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Monday, July 10 • 9:00am - 12:30pm
Developing Science Gateways for Campuses using Apache Airavata

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Science gateways, or Web portals, are an important mechanism for broadening and simplifying access to computational grids, clouds, and campus resources. Gateways provide science-specific user interfaces for scientific applications to end users who are unfamiliar with or need more capabilities than provided by command-line interfaces. Gateways are thus force multipliers for computing center user support staff because they provide users with self-service, safe ways to access scientific applications and data. In this tutorial, we present the Apache Airavata middleware for creating science gateways. Our goal is to show participants how to build and run science gateways that securely access campus computing resources, integrate with campus identity management systems, and comply with local usage policies. We further show how Apache Airavata can provide fine-grained access control for resources, forming the basis for statewide and regional university consortia to form regional cyberinfrastructure. This tutorial will build on XSEDE14, XSEDE15, and XSEDE16 tutorials. Extensive tutorial material is available from https://s.apache.org/scigap-xsede14, https://s.apache.org/scigap-xsede15, and https://s.apache.org/xsede16-airavata-tutorial. Prerequisites: Java will be required for part of the tutorial. Sample input files and other information can be found at https://s.apache.org/pearc17

Monday July 10, 2017 9:00am - 12:30pm CDT
Strand 10B