<span class="var-sub_title">SciGaP: Apache Airavata Hosted Science Gateways</span> SC18 Proceedings

The International Conference for High Performance Computing, Networking, Storage, and Analysis

SciGaP: Apache Airavata Hosted Science Gateways

Authors: Marlon Pierce (Indiana University), Suresh Marru (Indiana University), Eroma Abeysinghe (Indiana University), Sudhakar Pamidighantam (Indiana University), Marcus Christie (Indiana University), Dimuthu Upeksha (Indiana University)

Abstract: The goal of the Science Gateways Platform as a service (SciGaP.org) project is to provide core services for building and hosting science gateways. Over the last two years, SciGaP services have been used to build and host over twenty-five science gateways. SciGaP services support these gateways through a single hosted version of the Apache Airavata software system that supports multiple tenants. Apache Airavata services include scientific application execution management on HPC and cloud environments, input and output data staging, and provenance tracking for user-created computational experiments.

The poster presents highlights of some selected SciGaP-hosted gateways. Clients interested in SciGaP services can request a tenant through https://scigap.org/. Clients who need extensive support for building user interfaces and integrating unconventional resources can request support through the Science Gateways Community Institute’s Extended Developer Support program. To integrate with XSEDE resources, clients can request support through XSEDE’s Extended Collaborative Support Services.

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