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==Objectives:==
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==Description and Objectives==
*Help ESIP members understand better cloud computing.
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<big>As geospatial computing continues to demand more volume, variety, and velocity, the core characteristics of big data, the Cloud Computing Cluster helps ESIP members tackle these challenges through cloud-based architectures, technologies, and software. By bringing together users, developers, and researchers from industry, government, and academia, this Cluster provides a virtual platform for ESIP members and broader communities to share relevant knowledge and experience. The Cluster also aims to help foster collaborations among different organizations and individuals to work together to better apply cloud technologies to today’s data challenges.</big>
*Enable ESIP communities to share experiences of adopting cloud computing, making data and service available, and integrating systems through cloud platforms.
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*Provide professional suggestions and guidance to ESIP members for what cloud computing can do or how cloud computing can help when they seek for cloud solutions.
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*Foster collaborative research on cloud computing architecture, reference model, and relevant new technologies
 
 
   
 
   
 
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Revision as of 17:33, April 22, 2019

Welcome to the Cloud Computing Cluster

Description and Objectives

As geospatial computing continues to demand more volume, variety, and velocity, the core characteristics of big data, the Cloud Computing Cluster helps ESIP members tackle these challenges through cloud-based architectures, technologies, and software. By bringing together users, developers, and researchers from industry, government, and academia, this Cluster provides a virtual platform for ESIP members and broader communities to share relevant knowledge and experience. The Cluster also aims to help foster collaborations among different organizations and individuals to work together to better apply cloud technologies to today’s data challenges.


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