Grid Resources/GE-01-GRENA

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In 2009 Georgian Research and Educational Networking Association GRENA established the first Grid facility in Georgia GE-01-GRENA, which is included in the European Grid Infrastructure. Last upgrade of the system took place during 2013-14, when 2 working nodes (DELL PowerEdge R720) and storage system (DELL PowerEdge R720 XD) were installed. In 2013 Tbilisi State University and GRENA established Certification Authority. GE-01-GRENA site is located at GRENA data center and its elements are interconnected with Gigabit Ethernet. Data center is connected to the GRENA backbone with three 10 Gbps capacity links. The Data center is equipped with redundant power supply system (2 generators and 2 UPS) and cooling system.

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Technical Specification

Administrative Data
Name GE-01-GRENA
Short Description Georgian Grid infrastructure
Owner Georgian Research and Educational Networking Association
Country Georgia
Computational Power
Number of servers 2
Server specification DELL PowerEdge R720
CPU per server 32
RAM per server 32
Total number of CPU-cores 64
Max number of parallel processes 20
Total storage (TB) 7.7
Accelerators type NVIDIA TESLA M2090
Number of cores 512
Accelerators per server 1
Servers equipped with accelerators 2
Operating system Scientific Linux
Version 6 (Carbon)
Batch system/scheduler Torque/Maui
Dedication to VI-SEEM
CPU (percent) 30%
Storage (percent) 30%
Accelerators (percent) 30%
CPU (core-hours per year) 175,200
Storage in TB 2
Accelerators (hours per year) 8,760
Integration
System operational since 2010
Available to the project from PM04
Expected date system to be phased out N/A
Interfaces SSH, gridFTP