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17:22 Eidgenössische Technische Hochschule (ETH) Zürich English 2016

BOX@PSNC

New cloud storage services allow groups of researchers to share, transfer and synchronize data in simple but powerful ways. Large-scale synchronization and sharing capabilities (typically above the 1-PB mark) are an opportunity for innovative applications in scientific and technical areas, allowing for new forms of collaboration and to achieve results faster and more effectively. This is also a unique opportunity for IT departments to renew service offerings and to boost infrastructure by federating data repositories across collaborating sites and proposing/hosting new applications. The objective of this workshop is to share experiences and progress in cloud storage services. The usage of recently deployed services in the scientific community is rapidly expanding. Users are actively interested in new solutions for their growing data needs: new tools and enhanced data sharing capabilities enable new solutions. At the same time, the technology space is quickly evolving and many research institutes, service providers, software development teams and companies look into different approaches in the area of Cloud Services for Synchronisation and Sharing. In the workshop we will review the state-of-the-art technologies for Cloud Services for Synchronisation and Sharing and evaluate the experience in running such services for technical and scientific communities. We especially invite user communities to report on current and planned usage, novel applications and innovative workflows. We invite technology and service providers to present their services, including the evolution of existing implementations towards Cloud Storage Services.
  • Published: 2016
  • Publisher: Eidgenössische Technische Hochschule (ETH) Zürich
  • Language: English
16:35 Eidgenössische Technische Hochschule (ETH) Zürich English 2016

CERNBox: Cloud Storage for Science

New cloud storage services allow groups of researchers to share, transfer and synchronize data in simple but powerful ways. Large-scale synchronization and sharing capabilities (typically above the 1-PB mark) are an opportunity for innovative applications in scientific and technical areas, allowing for new forms of collaboration and to achieve results faster and more effectively. This is also a unique opportunity for IT departments to renew service offerings and to boost infrastructure by federating data repositories across collaborating sites and proposing/hosting new applications. The objective of this workshop is to share experiences and progress in cloud storage services. The usage of recently deployed services in the scientific community is rapidly expanding. Users are actively interested in new solutions for their growing data needs: new tools and enhanced data sharing capabilities enable new solutions. At the same time, the technology space is quickly evolving and many research institutes, service providers, software development teams and companies look into different approaches in the area of Cloud Services for Synchronisation and Sharing. In the workshop we will review the state-of-the-art technologies for Cloud Services for Synchronisation and Sharing and evaluate the experience in running such services for technical and scientific communities. We especially invite user communities to report on current and planned usage, novel applications and innovative workflows. We invite technology and service providers to present their services, including the evolution of existing implementations towards Cloud Storage Services.
  • Published: 2016
  • Publisher: Eidgenössische Technische Hochschule (ETH) Zürich
  • Language: English
46:55 Eidgenössische Technische Hochschule (ETH) Zürich English 2016

Bitcoin: Synchronization and Sharing of Transactions

New cloud storage services allow groups of researchers to share, transfer and synchronize data in simple but powerful ways. Large-scale synchronization and sharing capabilities (typically above the 1-PB mark) are an opportunity for innovative applications in scientific and technical areas, allowing for new forms of collaboration and to achieve results faster and more effectively. This is also a unique opportunity for IT departments to renew service offerings and to boost infrastructure by federating data repositories across collaborating sites and proposing/hosting new applications. The objective of this workshop is to share experiences and progress in cloud storage services. The usage of recently deployed services in the scientific community is rapidly expanding. Users are actively interested in new solutions for their growing data needs: new tools and enhanced data sharing capabilities enable new solutions. At the same time, the technology space is quickly evolving and many research institutes, service providers, software development teams and companies look into different approaches in the area of Cloud Services for Synchronisation and Sharing. In the workshop we will review the state-of-the-art technologies for Cloud Services for Synchronisation and Sharing and evaluate the experience in running such services for technical and scientific communities. We especially invite user communities to report on current and planned usage, novel applications and innovative workflows. We invite technology and service providers to present their services, including the evolution of existing implementations towards Cloud Storage Services.
  • Published: 2016
  • Publisher: Eidgenössische Technische Hochschule (ETH) Zürich
  • Language: English
23:11 Eidgenössische Technische Hochschule (ETH) Zürich English 2016

Data Mining as a Service (DMaaS)

New cloud storage services allow groups of researchers to share, transfer and synchronize data in simple but powerful ways. Large-scale synchronization and sharing capabilities (typically above the 1-PB mark) are an opportunity for innovative applications in scientific and technical areas, allowing for new forms of collaboration and to achieve results faster and more effectively. This is also a unique opportunity for IT departments to renew service offerings and to boost infrastructure by federating data repositories across collaborating sites and proposing/hosting new applications. The objective of this workshop is to share experiences and progress in cloud storage services. The usage of recently deployed services in the scientific community is rapidly expanding. Users are actively interested in new solutions for their growing data needs: new tools and enhanced data sharing capabilities enable new solutions. At the same time, the technology space is quickly evolving and many research institutes, service providers, software development teams and companies look into different approaches in the area of Cloud Services for Synchronisation and Sharing. In the workshop we will review the state-of-the-art technologies for Cloud Services for Synchronisation and Sharing and evaluate the experience in running such services for technical and scientific communities. We especially invite user communities to report on current and planned usage, novel applications and innovative workflows. We invite technology and service providers to present their services, including the evolution of existing implementations towards Cloud Storage Services.
  • Published: 2016
  • Publisher: Eidgenössische Technische Hochschule (ETH) Zürich
  • Language: English
31:43 Eidgenössische Technische Hochschule (ETH) Zürich English 2016

