The EGI Applications Database (AppDB) was recently expanded with the Virtual Machine Operations (VMOps) dashboard. The VMOps dashboard provides graphical interfaces and high-level services for users to manage Virtual Machines and Virtualised Appliances on federated cloud infrastructures, particularly on the EGI Federated Cloud and community-specific cloud federations, for example the ELIXIR Competence Centre Cloud Federation.
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:
The EGI Applications Database is developed and operated by the Institute of Accelerating Systems and Applications (IASA) on behalf of the EGI Foundation as an EGI Core Service.
Connection link: http://connect.ct.infn.it/egi-inspire-sa1-bis/
The Webinar was recorded. You can watch the recording at: http://connect.ct.infn.it/p5cty7tor87/
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When you visit this link, a test procedure will start to run, check that you have Flash Player installed, check that you are able to connect to the service, checks your connection speed and if you have the Adobe Connect Add-in installed and working. If you get all green ticks, then you are good to go, otherwise follow the instructions on screen to solve your problem. If you dont see the test procedure running at all, then you don't have flash player installed, so follow the 'Download Flashplayer' link provided and install that first.
After all that installing, especially on Windows, it's a good idea to restart your machine, at least close and re-open your browser, just to make sure the installers completed successfully.
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