9.3 Workflows and Dataflows at CERN Analysis Facility (CAF)

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Introduction

CERN Analysis Facility (CAF) is a controlled environment meant for low-latency and high-priority calibration, commissioning and physics analysis workflows.

The major use cases for CAF are

  • detector and trigger performance monitoring and commissioning
  • controlled alignment and calibration activities required for prompt reconstruction
  • monitoring the quality of the physics data
  • selected physics analyses with short latency.

It also serves as back-up solution to distributed analysis, with fast access to RAW, RECO and ALCARECO data.

Instructions

All instructions how to use CAF can be found in the CAF twiki page.

In particular, you will find:

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