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This group will focus on the interaction and involvement of the big data and computing centres in the FDO related work. These big data centres have an even more important role in the future since they need to take care of persistent services that go beyond their traditional business in providing basic networking, storage and computing services. If FDO wants to be accepted, they need to support essential registries of all sorts (PIDs, Types, Assertions, etc.) in a persistent and 24/7 availability mode.
The FDO-eING will thus start working on a variety of testbeds and reference architectures together with eInfrastructure providers to demonstrate the viability of the FDO concept. It will do this in collaboration with the FDO BIG group which will focus on establishing a stable service landscape.
The FDO-eING group will discuss the following items
- discuss the FDO concept in detail and its requirements with respect to persistent services
- development of suitable testbeds to fully understand the operational aspects of FDOs and to demonstrate the viability of the FDO concept
- help in specifying requirements for the needed infrastructure services
To achieve this goal, it will organise workshops together with organisations such as eIRG, XSEEDE, etc.
It should be noted that members of this group are already active in building a first limited testbed to establish a functioning DOIP based infrastructure which includes a few repositories and first clients relevant for researchers
The group is co-chaired by Peter Wittenburg. For requests/comments send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org