3rd Rucio Community Workshop

One West (WH1W) (Fermilab)

One West (WH1W)



Rucio is a software framework that provides functionality to organize, manage, and access large volumes of scientific data using customisable policies. The data can be spread across globally distributed locations and across heterogeneous data centers, uniting different storage and network technologies as a single federated entity. Rucio offers advanced features such as distributed data recovery or adaptive replication, and is highly scalable, modular, and extensible. Rucio has been originally developed to meet the requirements of the high-energy physics experiment ATLAS, and is continuously extended to support LHC experiments and other diverse scientific communities.

Important Travel Advisory:
In case you were planning to come in person to Fermilab, please take note of Fermilabs travel restrictions due to the Coronavirus (COVID-19) situation.

In particular, we’d like to ask you to connect remotely if you are traveling from, transiting through or have visited in the last 14 days, the following countries:

  • China
  • Iran
  • South Korea
  • Italy
  • Japan

We sincerely apologize for the inconvenience this will cause.
In case of questions feel free to contact the organizers at rucio-workshop-2020-loc@cern.ch.

For the 3nd Rucio Community Workshop we will meet at the Fermilab LPC (LHC Physics Center), close to Chicago, USA. The Workshop will be devoted to the information exchange between the Rucio developers, service administrators and the various interested communities in order to collect feedback and requirements.

On Monday March 9th there will be a WLCG DOMA Face to Face meeting at Fermilab.

On Thursday/Friday March 12-13, directly after the workshop, there will be a Rucio Coding Camp for Rucio developers and people interested in Rucio development. 

We set up a mailing list to which you can subscribe and where we will send more details about the program in the coming weeks.

We also created a Slack channel dedicated to the workshop discussion on the Rucio Slack workspace (Invitation Link). Join #workshop.

All participants must follow Fermilab's code of conduct:


We would really appreciate if you could fill the following participants feedback form whether you attended this workshop live or offline, it will help us improve the LPC events offering:


  • Akanksha Ahuja
  • Andres Moya Ignatov
  • Andrew Bohdan Hanushevsky
  • Andrew Malone Melo
  • Andrew Norman
  • Anil Panta
  • Arfath Pasha
  • Aristeidis Fkiaras
  • Armin Nairz
  • Arturo Sanchez Pineda
  • Bo Jayatilaka
  • Brandon White
  • Brian Yanny
  • Carlos Fernando Gamboa
  • Cedric Serfon
  • Chih-Hao Huang
  • David Schultz
  • Dimitrios Christidis
  • Dmitry Litvintsev
  • Donata Mielaikaite
  • Doug Benjamin
  • Douglas Tucker
  • Edward Karavakis
  • Eli Chadwick
  • Elizabeth Sexton-Kennedy
  • Eric Neilsen
  • Eric Vaandering
  • Evan Shockley
  • Federica Legger
  • Gabriele Benelli
  • Gabriele Gaetano Fronze'
  • Greg Daues
  • Hironori Ito
  • Hugo Alberto Becerril Gonzalez
  • Jennifer Kathryn Adelman-Mc Carthy
  • Joaquin BOGADO
  • Judith Stephen
  • Julien Leduc
  • Justas Balcas
  • Katy Ellis
  • Kenneth Herner
  • Kevin Pedro
  • Kevin Retzke
  • Liang Zhang
  • Lorena Lobato Pardavila
  • Marc Weinberg
  • Marguerite Belt Tonjes
  • Maria Acosta Flechas
  • Mario Lassnig
  • Markus Elsing
  • Martin Barisits
  • Matthew Snyder
  • Michel Villanueva
  • Michelle Butler
  • Michelle Gower
  • Muhammad Aleem Sarwar
  • Nick Smith
  • Oscar Fernando Garzon Miguez
  • Panos Paparrigopoulos
  • Paschalis Paschos
  • Paul James Laycock
  • Rafael Arturo Rocha Vidaurri
  • Robert Illingworth
  • Robert William Gardner Jr
  • Rohini Joshi
  • Sahar Allam
  • Shreyas Bhat
  • Siarhei Padolski
  • Simone Campana
  • Stefan Piperov
  • Stefano Belforte
  • Steven Timm
  • Thomas Beermann
  • Tobias Wegner
  • Tomas Javurek
  • Vincent Garonne
  • Vivek Nigam
  • Wilko Kroeger
  • Yujun Wu
  • Yuyi Guo