IG Data Fabric - 13th RDA Plenary meeting

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11 January 2019 251 reads

Meeting title: Data Fabric Interest Group Session (Remote Access Instructions)
 

Meeting Location: Commonwealth B
 

Collaborative session notes: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1iXDfp4d49pslPKjtQV6UzJqBi7f069NkTGq_ZQYAu2g/edit
 

Short introduction describing the scope of the group and if any previous activities:

The data fabric interest group is concerned with ongoing initiatives and discussions around reusable and adaptive components for data infrastructures, including conceptual frameworks for digital objects, metadata and PID management. The aims are to provide more effective and efficient solutions for the day-to-day problems of data management, providing added value for users not possible today due to gaps between repositories and other operational systems.
 

Additional links to informative material related to the group:

Group home page: https://www.rd-alliance.org/group/data-fabric-ig.html
Recommendations implementing a virtual layer: https://www.rd-alliance.org/group/data-fabric-ig/wiki/recommendations-im...
Webinar: Data Fabrics https://www.rd-alliance.org/webinar-data-fabrics
 

Meeting objectives:

The Data Fabric P13 session will provide an overview of the state of the art of the group’s area of interest via updates on ongoing activities, followed by an open forum for further exchange, particularly with other emerging initiatives from the wider RDA and outside community.

Meeting agenda:

  1. Data Fabric Introduction (Tobias Weigel) (5 min.)
  2. Implementing a Flexible Infrastructure for a Digital Object Based Data Management (Dimitris Koureas) (15 min.)
  3. Introduction and motivational background behind DOA and Call to Action (George Strawn) - (15 min.)
  4. Update on ongoing activities
    1. eRPID project (Robert Quick) (10+5 min.)
    2. Co-located DO workshop announcement, Friday April 5 (Larry Lannom) (5 min.)
  5. Discussion - remaining time

Target audience:

The data fabric group welcomes contributions in particular from service infrastructure designers and developers, data policy stakeholders, scientific user groups as well as other RDA groups, both technologically- and community-oriented.

Group chair serving as contact person: Tobias Weigel

Type of meeting: Informative meeting