This service allows you to reproduce and share custom computing environments effortlessly. With Replay, you can replicate the execution of your analysis in a notebooks-based platform, ensuring that others can easily access and interact with your content.
This service allows you to reproduce and share custom computing environments effortlessly.
With Replay, you can replicate the execution of your analysis in a notebooks-based platform, ensuring that others can easily access and interact with your content. Our platform is based on Binder technology, which builds your environment on the fly from a code repository that contains the code you’d like to run, as well as a set of configuration files that determine the exact computing environment to run it.
But that’s not all – Replay also generates shareable links for others to interact with your content from any browser. This means other researchers can easily reproduce your analysis and access data available in EGI’s infrastructure, making it easier than ever to collaborate and share your work with others.
In summary, Replay offers the following benefits:
- Simplicity: you won’t need to operate or manage the service. Simply access it via your browser and enjoy the benefits.
- Significantly larger resource limits than other alternatives
- Better integration with the European Open Science Cloud ecosystem provides a seamless experience enabling you to share and reproduce research with the EOSC community.
- Customisable for communities to integrate specific features such as GPUs, specific data stores, and more.
The RELIANCE project provides innovative services to help manage the research lifecycle for Earth Science communities and Copernicus users. This extends the capabilities of EOSC. EGI supports RELIANCE by implementing the research lifecycle management ecosystem called ROHub, which relies on RO-crate-based research objects (ROs) and integrates several services, including the newly launched Replay. With Replay, researchers can easily reproduce their notebooks and their run-time environment. This service automatically opens and loads Jupyter notebooks, allowing researchers to reproduce their computing environment, including input datasets, directly from their ROs in ROHub.