At SC12 in Salt Lake City, Utah, a paper was published by on the Open Science Data Cloud: The Design of a Community Science Cloud
The paper can be found in the IEEE Proceedings Repository.
The full paper is also available on Dr. Robert Grossman’s website.
In this paper we describe the design, and implementation of the Open Science Data Cloud, or OSDC. The goal of the OSDC is to provide petabyte-scale data cloud infrastructure and related services for scientists working with large quantities of data. Currently, the OSDC consists of more than 2000 cores and 2 PB of storage distributed across four data centers connected by 10G networks. We discuss some of the lessons learned during the past three years of operation and describe the software stacks used in the OSDC. We also describe some of the research projects in biology, the earth sciences, and social sciences enabled by the OSDC.
Additionally, I presented at the 2013 Open Science Data Cloud Workshop in Edinburgh, UK:
- Portable, Reliable, and Automatic Streaming Data Transfer (PRAS-DT)
- The MITRE Elastic Goal-Directed Simulation Framework
Finally, I was fortunate to present the following poster at the SC13 Conference: