OGSA-DAI Status Report and Future Directions Neil Chue Hong

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OGSA-DAI
Status Report and Future Directions
Neil Chue Hong
[email protected]
Malcolm Atkinson
[email protected]
http://www.ogsadai.org.uk
Outline of Talk
4Project background and motivation
4Status of current release
4Releases and Usage Statistics
4Roadmap for future releases
http://www.ogsadai.org.uk
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Motivation
4 Entering an age of data
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Data Explosion
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CERN: LHC will generate 1GB/s =
10PB/y
VLBA (NRAO) generates 1GB/s today
Pixar generate 100 TB/Movie
Storage getting cheaper
4 Data stored in many different ways
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Data resources
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Relational databases
XML databases
Flat files
4 Need ways to facilitate
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Data discovery
Data access
Data integration
E-Life™
e-Research
4 Empower e-Business and e-Science
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The Grid is a vehicle for achieving this
Major challenge: rate of
growth in number & complexity of data sources
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rate at which they change ⇒ old “cottage industry” solutions don’t scale
OGSA-DAI
4First steps towards a generic framework for
integrating data access and computation
4Using the grid to take specific classes of
computation nearer to the data
4Kit of parts for building tailored access and
integration applications
4Investigations to inform DAIS-WG
4One reference implementation for DAIS
4Releases publicly available NOW
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Project Partners
Powered by ….
Funded by the Grid Core Programme
OGSA-DAI
£3 million, 18 months, from Feb 2002
Three major releases, three interim
releases
DAIT (DAI-Two)
Keep the OGSA-DAI brand name
£1.5 million, 24 months,
from Oct 2003
Four major releases
GGF DAIS WG
Strong involvement.
Standardise the interfaces
OGSA-DAI to be a reference
implementation
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Project Membership
Malcolm
Kostas
Norman
Paul
Principal Investigators
Research Team
Programme Management
Board Chair
Neil
Technical Review Board
Chair
Charaka
Mike
Ally
Mario
Project Manager
Amy
Charaka
EPCC Team
Andy
Jon
Simon
Dave
IBM Development Team
http://www.ogsadai.org.uk
Brian
Neil
Patrick
IBM Dissemination Team
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Infrastructure Architecture
Data Intensive X Scientists
Data Intensive Applications for Science X
Simulation, Analysis & Integration Technology for Science X
Generic Virtual Data Access and Integration Layer
Job Submission
Brokering
Registry
Banking
Data Transport
Workflow
Structured Data
Integration
Authorisation
OGSA
OGSA-DAI
Resource Usage Transformation Structured Data Access
Grid or Web Service Infrastructure
Compute, Data & Storage Resources
Structured Data
Relational
Distributed
Virtual
Integration Architecture
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XML Semi-structured
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OGSA-DAI
Request to Registry for sources of
data about “x”
Registry responds
with Factory
handle
Analyst
SOAP/HTTP
Registry
GDSR
service creation
API interactions
Request to Factory for access to
database
Factory returns handle of
GDS to client
Factory
GDSF
Factory creates
GridDataService
Client queries GDS with SQL,
XPath, XQuery etc
Query results
returned XML
OR
delivered to consumer
as XML
Consumer
Grid Data
Service
GDS
Database
(Xindice, MySQL
Oracle, DB2)
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with database
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Current status
4OGSA-DAI R4 available since April 2004
4OGSI based – built on top of GT 3.2
4Supports relational, xml and some files
– MySQL, Oracle, DB2, SQL Server, Postgres, XIndice, CSV
4Supports various delivery options
– SOAP, FTP, GridFTP, HTTP, files, email, inter-service
42746 downloads, 792 registered users (Aug
04) from all around the world
4If you need to build high level data services
in your project – we strongly urge you to
build on OGSA-DAI
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Current Release
4 R4 April 2004
– Provides Data Access components, an extensible framework for
building applications and some integration components
– Built on top of Globus Toolkit 3.2
– Supports relational, xml and some files
• MySQL, Oracle, DB2, SQL Server, Postgres, XIndice, CSV
– Supports various delivery options
• SOAP, FTP, GridFTP, HTTP, files, email, inter-service
– Supports various transforms
• XSLT, ZIP, GZip
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Supports message level security using X509 certificates
Client Toolkit library for application developers
GUI data browser (contributed by FirstDIG project)
Separate Distributed Query Processing components
Comprehensive documentation and tutorials in XHTML format
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Downloads by country
792 registered users @ 23/8/04
