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EGI/ENVRI Webinar on High-Throughput Data Analysis - Peter Solagna (EGI.eu)
Chaired and delivered from Amsterdam (via teleconference)
Chaired and delivered from Amsterdam
EGI Webinar Events provide a forum through which eminent guest lecturers working in specialist fields relevant to the community are invited to deliver topical presentations via EGI's Webex. The complete Abstract for this presentation on High-Throughput Data Analysis is shown in the timetable beneath. A further webinar on the EGI Federated Cloud (infrastructure to deploy on-demand IT services for managing and processing your research data) has been scheduled for 16 Dec (please find it in INDICO here).
1. The webinar will be recorded and a video will subsequently be made available via the EGI YouTube chanel.
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Welcome and introduction by Chairman
High-Throughput Data Analysis
EGI provides solutions to accelerate data-intensive research built through a mature service catalogue. This series of ENVRI targeted webinars will present overviews of two of the EGI solutions provided to user communities: High Throughput Data Analysis (services for data storage and processing), and the EGI Federated Cloud.
High Throughput Data Analysis: Large-scale computing, storage and the data management facilities used to handle big datasets all allow faster results and enable global collaborations. This presentation will describe the services and tools that enable users to store, access, process and analyse their data and run their computing applications in a collaborative manner using the EGI distributed infrastructure. The session is targeted primarily at new ENVRI users who are starting to use the EGI services and infrastructure but the presentation will be of value to a much wider audience - all are welcome to participate. A recording of the presentation will be made available via the EGI DocDB (searchable) and uploaded to the EGI YouTube.
About the speaker: Peter Solagna is the Operations Manager at EGI.eu and for the past 3 years has been heavily involved in the deployment of middle-ware services on the productions infrastructure.
(EGI.EU), Richard McLennan