28-30 January 2019
CNR
Europe/Zurich timezone

Open Data analysis with EOSC-hub services

29 Jan 2019, 14:00
10m
CNR

CNR

National Research Council - Piazzale Aldo Moro 7, 00185 Roma, Italy
Presentation Open Data Ecosystems and CS3 Open Data Ecosystem and CS3

Speakers

Mr Baptiste Grenier (EGI Foundation) Enol Fernández (EGI Foundation)

Description

The EOSC-hub project mobilises providers from the EGI Federation, EUDAT CDI, INDIGO-DataCloud and major research e-infrastructures offering services, software and data for advanced data-driven research and innovation. These resources are offered via the Hub – the integration and management system of the European Open Science Cloud, acting as a single entry point for all stakeholders.

Several of the use cases in EOSC-hub will enable scientific end-users to perform data analysis experiments on large volumes of data, by exploiting a PID-enabled, server-side, and parallel approach. Users expect also easy to use interfaces like Jupyter Notebooks for interacting with the system.

This talk presents an ongoing effort to turn these needs into a production-ready service that provides a FAIR-approach to the researchers analysis workflow by leveraging and integrating the following services from the EOSC-hub catalogue:

  • Check-in for handling user authentication and authorisation to services with federated AAI
  • DataHub for providing a data access and management
  • B2HANDLE for PID minting for research objects available in DataHub
  • Notebooks as an interactive interface to carry out the end-user tasks, including data analysis of a public dataset referenced by a PID and publication of the results back with a new PID.
  • B2FIND for making data discoverable by harvesting data using OAI-PMH

Thanks to the use of federated AAI and interoperable protocols, this work will be further extended to integrate new services from EOSC-hub to support computing intensive workloads, other data-related services, and potentially any other service with community-scoped functionality as required by the different use cases.

Primary authors

Mr Baptiste Grenier (EGI Foundation) Enol Fernández (EGI Foundation)

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