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|SubmitterName=Thomas Huang and Phil Yang
 
|SubmitterName=Thomas Huang and Phil Yang
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|Chair=Thomas Huang
 
|Meeting=Summer 2012
 
|Meeting=Summer 2012
 
|SessionType=breakout
 
|SessionType=breakout
 
|Title=Cloud Computing Readiness for Supporting Earth Science
 
|Title=Cloud Computing Readiness for Supporting Earth Science
|Abstract=This session will invite 3-5 testing teams of the NASA SMD Cloud Test from Goddard, JPL, and Ames to share their technological insights and results from the test.  
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|Abstract=Cloud Computing is becoming a promising computing infrastructure to support Earth sciences. With a variety of commercial and open source cloud solutions available, a 360 degree test of the cloud capability for managing computing infrastructure and supporting Earth sciences are needed to guide the field for adopting cloud computing. This session invites the two most comprehensive government studies of cloud computing for geospatial sciences to present the results. The presentation includes:
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*Mike Little, NASA SMD Cloud Test Brief (Virtual)
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*Doug Neber for GeoCloud, (Virtual)
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*Phil Yang, GMU, Cloud Readiness for Earth Sciences
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*Confirm with Mike/Doug about another cloud readiness test in NASA
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Through both overall and technical detailed presentation, we hope this session can held shed some lights about how to assess and adopt cloud computing for Earth science efforts, such as EarthCube, Digital Earth, Earth Simulator, NEX, and other similar efforts.  
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|CoConveners=Will check with Mike Little from NASA
 
|CoConveners=Will check with Mike Little from NASA
 
|CollabAreas=Cloud Computing, Earth Science Collaboratory, Geospatial, Information Quality, Information Technology and Interoperability, Products and Services
 
|CollabAreas=Cloud Computing, Earth Science Collaboratory, Geospatial, Information Quality, Information Technology and Interoperability, Products and Services
 
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SubmitterName Thomas Huang and Phil Yang
Submitteremail
Meeting Summer 2012
SessionType breakout"breakout" is not in the list (Workshop, Breakout Session, Business meeting) of allowed values for the "SessionType" property.
Title Cloud Computing Readiness for Supporting Earth Science
Abstract Cloud Computing is becoming a promising computing infrastructure to support Earth sciences. With a variety of commercial and open source cloud solutions available, a 360 degree test of the cloud capability for managing computing infrastructure and supporting Earth sciences are needed to guide the field for adopting cloud computing. This session invites the two most comprehensive government studies of cloud computing for geospatial sciences to present the results. The presentation includes:
  • Mike Little, NASA SMD Cloud Test Brief (Virtual)
  • Doug Neber for GeoCloud, (Virtual)
  • Phil Yang, GMU, Cloud Readiness for Earth Sciences
  • Confirm with Mike/Doug about another cloud readiness test in NASA

Through both overall and technical detailed presentation, we hope this session can held shed some lights about how to assess and adopt cloud computing for Earth science efforts, such as EarthCube, Digital Earth, Earth Simulator, NEX, and other similar efforts.

VirtualPresenters yes
VirtualParticipants yes
CoConveners Will check with Mike Little from NASA
CollabAreas Cloud Computing, Earth Science Collaboratory, Geospatial, Information Quality, Information Technology and Interoperability, Products and Services