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12 Mar 2020

The ARGO Service Monitoring has a pilot integration with the EOSC Portal

We are happy to announce that the ARGO Service Monitoring Service has now a pilot integration with the EOSC Portal.

ARGO is a service developed by GRNET, SRCE and CNRS (EGI providers) that measures the availability and reliability of IT services and can quickly detect issues and notify the service providers accordingly.

Thanks to this integration, it is now possible to check the validity of the services onboarded in the portal and identify "dead" services. Through a public dashboard -  portal operators, customers and providers can now check the health status of a service and get information about its stability (availability and reliability) in a given period of time. 

Kostas Koumantaros, Software Engineer from GRNET and member of the team says: "We are proud to have completed this pilot integration and work to have a tighter integration of the EOSC Portal with monitoring is progressing and through the dashboard we are confident we will be offering more information on health status of EOSC Portal services soon".

The Argo Team continues to work on new features such as the one-stop-shop and customer-defined thresholds that would give ARGO even more capabilities in the near future.  

The platform that presents the availability and reliability of the services published in the EOSC Portal is available online.


The EOSC portal has been jointly developed and maintained by the eInfraCentral, EOSC-hub, EOSCpilot and OpenAIRE-Advance projects funded by the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme with contribution of the European Commission.