Experiences of Cloud Storage Service Monitoring

New cloud storage services allow groups of researchers to share, transfer and synchronize data in simple but powerful ways. Large-scale synchronization and sharing capabilities (typically above the 1-PB mark) are an opportunity for innovative applications in scientific and technical areas, allowing for new forms of collaboration and to achieve results faster and more effectively. This is also a unique opportunity for IT departments to renew service offerings and to boost infrastructure by federating data repositories across collaborating sites and proposing/hosting new applications. The objective of this workshop is to share experiences and progress in cloud storage services. The usage of recently deployed services in the scientific community is rapidly expanding. Users are actively interested in new solutions for their growing data needs: new tools and enhanced data sharing capabilities enable new solutions. At the same time, the technology space is quickly evolving and many research institutes, service providers, software development teams and companies look into different approaches in the area of Cloud Services for Synchronisation and Sharing. In the workshop we will review the state-of-the-art technologies for Cloud Services for Synchronisation and Sharing and evaluate the experience in running such services for technical and scientific communities. We especially invite user communities to report on current and planned usage, novel applications and innovative workflows. We invite technology and service providers to present their services, including the evolution of existing implementations towards Cloud Storage Services.
  • Published: 2016
  • Publisher: Eidgenössische Technische Hochschule (ETH) Zürich
  • Language: English
11:22 Eidgenössische Technische Hochschule (ETH) Zürich English 2016

u:cloud ­- File Sync and Share at the University of Vienna

New cloud storage services allow groups of researchers to share, transfer and synchronize data in simple but powerful ways. Large-scale synchronization and sharing capabilities (typically above the 1-PB mark) are an opportunity for innovative applications in scientific and technical areas, allowing for new forms of collaboration and to achieve results faster and more effectively. This is also a unique opportunity for IT departments to renew service offerings and to boost infrastructure by federating data repositories across collaborating sites and proposing/hosting new applications. The objective of this workshop is to share experiences and progress in cloud storage services. The usage of recently deployed services in the scientific community is rapidly expanding. Users are actively interested in new solutions for their growing data needs: new tools and enhanced data sharing capabilities enable new solutions. At the same time, the technology space is quickly evolving and many research institutes, service providers, software development teams and companies look into different approaches in the area of Cloud Services for Synchronisation and Sharing. In the workshop we will review the state-of-the-art technologies for Cloud Services for Synchronisation and Sharing and evaluate the experience in running such services for technical and scientific communities. We especially invite user communities to report on current and planned usage, novel applications and innovative workflows. We invite technology and service providers to present their services, including the evolution of existing implementations towards Cloud Storage Services.
  • Published: 2016
  • Publisher: Eidgenössische Technische Hochschule (ETH) Zürich
  • Language: English
16:42 Eidgenössische Technische Hochschule (ETH) Zürich English 2016

SWITCHdrive

New cloud storage services allow groups of researchers to share, transfer and synchronize data in simple but powerful ways. Large-scale synchronization and sharing capabilities (typically above the 1-PB mark) are an opportunity for innovative applications in scientific and technical areas, allowing for new forms of collaboration and to achieve results faster and more effectively. This is also a unique opportunity for IT departments to renew service offerings and to boost infrastructure by federating data repositories across collaborating sites and proposing/hosting new applications. The objective of this workshop is to share experiences and progress in cloud storage services. The usage of recently deployed services in the scientific community is rapidly expanding. Users are actively interested in new solutions for their growing data needs: new tools and enhanced data sharing capabilities enable new solutions. At the same time, the technology space is quickly evolving and many research institutes, service providers, software development teams and companies look into different approaches in the area of Cloud Services for Synchronisation and Sharing. In the workshop we will review the state-of-the-art technologies for Cloud Services for Synchronisation and Sharing and evaluate the experience in running such services for technical and scientific communities. We especially invite user communities to report on current and planned usage, novel applications and innovative workflows. We invite technology and service providers to present their services, including the evolution of existing implementations towards Cloud Storage Services.
  • Published: 2016
  • Publisher: Eidgenössische Technische Hochschule (ETH) Zürich
  • Language: English
15:54 Eidgenössische Technische Hochschule (ETH) Zürich English 2016

Distributed Sync & Share Operations at AARNet

New cloud storage services allow groups of researchers to share, transfer and synchronize data in simple but powerful ways. Large-scale synchronization and sharing capabilities (typically above the 1-PB mark) are an opportunity for innovative applications in scientific and technical areas, allowing for new forms of collaboration and to achieve results faster and more effectively. This is also a unique opportunity for IT departments to renew service offerings and to boost infrastructure by federating data repositories across collaborating sites and proposing/hosting new applications. The objective of this workshop is to share experiences and progress in cloud storage services. The usage of recently deployed services in the scientific community is rapidly expanding. Users are actively interested in new solutions for their growing data needs: new tools and enhanced data sharing capabilities enable new solutions. At the same time, the technology space is quickly evolving and many research institutes, service providers, software development teams and companies look into different approaches in the area of Cloud Services for Synchronisation and Sharing. In the workshop we will review the state-of-the-art technologies for Cloud Services for Synchronisation and Sharing and evaluate the experience in running such services for technical and scientific communities. We especially invite user communities to report on current and planned usage, novel applications and innovative workflows. We invite technology and service providers to present their services, including the evolution of existing implementations towards Cloud Storage Services.
  • Published: 2016
  • Publisher: Eidgenössische Technische Hochschule (ETH) Zürich
  • Language: English
17:16 Eidgenössische Technische Hochschule (ETH) Zürich English 2016

DESY­Cloud: An ownCloud + dCache update

New cloud storage services allow groups of researchers to share, transfer and synchronize data in simple but powerful ways. Large-scale synchronization and sharing capabilities (typically above the 1-PB mark) are an opportunity for innovative applications in scientific and technical areas, allowing for new forms of collaboration and to achieve results faster and more effectively. This is also a unique opportunity for IT departments to renew service offerings and to boost infrastructure by federating data repositories across collaborating sites and proposing/hosting new applications. The objective of this workshop is to share experiences and progress in cloud storage services. The usage of recently deployed services in the scientific community is rapidly expanding. Users are actively interested in new solutions for their growing data needs: new tools and enhanced data sharing capabilities enable new solutions. At the same time, the technology space is quickly evolving and many research institutes, service providers, software development teams and companies look into different approaches in the area of Cloud Services for Synchronisation and Sharing. In the workshop we will review the state-of-the-art technologies for Cloud Services for Synchronisation and Sharing and evaluate the experience in running such services for technical and scientific communities. We especially invite user communities to report on current and planned usage, novel applications and innovative workflows. We invite technology and service providers to present their services, including the evolution of existing implementations towards Cloud Storage Services.
  • Published: 2016
  • Publisher: Eidgenössische Technische Hochschule (ETH) Zürich
  • Language: English
17:59 Eidgenössische Technische Hochschule (ETH) Zürich English 2016

