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Assessment and analysis of the performance of the first pilot data lake (R)
ESCAPE WP2/DIOS workshop 9 and 10th of December.
The workshop was devoted to analyze the Pilot Data Lake Full Dress Rehearsal exercise, there was a massive participation from the sciences: CTA, MAGIC, LOFAR, SKA, EGO/VIRGO, CMS, ATLAS, LSST, FAIR all of them running production or close-to-production workflows.
Pilot data lake evolution to the prototype scale, allowing to scale-up ESFRIs workflows
M2.4 (M24): Expanded prototype – more data centres including 3rd party centres, demonstrate integrated data management tools, verify RI data accessibility from compute platforms including commercial clouds
Demonstrate data access from compute platforms (including commercial clouds), evaluating the possibility to include HPCs
M2.5 (M30): Extension of the data lake to efficiently serve data to external compute resources providers
Trustworthy digital repositories for long term archive (ISO16363 certification )
WP5/ESAP intensify collaboration focusing to prepare full workflows (planing a mini-workshop)
M2.6 (M32): ISO 16363 certification process underway in core data centres
Start preparing the WP2/WP5 joint workshop, work plan to prepare an FDR/Data Challenge in a ~year from now.
European Projects: ARCHIVER, CS3MESH4EOSC, (EOSC-Future)
Engagement with Fellow Cluster Projects: PANOSC /EXPAND
I would like to have updates from participating institutes: status, plans (prototype phase), particular fields of interests, experiment links, etc. We could dedicate the next two meetings to this activity and to align it with the different task plans. I propose:
Wednesday 27 Jan 2021: Surf-Sara, RUG, IFAE, Nikhef, Astron, INFN