Services for the European Open Science Cloud

EOSC-hub releases the documentation of its Federation Services: Let us know what you think

EOSC-hub, since its inception, has made significant strides towards contributing to the goal of building a federated environment for European researchers.

Ensuring the smooth operation of the EOSC, management and operational services to support this virtual environment is vital. EOSC-hub, with an eye towards ensuring a functional and efficient EOSC through its federating core, has developed a number of federation services. The full list is available below.

To support the usage and maintenance of the EOSC-hub federation services a full set of user documentation has been recently released and it is available here

Tell us what you think about the provided user documentation, if it fits the scope or how we can improve it by answering 4 questions: Go to the questionnaire. Deadline for feedback: 15 September 2020 

  • Accounting allows the storage of data from various services such as Cloud, HTC, and storage systems securely on the EGI accounting Portal.

  • Application Database User Documentation is a central open service where information of all software solutions, scientists and programmers involved in the initiative can be found. Since it is open to every scientist, it allows developers to find a solution without reinventing the wheel. 

  • ARGO Messaging Service (AMS) supports both push and pull message delivery. It focuses on creating nodes of Publishers and Subscribers as a Service. 

  • Authentication and Authorization Infrastructure - AAI is the system responsible for maintaining a secure and friendly environment for EOSC.

  • Configuration Management System

  • Helpdesk through this service user can submit their requests and issue using a single-entry point, the system forward the ticket to the underlying support system. 

  • Marketplace is the place where users can access, use and reuse all the EOSC resources, here users can not only find advanced compute and data services but also focus on value creation and increase EOSC competitiveness.

  • Monitoring Service is the key service needed to gain insights into an infrastructure. It needs to be continuous and on-demand to quickly detect, correlate, and analyze data for a fast reaction to anomalous behavior.

  • Service Order Management Back Office (SOMBO) is a tool designed to track and trace all orders received by the marketplace and to propose different actions on these orders.

  • Service Version Monitoring (SVMON), collects the information on software versions, stores it in the database and displays it in a compact overview table.

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20/08/2020