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
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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/CEMS, Microsoft 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 Clementine.email@example.com as soon as possible.
If you have already registered you will receive joining and timetable details from Friday, October 14.