This training introduces the EGI Workload Manager service, also known as DIRAC4EGI, based on DIRAC technology.
The Workload Manager distributes and manages centrally thousands of computational tasks on cloud and HTC.
The EGI Federated Cloud is a seamless network of academic private clouds and virtualised resources, built around open standards and focusing on the requirements of the scientific community. Access to this infrastructure was until now possible via programming APIs and command line interfaces. The VMOps dashboard, the topic of this webinar, recently extended the possibilities with a graphical portal interface, significantly reducing the burden to manage virtualised resources in federated clouds.
This webinar will introduce the key capabilities of the VMOps dashboard, particularly:
A wizard-like builder that guides users through the selection of virtual machine images, virtual appliances, cloud resources and contextualization scripts to deploy complex applications or services in federated clouds.
Graphical interfaces and tools to monitor and manage your applications/services in federated clouds, independently of underlying cloud technologies.
A scalable architecture composed of a generic front-end and several, technology-specific back-ends for load balancing, and with a RESTful API to integrate with 3rd party services.
This training introduces how to use the ENES Climate Analytics Service (ECAS). ECAS enables scientific end-users to perform data analysis experiments on large volumes of research data from multiple disciplines.
This training video introduces the PaaS Orchestrator develped by INDIGO-DataCloud. The service collects high-level deployment requests from the software layer, and coordinates the resource or service deployment over dynamic Mesos clusters or directly over IaaS platforms.
The training introduces the B2ACCESS Service. B2ACCESS is an easy-to-use and secure Authentication and Authorization platform developed by EUDAT. B2ACCESS is versatile and can be integrated with any service.
This training module provides you with instructions on how to deploy B2SAFE and B2STAGE. It also shows you how to use these services. Moreover, the module provides hands-on training on Persistent Identifiers, more specifically Handle v8 and the corresponding B2HANDLE python library.
The training introduces the B2DROP service which is a secure and trusted data exchange service for researchers and scientists to keep their research data synchronized and up-to-date and to exchange with other researchers.
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: