Commit 82ccce0f authored by Uwe Jandt (DESY, HIFIS)'s avatar Uwe Jandt (DESY, HIFIS)
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added basic SLC for FZJ Jupyter

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{
"_id": "svc-01eb1189-8671-15c6-a8cc-fd97e6e27e08",
"name": "JupyterHub",
"description": "Allows users to start JupyterLab on HPC Systems or on resources of the HDF-Cloud. These JupyterLabs profit from predefined installations and JupyterLab-Extensions.\n<br><br>\nJupyter-JSC is a customized JupyterHub instance, with a few webservice running in the backend. An overview of all extensions / webservices is listed here: <a href=\"https://github.com/FZJ-JSC\">https://github.com/FZJ-JSC</a> (all repositories starting with \"jupyter-jsc-\" )\n\n<h3>User Enablement:</h3>\n<b>How to get access:</b> The service is open for Helmholtz users. User has to log in using his IdP credentials. He/she has to accept the terms of service. Afterwards he/she has to confirm the email address by clicking on a link, which was sent by mail.\n<br>\nTo use the HPC resources, HPC access is required additionally. Account creation for HPC systems is managed by JuDoor (<a href=\"https://judoor.fz-juelich.de\">https://judoor.fz-juelich.de</a>)\n<br><br>\nContact for user support: <a href=\"mailto:ds-support@fz-juelich.de\">ds-support@fz-juelich.de</a>",
"description": "Allows users to start JupyterLab on HPC Systems or on resources of the HDF-Cloud. These JupyterLabs profit from predefined installations and JupyterLab-Extensions.\n<br><br>\nJupyter-JSC is a customized JupyterHub instance, with a few webservice running in the backend. An overview of all extensions / webservices is listed here: <a href=\"https://github.com/FZJ-JSC\">https://github.com/FZJ-JSC</a> (all repositories starting with \"jupyter-jsc-\" )\n\n<h3>User Enablement:</h3>\n<b>How to get access:</b> The service is open for Helmholtz users. User has to log in using his IdP credentials. He/she has to accept the terms of service. Afterwards he/she has to confirm the email address by clicking on a link, which was sent by mail.\n<br>\nTo use the HPC resources, HPC access is required additionally. Account creation for HPC systems is managed by JuDoor (<a href=\"https://judoor.fz-juelich.de\">https://judoor.fz-juelich.de</a>)\n<br><br>\nContact for user support: <a href=\"mailto:ds-support@fz-juelich.de\">ds-support@fz-juelich.de</a><h3>Service Level Commitment (SLC):</h3><ul><li>Service Level: </li><ul><li>HDF Cloud resources only: Users without HPC accounts are allowed to use HDF-resources, if their IdP is part of the helmholtz group.</li><li>If the user’s IdP is not within Helmholtz but the user has at least one HPC account, he/she is allowed to use the HDF resources, too.</li></ul><li>Backup: Daily backup for user data on the HDF-Cloud resources.</li><li>Limitations: HDF-resources: max. 5 JupyterLabs / user. 4 GB RAM / JupyterLab. 25 GB storage / user. (May change in the future. It's just defined by a configuration file).</li><li>All JupyterLabs will be terminated after 30 days</li><li>Service data handled and stored in center</li></ul>",
"summary": "Interactive supercomputing in a browser.",
"entryPoint": "https://jupyter-jsc.fz-juelich.de/hub/oauth_login?extra_param_uy_select_authn=jupyterhdfaaiAuthn.hbp",
"version": "1.0.1",
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