Jiri Chudoba (Institute of Physics)
A typical site report about the HEP computing activities at Institute of Physics in Prague will be extended by information about local users experience and participating institutions.
Dr Keith Chadwick (Fermilab)
The Fermilab Site Report
Paul Kuipers (Nikhef)
Overview of the changes since last site report.
Erik Mattias Wadenstein (Unknown)
Update on recent developments in NDGF
Shawn Mc Kee (High Energy Physics)
We will report on the ATLAS Great Lakes Tier-2 which is co-located at Michigan State University and the University of Michigan. We will describe some of our recent efforts at providing service resiliency and "business continuity" even if one of our two sites were offline for an extended period.
philippe olivero (CC-IN2P3)
Some news from CC-IN2P3 since one year.
Gerard Bernabeu (U)
PIC is a scientific-technological center providing High Throughput and Data Processing Services to various scientific disciplines: High Energy Physics, Astrophysics, Cosmology and Life Sciences among others. To fulfill these communities requirements it needs to maintain a steep capacity growth while keeping high levels of reliability. Thanks to technology improvements, in the last years it...
Andrea Chierici (INFN-CNAF)
We will show recent improvements in our T1 infrastructure
Dr Helge Meinhard (CERN)
News from CERN since the previous meeting in Vancouver
Peter Gronbech (Particle Physics)
To be filled by Peter
Spring 2012 HEPiX Site Report for the SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory
Mr Martin Bly (STFC/RAL)
An update on events at RAL
Jingyan Shi (IHEP)
The current status of BEIJING-LCG2 Site Report
Current status and latest news at GridKa, e.g.: - Hardware status - Storage systems - Middleware deployment
Dr Ofer Rind (BROOKHAVEN NATIONAL LABORATORY)
A summary of developments at BNL's RACF since the last HEPiX meeting.
Tina Friedrich (Diamond Light Source Ltd)
update on last years projects & developments
Yves Kemp (Deutsches Elektronen-Synchrotron)
DESY site report
Dr Derek Feichtinger (PSI)
Developments at PSI over the last year, among them: introduction of 10GbE for fast detectors, introduction of AFS Object storage, GPFS + CTDB update
Larry Pezzaglia (LBNL)
PDSF is a commodity Linux cluster at NERSC which has been in continuous operation since 1996. This talk will provide a status update on the PDSF system and summarize recent changes at the NERSC Center. Highlighted PDSF changes include the conversion to xCAT-managed netboot node images, the ongoing deployment of Scientific Linux 6, and the introduction of XRootD for STAR.