The infrastructures CESSDA, CLARIN and DARIAH under the umbrella of the EURISE Network, the European Research Infrastructure Software Engineers’ Network, invite you to participate in their joint workshop on Digital Infrastructure Sustainability, an initiative funded by the DESIR project. The workshop will take place in Utrecht, NL, on March 12 (from 15:30) and March 13 (until 15:00), 2019. Some of the topics we would like to discuss are: Developer Guidelines and Best practices; Software Quality Measures and Assessment; Infrastructure Service Management; Infrastructure Security; Business Models and Sustainability; What role do Research Infrastructures play in Research Software Engineering and more.
About the EURISE Network:
The infrastructures CESSDA, CLARIN and DARIAH develop and provide services by and for the research community of the Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences. While their individual foci address different scholarly needs of the various disciplines, the underlying technological challenges of distributed digital infrastructures are very similar. The EURISE Network was established to facilitate the collaboration in this area and to align technological strategies among the infrastructures and with the wider Research and Software Engineering Community and their intersection in particular.
About the event:
Following their common workshop on “Software Sustainability: Quality and Re-Use” in 2017 they created the European Research Infrastructure Software Engineers’ Network. Moving on from concrete issues of software development, this second workshop will address a variety of questions relating to infrastructure operation. This includes both technical and administrative matters that need to be addressed to provide high-quality services for the European Open Science Cloud. The topics range from technical requirements to meeting the EOSC standards through administrative aspects of service management up to suitable business models.
Find more information and register for the workshop here.