A Reference Architecture for Virtual Research Environments

Keith G. Jeffery, Carlo Meghini, Cesare Concordia, Theodore Patkos, Valerie Brasse, Jacco Von Ossenbruck, Yannis Marketakis, Nikos Minadakis & Eda Marchetti
This paper describes the Reference Architecture of the enhanced VRE (e-VRE), a Virtual Research Environment defined in the context of the VRE4EIC Project, funded by EU H2020 e-Infrastructure program. e-VRE is designed to overcome limits of existing VREs with respect to a number of orthogonal dimensions: improving the quality of VRE user experience by providing user centered, secure, privacy compliant, sustainable environments for accessing data, composing workflows and tracking data publications; increasing VRE usage in...
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