What Is A Cumulus Data Management Type
Collections: Collections are logical sets of data objects of the same data type and version. They provide contextual information used by Cumulus ingest.
Granules: Granules are the smallest aggregation of data that can be independently managed. They are always associated with a collection, which is a grouping of granules.
Providers: Providers generate and distribute input data that Cumulus obtains and sends to workflows.
Rules: Rules tell Cumulus how to associate providers and collections and when/how to start processing a workflow.
Workflows: Workflows are composed of one or more AWS Lambda Functions and ECS Activities to discover, ingest, process, manage, and archive data.
Executions: Executions are records of a workflow.
Reconciliation Reports: Reports are a comparison of data sets to check to see if they are in agreement and to help Cumulus users detect conflicts.
Create A Provider
- In the Cumulus dashboard, go to the
- Click on
- Fill in the form and then submit it.
Create A Collection
- Go to the
- Click on
- Copy and paste or fill in the collection JSON object form.
- Once you submit the form, you should be able to verify that your new collection is in the list.
Create A Rule
Refer to Create Rule In Cumulus.
Create A Workflow
For details on setting up a workflow go to Cumulus Workflows.