Computing and Archiving Research Environment (CoARE)¶
This proposed project essentially targets to enable multiple data integration from ASTI-initiated projects and collaborative projects with other agencies that have high requirements for data storage and high-performance computing.
To foster collaboration by providing a platform for easy storage, analysis and sharing of environmental and geospatial data, as well as provide better access to high performance computing resources by:
- establishing a durable and highly available repository for environmental data, including systems for archiving and access, and providing recommendations to the PGIF on data sharing, access, and storage; and,
- upgrading the existing computing system facility intended to test and run computationally intensive applications for numerical weather prediction, climate modeling, as well as analytics and data modeling.
- A durable and highly available storage repository for environmental data, including systems for archiving and access
- Expanded computing capacity
- Public Key-Infrastructure (PKI) or Single Sign-On (SSO) integration with iGovPhils Project
- Catalogue service for searching archived and real-time data
- Implemented data usage policy of the agencies/users of the facility
- Standards for data access, storage, and sharing
- Wiki Portal and Users’ Training
- Meteorologists, Weather Forecasters
- Researchers, Scientists
- Consolidated effort and resources pertaining to environmental and geospatial data, as a result of having a unified platform for easy storage, analysis, and sharing of environmental and geospatial data, as well as providing better access to high-performance computing resources.
- Enhanced policy and decision-making for disaster management.
Project Leader: Rene Mendoza
Technical Leader: John Robert Mendoza
Project Manager: Jelina Tanya Tetangco
Technical: Christian Matira, Jay Samuel Combinido, Jessi Rubio, Jon Peter Perdon
Admin: Glenda Mae Baldonado, Kathleen Crisostomo, Lina Liboon