The SuperB asymmetric e+e- collider and detector to be built at the newly founded Nicola Cabibbo Lab will provide a uniquely sensitive probe of New Physics in the flavor sector of the Standard Model. Studying minute effects in the heavy quark and heavy lepton sectors requires a data sample of 75ab-1 and a peak luminosity of 1036cm -2s-1. Providing a user-friendly solution to workload management in a distributed resource system is one of the key goal of a HEP community as SuperB experiment. Physicists involved in Monte Carlo simulation productions and in data analysis should be able to perform job management and basic data transfer operations limiting as possible training costs and maximizing flexibility in resource exploitation. The SuperB computing group adopted Ganga as the interface layer of such distributed analysis infrastructure. A SuperB-specific Ganga-plugin has been developed to accomplish experiment requirements as information system interface, use cases implementation, dataset management and job wrapper interactions. This work will present the Ganga plugin design and implementation, and its integration with the wider distributed system adopted by the collaboration. © 2012 IEEE.

A prototype suite for data-analysis management of the SuperB experiment

FELLA, Armando;CORVO, Marco;LUPPI, Eleonora;MANZALI, Matteo;TOMASSETTI, Luca
2012

Abstract

The SuperB asymmetric e+e- collider and detector to be built at the newly founded Nicola Cabibbo Lab will provide a uniquely sensitive probe of New Physics in the flavor sector of the Standard Model. Studying minute effects in the heavy quark and heavy lepton sectors requires a data sample of 75ab-1 and a peak luminosity of 1036cm -2s-1. Providing a user-friendly solution to workload management in a distributed resource system is one of the key goal of a HEP community as SuperB experiment. Physicists involved in Monte Carlo simulation productions and in data analysis should be able to perform job management and basic data transfer operations limiting as possible training costs and maximizing flexibility in resource exploitation. The SuperB computing group adopted Ganga as the interface layer of such distributed analysis infrastructure. A SuperB-specific Ganga-plugin has been developed to accomplish experiment requirements as information system interface, use cases implementation, dataset management and job wrapper interactions. This work will present the Ganga plugin design and implementation, and its integration with the wider distributed system adopted by the collaboration. © 2012 IEEE.
Design and implementations, Distributed analysis, Distributed resources, Distributed systems, Ganga, Interface layer, The standard model, Workload management; Data transfer, Distributed computer systems, Elementary particles, Experiments, High energy physics, Medical imaging, Monte Carlo methods, Nuclear physics; Information management
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