed from NorduGrid repo. DPM and SAM Nagios is on SL5 until they can be migrated. No plans for Debian, except for clients. No plans
France
Georgia No plans No plans No plans
Germany
Greece
Hungary
Ibergrid (Portugal, Spain)
IGALC
Ireland No plans No plans
Israel
Italy
Latvia
Lithuania
FYR of Macedonia
Moldova
Montenegro
Netherlands We are interested in SL6 versions of all components There is interest in a Debian/Ubuntu based WN/UI no
Norway
Poland All 5 biggest sites are interested in SL6 versions of gLite components. For UNICORE components all 5 sites express interest in SL6 version (seems nothing more is needed than CentOS 6).
ROC Canada
ROC Latin America
Romania
Russia
Serbia
Slovakia
Slovenia
Sweden
South Africa
Switzerland
Turkey
United Kingdom
Asia Pacific
Ukraine

Question 2: Deployment of virtual images

EGI SA2 is deploying a new Market Place based on StratusLab. The new Market Place will include different Virtual Machines with different middleware services ready to be used, verified and tested by SA2 team. Is your NGI willing to use the new service to download and use pre-installed VMs from the marketplace?

NGI/EIRO YES/NO Services

If you replied yes, in which service images are you interested in? eg. User Interfaces (emi-UI), Storage, Job Submission (WMS), Compute Elements (Cream/unicore/arc), etc.

Example: NGI_ZZ YES EMI UI
Armenia
Belarus
Bulgaria
Bosnia H.
CERN
Croatia
Cyprus
Czech Rep.
Denmark
Finland
France
Georgia Yes CREAM CE
Georgia
Germany
Greece
Hungary
Ibergrid (Portugal, Spain)
IGALC
Ireland
Israel
Italy
Latvia
Lithuania
FYR of Macedonia
Moldova
Montenegro
Netherlands No
Norway
Poland No
ROC Canada
ROC Latin America
Romania
Russia
Serbia
Slovakia
Slovenia
South Africa
Sweden
Switzerland
Turkey
United Kingdom
Asia Pacific
Ukraine