Mar 21 – 27, 2009
Europe/Prague timezone

The ATLAS Distributed Data Management Dashboard

Mar 26, 2009, 8:00 AM


Prague Congress Centre 5. května 65, 140 00 Prague 4, Czech Republic
Board: Thursday 015
poster Grid Middleware and Networking Technologies Poster session


Ricardo Rocha (CERN)


The ATLAS Distributed Data Management (DDM) system is now at the point of focusing almost all its efforts to operations after successfully delivering a high quality product which has proved to scale to the extreme requirements of the experiment users. The monitoring effort has followed the same path and is now focusing mostly on the shifters and experts operating the system. In this paper we present the new features that have been added to the ATLAS DDM Dashboard which have turned daily operations into a more trivial task. These include the integration with the underlying user operation tools like eLog and GGUS, the collection of detailed site status information from all three distinct grids (EGEE, OSG and NDGF) and the merging of the different DDM activities into a unified interface. These improvements have significantly improved the end-user experience. The evaluation of the service usage by shifters shows which are the most useful and popular areas, and where effort is still needed to have an even more automated system.

Primary author


Benjamin Gaidioz (CERN) Mario Lassnig (CERN & University of Innsbruck) Miguel Branco (CERN) Pedro Salgado (CERN) Vincent Garonne (CERN)

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