Experience in integrating end­user cloud storage for CMS Analysis

New cloud storage services allow groups of researchers to share, transfer and synchronize data in simple but powerful ways. Large-scale synchronization and sharing capabilities (typically above the 1-PB mark) are an opportunity for innovative applications in scientific and technical areas, allowing for new forms of collaboration and to achieve results faster and more effectively. This is also a unique opportunity for IT departments to renew service offerings and to boost infrastructure by federating data repositories across collaborating sites and proposing/hosting new applications. The objective of this workshop is to share experiences and progress in cloud storage services. The usage of recently deployed services in the scientific community is rapidly expanding. Users are actively interested in new solutions for their growing data needs: new tools and enhanced data sharing capabilities enable new solutions. At the same time, the technology space is quickly evolving and many research institutes, service providers, software development teams and companies look into different approaches in the area of Cloud Services for Synchronisation and Sharing. In the workshop we will review the state-of-the-art technologies for Cloud Services for Synchronisation and Sharing and evaluate the experience in running such services for technical and scientific communities. We especially invite user communities to report on current and planned usage, novel applications and innovative workflows. We invite technology and service providers to present their services, including the evolution of existing implementations towards Cloud Storage Services.
  • Published: 2016
  • Publisher: Eidgenössische Technische Hochschule (ETH) Zürich
  • Language: English
19:42 Eidgenössische Technische Hochschule (ETH) Zürich English 2016

Delegated resource management and user data isolation

New cloud storage services allow groups of researchers to share, transfer and synchronize data in simple but powerful ways. Large-scale synchronization and sharing capabilities (typically above the 1-PB mark) are an opportunity for innovative applications in scientific and technical areas, allowing for new forms of collaboration and to achieve results faster and more effectively. This is also a unique opportunity for IT departments to renew service offerings and to boost infrastructure by federating data repositories across collaborating sites and proposing/hosting new applications. The objective of this workshop is to share experiences and progress in cloud storage services. The usage of recently deployed services in the scientific community is rapidly expanding. Users are actively interested in new solutions for their growing data needs: new tools and enhanced data sharing capabilities enable new solutions. At the same time, the technology space is quickly evolving and many research institutes, service providers, software development teams and companies look into different approaches in the area of Cloud Services for Synchronisation and Sharing. In the workshop we will review the state-of-the-art technologies for Cloud Services for Synchronisation and Sharing and evaluate the experience in running such services for technical and scientific communities. We especially invite user communities to report on current and planned usage, novel applications and innovative workflows. We invite technology and service providers to present their services, including the evolution of existing implementations towards Cloud Storage Services.
  • Published: 2016
  • Publisher: Eidgenössische Technische Hochschule (ETH) Zürich
  • Language: English
14:37 Eidgenössische Technische Hochschule (ETH) Zürich English 2016

Onedata: Global Distributed Data Access System

New cloud storage services allow groups of researchers to share, transfer and synchronize data in simple but powerful ways. Large-scale synchronization and sharing capabilities (typically above the 1-PB mark) are an opportunity for innovative applications in scientific and technical areas, allowing for new forms of collaboration and to achieve results faster and more effectively. This is also a unique opportunity for IT departments to renew service offerings and to boost infrastructure by federating data repositories across collaborating sites and proposing/hosting new applications. The objective of this workshop is to share experiences and progress in cloud storage services. The usage of recently deployed services in the scientific community is rapidly expanding. Users are actively interested in new solutions for their growing data needs: new tools and enhanced data sharing capabilities enable new solutions. At the same time, the technology space is quickly evolving and many research institutes, service providers, software development teams and companies look into different approaches in the area of Cloud Services for Synchronisation and Sharing. In the workshop we will review the state-of-the-art technologies for Cloud Services for Synchronisation and Sharing and evaluate the experience in running such services for technical and scientific communities. We especially invite user communities to report on current and planned usage, novel applications and innovative workflows. We invite technology and service providers to present their services, including the evolution of existing implementations towards Cloud Storage Services.
  • Published: 2016
  • Publisher: Eidgenössische Technische Hochschule (ETH) Zürich
  • Language: English
15:50 Eidgenössische Technische Hochschule (ETH) Zürich English 2016

INFNBox: A distributed and high reliable cloud infrastructure for data sharing at INFN

New cloud storage services allow groups of researchers to share, transfer and synchronize data in simple but powerful ways. Large-scale synchronization and sharing capabilities (typically above the 1-PB mark) are an opportunity for innovative applications in scientific and technical areas, allowing for new forms of collaboration and to achieve results faster and more effectively. This is also a unique opportunity for IT departments to renew service offerings and to boost infrastructure by federating data repositories across collaborating sites and proposing/hosting new applications. The objective of this workshop is to share experiences and progress in cloud storage services. The usage of recently deployed services in the scientific community is rapidly expanding. Users are actively interested in new solutions for their growing data needs: new tools and enhanced data sharing capabilities enable new solutions. At the same time, the technology space is quickly evolving and many research institutes, service providers, software development teams and companies look into different approaches in the area of Cloud Services for Synchronisation and Sharing. In the workshop we will review the state-of-the-art technologies for Cloud Services for Synchronisation and Sharing and evaluate the experience in running such services for technical and scientific communities. We especially invite user communities to report on current and planned usage, novel applications and innovative workflows. We invite technology and service providers to present their services, including the evolution of existing implementations towards Cloud Storage Services.
  • Published: 2016
  • Publisher: Eidgenössische Technische Hochschule (ETH) Zürich
  • Language: English
25:59 Eidgenössische Technische Hochschule (ETH) Zürich English 2016

