Globus will be participating in the new Software Provider track, as part of the Open Grid Forum (OGF) taking place in Chapel Hill, North Carolina. During this session, we will begin with an overview of current experience followed by priorities and near-term plans, including details on how you can contribute to Globus either with existing software or by contributing your tools. We will then highlight four associated software projects:
- GridShib is an Incubator project that integrates a federated authorization infrastructure (Shibboleth) with Globus grid technology to provide attribute-based authorization.
- MyProxy is a Globus project that develops software for managing X.509 Public Key Infrastructure security credentials (certificates and private keys).
- Introduce is an Incubator project that provides support for development and deployment of strongly-typed, secure Grid services.
- Open Grid Services Architecture Data Access and Integration (OGSA-DAI) is a Globus project that produces a pure Java data service framework for accessing and integrating data resources on to Grids.
Monday Jan 29, Azelea room:
9:00 - Introduction to Globus, current experience, and near term plans, Jennifer Schopf, ANL
10:00 - GridShib and MyProxy, Von Welch, NCSA
10:30 - GGF scheduled break
11:00 - Introduce Gird Service Authoring framework, Shannon Hastings, OSU
11:25 - OGSA-DAI, Neil Chue Hong, EPCC
11:50 - Open Discussion time, lead by Lisa Childers, ANL
For further information, or if you would like to speak to a member of the Globus team at OGF please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org