Scalable Systems Laboratory
Together with the OSG-LHC, the Scalable Systems Laboratory (SSL) is designed to be the primary integration path to deliver the output of IRIS-HEP R&D activities into the distributed and scientific production infrastructure of the experiments.
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- 30 Jan 2020 - "k8s for the IRIS-HEP SSLab", Lincoln Bryant, K8s-HEP Meetup ('Chicagoland')
- 5 Nov 2019 - "The Scalable Systems Laboratory: a Platform for Software Innovation for HEP", Rob Gardner, 24th International Conference on Computing in High Energy and Nuclear Physics (CHEP2019)
- 1 Nov 2019 - "DOMA Facilities", Rob Gardner, Joint WLCG & HSF Workshop 2019 - Analysis Systems: From Future Facilities to Final Plots
- 2 Oct 2019 - "Lightning talk: ideas on evolution of grid sites in Run 4", Rob Gardner, ATLAS Software & Computing Week No. 63
- 7 Aug 2019 - "Towards Lighter Operations", Lincoln Bryant, US ATLAS Computing Facility
- 24 Jun 2019 - "Delivery of columnar data to analysis systems", Marc Weinberg, ATLAS Software & Computing Week #62
- 21 Jun 2019 - "IRIS-HEP Blueprint Concepts and Process", Mark Neubauer, Blueprint Meeting on Analysis Systems on Scalable Platforms
- 21 Jun 2019 - "SSL patterns: hybrid models, developer support, deployments", Lincoln Bryant, Analysis Systems R&D on Scalable Platforms (AS-SSL Blueprint)
- 21 Jun 2019 - "Scalable Systems Laboratory (IRIS-HEP) - challenges, opportunities", Rob Gardner, Analysis Systems R&D on Scalable Platforms (AS-SSL Blueprint)
We collaborate with groups around the world on code, data, and more. See our project pages for more.