Deliverables

D 4.3 Service Operation Report - Full

Service development is an integral part of the EarthServer-2 project, as services implement the Rasdaman technology for a specific scientific community, give feedback to advance the software, gather user and domain-specific requirements of web services in general and do outreach to promote project outcomes. A total of four main services are being developed during the EarthServer-2 project. The services span multiple scientific domains.

D 4.4 Data Management Plan – Update 2

Data management is a major focus of the EarthServer-2 project, which addresses problems such as searching, filtering and analyzing huge (100TB+) datasets that, due to their size, cannot be processed on the client side. The tools and standards developed during EarthServer-2 will improve the accessibility and reuse of these datasets.

D 4.5 Service Operation Report - Consolidated

This report outlines the final state of the services developed during the final period of the EarthServer-2 project as well as highlighting the overall achievements during the full period of the project.  The service aim was to increase the data holdings available to users to in excess of 1 Petabyte. This has been achieved with the total data available, not including MARS archive, well in excess of 1.5 Petabytes. If we include the size of the data provided by the Climate Science Data Service the total is in excess of 2 Petabytes.  

D 4.6 Data Management Plan – Final

Data management is a major focus of the EarthServer-2 project, which addresses problems such as searching, filtering and analysing huge (100TB+) datasets that, due to their size, cannot be processed on the client side. The tools and standards developed during EarthServer-2 will improve the accessibility and reuse of these datasets.

D 5.1 Standardization Report - Pilot

EarthServer-2 WorkPackage 5 addresses standardization. First, this means rigorously adopting standards as the sole client/server interfaces for the Web service oriented architecture chosen. However, it does not stop here, but – by tradition established in EarthServer-1 – actively shapes Big Data standards. Workpackage 5 partners, Jacobs University and Rasdaman Gmbh, are active in several bodies standardizing service interfaces on “datacubes”, i.e.: multi-dimensional arrays.

D 5.2 Standardization Report - Full

EarthServer-2 WP5 addresses “datacube” standardization in relevant bodies and, additionally, outreach work in the Research Data Alliance (RDA). 

In this report, we summarize progress made in the reporting period from M2 (August 2016) through M3 (June 2017). During this period spanning about one year Earth-Server-2 standardization work has led continued producing significant and inter¬nat-ion¬ally visible results in OGC, ISO, and INSPIRE. Also in RDA substantial and visible results have been accomplished. 

D 5.3 Standardization Report - Consolidated

EarthServer-2 WP5 addresses “datacube” standardization in relevant bodies and, additionally, outreach work in the Research Data Alliance (RDA). 

In this report, we summarize progress made in the reporting period, month 19 (following mid-term review) through 36 (end of the project). During this one and a half year period Earth¬Server-2 standardization work has led continued producing significant and inter¬nat¬ion¬ally visible results in OGC, ISO, and INSPIRE. Also in RDA substantial and visible results have been accomplished. 

D 6.1 Networking Report - Pilot

Different expertise of the EarthServer-2 project partners gives the ability to reach out to a variety of different communities, including climate science, marine science, plane-tary science, Earth Observation and spatial databases.

Dissemination channels used span the entire width from more traditional scientific channels, such as scientific and technical conferences and publication, to more modern channels, including new media channels and interactive events, e.g. hackathons.

D 6.2 Networking Report - Pilot

Between August 2016 and June 2017, individual project partners and the EarthServer-2 consortium as a whole were involved in multiple outreach activities to reach domain-specific audiences, policymakers, industry experts and the general public. Dissemination of EarthServer-2 project activities as well as the exploitation of project results play an integral part to increase the project’s impact and to disseminate project outcomes.

D 6.3 Networking Report – Consolidated

Between July 2017 and April 2018, individual project partners and the EarthServer-2 consortium jointly were involved in multiple outreach activities to reach domain-specific audiences, policymakers, industry experts and the general public. The range of expertise to the EarthServer-2 project partners gives this enterprise a special ability to reach a variety of different communities, including climate science, marine science, planetary science, Earth observation and ‘big data’ geospatial databases.

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