CMS distributed computing workflow experience

@inproceedings{AdelmanMcCarthy2011CMSDC,
  title={CMS distributed computing workflow experience},
  author={J. Adelman-McCarthy and O. Gutsche and J. Haas and H. Prosper and V. Dutta and G. Gomez-Ceballos and K. Hahn and M. Klute and A. Mohapatra and V. Spinoso and D. Kcira and J. Caudron and J. Liao and A. Pin and N. Schul and G. Lentdecker and J. Mccartin and L. Vanelderen and X. Janssen and A. Tsyganov and D. Barge and A. Lahiff},
  year={2011}
}
  • J. Adelman-McCarthy, O. Gutsche, +19 authors A. Lahiff
  • Published 2011
  • Computer Science
  • The vast majority of the CMS Computing capacity, which is organized in a tiered hierarchy, is located away from CERN. The 7 Tier-1 sites archive the LHC proton-proton collision data that is initially processed at CERN. These sites provide access to all recorded and simulated data for the Tier-2 sites, via wide-area network (WAN) transfers. All central data processing workflows are executed at the Tier-1 level, which contain re-reconstruction and skimming workflows of collision data as well as… CONTINUE READING
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