Open Cloud Mesh initiative

New cloud storage services allow groups of researchers to share, transfer and synchronize data in simple but powerful ways. Large-scale synchronization and sharing capabilities (typically above the 1-PB mark) are an opportunity for innovative applications in scientific and technical areas, allowing for new forms of collaboration and to achieve results faster and more effectively. This is also a unique opportunity for IT departments to renew service offerings and to boost infrastructure by federating data repositories across collaborating sites and proposing/hosting new applications. The objective of this workshop is to share experiences and progress in cloud storage services. The usage of recently deployed services in the scientific community is rapidly expanding. Users are actively interested in new solutions for their growing data needs: new tools and enhanced data sharing capabilities enable new solutions. At the same time, the technology space is quickly evolving and many research institutes, service providers, software development teams and companies look into different approaches in the area of Cloud Services for Synchronisation and Sharing. In the workshop we will review the state-of-the-art technologies for Cloud Services for Synchronisation and Sharing and evaluate the experience in running such services for technical and scientific communities. We especially invite user communities to report on current and planned usage, novel applications and innovative workflows. We invite technology and service providers to present their services, including the evolution of existing implementations towards Cloud Storage Services.
  • Published: 2016
  • Publisher: Eidgenössische Technische Hochschule (ETH) Zürich
  • Language: English
13:11 Eidgenössische Technische Hochschule (ETH) Zürich English 2016

MyCoRe: ownCloud service at CNRS

New cloud storage services allow groups of researchers to share, transfer and synchronize data in simple but powerful ways. Large-scale synchronization and sharing capabilities (typically above the 1-PB mark) are an opportunity for innovative applications in scientific and technical areas, allowing for new forms of collaboration and to achieve results faster and more effectively. This is also a unique opportunity for IT departments to renew service offerings and to boost infrastructure by federating data repositories across collaborating sites and proposing/hosting new applications. The objective of this workshop is to share experiences and progress in cloud storage services. The usage of recently deployed services in the scientific community is rapidly expanding. Users are actively interested in new solutions for their growing data needs: new tools and enhanced data sharing capabilities enable new solutions. At the same time, the technology space is quickly evolving and many research institutes, service providers, software development teams and companies look into different approaches in the area of Cloud Services for Synchronisation and Sharing. In the workshop we will review the state-of-the-art technologies for Cloud Services for Synchronisation and Sharing and evaluate the experience in running such services for technical and scientific communities. We especially invite user communities to report on current and planned usage, novel applications and innovative workflows. We invite technology and service providers to present their services, including the evolution of existing implementations towards Cloud Storage Services.
  • Published: 2016
  • Publisher: Eidgenössische Technische Hochschule (ETH) Zürich
  • Language: English
16:54 Eidgenössische Technische Hochschule (ETH) Zürich English 2016

Scaling ownCloud horizontally

New cloud storage services allow groups of researchers to share, transfer and synchronize data in simple but powerful ways. Large-scale synchronization and sharing capabilities (typically above the 1-PB mark) are an opportunity for innovative applications in scientific and technical areas, allowing for new forms of collaboration and to achieve results faster and more effectively. This is also a unique opportunity for IT departments to renew service offerings and to boost infrastructure by federating data repositories across collaborating sites and proposing/hosting new applications. The objective of this workshop is to share experiences and progress in cloud storage services. The usage of recently deployed services in the scientific community is rapidly expanding. Users are actively interested in new solutions for their growing data needs: new tools and enhanced data sharing capabilities enable new solutions. At the same time, the technology space is quickly evolving and many research institutes, service providers, software development teams and companies look into different approaches in the area of Cloud Services for Synchronisation and Sharing. In the workshop we will review the state-of-the-art technologies for Cloud Services for Synchronisation and Sharing and evaluate the experience in running such services for technical and scientific communities. We especially invite user communities to report on current and planned usage, novel applications and innovative workflows. We invite technology and service providers to present their services, including the evolution of existing implementations towards Cloud Storage Services.
  • Published: 2016
  • Publisher: Eidgenössische Technische Hochschule (ETH) Zürich
  • Language: English
14:53 Eidgenössische Technische Hochschule (ETH) Zürich English 2016

Site Report: LMU Faculty of Physics

New cloud storage services allow groups of researchers to share, transfer and synchronize data in simple but powerful ways. Large-scale synchronization and sharing capabilities (typically above the 1-PB mark) are an opportunity for innovative applications in scientific and technical areas, allowing for new forms of collaboration and to achieve results faster and more effectively. This is also a unique opportunity for IT departments to renew service offerings and to boost infrastructure by federating data repositories across collaborating sites and proposing/hosting new applications. The objective of this workshop is to share experiences and progress in cloud storage services. The usage of recently deployed services in the scientific community is rapidly expanding. Users are actively interested in new solutions for their growing data needs: new tools and enhanced data sharing capabilities enable new solutions. At the same time, the technology space is quickly evolving and many research institutes, service providers, software development teams and companies look into different approaches in the area of Cloud Services for Synchronisation and Sharing. In the workshop we will review the state-of-the-art technologies for Cloud Services for Synchronisation and Sharing and evaluate the experience in running such services for technical and scientific communities. We especially invite user communities to report on current and planned usage, novel applications and innovative workflows. We invite technology and service providers to present their services, including the evolution of existing implementations towards Cloud Storage Services.
  • Published: 2016
  • Publisher: Eidgenössische Technische Hochschule (ETH) Zürich
  • Language: English
09:58 Eidgenössische Technische Hochschule (ETH) Zürich English 2016

