17-21 September 2012
Clarion Conference Centre
Europe/Prague timezone

EMI Product Use Cases - Supporting Science in Distributed Systems

18 Sep 2012, 14:00
22m
Taurus (Clarion Conference Centre)

Taurus

Clarion Conference Centre

Presentation Virtual Research Environments (Gergely Sipos: track leader) Research Infrastructures

Speaker

Mr MORRIS RIEDEL (JUELICH SUPERCOMPUTING CENTRE)

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Description of the work

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The EMI project is a collaboration among ARC, dCache, gLite, and UNICORE and all these middleware technologies serve the needs for scientific users with distributed systems since many years. EMI continues and documents these use cases under the umbrella of EMI product use cases clearly illustrating where and how EMI products are used across a wide variety of scenarios. The EMI products use cases are the key to understand and communicate the current usage of EMI products
in practice and attract interest by new user communities that have similar use cases (e.g. such as those arising from ESFRI RIs with computationals and storage demands). This presentation will provide an overview of the use case scenarios specifically in the context of user communities and so called Virtual Research Environments (VREs) and give a glimpse on the answer to 'quo vadis EMI?'.

Primary author

Mr MORRIS RIEDEL (JUELICH SUPERCOMPUTING CENTRE)

Co-authors

Dr Jedrzej Rybicki (Juelich Supercomputing Centre) Peter Stefan (NIIFI) Piotr Bala (UWAR) Shahbaz memon (JUELICH) ahmed shiraz memon (JUELICH)

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