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Attendees

  1. Gregory Dubois-Felsmann 
  2. Unknown User (xiuqin) 
  3. David Shupe 
  4. Trey Roby 
  5. Tatiana Goldina
  6. Fritz Mueller
  7. Frossie Economou
  8. Simon Krughoff 
  9. Brian Van Klaveren
  10. Kian-Tat Lim
  11. Kenny Lo
  12. Leanne Guy (one day only - probably Tuesday - TBD)) 
  13. Christine Banek
  14. Colin Slater
  15. Adam Thornton (remote)
  16. Angelo Fausti (remote)
  17. Loi Ly  (remote)
  18. Unknown User (cwang) (remote)
  19. James Basney (local)
  20. Unknown User (awithers) (local)
  21. Matias Carrasco Kind (local)
  22. Hsin-Fang Chiang 
  23. Steve Pietrowicz (local)

Remote attendance will be possible.

Remote access

Block Agenda


Tuesday   

Time
Location
Topic

10am-12pm


New science use cases of LSP Leanne Guy Gregory Dubois-Felsmann

12pm-1:30pm
Lunch on your own
1:30pm-3pm
architecture discussion to make sure we can address all the listed use cases Gregory Dubois-Felsmann
3pm-3:30pm
coffee break
3:30pm-5pm
LSP review charge and prep-work tasks discussion

Wednesday  

Time
Location
Topic
9am-10:30am

Next to DB processing workflow

10:30am-11am
coffee break
11am-12:30pm

Next to DB processing work flow continues

12:30pm-1:30pm
Lunch on your own
1:30pm-3pm

Deployments of all three aspects within one instance

3pm-3:30pm
coffee break
3:30pm-5pm

VO standards LSST DM will implement, and list of tasks to do Gregory Dubois-Felsmann

Thursday  

Time
Location
Topic
Possible breakout
9am-10:00pm

Identity & Access Management and Security (James Basney, Unknown User (awithers) )

  1. A+A token passing diagram Brian Van Klaveren
  2. user management (password change, etc.)

10:30am-11am
Coffee break
11am-12:30pm

Identity & Access Management and Security (James Basney, Unknown User (awithers) )

  1. login page supplied by NCSA for portal access
  2. login and get the token for DAX

12:30pm-2pm
Lunch and tour NCSA facility (we can have lunch delivered for those who want to visit the facility)
2pm-3pm
wrap up, and establish timeline for agreed upon tasks
3pm-3:30pm
coffee break
3:30pm-5pm
hack session: DAX set up WebDAV and SUIT access it from portal

Pre-Meeting Planning

Suggested topics for discussion

TopicRequested byTime required (estimate)Notes
Deployments of all three aspects within one instance
  • Identify the issues before the F2F if any
  • Resolve them and have a documented deployment procedure
  • PDAC cluster move into the k8s commons in Oct.? More details needed
Connect all three aspects
  • Search result user gets at portal is accessible through NB, and vice versa.
  • Search submitted by DAX API is accessible through portal and NB.
A+A
  • Understand and clarify the different types of tokens before F2F
  • Portal and DAX resolve the token passing issues
  • login page supplied by NCSA for portal access
  • login and get the token for DAX
  • user management (password change, etc.)
WebDAV API for workspace
  • relationship with A+A needs to be clarified
Python access to LSST data (next to database process)
  • afw.table data access through butler, enable panda compatible format (but it may be not realistic to provide it in time)
  • access to Parquet formatted data?
  • 2 use cases: after burner data process with LSST pipeline; just get the data as close as to community standard as possible and so the community tools can be used
  • Fritz Mueller Colin Slater will give a status on this
Tour of NPCF facility

Joel Plutchak or Michelle Butler can coordinate if this is desired.

1.5 hoursIf desired, a tour of the National Petascale Computing Facility can be arranged. ~45 minute tour with 10-15 minutes travel each way.
Perspectives from elsewhere in NCSA:
  • Lessons learned from DES data access infrastructure (tools, usage, etc)
  • National Data Service (NDS) as a scientific gatewa



Documents

Logistics

Hotel

We are currently arranging for a block of rooms at government rate.


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