LUMI superarvutile ligipääsu korraldamine.
The European PRACE and DEISA projects have laid the base for sharing and collaborating on European HPC resources. The newest development in this area is the EUROHPC Joint Undertaking. Lumi consortium is a 9-country consortium led by Finland. The other members of the consortium are Sweden, Norway, Denmark, Estonia, Switzerland, the Czech Republic, Belgium, Poland. EuroHPC JU has chosen the Lumi consortium as one of the hosts of the pre- exascale supercomputers. In order to make the jointly-owned Lumi investment a success story, this project will provide a common approach for integrating the pre-existing national systems to LUMI. This will avoid duplication efforts, and make sure we don´t reinvent already existing national systems. The following challenges will be solved within this NeIC project: 1) federated group management for authorization; 2) federated resources allocation management and accounting; 3) integration of jointly owned Lumi services with federated AAI and group management; 4) best practices for integrating national infrastructures with the jointly owned services. The outcome of the project is planned to be generic and reusable to other services that are aimed at user groups from the Nordics. For example, large research infrastructures such as MAX IV, NeIC sponsored services or the Knowledge Hub currently planned in EOSC-Nordic.
|Danish e-infrastructure cooperation||partner|
|IT Center for Science Ltd.||koordinaator||Soome Vabariik|
|The Swedish National Infrastructure for Computing, represented by Uppsala University||partner||Rootsi Kuningriik|
|UNINETT Sigma2 AS||partner||Norra Kuningriik|
|University of Iceland||partner||Islandi Vabariik||ülikool|