[GSA-RG] Proposal for a new structure of the GSA Requirements document

Alexander Papaspyrou alexander.papaspyrou at tu-dortmund.de
Mon Feb 25 14:39:30 CST 2008


2008/2/25, Alexander Papaspyrou <alexander.papaspyrou at tu-dortmund.de>:
> Ariel, all,
> 2008/2/25, Ariel Oleksiak <ariel at man.poznan.pl>:
> >
> > Regarding the structure of the requirements document, I agree with
> > this approach since we planned to focus on investigating which existing
> > specifications can be used to meet the requirements. Hopefully, this should
> > lead to identification of gaps and recommendations. I feel that these simple
> > use-cases will be very important for this work. Therefore, we should ensure
> > that we include the most important and representative ones. In addition to
> > those proposed, I think we should also add co-allocation of resources which
> > is important Grid scheduling scenario and may have consequences for
> > protocols and interfaces. Another one is scheduling with QoS (using
> > reservation and agreements), however, we can include it to co-allocation or
> > workflow use-cases. Anyway we can discuss it during the Thursday's session.
> >
> if that's okay for you, I will include the more general parts to the
> requirements section and add the rest to the text repository, as I already
> did with the contributions from Ramin, Nicola, and Wolfgang.

did the update. Joachim (thanks) merged in some new stuff on our simplest
use case, the HPC Job Scheduling stuff; please review.


Dipl.-Inform. Alexander Papaspyrou

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