Open Earth Monitor — Global Workshop 2023

DestinE Core Service Platform
2023-10-05, 09:00–09:30, EURAC Auditorium

DestinE Core Service Platform integrates and operates an open ecosystem of services (also referred to as DESP Framework) to support DestinE-data exploitation and information sharing for the benefit of DestinE users and Third-Party entities.
DESP includes key essential services such as user management service; infrastructure as a service with storage, network, and CPU/GPU capabilities; data access and retrieval service, in particular from the DestinE Data Lake operated by EUMETSAT, as it is the backbone for the data generated by the ECMWF’s Digital Twin Engine; data traceability and harmonization services; basic software suite service for local data exploitation; data and software catalogue services; and 2D/3D data visualization service.
DESP additionally provides onboarding support for integrating external services and resources, making the ecosystem flexible, scalable, and easily adapted to the community needs. DestinE ecosystem aims to support the needs of a large and diverse community of users including general citizens, scientists and academics, commercial entities, or policy makers. DESP Framework defines the required conditions for a service to be part of the ecosystem, and therefore benefit of the available resources, and of the potential to engage with all DestinE users.

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Earth observation data engineer at ESA/ESRIN, responsible of DestinE's platform implementation.