Goals of this mini-but-dense-TIM
Understand how many resources "heterogeneous" complex to be exploited might be available to ATLAS now and in the coming years, and understand their readiness and how much effort is needed to bring these resources into production with the same quality of service as a well operated large site.
Key points to make this mini-but-highly-dense-TIM as effective as possible:
Speakers should upload slides by Friday. A draft is also OK.
Experts should provide enough details, not to be read during the presentation but in their slides. Slides in this case should be quite self-explanatory. Use backup slides to add more details if needed.
Slides should have an ordered (by importance) list of issues/challenges.
Attached here also some useful overviews on the topic which people are asked to read before the mini-TIM
(this entry can be used in case people have problems with uploading slides)
Torre - Davide & James gave me a plenary slot for a condensed version of the linked talk.
what we can expect from HPC and other "non-Grid" resources
US HPCs - Paolo
EU/Asia HPCs - Andrej
BOINC - DavidC
Commercial clouds - Alexei & PeterLove?
Future machines - Taylor (Machines where and what time scale ? 2021-2022 ?)
Alexei Klimentov(Brookhaven National Laboratory (US)), Andrej Filipcic(Jozef Stefan Institute (SI)), David Cameron(University of Oslo (NO)), Paolo Calafiura(Lawrence Berkeley National Lab. (US)), Peter Love(Lancaster University (GB)), Taylor Childers(Argonne National Laboratory (US))
Andrej Filipcic(Jozef Stefan Institute (SI)), Danila Oleynik(Joint Institute for Nuclear Research (RU)), Doug Benjamin(Argonne National Laboratory (US)), Rodney Walker(Ludwig Maximilians Universitat (DE))
Frameworks and closing remarks: SW development plans, issues and timeline.1h 30m
YODA - Taylor
PanDA/JEDI/Jumbo - Tadashi
Harvester for HPC - Tadashi
Data Transfers - Doug
AthenaMP/AthenaMT - Vakho
Doug Benjamin(Argonne National Laboratory (US)), Tadashi Maeno(Brookhaven National Laboratory (US)), Taylor Childers(Argonne National Laboratory (US)), Vakho Tsulaia(Lawrence Berkeley National Lab. (US))