Data Management Services in the Cloud

Data Management Services in the Cloud
04 Apr 2017

Data Management Services in the Cloud

 

Event details

Date: 4 April 2017

Time: 14:00-18:00

Type of event: Collocated event

Target Audience:

Research Communities, Cloud Service Providers.

The event will take as starting point the analysis in the INDIGO DataCloud project to define Data Integrity tests  to be performed associated to Data Ingestion.

It is open to all communities and solutions: in the first part of the meeting we will contrast generic approaches from different cloud-related providers (INDIGO,EGI,EUDAT), and in the second part of the meeting detailed Case Studies will be presented, related to communities with large impact in research (proposals for presentations are welcome).

Contacts: Fernando Aguilar, Jesus Marco de Lucas, IFCA-CSIC


The event will analyze the requirements and solutions to effectively handle data management using Cloud services.

The meeting will start comparing generic approaches from different cloud-related providers (INDIGO,EGI,EUDAT), and it will be followed by the presentation of detailed Case Studies, related to communities with large impact in research (like ELIXIR, CTA, ENES, EMSO, etc, more communities are welcome). In the final part of the meeting the existing solutions based on cloud services will be matched to the Case Studies presented, as possible.

Agenda:

ROOM "Sala MR01"

14:00 - Introduction to the session, Jesús  Marco, IFCA-CSIC

14:10 - EGI on DataHub, Matthew Viljoen, EGI.eu

14:30 - EUDAT on DMPs, Sarah Jones, DCC

14:50 - INDIGO Data Ingestion, Fernando Aguilar. IFCA-CSIC

15:10 - Initial wrapup and discussion

--- Break ---

15.45 - Analysis from INDIGO-DataCloud perspective:

  • ENES: Sandro Fiore, CMCC
  • CTA, Eva Sciacca, INAF (remote)
  •  EMSO (EMSOdev): Marco Pappalardo, SE.It
  • Libraries: Luca Martinelli/Sara di Giorgio, ICCU
  • EuroBioImaging: Ignacio Blanquer, UPV
  • Structural Biology: Antonio Rosatto, CIRMMP

17:30 - Wrap up and conclusions

The session is open for free but if you want to participate, please give your name to the registration desk for access (online registration is now closed)