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2019 NOAA Environmental Data Management Workshop
September 4 & 5, 2019 - Motif Hotel, Seattle, WA

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"Unleashing NOAA’s Data as a Strategic Asset for Science, Service, Stewardship and Innovation".

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Wednesday, September 4 • 3:30pm - 5:00pm
Cloud Service Technologies and How to Get Started

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Co-Chairs: Jebb Stewart / Matt Austin
Location: Emerald 1
Cloud Computing, Data Science, AI, and Big Data are evolving faster than the operational environment, resulting in missed opportunities. Scientists need easy access to cutting edge technology to experiment and evaluate its usefulness. This session explores getting started with Cloud, how others use these tools, and the advantages, challenges, and visions in working with these capabilities.
Presentations (abstracts in this Google doc):
1. Jon O'Neil: Public Data Access Lessons Learned from the NOAA Big Data Project
2. Cheryl Santiago: NOAA Cloud Reference Architecture
3. Matt Austin: Results of the NOAA Cloud Sandbox Experiment
4. Tim Haverland: Serverless computing - A Quantum Leap into the Cloud?
5. Kathryn Shontz: NESDIS Common Cloud Solution
6. Jebb Stewart: Engineering for Cloud Computing
Link to Session Recording (session is the second half of the recording):
Notes: document on Google Drive
Slides: presentations folder on Google Drive


Jonathan ONeil

Director, NOAA Big Data Program, NOAA

Cheryl Santiago

Director, The Ambit Group

Matt Austin

United States, NOAA
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Tim Haverland

GIS Specialist, NOAA Fisheries Office of Science and Technology
I'm the GIS lead for Fisheries so do lots of map work, specializing in web-based mapping. As part of NOAA's Cetaceans and Sound (CetSound) project, I've been working on maps of ocean sound scapes, which has also led me to an interest in passive acoustic data, and how to manage these... Read More →

Kathryn Shontz

Cloud Lead, NOAA
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Jebb Q. Stewart

Weather Visualization and AI Research Development Branch Chief, NOAA GSL
Jebb Q. Stewart is the Weather Visualization and AI Research Development Branch Chief with NOAA's Global System Laboratory Weather, Informatics, and Decision Support Division in Boulder Colorado, and Co-Chair of NOAA's Artificial Intelligence Executive Committee. With a unique background... Read More →

Wednesday September 4, 2019 3:30pm - 5:00pm PDT
Emerald 1 (Motif Hotel, 3rd Floor)