Commit fea24bb5 authored by Uwe Jandt (DESY, HIFIS)'s avatar Uwe Jandt (DESY, HIFIS) Committed by Uwe Jandt (DESY, HIFIS)
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"name": "OpenStack (HDF Cloud)",
"description": "The Service allows provisioning of user-controlled VMs with Linux Operating systems.\n<h3>User Enablement:</h3>\n<b>How to get access:</b> SC HPC system users connect to HDF cloud service via JSC's JuDoor. Users are assigned to Projects in HDF cloud by email request to support team at <a href=\"mailto:ds-support@fz-juelich.de\">ds-support@fz-juelich.de</a>. This request shall contain brief information about the purpose, methods and resource demand of your project.\n<br><br>\nMore detailed instructions for gaining access to this OpenStack cloud instance are <a href=\"https://www.hifis.net/doc/service-integration/pilot-services/prototype-openstack/\">provided here</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>Basic: the data services support team is available during normal business hours: Monday through Friday 8:00 am &ndash; 5:00 pm CET with the exception of German national and regional (NRW) holidays. Help desk also unavailable between Christmas and January 1st.</li><li>HDF Cloud resources are available to users of the JSC HPC systems as well as users within the Helmholtz Data Federation (HDF).</li></ul><li>Backup: No. Users are responsible for their own backups. They could use the central backup service at FZJ. Users can request access to JSC DATA file systems (see service Storage HDF) which offers a snapshot backup feature.</li><li>Limitations: Up to 10% of the system is available to HIFIS users</li><li>Service data handled and stored in center</li></li></ul>",
"description": "The Service allows provisioning of user-controlled VMs with Linux Operating systems.\n<h3>User Enablement:</h3>\n<b>How to get access:</b> SC HPC system users connect to HDF cloud service via JSC's JuDoor. Users are assigned to Projects in HDF cloud by email request to support team at <a href=\"mailto:ds-support@fz-juelich.de\">ds-support@fz-juelich.de</a>. This request shall contain brief information about the purpose, methods and resource demand of your project.\n<br><br>\nMore detailed instructions for gaining access to this OpenStack cloud instance are <a href=\"https://www.hifis.net/doc/service-integration/pilot-services/prototype-openstack/\">provided here</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>Basic: the data services support team is available during normal business hours: Monday through Friday 8:00 am &ndash; 5:00 pm CET with the exception of German national and regional (NRW) holidays. Help desk also unavailable between Christmas and January 1st.</li><li>HDF Cloud resources are available to users of the JSC HPC systems as well as users within the Helmholtz Data Federation (HDF).</li></ul><li>Backup: No. Users are responsible for their own backups. They could use the central backup service at FZJ. Users can request access to JSC DATA file systems (see service Storage HDF) which offers a snapshot backup feature.</li><li>Limitations: Up to 10% of the system is available to HIFIS users</li><li>Service data handled and stored in center</li></ul>",
"summary": "The Service allows provisioning of user-controlled VMs with Linux OS",
"entryPoint": "https://hdf-cloud.fz-juelich.de:5000/v3/auth/OS-FEDERATION/identity_providers/hdf/protocols/openid/websso?origin=https://hdf-cloud.fz-juelich.de/auth/websso/",
"version": "1.0.1",
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