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Project Created: 12/09/2008
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REMINDER PGI@OGF34 Joint Session with GLUE2/BES/JSDL - pgi-wg
All,

just a gentle reminder about our joint group session [1] across PGI/BES/JSDL & GLUE2 today:


Tuesday, March 13
1:30 pm - 3:00 pm
Location: Lecture Theatre A


The session aims to resolve some issues in re-using the XML GLUE2 rendering by other specs such as PGI/JSDL profiles.

Several experts of GLUE2 will attend the session!

Some initial supporting material for the discussion with 'issues' for the PGI group can be found here [2].


A broad participation from the community and the different OGF groups is appreciated!

Take care,
Morris

[1]
http://www.ogf.org/gf/event_schedule/index.php?id=2429

[2]
https://forge.gridforum.org/sf/docman/do/downloadDocument/projects.jsdl-wg/docman.root.working_drafts/doc16391

Morris Riedel - 03/13/2012 3:25 AM EDT
PGI Kick-off teleconference defails - pgi-wg
To join the PGI kick-off teleconference on Wednesday, 2009-01-07 at 4 p.m. CET (UTC+1), please use this
calling information:

via Skype call +9900827049931906 (free of charge)
ordinary phone numbers (local rates) with the 9931906 conference number:

Austria 0820 401 15470
Belgium 0703 57 134
France 0826 109 071
Germany +49 (0) 180 500 9527
Switzerland 0848 560 397

Moreno Marzolla - 01/06/2009 8:16 AM EST
PGI kick-off teleconference providing a 'PGI 101' - pgi-wg
The Grid Interoperation Now (GIN) community group is happy to announce its spin-off standardization activity named Production Grid Infrastructure (PGI) working group. Both groups will complement each other and thus GIN proceeds to enable real e-science applications that require resources in more than one production infrastructure demonstrating the technical feasibility of interoperability using open standards wherever possible.

In contrast to GIN, PGI will formulate a well-defined set of profiles, and additional specifications if needed, for job and data management that are aligned with a Grid security and information model in order to address the needs of production Grid infrastructures based on the experiences gained in GIN. The resulting Web service interfaces and schemas defined by this working group will be a set of profiles of open standards and specifications such as OGSA-Basic Execution Services (GFD.108), Job Submission Description Language (GFD.136), GridFTP (GFD.20), Storage Resource Manager (GFD.129), and efforts of the GLUE2 (GFD tbc) working group. The additional work bv this group will go beyond the current specifications and extensions to focus on the missing links between these specifications taking reasonable authentication/authorization models into account – all tuned to the use cases found in production Grid infrastructures.

The PGI kick-off teleconference providing a ‘PGI 101’ is on Wednesday, 2009-01-07 at 4 p.m. CET (UTC+1). For more details please visit the PGI Website: http://forge.ogf.org/sf/projects/pgi-wg.

Morris Riedel - 12/22/2008 4:44 AM EST
3 Working Sessions at OGF25 requested - pgi-wg
The PGI group has requested 3 working group sessions at OGF25, so much participation is appreciated!

In these sessions, the PGI group will work on their milestones and documents and welcomes anybody that might have interest in defining/profiling a set of OGF standards for production Grid infrastructures and their use cases.
Morris Riedel - 12/22/2008 4:30 AM EST


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