Set DataONE up as an XSEDE Level 3 Service Provider
As part of the collaboration between DataONE and XSEDE, we would like for DataONE to participate in XSEDE, as well as for XSEDE to participate in DataONE. One part of this is for DataONE to be a Service Provider to XSEDE, initially at the lowest level (level 3). See https://www.ideals.illinois.edu/bitstream/handle/2142/42551/XSEDE_SP_Software_and_Services_Baseline_v1.0.pdf?sequence=2 and https://www.ideals.illinois.edu/bitstream/handle/2142/49981/Requesting%20Membership%20in%20the%20XSEDE%20Federation-v2.00.pdf?sequence=2 for information about the different levels. Level 3 basically means we register services with XSEDE, but those services aren't required to be compatible with XSEDE API specifications and aren't required to use XSEDE authorization methods. As such, there isn't necessarily any direct tie to DataONE infrastructure.
#1 Updated by Bruce Wilson about 9 years ago
Based on my initial read of the requirements and documentation, I'm starting by having a separate VM (dataone-xsede-sp.dataone.utk.edu) set up where the XSEDE registration software can be installed and tested. This may become a production VM or we may choose to move the XSEDE tools to one of the existing production VMs. This VM will use the normal DataONE credentials, with coredev having normal shell and root access.