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OpenBioMaps data management service for biological sciences and biodiversity conservation

Science Area: Biology

Goals:

The OpenBioMaps (OBM) is a free and open-source database framework for scientific and conservation purposes used for data management by nature conservation institutes, biodiversity research and citizen science projects.

The goal of this early adopter is to deploy a service in EOSC that allows multiple users to run tasks for projects that collect nature conservation and biodiversity data.

Specific steps:

-          Integration with the EGI Cloud Compute service, deploy and configure OBM node in test environment.

-          Deploy the application automatically using INDIGO IM.

-          Deploy OBM node to production environment and assess EGI DataHub, B2DROP and B2FIND

-          Test the performance of the use case

EOSC-hub supporting services:

EGI Cloud Compute, EGI Online Storage, INDIGO IM, EGI DataHub, EUDAT B2DROP

Supported research community:

UNIDEB (University of Debrecen)

Partners:

IFCA, UPV, CYFRONET


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.