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Training on data services: EUDAT with support of CHAIN-REDS, 2 April 2014, Athens

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Where: 
Megaron Athens International Conference Center, Athens, Greece
When: 
Wednesday, 2 April, 2014

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PARTICIPATION IS FREE OF CHARGE BUT SUBJECT TO PRIOR REGISTRATION.

Draft Agenda


09:00    Registration


09:30    Welcome


09:40    Fundamentals of Data Infrastructures
This talk will give an introduction to some of the important aspects of data infrastructures and data services and explain their benefits. It will give very brief introductions topics such as data re-use, identifiers, metadata, "big data", data staging, replication, data management, data access rights and mechanisms, and open data.


10:10    An overview of EUDAT's services
This talk gives a very brief introduction to EUDAT, and explains what services EUDAT currently provides, and how this fits into EUDAT's plans. It describes how the services relate to the topics above, and describes briefly how the services relate to one another.


10:35    B2FIND
- An introduction to B2FIND - EUDAT's Metadata Service
- Why you might want to use it
- What it does do
- How do you use it?


10:50    B2SHARE
- An introduction to B2SHARE - EUDAT's service for storing and  sharing research data
- Why you might want to use it
- What it does do
- How do you use it?


11:05    Coffee Break


11:25    B2STAGE
- An introduction to B2STAGE - EUDAT's Data Staging Service
- Why you might want to use it
- What it does do
- How do you use it?


11:40    B2SAFE
- An introduction to B2SAFE - EUDAT's Replication Service
- Why you might want to use it
- What it does do
- How do you use it?


12:00    Persistent Identifiers (PIDs)

- Why are they important?
- PIDs will be presented in the context of the Greek PID service operated by GRNET and made available to all world regions via the CHAIN-REDS project.


12:20    Wrap-up


12:30    Close