Services for the European Open Science Cloud

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OPENCoastS Service

This presentation introduces OPENCoastS Service, a platform to implement forecast systems for a system chosen by the user, using a browser-based, user-friendly, interface. It comes with a hand-on tutorial . These materials was used during the OPENCoast Training event at the IMUM 2018 workshop. More detailed information can be found at the service manual.

Component Metadata Infrastructure services

The webpage provides the basic overview of the Component MetaData Infrastructure (CMDI) service provided by CLARIN. The service provides a framework to describe and reuse metadata blueprints.
Most of the more detailed material available is geared towards end-user of the Virtual Language Observatory  (VLO):

For developers and administrators, following documentations are provided:

For technical users of the metadata infrastructure a useful resource, although work in progress, is the best practices guide
https://www.clarin.eu/content/cmdi-best-practices-guide and its related resources.

EGI Cloud Container Compute Training Material

This training material introduces EGI Cloud Container Compute. What is it about, its features, architecture, how to use it, and examples of using the service

EGI Online Storage

This presentation introduces EGI Online Storage service, what is it about, and how to use it.

Why is this a good Data Management Plan?

*published on behalf of Marjan Grootveld, DANS*

It’s not just colonel Hannibal Smith, who loves it when a plan comes together. Don’t we all? On a more serious note, this also holds for Data Management Plans or DMPs. In a DMP a researcher or research team describes what data goes into a project (reuse) and comes out of it (potential reuse), How the team takes care of the data, and Who is allowed to do What with the data When. [..]

FitSM Training material

FitSM is a free and lightweight standards family aimed at facilitating service management in IT service provision, including federated scenarios. The main goals of FitSM are: Create a clear, pragmatic, lightweight and achievable standard that allows for effective IT service management (ITSM). Offer a version of ITSM that can cope with federated environments, which often lack the hierarchy and level of control seen in other situations. Provide a baseline level of ITSM than can act to support ‘management interoperability’ in federated environments where disparate or competing organisations must cooperate to manage services.

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