Webinar: Surfing Ocean Data in the Cloud—The Beginners' Guide to PO.DAAC in the NASA Earthdata Cloud
Join us to learn more about the migration of NASA PO.DAAC physical oceanography data to the Earthdata Cloud hosted in the Amazon Cloud (AWS). During this webinar, we will discuss which data will be hosted in the cloud, show you options for how to migrate your ocean data discovery and access process to the cloud, and also provide useful resources to support you in navigating this migration.
Presenter: John Klose, Sandra Cosic and Suresh Vannan, PO.DAAC
Event Date(s) and Time(s):
- Aug 17, 2021 at 2:00 PM EDT - Aug 17, 2021 at 3:00 PM EDT
Hosted by: NASA EOSDIS
Organized by: EOSDIS Communications Team
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Join us for answers to these burning questions about the migration of PO.DAAC physical oceanography data to the Earthdata Cloud hosted in the Amazon Cloud (AWS). Which data is the Physical Oceanography Distributed Active Archive (PO.DAAC) hosting in the Earthdata Cloud? How will I be able to migrate my process to access NASA’s ocean data in Earthdata cloud? How will I be able to leverage co-located Earth science data in the Earthdata Cloud? What If I need support or help navigating this migration?
During this webinar, we aim to answer these burning questions about the migration of PO.DAAC data to the Earthdata Cloud hosted in the Amazon Cloud (AWS). The presentation will also provide a teaser on enabling large-scale, big-data research by leveraging data in the cloud. Through this webinar the PO.DAAC hopes to gain an understanding of end-user use cases and assist its user community in adapting to this changing landscape of data access.
Audience: Anyone interested in NASA’s physical oceanography data and current and future users
Explore physical oceanography data resources at NASA PO.DAAC
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