DataVault: A Data Storage Infrastructure for the Einstein Toolkit

by   Yufeng Luo, et al.

Data sharing is essential in the numerical simulations research. We introduce a data repository, DataVault, that is designed for data sharing, search and analysis. A comparative study of existing repositories is performed to analyze features that are critical to a data repository. We describe the architecture, workflow, and deployment of DataVault, and provide three use-case scenarios for different communities to facilitate the use and application of DataVault. Potential features are proposed and we outline the future development for these features.


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