The ATLAS Site Status Board: automatize Experiment Computing Operations

The Site Status Board (SSB) is a framework to monitor the overall status of the Experiments distributed computing activities in the computing sites. The ATLAS Experiment SSB framework is storing the information from all sites involved in the processing of ATLAS data, making possible to have the global picture of the activities per specific criteria. Starting from the monitoring information we have developed integrated in the ATLAS SSB an automatic infrastructure for sites exclusion and recovery from different computing activities on the basis of dynamic flexible policies. The infrastructure architecture, the implementation details, the results achieved, and the future plans are presented in this contribution.

  • Track: Distributed Processing and Analysis on Grids and Clouds
  • Co-Authors from IT-ES: ALessandro Di Girolamo, Guido Negri, Pablo Saiz, Julia Andreeva
  • Presentation Type: parallel
  • full Author list (excluding "on behalf of the ATLAS collaboration): Borrego, C (Institut de FĚsica díAltes Energies); Gayazov, S (Budker Institute of Nuclear Physics); Di Girolamo, A (CERN) ;Espinal, X (Port díInformaciŰ CientĚfica) ; Magradze, E (Georg-August-Universitaet Goettingen) ; Rinaldi, L (Instituto Nazionale Fisica Nucleare) ; Schovancova, J (Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic) ; Stewart, G A (CERN) ; Wright, M (University of Glasgow); Andreeva, J (CERN) ; Nowotka, M M (CERN) ; Saiz, P (CERN);

-- AleDiGGi - 11-Oct-2011

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