Evolution of production software tools in EOSC
- Doina Cristina Duma (INFN)
- Mario David (LIP)
- Cloud IaaS/PaaS and EGI Notebook service - Enol Fernandez
- Federated data management requirements and technical roadmap - Baptiste Grenier
- Check-in technical roadmap and RCauth status and plans - Nicolas Liampiotis
- DEEP-HybridDataCloud: present and future - Alvaro Lopez
- eXtreme DataCloud: present and future - Daniele Cesini
- SQAaaS - Evolution of best practices for service deployment and interoperability checks - Joao Pina
Presenting the goal of session and contributors
This presentation will provide an overview of the ongoing and new developments coming to 3 of the EGI computing services: Cloud Compute — which offers a federated multi-cloud IaaS — , Cloud Container Compute — which offers a Kubernetes-based platform for running docker applications — and Notebooks, a completely managed interactive computing service based on Jupyter.
The presentation provides an overview of the requirements gathered during the Data Management Workshop where XDC, ESCAPE and EGI met three important user communities to design with them some Research Infrastructure specific solutions and pilot activities. After this the EGI data-related services and their status are presented and it eventually looks forward presenting some scouting activities...
The EGI Check-in service is an Identity and Access Management solution that makes it easy to secure access to services and resources. Check-in is one of the enabling services for the EOSC-hub AAI following the architectural and policy recommendations defined in the AARC project. Through Check-in, users are able to authenticate with the credentials provided by the IdP of their Home Organisation...
The DEEP-Hybrid-DataCloud is providing a set of comprehensive services for machine learning and deep learning, allowing scientists to train, test, evaluate, share and exploit their models over distributed e-Infrastructures. New advancements, will be presented and described, future exploitation of the solutions proposed
The eXtreme DataCloud (XDC) project is aimed at developing data management services capable to cope with very large data resources allowing the future e-infrastructures to address the needs of the next generation extreme scale scientific experiments. Started in November 2017, XDC is combining the expertise of 8 large European research organisations, the project aims at developing scalable...
Overview of the EOSC-hub Technology Committee (TCOM) work done for the Software Quality Assurance area with special focus on the EOSC-hub technical workshop that served as input for EOSC architecture and service roadmap.