From synchronization to curation

New cloud storage services allow groups of researchers to share, transfer and synchronize data in simple but powerful ways. Large-scale synchronization and sharing capabilities (typically above the 1-PB mark) are an opportunity for innovative applications in scientific and technical areas, allowing for new forms of collaboration and to achieve results faster and more effectively. This is also a unique opportunity for IT departments to renew service offerings and to boost infrastructure by federating data repositories across collaborating sites and proposing/hosting new applications. The objective of this workshop is to share experiences and progress in cloud storage services. The usage of recently deployed services in the scientific community is rapidly expanding. Users are actively interested in new solutions for their growing data needs: new tools and enhanced data sharing capabilities enable new solutions. At the same time, the technology space is quickly evolving and many research institutes, service providers, software development teams and companies look into different approaches in the area of Cloud Services for Synchronisation and Sharing. In the workshop we will review the state-of-the-art technologies for Cloud Services for Synchronisation and Sharing and evaluate the experience in running such services for technical and scientific communities. We especially invite user communities to report on current and planned usage, novel applications and innovative workflows. We invite technology and service providers to present their services, including the evolution of existing implementations towards Cloud Storage Services.
  • Published: 2016
  • Publisher: Eidgenössische Technische Hochschule (ETH) Zürich
  • Language: English
19:27 Eidgenössische Technische Hochschule (ETH) Zürich English 2016

Benchmarking and testing ownCloud, Seafile, Dropbox and CERNBox using smashbox

New cloud storage services allow groups of researchers to share, transfer and synchronize data in simple but powerful ways. Large-scale synchronization and sharing capabilities (typically above the 1-PB mark) are an opportunity for innovative applications in scientific and technical areas, allowing for new forms of collaboration and to achieve results faster and more effectively. This is also a unique opportunity for IT departments to renew service offerings and to boost infrastructure by federating data repositories across collaborating sites and proposing/hosting new applications. The objective of this workshop is to share experiences and progress in cloud storage services. The usage of recently deployed services in the scientific community is rapidly expanding. Users are actively interested in new solutions for their growing data needs: new tools and enhanced data sharing capabilities enable new solutions. At the same time, the technology space is quickly evolving and many research institutes, service providers, software development teams and companies look into different approaches in the area of Cloud Services for Synchronisation and Sharing. In the workshop we will review the state-of-the-art technologies for Cloud Services for Synchronisation and Sharing and evaluate the experience in running such services for technical and scientific communities. We especially invite user communities to report on current and planned usage, novel applications and innovative workflows. We invite technology and service providers to present their services, including the evolution of existing implementations towards Cloud Storage Services.
  • Published: 2016
  • Publisher: Eidgenössische Technische Hochschule (ETH) Zürich
  • Language: English
08:58 Eidgenössische Technische Hochschule (ETH) Zürich English 2016

Open Cloud Mesh initiative II

New cloud storage services allow groups of researchers to share, transfer and synchronize data in simple but powerful ways. Large-scale synchronization and sharing capabilities (typically above the 1-PB mark) are an opportunity for innovative applications in scientific and technical areas, allowing for new forms of collaboration and to achieve results faster and more effectively. This is also a unique opportunity for IT departments to renew service offerings and to boost infrastructure by federating data repositories across collaborating sites and proposing/hosting new applications. The objective of this workshop is to share experiences and progress in cloud storage services. The usage of recently deployed services in the scientific community is rapidly expanding. Users are actively interested in new solutions for their growing data needs: new tools and enhanced data sharing capabilities enable new solutions. At the same time, the technology space is quickly evolving and many research institutes, service providers, software development teams and companies look into different approaches in the area of Cloud Services for Synchronisation and Sharing. In the workshop we will review the state-of-the-art technologies for Cloud Services for Synchronisation and Sharing and evaluate the experience in running such services for technical and scientific communities. We especially invite user communities to report on current and planned usage, novel applications and innovative workflows. We invite technology and service providers to present their services, including the evolution of existing implementations towards Cloud Storage Services.
  • Published: 2016
  • Publisher: Eidgenössische Technische Hochschule (ETH) Zürich
  • Language: English
11:37 Eidgenössische Technische Hochschule (ETH) Zürich English 2016

Polybox - Sync and Share at ETH Zürich

New cloud storage services allow groups of researchers to share, transfer and synchronize data in simple but powerful ways. Large-scale synchronization and sharing capabilities (typically above the 1-PB mark) are an opportunity for innovative applications in scientific and technical areas, allowing for new forms of collaboration and to achieve results faster and more effectively. This is also a unique opportunity for IT departments to renew service offerings and to boost infrastructure by federating data repositories across collaborating sites and proposing/hosting new applications. The objective of this workshop is to share experiences and progress in cloud storage services. The usage of recently deployed services in the scientific community is rapidly expanding. Users are actively interested in new solutions for their growing data needs: new tools and enhanced data sharing capabilities enable new solutions. At the same time, the technology space is quickly evolving and many research institutes, service providers, software development teams and companies look into different approaches in the area of Cloud Services for Synchronisation and Sharing. In the workshop we will review the state-of-the-art technologies for Cloud Services for Synchronisation and Sharing and evaluate the experience in running such services for technical and scientific communities. We especially invite user communities to report on current and planned usage, novel applications and innovative workflows. We invite technology and service providers to present their services, including the evolution of existing implementations towards Cloud Storage Services.
  • Published: 2016
  • Publisher: Eidgenössische Technische Hochschule (ETH) Zürich
  • Language: English
36:40 Eidgenössische Technische Hochschule (ETH) Zürich English 2016

Panel Discussion

New cloud storage services allow groups of researchers to share, transfer and synchronize data in simple but powerful ways. Large-scale synchronization and sharing capabilities (typically above the 1-PB mark) are an opportunity for innovative applications in scientific and technical areas, allowing for new forms of collaboration and to achieve results faster and more effectively. This is also a unique opportunity for IT departments to renew service offerings and to boost infrastructure by federating data repositories across collaborating sites and proposing/hosting new applications. The objective of this workshop is to share experiences and progress in cloud storage services. The usage of recently deployed services in the scientific community is rapidly expanding. Users are actively interested in new solutions for their growing data needs: new tools and enhanced data sharing capabilities enable new solutions. At the same time, the technology space is quickly evolving and many research institutes, service providers, software development teams and companies look into different approaches in the area of Cloud Services for Synchronisation and Sharing. In the workshop we will review the state-of-the-art technologies for Cloud Services for Synchronisation and Sharing and evaluate the experience in running such services for technical and scientific communities. We especially invite user communities to report on current and planned usage, novel applications and innovative workflows. We invite technology and service providers to present their services, including the evolution of existing implementations towards Cloud Storage Services.
  • Published: 2016
  • Publisher: Eidgenössische Technische Hochschule (ETH) Zürich
  • Language: English
16:00 Eidgenössische Technische Hochschule (ETH) Zürich English 2016

