21-27 March 2009
Prague
Europe/Prague timezone

Session

Grid Middleware and Networking Technologies

23 Mar 2009, 14:00
Prague

Prague

Prague Congress Centre 5. května 65, 140 00 Prague 4, Czech Republic

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Dr Alessandro di Girolamo (CERN IT/GS), Dr Andrea Sciaba (CERN IT/GS), Dr Elisa Lanciotti (CERN IT/GS), Dr Nicolo Magini (CERN IT/GS), Dr Patricia Mendez Lorenzo (CERN IT/GS), Dr Roberto Santinelli (CERN IT/GS), Dr Simone Campana (CERN IT/GS), Dr Vincenzo Miccio (CERN IT/GS)
26/03/2009, 16:30
Grid Middleware and Networking Technologies
oral
In a few months, the four LHC detectors will collect data at a significant rate that is expected to ramp-up to around 15PB per year. To process such a large quantity of data, the experiments have developed over the last years distributed computing models that build on the overall WLCG service. These implement the different services provided by the gLite middleware into the computing models of...
Dr Alina Grigoras (CERN PH/AIP), Dr Andreas Joachim Peters (CERN IT/DM), Dr Costin Grigoras (CERN PH/AIP), Dr Fabrizio Furano (CERN IT/GS), Dr Federico Carminati (CERN PH/AIP), Dr Latchezar Betev (CERN PH/AIP), Dr Pablo Saiz (CERN IT/GS), Dr Patricia Mendez Lorenzo (CERN IT/GS), Dr Predrag Buncic (CERN PH/SFT), Dr Stefano Bagnasco (INFN/Torino)
26/03/2009, 18:10
Grid Middleware and Networking Technologies
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With the startup of LHC, the ALICE detector will collect data at a rate that, after two years, will reach 4PB per year. To process such a large quantity of data, ALICE has developed over ten years a distributed computing environment, called AliEn, integrated with the WLCG environment. The ALICE environment presents several original solutions, which have shown their viability in a number of...
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