publication . Other literature type . Article . 2015

Monitoring and controlling ATLAS data management: The Rucio web user interface

Mario Lassnig; Thomas Beermann; R Vigne; Martin Barisits; Vincent Garonne; C Serfon;
Open Access English
  • Published: 27 Mar 2015
The monitoring and controlling interfaces of the previous data management system DQ2 followed the evolutionary requirements and needs of the ATLAS collaboration. The new data management system, Rucio, has put in place a redesigned web-based interface based upon the lessons learnt from DQ2, and the increased volume of managed information. This interface encompasses both a monitoring and controlling component, and allows easy integration for user-generated views. The interface follows three design principles. First, the collection and storage of data from internal and external systems is asynchronous to reduce latency. This includes the use of technologies like Ac...
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free text keywords: Particle Physics - Experiment, General Physics and Astronomy, Database, computer.software_genre, computer, Latency (engineering), Massively parallel, Data management, business.industry, business, Design elements and principles, Asynchronous communication, Combined approach, Computer science, User interface, Atlas data
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