These use cases describe how scientific projects make use of resources from more than one public research computing community, and how a given community can support such projects. A public research computing community is an organized set of resources and processes that work together coherently to serve the needs of a community of researchers. Many such communities exist worldwide, such as XSEDE and PRACE. Each community has computing resources (e.g., an HPC cluster or an archival storage service) and a set of services that add value to the community’s resources (e.g., a community login service or a user support service).
Although each use case describes an activity that uses resources from multiple communities, the use cases themselves are written from the point of view of a single community. The goal is to express what a single community must offer to support the activity.
|Use Case ID||Title||Use Case Description|
|FI-01||Conduct a high-throughput computing project using resources from multiple communities|
|FI-02||Supply an organization’s research information technology information to an aggregation service|
|FI-03||Build a research information technology discovery service that lists services from multiple organizations|
|FI-04||Discover research information technology offered by multiple organizations|