You need to sign up for an account for accessing the EGI services. As part of this process you will be assigned a personal unique EGI ID which will be then used across all EGI tools and services. Follow the instructions below to get started:
Go to https://aai.egi.eu/signup. This will show you the identity provider discovery page: browse through the list of Identity Providers to find your Home Organisation, or, alternatively, type the name of your Home Organisation in the search box. Note that the names are localised based on the selected language.
Enter your login credentials to authenticate yourself with your Home Organisation
After successful authentication, you may be prompted by your Home Organisation to consent to the release of personal information to the EGI AAI Service Provider Proxy.
After successful authentication, you will be redirected to the EGI account registration form. On the introductory page, click Begin to start the registration process.
EGI requires some basic information from you, depending on the attributes released by your Identity Provider, you may need to provide the values of the missing attributes.
On the registration form, click Review Terms and Conditions (Acceptable Use Policy and Conditions of Use - EGI AUP)
Finally, click Submit to submit your request.
After submitting your request, Check-in will send you an email with a verification link. After you click that link, you’ll be taken to the request confirmation page.
After reviewing your request, click Confirm and re-authenticate yourself using the Identity Provider you selected before.
In the case of the Sign Up registration, you need to wait for an EGI User Sponsor to approve your request to join the EGI User Community. Upon approval, EGI AAI will send you a notification email.
Note: After your registration has been completed, you can manage your profile through the EGI Account Registry portal.
The profile includes all the information related to the user. This information can be categorised as follows:
Includes the basic information about your profile:
Includes information about the Virtual Organisations and groups the user if member of and the roles assigned to the user within those Virtual Organisation.
Information about identites linked to your account. Check the guide for linking accounts for more information.