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AARC Engagement Group for InfrastructureS


The AARC Engagement Group for Infrastructures(AEGIS) brings together representatives from research and e-infrastructures, operators of AAI services to bridge communication gaps and make the most of common synergies. AEGIS ultimately enhances the wider and more effective uptake of AAI recommendations by infrastructures in their federated access solutions, so that they can focus on providing other support for research activities.


Objectives and Scope of AEGIS

  • Consult the expertise of participants for feedback on AAI activities;
  • showcase ongoing implementation efforts of the AARC Blueprint Architecture;
  • promote a consistent vision for federated access;
  • facilitate activities for the adoption of harmonised solutions and avoid ‘reinventing’ the wheel;
  • report on the adoption of and provide guidance on the AARC guidelines;
  • provide a home for the adoption and further development of the AARC Blueprint Architecture;
  • maintain, develop, and organisationally support the AARC community;
  • liaise with other entities in the AAI ecosystem.


Charter

Version 1.0 – Endorsed on November 11th 2019



Participants

AARC
Person(s)OrganisationRole
GÉANT

Convener, Architecture WG co-chair

GRNETArchitecture WG co-chair
NikhefPolicy WG co-chair
STFCPolicy WG co-chair
GÉANTAARC Community
Members
Infrastructure / Organization
RepresentativesOrganisations
GÉANTGÉANT, SUNET
EUDATMPCDF, FZJ
EGIEGI Foundation
ELIXIRCSC, CESNET
PRACEICHEC, FZJ
XSEDENCSA, University of Chicago
DARIAHDAASI International
Life Science AAI

Philipp Gormans, Daniel Kouřil

INFRAFRONTIER, MASARYK University
UmbrellaID (PaNOSC)Jean-François Perrin, -ILL
Observers
CERNHannah Short Paolo TedescoCERN
FENIX RICINECA
Internet2

Nick Roy Sara Jeans

Internet2
WLCG

Andrea Ceccanti Brian Bockelman

INFN, Morgridge
IRIS/STFCThomas Dack - UKRI STFCSTFC
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