Virtualizing research environments to hamper the complexity: D4Science solution for data sharing, manipulation, and analysis. Pasquale Pagano (CNR – ISTI) D4Science Technical Director firstname.lastname@example.org. www.d4science.eu. Outline. D4Science narration
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Virtualizing research environments to hamper the complexity: D4Science solution for data sharing, manipulation, and analysis
Pasquale Pagano (CNR – ISTI)
D4Science Technical Director
gCube provides an Information and Monitoring System where rich set of resources including computing, storage, service, data, metadata, and applications can be:
Is a simple Registry sufficient to manage such growing set of heterogeneous resources?
Data needs to be assessed before to make it publically exploitable by the VO members.
Restricted set of users have to collaborate to refine processes and implement show cases.
Products generated through elaboration of data or simulation have to be validated by expert users.
Is the VO adequate to represent such growing aggregation of resources tailored to satisfy needs of the members of the community?
VRE allows to collaborate with other members of the VRE though a shared VRE workspace where data, processes, and products can be commented and annotated.
VRE resources can be published in the VO at any time by the VRE data managers.
gCube provides an environment where subset of resources can be assigned to a subset of users for a limited timeframe through a Virtual Research Environment (VRE)