2012.02 WP5: iMarine Data e-Infrastructure Deployment and Operation Monthly Activity By Task and Beneficiary

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This WP5 Activity Report described the activities performed in February 2012 by Beneficiary and Task.

It is part of February 2012 Activity Report.

T5.1 iMarine Data e-Infrastructure Operation

CERN Activities

CERN planned and performed the production infrastructure upgrade to gCube 2.7.3 which involves the :

  • Implementation of Software Patches
  • Implementation of GHN patches
  • Remote Upgrade of the nodes.

In addition CERN performed the dismissal of the Arts-Humanties VOVirtual Organization; and gMan VRE, coordinating also the upgrade of the NKUA glite site from glite 3.2 to UMD 1.

Moreover CERN participated to a discussion on the design of the new gCube Software Gateway service, expecially regarding the impact to WP5 and WP7 activities.

Regarding the activity related to Infrastructure Policy definition, CERN together with CNR decided to restructured the wiki page describing the policies [1] into Global. SLA and Participation Policies and to split among them the policy definition tasks. CERN therefore started the definition of Software SLAs and Participation policies.

Lastly activities related to WP5 were the participation to ScienceSoft Workshop @CERN and the editing of an article for Cordis and ISGWT regarding the collaboration between iMarine and EMI.


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The beneficiary should report here a bullet list highlighting the main achievements of the reporting period

CNR Activities

The beneficiary should report here a summary of the activities performed in the reporting period


The beneficiary should report here major issues faced in the reporting period and the identified corrective actions, if any.


The beneficiary should report here a bullet list highlighting the main achievements of the reporting period

T5.2 iMarine Data e-Infrastructure Nodes Provision

CNR Activities

The beneficiary should report here a summary of the activities performed in the reporting period


The beneficiary should report here major issues faced in the reporting period and the identified corrective actions, if any.


The beneficiary should report here a bullet list highlighting the main achievements of the reporting period

NKUA Activities

NKUA has been keeping up and running the provided nodes hosting GHNs while upgraded successfully all the gLite middleware nodes (glite 3.2 and glite 3.1), that it provides, to UMD middleware nodes (UMD 1)


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  • Maintained the provided infrastructure operational
  • Successfully upgraded all NKUA site glite services to UMD 1

FAO Activities

The beneficiary should report here a summary of the activities performed in the reporting period


The beneficiary should report here major issues faced in the reporting period and the identified corrective actions, if any.


The beneficiary should report here a bullet list highlighting the main achievements of the reporting period

FIN Activities

The beneficiary should report here a summary of the activities performed in the reporting period


The beneficiary should report here major issues faced in the reporting period and the identified corrective actions, if any.


The beneficiary should report here a bullet list highlighting the main achievements of the reporting period

T5.3 iMarine Data Infrastructure Availability, Monitoring and Accounting

CERN Activities

The beneficiary should report here a summary of the activities performed in the reporting period


The beneficiary should report here major issues faced in the reporting period and the identified corrective actions, if any.


The beneficiary should report here a bullet list highlighting the main achievements of the reporting period

CNR Activities

A new gCube Monitoring application version has been released with 2 new features: removal and "add to scope" operations for the new type of resource runtime resource.


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The gCube Monitoring application deployed on [[2]] supports now the features mentioned above.

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