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21-27 March 2009
Prague
Europe/Prague timezone

JINR experience in development of Grid monitoring and accounting systems

23 Mar 2009, 08:00
1h
Prague

Prague

Prague Congress Centre 5. května 65, 140 00 Prague 4, Czech Republic
Board: Monday 094
poster Distributed Processing and Analysis Poster session

Speaker

Dr Vladimir Korenkov (Joint Institute for Nuclear Research (JINR))

Description

Different monitoring systems are now extensively used to keep an eye on real time state of each service of distributed grid infrastructures and jobs running on the Grid. Tracking current services’ state as well as the history of state changes allows rapid error fixing, planning future massive productions, revealing regularities of Grid operation and many other things. Along with monitoring, accounting is also an area which shows how the Grid is used. The data considered are statistics on Grid sites’ resources utilization by virtual organizations and single users. Here we describe our longstanding experience in successful development and design of Grid monitoring and accounting systems for global grid segments and for local national grid projects in Russia. The main points of the developments always were satisfying real needs of VO and resource managers and administrators, as well as making interoperable and portable solutions which are used in several grid projects. Provided solutions work with different Grid middleware like LCG2, gLite, Condor-G, UNICORE.

Summary

Grid monitoring and accounting systems developed in Russia for global grid
segments and for local national grid projects were satisfying real needs of VO and resource managers and administrators, as well as making interoperable and
portable solutions which are used in several grid projects (different Grid middleware like LCG2, gLite, Condor-G, UNICORE).

Presentation type (oral | poster) oral

Primary author

Dr Vladimir Korenkov (Joint Institute for Nuclear Research (JINR))

Co-authors

Mr Alexander Uzhinskiy (Lomonosov Moscow State University) Mr Sergey Belov (oint Institute for Nuclear Research (JINR))

Presentation Materials