2 years of SURFdrive lessons learned and future plans

New cloud storage services allow groups of researchers to share, transfer and synchronize data in simple but powerful ways. Large-scale synchronization and sharing capabilities (typically above the 1-PB mark) are an opportunity for innovative applications in scientific and technical areas, allowing for new forms of collaboration and to achieve results faster and more effectively. This is also a unique opportunity for IT departments to renew service offerings and to boost infrastructure by federating data repositories across collaborating sites and proposing/hosting new applications. The objective of this workshop is to share experiences and progress in cloud storage services. The usage of recently deployed services in the scientific community is rapidly expanding. Users are actively interested in new solutions for their growing data needs: new tools and enhanced data sharing capabilities enable new solutions. At the same time, the technology space is quickly evolving and many research institutes, service providers, software development teams and companies look into different approaches in the area of Cloud Services for Synchronisation and Sharing. In the workshop we will review the state-of-the-art technologies for Cloud Services for Synchronisation and Sharing and evaluate the experience in running such services for technical and scientific communities. We especially invite user communities to report on current and planned usage, novel applications and innovative workflows. We invite technology and service providers to present their services, including the evolution of existing implementations towards Cloud Storage Services.
  • Published: 2016
  • Publisher: Eidgenössische Technische Hochschule (ETH) Zürich
  • Language: English
16:43 Eidgenössische Technische Hochschule (ETH) Zürich English 2016

User friendly access to Grid and Cloud resources for scientific computing

New cloud storage services allow groups of researchers to share, transfer and synchronize data in simple but powerful ways. Large-scale synchronization and sharing capabilities (typically above the 1-PB mark) are an opportunity for innovative applications in scientific and technical areas, allowing for new forms of collaboration and to achieve results faster and more effectively. This is also a unique opportunity for IT departments to renew service offerings and to boost infrastructure by federating data repositories across collaborating sites and proposing/hosting new applications. The objective of this workshop is to share experiences and progress in cloud storage services. The usage of recently deployed services in the scientific community is rapidly expanding. Users are actively interested in new solutions for their growing data needs: new tools and enhanced data sharing capabilities enable new solutions. At the same time, the technology space is quickly evolving and many research institutes, service providers, software development teams and companies look into different approaches in the area of Cloud Services for Synchronisation and Sharing. In the workshop we will review the state-of-the-art technologies for Cloud Services for Synchronisation and Sharing and evaluate the experience in running such services for technical and scientific communities. We especially invite user communities to report on current and planned usage, novel applications and innovative workflows. We invite technology and service providers to present their services, including the evolution of existing implementations towards Cloud Storage Services.
  • Published: 2016
  • Publisher: Eidgenössische Technische Hochschule (ETH) Zürich
  • Language: English
16:46 Eidgenössische Technische Hochschule (ETH) Zürich English 2016

Testing storage and metadata backends with ClawIO

New cloud storage services allow groups of researchers to share, transfer and synchronize data in simple but powerful ways. Large-scale synchronization and sharing capabilities (typically above the 1-PB mark) are an opportunity for innovative applications in scientific and technical areas, allowing for new forms of collaboration and to achieve results faster and more effectively. This is also a unique opportunity for IT departments to renew service offerings and to boost infrastructure by federating data repositories across collaborating sites and proposing/hosting new applications. The objective of this workshop is to share experiences and progress in cloud storage services. The usage of recently deployed services in the scientific community is rapidly expanding. Users are actively interested in new solutions for their growing data needs: new tools and enhanced data sharing capabilities enable new solutions. At the same time, the technology space is quickly evolving and many research institutes, service providers, software development teams and companies look into different approaches in the area of Cloud Services for Synchronisation and Sharing. In the workshop we will review the state-of-the-art technologies for Cloud Services for Synchronisation and Sharing and evaluate the experience in running such services for technical and scientific communities. We especially invite user communities to report on current and planned usage, novel applications and innovative workflows. We invite technology and service providers to present their services, including the evolution of existing implementations towards Cloud Storage Services.
  • Published: 2016
  • Publisher: Eidgenössische Technische Hochschule (ETH) Zürich
  • Language: English
17:42 Eidgenössische Technische Hochschule (ETH) Zürich English 2016

Towards an infrastructure for interactive Earth Observation data analysis and processing

New cloud storage services allow groups of researchers to share, transfer and synchronize data in simple but powerful ways. Large-scale synchronization and sharing capabilities (typically above the 1-PB mark) are an opportunity for innovative applications in scientific and technical areas, allowing for new forms of collaboration and to achieve results faster and more effectively. This is also a unique opportunity for IT departments to renew service offerings and to boost infrastructure by federating data repositories across collaborating sites and proposing/hosting new applications. The objective of this workshop is to share experiences and progress in cloud storage services. The usage of recently deployed services in the scientific community is rapidly expanding. Users are actively interested in new solutions for their growing data needs: new tools and enhanced data sharing capabilities enable new solutions. At the same time, the technology space is quickly evolving and many research institutes, service providers, software development teams and companies look into different approaches in the area of Cloud Services for Synchronisation and Sharing. In the workshop we will review the state-of-the-art technologies for Cloud Services for Synchronisation and Sharing and evaluate the experience in running such services for technical and scientific communities. We especially invite user communities to report on current and planned usage, novel applications and innovative workflows. We invite technology and service providers to present their services, including the evolution of existing implementations towards Cloud Storage Services.
  • Published: 2016
  • Publisher: Eidgenössische Technische Hochschule (ETH) Zürich
  • Language: English
21:42 Eidgenössische Technische Hochschule (ETH) Zürich English 2016

