EOSC building blocks presentations
- Paolo Manghi (Istituto di Scienza e Tecnologie dell'Informazione - CNR)
8. SeaDataCloud – further developing the pan-European SeaDataNet infrastructure for marine and ocean data management
Mr Chris Ariyo (CSC)
11/30/17, 11:00 AM
Topic Area 5: The EOSC & EDI building blocks
SeaDataCloud is a new project funded by the European Commission to considerably advance the SeaDataNet Services and increase their usage and adoption of cloud and High Performance Computing technology for better performance. The SeaDataCloud project involves a network of 56 partners across 29 countries, bordering the European seas. The Consortium is made of 41 data centres and major...
Gabor Terstyanszky (University of Westminster)
11/30/17, 11:15 AM
Overview. H2020 COLA (Cloud Orchestration at the Level of Application) project is developing the MiCADO (Microservices-based Cloud-application Level Orchestrator) platform. This platform supports the dynamic application level orchestration of cloud applications on multiple heterogeneous federated clouds. It enables execution of these applications based on their specific needs, such as cost,...
Dr Dario Vianello (EMBL)
11/30/17, 11:30 AM
Cloud computing is now everywhere, and by many heralded as the solution to most - if not all - the compute and storage needs across the board. But how true is this, especially in Science? Should we abandon on-premise datacenters and transfer years’ worth of efforts to cloud-based environments? Or should these two be integrated together to exploit the best of the two worlds? EMBL-EBI has...
Anastas Mishev (on behalf of the VI-SEEM consortium)
11/30/17, 11:45 AM
Building a federated Open Science e-Infrastructure and related services is an imperative that will boost the research capabilities and make Europe more competitive player in the global research. Such common infrastructure should stretch and cover as wider areas as possible, both in the scientific fields supported, but also geographically. Bridging the digital divide and supporting the...
Giuseppe Fiameni (CINECA - Consorzio Interuniversitario)
11/30/17, 12:00 PM
In contrast to experimental high-energy physics community and others, that already operate federated data infrastructures, neuroscience has to cope with a diverse set of data sources with their specific formats, modalities, spatial and temporal scales, coverage, and more (from high-resolution microscopes and magnetic-resonance data to electro-physiological data, from multi-electrode array...