Together with the OSG-LHC, the Scalable Systems Laboratory (SSL) is designed to be the primary integration path to deliver the output of IRIS-HEP R&D activities into the distributed and scientific production infrastructure of the experiments. The aim of this workshop is to further develop the IRIS-HEP SSL concept using two specific examples from the IRIS-HEP Analysis Systems area of ongoing software and computing R&D in (1) low-latency, query-based data systems and (2) modular, reusable cyberinfrastructure (CI) for physics inference and results dissemination. To help inform an IRIS-HEP blueprint along this direction, we seek input from those running CI systems within the experiments, laboratories and centers; experts in containerization and container orchestration (e.g. Kubernetes) for a variety of computing platforms; and industry approaches on R&D-to-production software and computing systems process pipeline.
Application for this event is currently open.