Workshop on Data Management

Europe/Amsterdam
H331 (3rd of July) and H320 (4th of July) (Amsterdam)

H331 (3rd of July) and H320 (4th of July)

Amsterdam

NIKHEF building
Baptiste Grenier (EGI.eu) , Bjorn Backeberg (EGI.eu) , Giuseppe La Rocca (EGI.eu) , Matthew Viljoen (EGI.eu)
Description

This Data Management workshop is jointly organized by the EGI community with the ESCAPE and XDC H2020 projects, as a follow-up of the Federated Data Management session and the Design Your e-Infrastriucture Workshop of the EGI Conference 2019 event.

This workshop brings together scientific comunities and developers & providers of data services from XDC, ESCAPE and EGI with the goal to facilitate proof-of-concept and pilot setups that tackle the scientific communities' problems in data management.

During the workshop:

  • XDC and ESCAPE project members will introduce the data-management solutions that are developed (or will be developed) in the context of those projects,
  • representatives of invited scientific communities will introduce their data management challenges and needs, and
  • attendees will form small groups to analyse the use cases, to match-make those with the offered/emerging solutions and to define proof-of-concept and pilot setups.

The main outcome of this worshop will be proof-of-concept and pilot use cases that will be implemented by XDC, ESCAPE and EGI in collaboration with the invited scientific communities. The event will also help the involved projects align their development activities and roadmaps for data management services.

The workshop is open to:

  • Members of the XDCESCAPE projects and EGI,
  • Invited scientific communities (PaNOSC, ASTRON and Agriculture JRC already confirmed)

Registration:

  • Registration is free, but compulsory through the 'Apply here' button below.
  • Remote access is available please check the information below

Venue:

The venue will be at the Nikhef building:

Science Park 105,
1098 XG Amsterdam,
The Netherlands

How to reach Nikhef: please check the information published in the web site.

The following rooms have been booked for the workshop:

Accommodation options near Science Park:

Hotel Casa 400
Eerste Ringdijkstraat 4
1097 BC Amsterdam
Close to Amstel Station, 10 minutes bus ride to Science Park

Amsterdam Tropen Hotel
Linnaeusstraat 2C,
1092 CK Amsterdam
Close to Station Muiderpoort, direct train to Science Park

Motel One
Europaboulevard 23
1079 PC Amsterdam
Close to Station Rai (metro and bus to Science Park)

Hotel Mercure Sloterdijk
Naritaweg 1
1043 BP Amsterdam
Close to Station Sloterdijk, direct train to Science Park

Any hotel in the Amsterdam Central Station area, from there you can take the direct train to Science Park.

Participants
  • Bjorn Backeberg
  • Daniele Cesini
  • frederic gillardo
  • Giacinto Donvito
  • Giuseppe La Rocca
  • Guido Lemoine
  • Iztok Gregori
  • Jean-François Perrin
  • Marco De Simone
  • Matthew Viljoen
  • Michał Orzechowski
  • Patrick Fuhrmann
  • Yan Grange
  • Yin Chen
  • Wednesday, 3 July
    • 14:00 14:05
      Welcome and Introduction
      • Structure of the workshop
      • Goals of the day
    • 14:05 15:20
      Data Management Tools overview

      Overview of the available data management tools (e.g.: Onedata, Rucio, FTS, XDC toolstack, etc.)

      "eXtreme DataCloud DM services and solutions" - Giacinto Donvito (25')
      "New Processing Experience with Onedata and Jupyter" - Michal Orzechowski (25')
      "dCache - a system for storing and retrieving huge amounts of data" Patrick Fuhrmann (25')

      slides
    • 15:20 15:40
      Coffee break 20m
    • 15:40 16:40
      User Communities

      Introduction of the scientific use cases from the selected user communities.
      A slide deck template will be adopted to collect key points and technical requirements and facilitate the discussion with experts.

      • Earth Observation JRC, Guido Lemoine (JRC-ISPRA) (20')
      • PaNOSC P&N cluster project, Jean-François Perrin (ILL) (20')
      • The ASTRON Science Data Centre, Yan Grange (ASTRON) (20')
    • 16:40 17:30
      Forming break-out groups to analyse the use cases and design the pilots: Designing pilots

      Each group will consist of representatives of one/more use cases and data management experts.
      Each group will have a convener.
      The use case analysis will be performed with a pre-defined template which will be provided for the conveners.
      The outcomes of the break-out analysis will be the implementation plans to support the pilots. These plans will be presented to the audience at the end of the day.

  • Thursday, 4 July
    • 09:00 10:30
      Forming break-out groups to analyse the use cases and design the pilots: Designing pilots

      Each group will consist of representatives of one/more use cases and data management experts.
      Each group will have a convener.
      The use case analysis will be performed with a pre-defined template which will be provided for the conveners.
      The outcomes of the break-out analysis will be the implementation plans to support the pilots. These plans will be presented to the audience at the end of the day.

    • 10:30 10:50
      Coffee break 20m
    • 10:50 12:00
      Reporting

      Summarising the piloting activities (including deadlines), presenting the next steps and follow up activities

      document