Are you curious to learn more about how how the IM framework can be used through the Elastic Cloud Computer Cluster (EC3) portal?
Objectives of the webinar
Learn about the Elastic Cloud Computer Cluster (EC3) portal
Learn more about how the EC3 docker CLI will be used to deploy and operate elastic virtual clusters on the EGI Cloud Federation
Scientific communities, programmers, and others with a technical background, who are interested in the operation of elastic virtual clusters on the EGI Cloud Federation to serve the needs of scientific communities.
Webinar programme (1h)
Overview of the Elastic Cloud Compute Cluster (EC3) portal
Best practices to use the Docker EC3/IM solution in the EGI Cloud
Description about the presentation
During this webinar Giuseppe will show you how the IM framework can be used through the Elastic Cloud Computer Cluster (EC3) portal to create elastic virtual clusters on top of Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) Clouds. The virtual clusters created by EC3 are self-managed entities that scale out to a larger number of nodes on demand, up to a maximum size specified by the user. Whenever idle resources are detected, the clusters automatically scale in, according to some predefined policies, in order to cut down the costs in the case of using a public Cloud provider. In this particular webinar the EC3 docker CLI will be used to deploy and operate elastic virtual clusters on the EGI Cloud Federation.
EC3 has been developed by the Grid and High Performance Computing Group (GRyCAP) at the Instituto de Instrumentación para Imagen Molecular (I3M) from the Universitat Politècnica de València (UPV).
About the speaker
Giuseppe La Rocca works as Community Team Lead at the EGI Foundation. One of his main activities is to establish strategies for the retention, development and growth of the network research projects and initiatives collaborating with EGI, of the community of users of EGI services, and for managing the EGI Engagement and Support Annual Plan and the Training Annual Plan. Since 2004, both at National and European level, he has worked as technologist for the Italian National Institute of Nuclear Physics (INFN) division of Catania in distributed computing projects co-funded by the European Commission. During these years, he has matured strong skills and competences on Grids and Clouds technologies, working on ICT scientific developments for supporting both emerging and already established VRCs. Giuseppe holds a MSc in Computer Science Engineering from the University of Catania (Italy).