This is a support guide for those who develop training materials and deliver training events using EOSC-hub efforts. The purpose is for WP11 to efficiently manage training delivery and improve the quality of these events. This document also intends to collect best practices from our experienced trainers -- this will help to share experiences within EOSC-hub and beyond.
The RCauth Pilot ICA G1 CA issues certificates to end-entities based on a successful authentication to a Federated Identity Management System (FIMS) operated by an eligible Registration Authority. The certificates for use in science, research, and innovation, specifically for the purpose of (cross-organisational) distributed resource access, solely in the context of academic and research and similar, not-commercially competitive, applications.
RC Auth is one of EOSC-hub federation services. The linked website provide more information for end users.
Heat-Translator is an Openstack project and licensed under Apache 2. It is a command line tool which takes non-Heat templates as an input and produces a Heat Orchestration Template (HOT) which can be deployed by Heat. Currently the development and testing is done with an aim to translate OASIS Topology and Orchestration Specification for Cloud Applications (TOSCA) templates to HOT. However, the tool is designed to be easily extended to use with any format other than TOSCA.
This presentation give an introduction of DODAS (Dynamic On Demand Analysis Service) service, including the architecture of the service, and concrete use case examples. The training is given during VIRGO Comping School.
The webpage provides the basic overview of the Component MetaData Infrastructure (CMDI) service provided by CLARIN. The service provides a framework to describe and reuse metadata blueprints.
Most of the more detailed material available is geared towards end-user of the Virtual Language Observatory (VLO):
The ENES Climate Analytics Service (ECAS) team will organize a training session at the European Geoscience Union (EGU) general assembly (7–12 April 2019). The session is divided into a teaching as well as a hands on training part and includes: