WP2 fortnightly meeting

    • 11:00 AM 11:05 AM
      News 5m
      Speaker: Xavier Espinal (CERN)
    • 11:05 AM 11:20 AM
      Short task updates 15m

      Datalake, QoS and orchestration, Integration with compute , Network and AAI.

      # Task 2.1 - Datalake

      Update on datalake status and activities (Aris)

      Update on caching infrastructures (Riccardo)

      Datalake dashboard prototype [link] (Rizart)



      # Task 2.5 - AAI

      ESCAPE AAI Webinar last thursday, well attended (~50 people). Unfortunately no video recording was possible.


      Feedback, with Q&A collected in Google doc linked to the Agenda

      Next steps:

      - Hackathon in support of WP5 integration activities

    • 11:20 AM 11:40 AM
      From the detector to the datalake: gamma-ray telescopes data injection tests at PIC 20m
      Speaker: Mr Agustin Bruzzese (PIC)
    • 11:40 AM 11:50 AM
      Shadow round table 10m

      Please chime in in case you have something to report:
      - Sites: CERN, INFN, DESY, GSI, INFN, Nikhef, RUG, SURFSara, CC-IN2P3, IFAE-PIC, LAPP, INAF, Aarnet
      - Experiments: HL-LHC, FAIR, KM3Net, SKA, CTA

    • 11:55 AM 12:00 PM
      Action list review and AOB 5m

      Actions List From the previous meeting (25th March)

      • @Aleem/Paul: Update at the 8th April WP2 meeting on status and QoS endpoints, some of them in the process of being deployed. 

      • @Yan: Provide an update at the 22nd April WP2 meeting on where we are on the LOFAR data injection, distribution and processing

      • @Andrea: send announcement of AAI webinar to technical WPs lists

      • @Andrea: link WLCG JWT profile profile to WP2 WG wiki page

      • @Xavi: put Andrea in touch with WP6 people to disseminate AAI webinar

      • @Diego: link wiki pages shown in the talk to the WP2 WG wiki page

      • @PIC(Gonzalo/Agustin): gamma-ray experiment testbed to explore the deployment of RUCIO non-deterministic RSE for data injection to the datalake (deterministic RSE). This action is along the lines of what Martin proposed as a solution for data injection from the experiment halls, already in use by other communities.