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ACS-WG Grid Provisioning Appliance Concept GGF 13 , March 14, 2005 (Revised 8/4/2005) Peter ACS-WG Grid Provisioning Appliance Concept GGF 13 , March 14, 2005 (Revised 8/4/2005) Peter Ziu Northrop Grumman http: //forge. gridforum. org/projects/acs-wg/ March 14, 2005 Grid Provisioning Appliance Concept

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Overview § The Problem Space § Principles § The Grid Provisioning Appliance Concept § Overview § The Problem Space § Principles § The Grid Provisioning Appliance Concept § Use Cases and Scenarios § Questions March 14, 2005 Grid Provisioning Appliance Concept 3

Problem Space § Installation and configuration complexities must not become an impediment to adoption Problem Space § Installation and configuration complexities must not become an impediment to adoption of grid technologies § Grid containers answer the call for autonomy and automation, but what deploys the container? § How will large sets of un-configured or “bare metal” machines become a grid? § What standards can provide a foundation? March 14, 2005 Grid Provisioning Appliance Concept 4

Principles § For more complete autonomic functionality, the installation of OS and grid container Principles § For more complete autonomic functionality, the installation of OS and grid container must be automated and born from the network. § Some entity or nucleus containing grid “DNA” must instruct hardware how to become a grid participant. § Generic enough to apply to any computing container solution. § Does not host any services/functions that can be run inside an existing grid container. § Must be able to deal with heterogeneous pools of hardware. § Primary responsibility is to create an operational grid container from an un-configured network device. March 14, 2005 Grid Provisioning Appliance Concept 5

Grid Provisioning Appliance Concept (GPA-WG) § Provides the grid “DNA” or “seed” to create, Grid Provisioning Appliance Concept (GPA-WG) § Provides the grid “DNA” or “seed” to create, duplicate, or graft a section of grid environment. It exists at development time. § Can be replicated or duplicated from an existing appliance. § Can integrate images/packages for OS, ACS repository, common jobs, Identity management services and data storage. § Facilities include: Identity Management UI, network boot strapping services, kernel and flash images, § Can prepare supported network enabled devices “out of the box” to become operational grid containers March 14, 2005 Grid Provisioning Appliance Concept 6

Use Case Actors § Customers: • • § Grid Application Developers Grid Administrators Application Use Case Actors § Customers: • • § Grid Application Developers Grid Administrators Application / Service Testers Production Hosting Entities § Appliance Services: § Network Enabled Devices § Boot Kernels/Images § Data Providers § Identity store § ACS content • Boot strap delivery • SI, IUP Repository Service (ACS) • Identity Management UI • Cross Domain Security Mgmt. • Macro computer Constraints Design • Provisioning service (CDDLM) • Device authentication service • Solution Installation (SI) parser March 14, 2005 Service Consumers § OS Binaries/Images / Configuration /Bootable ISOs § Core Grid Containers and Services § Components, configurations, Solution Installation, Jobs (JSDL), Applications Grid Provisioning Appliance Concept 7

Grid Appliance Detail • Creation of the Provisioning Appliance as a Precursor Grid for Grid Appliance Detail • Creation of the Provisioning Appliance as a Precursor Grid for a production grid environment Device Discovery Listener ACS Core Grid AA’s Device Auth (who/allowed) Role Provisioning Appliance Storage Certificate Authority (Keystores, trusts, constraints) ACS Remote Console Services March 14, 2005 Grid Provisioning Appliance Concept 8

Auto Provisioning Scenario Provisioning Appliance 1 Device Discovery Listener 2 Device Auth (who/allowed) Role Auto Provisioning Scenario Provisioning Appliance 1 Device Discovery Listener 2 Device Auth (who/allowed) Role Provisioning 3 ACS Core Grid AA’s Appliance Certificate Authority (Keystores, trusts, Storage constraints) Remote Console Services 4 1 Announces / Broadcasts / Event 2 Authenticates/Authorizes 3 Determines Role 4 Device (Client) Retrieves Binaries CDDLM March 14, 2005 Grid Provisioning Appliance Concept 9

Provisions Sets of Localized Nodes Domain A March 14, 2005 Grid Provisioning Appliance Concept Provisions Sets of Localized Nodes Domain A March 14, 2005 Grid Provisioning Appliance Concept 10

Scenarios – Cross Domain Sharing of AA Contents n tio s a lic ract Scenarios – Cross Domain Sharing of AA Contents n tio s a lic ract ep nt R o c B C A D March 14, 2005 Grid Provisioning Appliance Concept 11

Summary § Manual installation and configuration workloads for even small sets of machines can Summary § Manual installation and configuration workloads for even small sets of machines can cripple business productivity. § Integrators need standards across vendors for automatic provisioning complex n-tier or grid solutions. § Candidate standards such Solution Installation and provisioning implementation efforts such as Na. Re. GI and others provide foundation. § Encourage vendors of install products to participate in ACS-WG. March 14, 2005 Grid Provisioning Appliance Concept 12

Questions Grid Provisioning Appliance - ACS-WG - (acs-wg@ggf. org) March 14, 2005 Grid Provisioning Questions Grid Provisioning Appliance - ACS-WG - ([email protected] org) March 14, 2005 Grid Provisioning Appliance Concept 13