Cloud Computing for Environmental Analytics

  • Date - Friday, 21st October, 2016
  • Times - 9.30-16.45
  • Cost - FREE
  • Closing Date - Friday 14th October 2016
  • Location - Wolfson College, University of Oxford, Linton Road, Oxford OX2 6UD

A spectrum of cloud providers in one FREE workshop

at University of Oxford, Wolfson College

Book now for this one-day workshop bringing together experts from a range of cloud providers in one place. Delegates will have one-to-one access to top trainers from JASMIN/CEMSMicrosoft Azure and Amazon Web Services (AWS).

This practical free workshop has been developed by the IEA and Oxford eResearch Centre for:

¨ Science & IT professionals who need to store large amounts of data into the cloud

¨ Decision makers on data storage who want to know the options available

The speakers are globally recognised experts in their fields including: Prof David Wallom, Oxford e-Research Centre; Dr Phil Kershaw, STFC; Jacob Tomlinson, Met Office;
Dr Kenji Takeda, Microsoft and Dinah Barrett, Amazon.

The workshop will cover:

  • Overview of Cloud Computing, what is cloud and what services facilities exist for environmental analytics utilisation?
  • JASMIN/CEMS – What is it? How it is available to communities inside and outside academia?
  • Microsoft Azure – Using Azure for environmental science and analytics applications, IaaS to SaaS
  • Amazon Web Services (AWS) – Examples of using AWS for environmental science activities

There are now limited places available so to secure your place email Clementine Hadfield, Oxford eResearch Centre Events Manager, on as soon as possible. 

If you have already registered you will receive joining and timetable details from Friday, October 14.

Wolfson College, Oxford