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Downloads by Release
R4
3000
2500
R3
2000
1500
R2
R1
1000
500
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15/07/2004
15/05/2004
15/03/2004
15/01/2004
15/11/2003
15/09/2003
15/05/2003
15/03/2003
15/01/2003
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15/07/2003
2746 downloads (~4.7 downloads a day)
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Projects using OGSA-DAI at UK 2004 AHM
4 Astrogrid
4 ConvertGrid
4 eDiamond
4 EdSkyQueryG
4 FirstDIG
4 GEDDM
4 GeneGrid
4 INWA
4 myGrid
4 ODD-Genes
All these projects have
demos at All Hands
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Some more projects
http://cabig.nci.nih.gov/
“Expediting the cancer research
communities' access to key bioinformatics
platforms by deploying an integrating
biomedical informatics infrastructure”
– Chosen to use OGSA-DAI and Project Mobius to create
data infrastructure
OGSA-DAI being deployed
on all GEON nodes
http://www.geongrid.org/
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Future plans
4OGSA-DAI is working on:
– WS-I/WS-RF interfaces
– Data integration tools and applications
– Workflow and mobile code
4Basic WS-I version will be released with OMII
middleware in October 2004
– OGSA-DAI R5 (GT 3.2.1 based) will be available October 2004
also
4OGSA-DAI R6 available April 2005
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Full support for WS-RF
Data Integration applications supporting identified scenarios
OGSA-DQP as an integrated part of release
Fully compliant JDBC Driver for OGSA-DAI
Support for WS-Security implementations … and much more
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Roadmap
4New roadmap document published on
OGSA-DAI website
– http://www.ogsadai.org.uk/docs/OtherDocs/OGSADAIRoadmapV2.0.pdf
4User feedback required to drive this
document
– Suggest requirements
– Let us know your priorities
4User Group meetings
– Next one at GGF12 (Monday 20th September, 5pm)
– Details at http://www.ogsadai.org.uk/news/ug2.php
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Release 5
4R5 October 2004 (Interfaces) – OGSI
– Built on Globus Toolkit 3.2.1
– Re-engineered interface-independent core OGSA-DAI
functionality.
– Improved dependability and security integration.
– New file data resources representing flat files queried using
full text searches (e.g. EMBL format).
– Installation and Configuration Wizard, including “all-in-one
installer”
– Improved Data Browser which allows XPath querying.
– Set of standard benchmarks.
– JSP Quick View interface.
– Support for other databases (e.g. Access, Exist, HSQL).
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WS-I Technical Preview
4 A limited functionality evaluation version
– An OGSA-DAI “Data Service” combining the metadata,
configuration and perform document capabilities of the OGSI-based
GDSF and GDS services.
– Access to service metadata provided by a partial implementation of
the WS-ResourceProperties specification.
– Example clients are provided for testing and coding reference.
4 Caveats/Issues:
– No registry component, no support for third party delivery.
– Security may be available (based on OMII WS-Security plug-in for
Axis).
– Document schema and interfaces WILL change.
– The WSDL is based on the OGSI-based WSDL from OGSA-DAI
– Will not be supported to same level as main release.
4 Released with OMII middleware distribution in October
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Release 6
4 R6 April 2005 (Integration) – WS-RF
– Data Integration applications supporting identified
scenarios
– OGSA-DQP as an integrated part of release
– Fully compliant JDBC Driver for OGSA-DAI
– Support for WS-Security implementations
– Support for stored procedures on all supported databases
– Improved support for different database specific SQL
types
– SQL translation between vendor dialects for subset of
queries
– Support for XQuery data resources
– We expect to comply with a version of the emerging DAIS
specification at this release.
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Future releases
4Produce a reference implementation of the
DAIS Specification
4Integrate with other eScience components
– Workflow is vital
4Start to provide tools to manage distributed
data resources
4Collaborate with other groups to produce
additional functionality
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Summary
4Data Access – done
4Data Integration – in progress
4OGSI → WS-I → WS-RF
4OGSA-DAI provides a framework which
reduces application development time
4We need to know what you’re doing
– Comment on the Roadmap
– Participate in the User Group
4OGSA-DAI is out there NOW
– Use it, and let us know what you’ve done
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Further information
4The OGSA-DAI Project Site:
– http://www.ogsadai.org.uk
4The DAIS-WG site:
– http://cs.man.ac.uk/grid-db
4OGSA-DAI Users Mailing list
– [email protected]
– General discussion on grid DAI matters
4Formal support for OGSA-DAI releases
– http://www.ogsadai.org.uk/support
– [email protected]
4OGSA-DAI training courses
http://www.ogsadai.org.uk
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