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The Jet Propulsion Laboratory Reaches For The Cloud

NASA's JPL, No. 3 in the InformationWeek Elite 100, has turned to cloud computing to make real-time analytics available to missions.
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The stream team, from left to right: Jim Rinaldi, CIO; Gordy Cucullu, Thermal Systems Engineer; Dan Isla, developer/IT data scientist; and Tom Soderstrom, IT Chief Technology and Innovation Officer.

(Image: JPL)

The stream team, from left to right: Jim Rinaldi, CIO; Gordy Cucullu, Thermal Systems Engineer; Dan Isla, developer/IT data scientist; and Tom Soderstrom, IT Chief Technology and Innovation Officer.

(Image: JPL)

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Li Tan
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Li Tan,
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5/4/2015 | 9:16:31 AM
Cloud computing is essential here
This post provides a good example of using cloud computing for sciencetific project. In such kind of mission-critical and computing/data intensive scenario, using cloud is a natural choice. Especially the key to success is the ability to do efficient analysis for data in motion - the active stream of data collected.
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batye,
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5/5/2015 | 1:44:20 AM
Re: Cloud computing is essential here
@Li Tan could not agree more, very interesting...
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