Executive Summary: A community member needs to access specific information about the public research computing environment. Several specific examples of this general need follow. (a) A researcher has been invited to participate in a use case review. (b) An application developer or a service provider needs to find under-served use cases in order to offer something of value to the community. (c) A researcher, an application developer, or a service provider needs to know which use cases are currently being worked on in order to avoid duplicating effort. (d) A researcher, a service provider, an application developer, or a campus IT administrator needs to find software for a particular use. (e) A researcher needs to find a service provider who offers a particular service.
|Component||User facing?||Component’s role in the capability|
|Research Software Portal (RSP)||yes||Navigate to “User Requirements and Use Cases” to explore Use Case Areas and Use Cases, and to explore "Other views: Alphabetic Use Case List" which shows “Software and Service Components” that support each use case. Navigate to “Use Cases” -> “Use Case Integration Activities” to explore active engineering activities and associated components and use cases. Navigate to “Installable Software” or “Operational Software” to view software that can be deployed and software/services that are already deployed and ready-to-use.|
|XSEDE User Portal (XUP)||yes||Navigate to “Resource -> Software” to view XSEDE offered software; o Navigate to “User Services -> Documentation -> User Guides” to view XSEDE offered services|