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Tuesday, 5 April 2016 from to (Europe/Amsterdam)
at Matrix I (EGI building) ( ground floor )
Science Park 140 Amsterdam, NL
Go to day
• Tuesday, 5 April 2016
• 09:00 - 09:15 Welcome and introduction
- Structure of the workshop
- Goals of the day
 Material:
• 09:15 - 10:30 E-infrastructure services
During this session the EGI and EUDAT service catalogues will be presented and discussed. This will help us establish a common understanding about existing possibilities with these two infrastructures, so later during the day we will be able to map community use cases to specific e-infrastructure capabilities. The session will also empower participants with knowledge on the EGI and EUDAT service portfolios so the relevance of these can be recognise in community support activities in the future.

Scheduled contributions:
- The EGI service catalogue
- The EUDAT service catalogue
- Integrating EGI and EUDAT services - the West-Life VRE experience
 Material:
• 10:30 - 11:00 Coffee break
• 11:00 - 12:30 E-infrastructure use cases
Short presentations of the community e-infrastructure use cases and their envisaged use/relevance to EGI. Scheduled presentations:
1. PhenoMeNal (Marco Capuccini)
2. SeaDataNet and Euro-Argo (Thierry Carval)
3. IndexMed (Romain David)
4. Birdhouse/WPS - IS-ENES  Earth System Modelling (Carsten Ehbrecht)
5. ICOS (Ute Karstens, Ingrid van der Laan-Luijkx)
 Convener: Dr. Gergely Sipos (EGI.eu) Material:
• 12:30 - 13:30 Lunch
• 13:30 - 16:30 Break-out groups - Designing community-specific e-infrastructures (incl. a coffee break at approx 14:40)
Forming break-out groups to analyse and further discuss the e-infrastructure use cases. Each group will consist of representatives of one/more use cases and EGI e-infrastructure experts/providers. The use case analysis will be based on pre-defined templates to be provided by workshop organisers. The outcome of the analysis will be e-infrastructure design and e-infrastructure implementation plans. These will be presented to the audience at the end of the day, and will drive post-workshop implementation work.

First break-out: Complete the 'Background' and 'Users' topics - 1h
1. Who will be the user? Can the users be characterised? How many are they?
2. What will be the value of the infrastructure for them? What will the system exactly deliver to them? (Customer's pains and gains)
3. How should they use the system? (Customer's job)
4. What's the timeline for development, testing and large-scale operation? (Consecutive releases can/should be considered.)

Second break-out: Define design and implementation plan - 1.5 h
1. What should the first version include? - The most basic product prototype imaginable already bringing value to the users (the so-called Minimal Viable Product - MVP)
2. Which components/services already exist in this architecture?
3. Which components/services are under development (and by who)?
4. Which components/services should be still brought into the system? Can EGI/EUDAT partners do it?
5. Are there gaps in the EGI/EUDAT service catalogues that should be filled to realise the use case? Which service provider could fill the gap?

 Material:
• 16:30 - 16:45 Break
• 16:45 - 18:00 Reporting back and discussion - 15' for each break-out group  Material: