I understand CREAM has had a major re-write.
Also, Elisa Heymann and her team are going to be carrying out a vulnerability assessment of the new version of cream next year, so we will hopefully get to know how secure it is.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Testbed Support for GridPP member institutes [mailto:TB-
> [log in to unmask]] On Behalf Of Ewan MacMahon
> Sent: 12 December 2012 11:35
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> Subject: Re: [Inspire-sa1] CREAM High Availability - EMI3
> > -----Original Message-----
> > From: Testbed Support for GridPP member institutes [mailto:TB-
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> > For those interested in efforts to improve the CREAM architecture
> > (clustered CREAM) please take a look at this document which has just
> > been
> > released: https://documents.egi.eu/document/1494.
> > The abstract reads: "Today CREAM can be considered (Computing Resource
> > And
> > Management) a mature service for job management.
> > In particular, CREAM, like several popular Internet services (e.g.
> > Google, Amazon), must rely on large clusters of commodity computers
> > for providing several features, including high performance,
> > scalability, availability and fault tolerance.
> I'm pretty sure they're just taking the piss; there's no way anyone's daft enough
> to actually believe this.
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