Mar 23 – 27, 2015
Physics Department, Oxford University
Europe/London timezone

Best Practices for Big Science in the Cloud

Mar 26, 2015, 4:30 PM
25m
Martin Wood Lecture Theatre, Parks Road (Physics Department, Oxford University)

Martin Wood Lecture Theatre, Parks Road

Physics Department, Oxford University

Grid, Cloud & Virtualisation Grids, Clouds and Virtualisation

Speaker

Mr Dario Rivera (Amazon Web Services)

Description

On the heals of discussing the BNL RACF Group's Proof Of Concept on AWS, this session will share best practices on some of the most common AWS services used by Big Science, such as EC2, VPC, S3, and complex hybrid networking and routing. We will also provide an overview of the AWS Scientific Computing Group which was created to help Global Scientific collaborations develop and ecosystem supporting the long-tail of science, research and engineering and to educate these communities on the role AWS can play in making Science successful in the cloud.

Summary

On the heals of discussing the BNL RACF Group's Proof Of Concept on AWS, this session will share best practices on some of the most common AWS services used by Big Science, such as EC2, VPC, S3, and complex hybrid networking and routing. We will also provide an overview of the AWS Scientific Computing Group which was created to help Global Scientific collaborations develop and ecosystem supporting the long-tail of science, research and engineering and to educate these communities on the role AWS can play in making Science successful in the cloud.

Primary author

Mr Dario Rivera (Amazon Web Services)

Presentation materials