Service Reference Card

Functional description:

Provide the possibility to execute an intercomparison between models through a first portlet providing a form to select the input parameters, a module to monitor the experiments submitted and the visualisation portlets to visualize the corresponding map files.

Services running:

  • Tomcat8 needed by Liferay

Configuration:

The ENES analytics portlets rely on the Future Gateway API server available at the link: https://fgw01.ncg.ingrid.pt/apis/v1.0.

The data-analytics-multi-model portlet needs two external files to correctly submit a multi-model experiment through the Kepler-batch application:

  1. the tosca_template.yaml file, a TOSCA example to specify a Chronos Job that runs a batch Kepler job;
  2. the models-mapping.json file, where there is a mapping between the different climate models and the related data centers.

The file models-mapping.json should be similar to the example below.

{ "models": [{ "model": "", "host": "", "port": "", "username": "", "password": "" },{ "model": "", "host": "", "port": "", "username": "", "password": "" }]
}

Logfile locations (and management) and other useful audit information:

  • Liferay log: the analytics portlets write their log in the Liferay log files under a tomcat outside of the CATALINA_HOME.

Open ports:

Liferay Server

  • 80 and 443

Where is service state held (and can it be rebuilt):

Information on the configuration are managed by Liferay which mantains the state either on the restart and/or during the update of the modules.

Cron jobs:

No cron jobs needed by the analytics portlets.

Security information:

Security is managed by Liferay and the communications between the components of the project infrastructure are secured by the IAM token which have to be preserved through https communication protocol.

Location of reference documentation: Analytics Portlets on Gitbook

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