An architecture to shape an integrated, extensible, flexible framework for supporting DARE applications, balancing immediate priorities with long-term considerations. This will lead to a clarification of the currently available components and technologies, together with a plan for developing these further over the next twelve months.
Integrated Software Stack & Semantic Registry I
The report accompanies the software deliverable for the Integrated Software Stack delivered by DARE.It provides a short description on the rationale and state of the integration and indicates links with work on other technical and architectural packages. It also provides links to relevant code and documentation.
This deliverable reports on the computational resources mobilized to provide the necessary development and production infrastructure in the scope of the DARE project. Furthermore, it presents WP5s approach to ensure a successful deployment of the DARE platform and provide preliminary usage statistics.
This deliverable reports on the set of guidelines and best practices for managing and maintaining a DARE platform deployment on the cloud. The DARE components’ development and deployment lifecycle have to follow certain processes in order for them to be successfully and smoothly integrated within the DARE platform. The second release of D5.3 after the third project year will elaborate on the final guidelines followed to ensure successful operation of the deployed DARE platform
This deliverable will report on the identification, assessment and prioritisation of requirements based on specific Test Cases for different seismological scenarios. It will take into account the needs in view of the current and envisioned European RIs. These requirements will be adjusted in later phases by taking into account the related DARE Tools and Services.
This deliverable will report on the identification, assessment and prioritisation requirements based on specific Test Cases and the targeted users. It will take into account the needs based on the current and envisioned RIs and e-infra European Landscape offering. Those requirements will be adjusted in later phases by taking into account the related DARE Tools and Service.
This deliverable showcases the online presence of the DARE project. This includes the project’s website as well as the social media channels chosen to be maintained throughout the duration of the project.
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