The next steps in federated file sync and share

New cloud storage services allow groups of researchers to share, transfer and synchronize data in simple but powerful ways. Large-scale synchronization and sharing capabilities (typically above the 1-PB mark) are an opportunity for innovative applications in scientific and technical areas, allowing for new forms of collaboration and to achieve results faster and more effectively. This is also a unique opportunity for IT departments to renew service offerings and to boost infrastructure by federating data repositories across collaborating sites and proposing/hosting new applications. The objective of this workshop is to share experiences and progress in cloud storage services. The usage of recently deployed services in the scientific community is rapidly expanding. Users are actively interested in new solutions for their growing data needs: new tools and enhanced data sharing capabilities enable new solutions. At the same time, the technology space is quickly evolving and many research institutes, service providers, software development teams and companies look into different approaches in the area of Cloud Services for Synchronisation and Sharing. In the workshop we will review the state-of-the-art technologies for Cloud Services for Synchronisation and Sharing and evaluate the experience in running such services for technical and scientific communities. We especially invite user communities to report on current and planned usage, novel applications and innovative workflows. We invite technology and service providers to present their services, including the evolution of existing implementations towards Cloud Storage Services.
  • Published: 2016
  • Publisher: Eidgenössische Technische Hochschule (ETH) Zürich
  • Language: English
26:01 Eidgenössische Technische Hochschule (ETH) Zürich English 2016

User Management and Sharing in Sciebo, the Academic Cloud Storage Service in NRW

New cloud storage services allow groups of researchers to share, transfer and synchronize data in simple but powerful ways. Large-scale synchronization and sharing capabilities (typically above the 1-PB mark) are an opportunity for innovative applications in scientific and technical areas, allowing for new forms of collaboration and to achieve results faster and more effectively. This is also a unique opportunity for IT departments to renew service offerings and to boost infrastructure by federating data repositories across collaborating sites and proposing/hosting new applications. The objective of this workshop is to share experiences and progress in cloud storage services. The usage of recently deployed services in the scientific community is rapidly expanding. Users are actively interested in new solutions for their growing data needs: new tools and enhanced data sharing capabilities enable new solutions. At the same time, the technology space is quickly evolving and many research institutes, service providers, software development teams and companies look into different approaches in the area of Cloud Services for Synchronisation and Sharing. In the workshop we will review the state-of-the-art technologies for Cloud Services for Synchronisation and Sharing and evaluate the experience in running such services for technical and scientific communities. We especially invite user communities to report on current and planned usage, novel applications and innovative workflows. We invite technology and service providers to present their services, including the evolution of existing implementations towards Cloud Storage Services.
  • Published: 2016
  • Publisher: Eidgenössische Technische Hochschule (ETH) Zürich
  • Language: English
15:29 Eidgenössische Technische Hochschule (ETH) Zürich English 2016

UnipiBox: owncloud @ University of Pisa

New cloud storage services allow groups of researchers to share, transfer and synchronize data in simple but powerful ways. Large-scale synchronization and sharing capabilities (typically above the 1-PB mark) are an opportunity for innovative applications in scientific and technical areas, allowing for new forms of collaboration and to achieve results faster and more effectively. This is also a unique opportunity for IT departments to renew service offerings and to boost infrastructure by federating data repositories across collaborating sites and proposing/hosting new applications. The objective of this workshop is to share experiences and progress in cloud storage services. The usage of recently deployed services in the scientific community is rapidly expanding. Users are actively interested in new solutions for their growing data needs: new tools and enhanced data sharing capabilities enable new solutions. At the same time, the technology space is quickly evolving and many research institutes, service providers, software development teams and companies look into different approaches in the area of Cloud Services for Synchronisation and Sharing. In the workshop we will review the state-of-the-art technologies for Cloud Services for Synchronisation and Sharing and evaluate the experience in running such services for technical and scientific communities. We especially invite user communities to report on current and planned usage, novel applications and innovative workflows. We invite technology and service providers to present their services, including the evolution of existing implementations towards Cloud Storage Services.
  • Published: 2016
  • Publisher: Eidgenössische Technische Hochschule (ETH) Zürich
  • Language: English
16:40 Eidgenössische Technische Hochschule (ETH) Zürich English 2016

Zenodo: Share, Publish and Preserve Multidisciplinary Research Results

New cloud storage services allow groups of researchers to share, transfer and synchronize data in simple but powerful ways. Large-scale synchronization and sharing capabilities (typically above the 1-PB mark) are an opportunity for innovative applications in scientific and technical areas, allowing for new forms of collaboration and to achieve results faster and more effectively. This is also a unique opportunity for IT departments to renew service offerings and to boost infrastructure by federating data repositories across collaborating sites and proposing/hosting new applications. The objective of this workshop is to share experiences and progress in cloud storage services. The usage of recently deployed services in the scientific community is rapidly expanding. Users are actively interested in new solutions for their growing data needs: new tools and enhanced data sharing capabilities enable new solutions. At the same time, the technology space is quickly evolving and many research institutes, service providers, software development teams and companies look into different approaches in the area of Cloud Services for Synchronisation and Sharing. In the workshop we will review the state-of-the-art technologies for Cloud Services for Synchronisation and Sharing and evaluate the experience in running such services for technical and scientific communities. We especially invite user communities to report on current and planned usage, novel applications and innovative workflows. We invite technology and service providers to present their services, including the evolution of existing implementations towards Cloud Storage Services.
  • Published: 2016
  • Publisher: Eidgenössische Technische Hochschule (ETH) Zürich
  • Language: English
24:00 Eidgenössische Technische Hochschule (ETH) Zürich English 2016

Syncany: Secure open-source file sync

New cloud storage services allow groups of researchers to share, transfer and synchronize data in simple but powerful ways. Large-scale synchronization and sharing capabilities (typically above the 1-PB mark) are an opportunity for innovative applications in scientific and technical areas, allowing for new forms of collaboration and to achieve results faster and more effectively. This is also a unique opportunity for IT departments to renew service offerings and to boost infrastructure by federating data repositories across collaborating sites and proposing/hosting new applications. The objective of this workshop is to share experiences and progress in cloud storage services. The usage of recently deployed services in the scientific community is rapidly expanding. Users are actively interested in new solutions for their growing data needs: new tools and enhanced data sharing capabilities enable new solutions. At the same time, the technology space is quickly evolving and many research institutes, service providers, software development teams and companies look into different approaches in the area of Cloud Services for Synchronisation and Sharing. In the workshop we will review the state-of-the-art technologies for Cloud Services for Synchronisation and Sharing and evaluate the experience in running such services for technical and scientific communities. We especially invite user communities to report on current and planned usage, novel applications and innovative workflows. We invite technology and service providers to present their services, including the evolution of existing implementations towards Cloud Storage Services.
  • Published: 2016
  • Publisher: Eidgenössische Technische Hochschule (ETH) Zürich
  • Language: English
12:21 Eidgenössische Technische Hochschule (ETH) Zürich English 2016

