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Thursday, October 22 • 4:00pm - 4:50pm
Learning Lab Room 5: Exploring the novel capabilities of the Tapis v3 platform

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Join this Learning Lab in Room 5, accessible from Thursday's QiqoChat Event Space. Scroll down the sidebar, just past the Sponsor booths, to find the Learning Lab sessions.

Host: Anagha Jamthe

Description: Tapis is an NSF-funded web-based API framework for securely managing computational workloads across infrastructures and institutions, so that experts can focus on their research instead of the technology needed to accomplish it. As part of work funded by the National Science Foundation since 2019, Tapis is delivering a version 3 of its platform with several new capabilities, including a multi-site Security Kernel, Streaming Data APIs, and first-class support for containerized applications. With Tapis v3 you can:
* Store and retrieve streaming/sensor data for real-time and batch job processing, with support for temporal and spatial indexes and queries.
* Securely execute workflows that span geographically distributed providers.
* Leverage containerized codes to enable portability, and reduce the overall time-to-solution by utilizing data locality and other smart scheduling techniques.
* Improve repeatability and reproducibility of computations with history and provenance tracking built into the API.
* Manage access to data and results through a fine-grained permissions model, so that digital assets can be securely shared with colleagues or the community at large.
With this learning lab, we aim to reach out to the gateways community members and discuss how users are currently adopting Tapis for variety of scientific use cases and discuss ways in which they can contribute to Tapis.  

Thursday October 22, 2020 4:00pm - 4:50pm EDT
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