PRP End-to-End Technical Requirements From Science Applicat

PRP End-to-End Technical Requirements From Science Applicat PRP End-to-End Technical Requirements From Science Applicat - Start

Added : 2017-06-06 Views :43K

Download Presentation

PRP End-to-End Technical Requirements From Science Applicat




Download Presentation - The PPT/PDF document "PRP End-to-End Technical Requirements Fr..." is the property of its rightful owner. Permission is granted to download and print the materials on this web site for personal, non-commercial use only, and to display it on your personal computer provided you do not modify the materials and that you retain all copyright notices contained in the materials. By downloading content from our website, you accept the terms of this agreement.



Presentations text content in PRP End-to-End Technical Requirements From Science Applicat

Slide1

PRP End-to-End Technical Requirements From Science Applications

Frank

Würthwein

moderator

16 October 2015

Slide2

What is the PRP? Ecosystem and networking

PRP is the answer to all research IT problems?

PRP is the answer to all networking problems?

PRP is 3 FTEs to change the world

Requirements we heard focus on much more than just networking.

The entire gambit of compute, storage, and networking issues were present in the wish lists.

And whatever we do must scale out faster than technology/$$, and be sustainable beyond the project.

Slide3

Quotes paraphrased without attribution

Bringing home results produced at large compute centers is a

long tedious and painful process

.

Ability to use cached data and/or

elastically scaling out

processing local data

is a game changer

.

I want to

process

any data, anytime, anywhere

.

processing on my laptop and supercomputer without recompiling or human data

handling.

transparent computing

without me having to think about where to run.

from

a single interface

, rather than a dozen different accounts and environments

but fully controlled by me where I run what

.

KISS

– don’t give me layers of complicated middleware that are impenetrable for me.

Whatever tools you give me must require

minimal maintenance on my part

.

Want

to make my data accessible for download & analysis by anybody

at their home institution because I can’t support everybody to compute at my institution.

Want the same network connectivity to external resources as I have to internal resources:

Science irrespective of Geography!

No matter what network bandwidth you give me, I will want more, low latency streaming bandwidth from anywhere to anywhere.

Slide4

Large mismatch between what’s needed and what can realistically be done with 3 FTE ?!?

Leverage, Leverage, Leverage

Partner with other projects as much as we can!

Pick low hanging fruit and

exemplarize

them.

Slide5

Networking Requests

Slide6

Connectivity within PRP

Most science drivers are ok with 10Gbps as long as it is consistent & reliable across all

ScienceDMZs

within the PRP … and then some.

Some want to push the envelope all the way to 100Gbps and beyond, especially the

viz

folks.

Slide7

Connectivity beyond PRP

Many sciences want to connect at 10Gbps to XSEDE resources & US National labs

feeding data to large compute resources is a widely shared requirement.

LHC/HEP

locations want to route across

LHCOne

Connectivity to international GCM archives at “PRP quality”

Connectivity to ALMA at “PRP quality”

Connectivity to AWS at “PRP quality”

feeding

data to large compute resources is a widely shared requirement.

Slide8

Size of Data

While the full range of TB to PB was mentioned, most current needs seem to be in the O(10) – O(100) TB range.

Needs will scale by x10 or more within lifetime of PRP.

Needs likely to scale faster than TB/$$ growth.

Starting out with single FIONA is ok, but scale out into distributed cluster of DTNs on campus will happen.

Slide9

A note to CIOs and alike

Science DMZ must reach the instruments on campus.

This is not just a centralized data center IT issue !

There will be a strong push on your campus to buy more DTN hardware over time,

and locate them in places you did not expect.

Slide10

Security & Privacy concerns are secondary to networking, storage, and compute issues in most cases except some types of biomedical data.

Probably not surprising, security is typically more a concern for resource providers than resource consumers.However, PRP needs to satisfy not just resource consumers!

Can we build trusted systems from the ground up?

Slide11

“Use Cases”

Bring my data to a large compute resource for processing, and bring the output back to me when done.

Make my data available for others to download and process with their local compute resources.

Bring my friend’s data to me for processing with my local resources.

It’s probably true that nobody cares to manage these transfers, but would rather use caches that make transfer management superfluous.

Support incorporating all of the above into orchestrated pipelines and workflows

Support this all to happen in (quasi-)

realtime

, within human attention spans, and in “batched” mode “overnight”.

Slide12

How do we support science beyond the initial drivers ?

Other Sciences at participating institutions?

Same sciences at other institutions?

Other Sciences at other institutions?

Slide13


About DocSlides
DocSlides allows users to easily upload and share presentations, PDF documents, and images.Share your documents with the world , watch,share and upload any time you want. How can you benefit from using DocSlides? DocSlides consists documents from individuals and organizations on topics ranging from technology and business to travel, health, and education. Find and search for what interests you, and learn from people and more. You can also download DocSlides to read or reference later.
Youtube