Massimo Sgaravatto (INFN Padova)
In this paper we describe the use of CREAM and CEMON for job submission and management within the gLite Grid middleware. Both CREAM and CEMON address one of the most fundamental operations of a Grid middleware, that is job submission and management. Specifically, CREAM is a job management service used for submitting, managing and monitoring computational jobs. CEMON is an event notification framework, which can be coupled with CREAM to provide the users with asynchronous job status change notifications. Both components have been integrated with the gLite Workload Management System by means of ICE (Interface to CREAM Environment). These software components have been released for production in the EGEE Grid infrastructure and, for what concerns the CEMon service, also in the OSG Grid. In this paper we report about the current status of these services, the achieved results, and the issues that still have to be addressed.
Alessio Gianelle (INFN Padova) Alvise Dorigo (INFN Padova) Cristina Aiftimiei (INFN Padova) Eric Frizziero (INFN Padova) Luigi Zangrando (INFN Padova) Massimo Sgaravatto (INFN Padova) Mirco Mazzucato (INFN Padova) Moreno Marzolla (INFN Padova) Paolo Andreetto (INFN Padova) Sara Bertocco (INFN Padova) Sergio Traldi (INFN Padova) Simone Dalla Fina (INFN Padova)