Platform and Interfaces

Platform and Interfaces

Main topic: REPORTS ON Models Tools
Document / search engine: Platform and Interfaces
Framework project: Data-driven bioeconomy
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Website link: https://www.databio.eu/wp-content/uploads/2017/05/DataBio_D4.1-Platform-and-Interfaces_v1.0_2018-05-31_VTT.pdf
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The public deliverable D4.1 Platforms and interfaces describe the software components to be utilized by the DataBio pilots. Most of the components are already in use in the first pilot trials. In addition, this deliverable reports the outcome of a matchmaking process, in which the pilots selected which components to deploy in their pilots and the development platform that the pilots can use to test their Big Data solutions.
The objective of WP4 “DataBio Platform with Pilot Support” is to configure and adapt Big Data technologies for agriculture, forestry, and fishery. The work package will, together with WP5 “Earth Observation and Geospatial Data and Services”, establish an architecture and aplatform that enable bioeconomy applications. In doing so, WP4 supports the DataBio pilots in their needs for Big Data technologies. It will use and bundle together mainly software components and datasets provided by the DataBio partners. The components are divided into those for intended visualisation (Task 4.2), analytics (Task 4.3), real-time analytics and stream processing (Task 4.4), Big Data variety management (Task 4.5) and Big Data acquisition, Curation, and Security (Task 4.6). The definition of architecture and platform support are part of Task 4.1. This division is well aligned with the Reference Model developed by the Big Data Value Association (BDVA). This deliverable and its appendices from WP4 contains the descriptions for all the 91 software components available to be utilized by the pilots. Together with deliverable D5.1 [REF-01], it contains detailed software and interface descriptions of more than 70 components. The list of described components is not final since detailed descriptions of more components will be added when the new components are applied for the second round of trials. Most of the components are already being used in the first pilot trials. Almost all of the partners providing components have at least one component been used in the pilot trials. Free form text descriptions of all the components provided by DataBio partners can be found in Appendix A of the deliverable. When new components are utilized in the pilots, new detailed software descriptions will be produced in the project’s collaborative design tool. Even though this deliverable is mostly written by the WP 4 partners, Appendix A also contains short descriptions of those components whose detailed software descriptions are published in WP 5 deliverables D5.1. In addition, the components, pipelines, and pilots are described online in the DataBio Hub (https://www.databiohub.eu/) which makes it easy for the developer to navigate among the DataBio entities.
An important part of the project work during the first project year was a matchmaking process, in which the pilots selected components that could be used in their pilots. The outcome of this process is presented for each pilot.


Countries/regions described/represented: Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonian, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary
Year: 2018