Cloud Computing Discussions

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SubmitterName Rick Martin and Phil Yang
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Meeting Summer 2012
SessionType breakout
Title Opportunities brought by and for Cloud Computing
Abstract This session is to share and discuss the future cloud computing directions in support of Earth sciences and includes:
  • P&S Testbed tasks (5 minutes each)
  • ESIP members to demonstrate their cloud project (5 minutes each)
  • Opportunities and future directions
  • EarthCube participation and activities?
  • Collective reference architectures and recommendations?
  • Discuss potential opportunities from agencies, such as NSF, NASA, EPA, etc. to assess the possibility for potential proposal and
  • Discuss the possibility of utilize cloud computing for supporting organizational IT needs.
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CoConveners
CollabAreas Cloud Computing, Earth Science Collaboratory, Geospatial, Information Quality, Information Technology and Interoperability, Products and Services, Semantic Web, Energy and Climate, Data Management Training