Changes between Version 2 and Version 3 of Security


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04/10/2008 04:41:39 PM (11 years ago)
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    33LSST has two apparently conflicting goals: 
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    5 1. '''Openness''' - public access to scientific data 
    6 1. '''Security''' - reliable infrastructure and long-term data integrity 
     5 1. '''Openness''' - public access to scientific data 
     6 1. '''Security''' - reliable infrastructure and long-term data integrity 
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    88We will need to find a balance between these two, for each component and participant of LSST. 
     
    1010== Realms == 
    1111 
    12 1. Physical Security 
    13 1. System-level Security 
    14 1. Applications Security 
    15 1. Public Access 
     12 1. Physical Security 
     13 1. System-level Security 
     14 1. Applications Security 
     15 1. Public Access 
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    1717== Sites == 
    1818 
    19 * Mountaintop 
     19 * Mountaintop 
    2020  * Network access '''strictly through base facility''' 
    2121  * Important roles: Buffering, Network transfer to Base Facility 
    22 * Base facility (at La Serena) 
     22 * Base facility (at La Serena) 
    2323  * ''Who can access?'' 
    2424  * '''No public access''' (all through collocated Data Access Center) 
    2525  * Nightly processing (real-time) 
    2626  * Data transferred to Archive Center 
    27 * Archive Center (at NCSA) 
     27 * Archive Center (at NCSA) 
    2828  * ''Who can access?'' 
    2929  * Data Archive 
    3030  * Primary data processing 
    31 * Data access Centers 
     31 * Data access Centers 
    3232  * Operated by LSST 
    3333    i. Collocated with the Archive Center (NCSA) 
     
    4141Where LSST shares a site, we can expect to collaborate with other organizations on security, especially physical security. 
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    43 * NCSA 
     43 * NCSA 
    4444  * LSST will share a major new data center with NCSA, whose most notable resident will be the NSF supercomputing cluster [http://www.ncsa.uiuc.edu/BlueWaters/ Blue Waters] which is expected to come online in 2011. 
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