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The DRIHM Project: A Flexible Approach to Integrate HPC, Grid and Cloud Resources for Hydro-Meteorological Research

SESSION: Cloud Computing I

EVENT TYPE: Papers

TIME: 2:30PM - 3:00PM

SESSION CHAIR: Rizos Sakellariou

AUTHOR(S):Daniele D'Agostino, Andrea Clematis, Antonella Galizia, Alfonso Quarati, Emanuele Danovaro, Luca Roverelli, Gabriele Zereik, Dieter Kranzlmüller, Michael Schiffers, Nils gentschen Felde, Christian Straube, Olivier Caumont, Evelyne Richard, Luis Garrote, Quillon Harpham, H.R.A. Jagers, Vladimir Dimitrijević, Ljiljana Dekić, Elisabetta Fiori, Fabio Delogu, Antonio Parodi

ROOM:391-92

ABSTRACT:

The distributed research infrastructure for hydro-meteorology (DRIHM) project focuses on the development of an e-Science infrastructure to provide end-to-end hydro-meteorological research (HMR) services (models, data, and post- processing tools) by exploiting HPC, Grid and Cloud facilities. In particular, the DRIHM infrastructure supports the execution and analysis of high-resolution simulations through the definition of workflows composed by heterogeneous HMR models in a scalable and interoperable way, while hiding all the low level complexities. This contribution gives insights into best practices adopted to satisfy the requirements of an emerging multidisciplinary scientific community composed of earth and atmospheric scientists. To this end, DRIHM supplies innovative services leveraging high performance and distributed computing resources. Hydro-meteorological requirements shape this IT infrastructure through an iterative “learning-by-doing” approach that permits tight interactions between the application community and computer scientists, leading to the development of a flexible, extensible, and interoperable framework.

Chair/Author Details:

Rizos Sakellariou (Chair) - University of Manchester

Daniele D'Agostino - National Research Council of Italy

Andrea Clematis - National Research Council of Italy

Antonella Galizia - National Research Council of Italy

Alfonso Quarati - National Research Council of Italy

Emanuele Danovaro - National Research Council of Italy

Luca Roverelli - National Research Council of Italy

Gabriele Zereik - National Research Council of Italy

Dieter Kranzlmüller - Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich

Michael Schiffers - Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich

Nils gentschen Felde - Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich

Christian Straube - Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich

Olivier Caumont - CNRM-GAME (CNRS, Météo-France)

Evelyne Richard - CNRS - University of Toulouse III

Luis Garrote - Technical University of Madrid

Quillon Harpham - HR Wallingford

H.R.A. Jagers - Deltares

Vladimir Dimitrijević - Republic Hydrometeorological Service of Serbia

Ljiljana Dekić - Republic Hydrometeorological Service of Serbia

Elisabetta Fiori - CIMA Research Foundation

Fabio Delogu - CIMA Research Foundation

Antonio Parodi - CIMA Research Foundation

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