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#105 closed (fixed)

milestone 1e completion

Reported by: hmussman@bbn.com Owned by: David Irwin
Priority: major Milestone: ViSE: S1.e Contingent upon availability of reference implementation of Shirako/ORCA at 6 months, import and then integrate
Component: VISE Version: SPIRAL1
Keywords: Cc: hmussman@bbn.com
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Description (last modified by hmussman@bbn.com)

Per 1Q09 QSR:

The second milestone requires us to import an updated version of the Orca control framework from the RENCI/BEN team. Given that we are already running a version of Orca on ViSE this milestone should not be cumbersome. The operational modifications to the main branch of Orca’s code are not major and any ViSE updates should be easy to incorporate. Further, we will participate in the proposed “Orca-fest” for Cluster D developers and provide any expertise required; we have also been consulting with the DOME project in integrating Orca into their testbed.

Per report on 7/31/09:

ViSE is running the latest reference implementation of the Shirako/Orca codebase. Note that Milestone 1c (completed February 1st, 2009) required ViSE to perform an initial integration of Shirako/Orca prior to an official reference implementation being released. See that milestone for specific details related to the integration. Incorporating the latest reference implementation required only minor (although tedious) code porting. Additionally, as a result of the Orca-fest conference call on May 28th, the GENI Project Office and Cluster D set mini-milestones that were not in the original Statement of Work. These milestones are related to Milestone 1e, since they involve the particular instantiation of Orca that Cluster D will use. In particular, by June 15th, 2009, we upgraded our ORCA actors to support secure SOAP messages. As part of this mini-milestone, Brian Lynn of the DOME project and the ViSE project also setup a control plane server that will host the aggregate manager and portal servers for both the DOME and ViSE projects. This server has the DNS name geni.cs.umass.edu. The server includes 4 network interface cards: one connects to a gateway ViSE node on the CS department roof, one will connect to an Internet2 backbone site (via a VLAN), one connects to the public Internet, and one connects to an internal development ViSE node. The installation of geni.cs.umass.edu with the latest version of Orca means that we are well-prepared to transition to using a remote Clearinghouse provided by RENCI. During the Orca-fest and subsequent Cluster D meetings we set the milestone for shifting within the range of August 15th, 2009 and September 1st, 2009. We are currently discussing with the Duke/RENCI Orca/Ben group to complete this milestone in a few intermediary steps—-first moving the DOME and ViSE brokers to RENCI and then incorporating them into the same Clearinghouse as the other Cluster D projects. Since we have already setup and tested the latest implementation of Orca on geni.cs.umass.edu, we are well-positioned to transition to a remote Clearinghouse if provided by RENCI.

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comment:1 Changed 10 years ago by hmussman@bbn.com

Per QSR on 6/30/09:

As a result of the Orca-fest conference call on May 28th, the GENI Project Office and Cluster D set mini-milestones that were not in the original Statement of Work. We completed one of these milestones below.

June 15th, 2009. Upgrade ORCA actors to support secure SOAP messages. We upgraded ViSE the latest version of Orca, which includes support for secure SOAP messages.

As part of this mini-milestone, Brian Lynn of the DOME project and the ViSE project also setup a control plane server that will host the aggregate manager and portal servers for both the DOME and ViSE projects. This server has the DNS name geni.cs.umass.edu. The server includes 4 network interface cards: one connects to a gateway ViSE node on the CS department roof, one will connect to an Internet2 backbone site (via a VLAN), one connects to the public Internet, and one connects to an internal development ViSE node. The installation of geni.cs.umass.edu with the latest version of Orca means that we are well-prepared to transition to using a remote Clearinghouse provided by RENCI.

Since we have already setup and tested the latest implementation of Orca on geni.cs.umass.edu, we are wellpositioned to transition to a remote Clearinghouse if provided by RENCI.

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Resolution: fixed
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