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Data Management in a Cloud Framework: application to the LifeWatch ESFRI

Other TitlesGestión de Datos en entornos Cloud: aplicación para la ESFRI LifeWatch
AuthorsAguilar, Fernando
AdvisorMarco, Jesús
KeywordsCloud Computing
Data
FAIR
Findable
Accessible
Interoperable
Reusable
Discoverable
EOSC
European Open Science Cloud
Research Data
LifeWatch
Research Infrastructure
Biodiversity
Environmental
Ecology
Metadata
DMP
Data Management Plan
Ingestion
Issue Date24-Nov-2017
AbstractThe increasing capacity of computing resources and complexity of the instruments used in Science in our days, resulting in a growing volume of data with different heterogeneous formats and methodologies, makes an appropriate Data Life Cycle management essential for addressing new multidisciplinary challenges. LifeWatch ESFRI, the Research Infrastructure for Biodiversity and Ecosystem Research in Europe, provides clear examples, like the global warming or species extinctions. In addition, the European Commission is promoting the reuse of data, findings, and developments, through the “European Open Science Cloud” (EOSC), a new framework to stimulate the interaction among researchers, developers, and infrastructures from different disciplines. Thanks to its dynamism and flexibility providing and connecting services, Cloud Computing emerges as the most promising technology solution to support this new framework. Starting from these pillars, Data Life Cycle management, the EOSC framework, and Cloud Computing, this thesis proposes complete solutions for the implementation of relevant LifeWatch Case Studies. They are based on the experience and developments related to different EU projects, including COOPEUS, EGI-Engage LifeWatch Competence Centre, and INDIGO-DataCloud. Going through the different stages of this new approach, integrating different protocols, standards, tools, methods and services oriented to ensure a “FAIR” data (Findable, Accessible, Interoperable, Reusable), this thesis presents different designs, developments, prototypes, and services in production, confirming Cloud Computing as an adequate technology to support these complex LifeWatch challenges.
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