Euclid is a high-precision survey mission developed in the frame of the Cosmic Vision Program of ESA in order to study the Dark Energy and the Dark Matter. Its Science Ground Segment (SGS) will have to deal with around 175 PB of data both coming from Euclid satellite data, complex pipeline processing, external ground based observations or simulations, and with an output catalog containing the description of around 10 billion of objects with hundreds of attributes. Thus, the implementation of the SGS is a real challenge in terms of architecture and organization. This talk describes the Euclid project challenges, the foreseen architecture, the ongoing proof of concept challenges and the plan for the future.
Session presented at Big Data Spain 2015 Conference
15th Oct 2015
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