Welcome to the 2nd CS3 Workshop

New cloud storage services allow groups of researchers to share, transfer and synchronize data in simple but powerful ways. Large-scale synchronization and sharing capabilities (typically above the 1-PB mark) are an opportunity for innovative applications in scientific and technical areas, allowing for new forms of collaboration and to achieve results faster and more effectively. This is also a unique opportunity for IT departments to renew service offerings and to boost infrastructure by federating data repositories across collaborating sites and proposing/hosting new applications. The objective of this workshop is to share experiences and progress in cloud storage services. The usage of recently deployed services in the scientific community is rapidly expanding. Users are actively interested in new solutions for their growing data needs: new tools and enhanced data sharing capabilities enable new solutions. At the same time, the technology space is quickly evolving and many research institutes, service providers, software development teams and companies look into different approaches in the area of Cloud Services for Synchronisation and Sharing. In the workshop we will review the state-of-the-art technologies for Cloud Services for Synchronisation and Sharing and evaluate the experience in running such services for technical and scientific communities. We especially invite user communities to report on current and planned usage, novel applications and innovative workflows. We invite technology and service providers to present their services, including the evolution of existing implementations towards Cloud Storage Services.
  • Published: 2016
  • Publisher: Eidgenössische Technische Hochschule (ETH) Zürich
  • Language: English
15:34 Eidgenössische Technische Hochschule (ETH) Zürich English 2016

Sync & Share -­ Ripe for standardisation?

New cloud storage services allow groups of researchers to share, transfer and synchronize data in simple but powerful ways. Large-scale synchronization and sharing capabilities (typically above the 1-PB mark) are an opportunity for innovative applications in scientific and technical areas, allowing for new forms of collaboration and to achieve results faster and more effectively. This is also a unique opportunity for IT departments to renew service offerings and to boost infrastructure by federating data repositories across collaborating sites and proposing/hosting new applications. The objective of this workshop is to share experiences and progress in cloud storage services. The usage of recently deployed services in the scientific community is rapidly expanding. Users are actively interested in new solutions for their growing data needs: new tools and enhanced data sharing capabilities enable new solutions. At the same time, the technology space is quickly evolving and many research institutes, service providers, software development teams and companies look into different approaches in the area of Cloud Services for Synchronisation and Sharing. In the workshop we will review the state-of-the-art technologies for Cloud Services for Synchronisation and Sharing and evaluate the experience in running such services for technical and scientific communities. We especially invite user communities to report on current and planned usage, novel applications and innovative workflows. We invite technology and service providers to present their services, including the evolution of existing implementations towards Cloud Storage Services.
  • Published: 2016
  • Publisher: Eidgenössische Technische Hochschule (ETH) Zürich
  • Language: English
12:25 Eidgenössische Technische Hochschule (ETH) Zürich English 2016

Ad hoc Federated Storage with OpenStack Swift

New cloud storage services allow groups of researchers to share, transfer and synchronize data in simple but powerful ways. Large-scale synchronization and sharing capabilities (typically above the 1-PB mark) are an opportunity for innovative applications in scientific and technical areas, allowing for new forms of collaboration and to achieve results faster and more effectively. This is also a unique opportunity for IT departments to renew service offerings and to boost infrastructure by federating data repositories across collaborating sites and proposing/hosting new applications. The objective of this workshop is to share experiences and progress in cloud storage services. The usage of recently deployed services in the scientific community is rapidly expanding. Users are actively interested in new solutions for their growing data needs: new tools and enhanced data sharing capabilities enable new solutions. At the same time, the technology space is quickly evolving and many research institutes, service providers, software development teams and companies look into different approaches in the area of Cloud Services for Synchronisation and Sharing. In the workshop we will review the state-of-the-art technologies for Cloud Services for Synchronisation and Sharing and evaluate the experience in running such services for technical and scientific communities. We especially invite user communities to report on current and planned usage, novel applications and innovative workflows. We invite technology and service providers to present their services, including the evolution of existing implementations towards Cloud Storage Services.
  • Published: 2016
  • Publisher: Eidgenössische Technische Hochschule (ETH) Zürich
  • Language: English
22:33 Eidgenössische Technische Hochschule (ETH) Zürich English 2016

A study of delta­sync and other optimisation in HTTP/Webdav synchronisation protocols

New cloud storage services allow groups of researchers to share, transfer and synchronize data in simple but powerful ways. Large-scale synchronization and sharing capabilities (typically above the 1-PB mark) are an opportunity for innovative applications in scientific and technical areas, allowing for new forms of collaboration and to achieve results faster and more effectively. This is also a unique opportunity for IT departments to renew service offerings and to boost infrastructure by federating data repositories across collaborating sites and proposing/hosting new applications. The objective of this workshop is to share experiences and progress in cloud storage services. The usage of recently deployed services in the scientific community is rapidly expanding. Users are actively interested in new solutions for their growing data needs: new tools and enhanced data sharing capabilities enable new solutions. At the same time, the technology space is quickly evolving and many research institutes, service providers, software development teams and companies look into different approaches in the area of Cloud Services for Synchronisation and Sharing. In the workshop we will review the state-of-the-art technologies for Cloud Services for Synchronisation and Sharing and evaluate the experience in running such services for technical and scientific communities. We especially invite user communities to report on current and planned usage, novel applications and innovative workflows. We invite technology and service providers to present their services, including the evolution of existing implementations towards Cloud Storage Services.
  • Published: 2016
  • Publisher: Eidgenössische Technische Hochschule (ETH) Zürich
  • Language: English
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