Ian Foster, distinguished scientist from Argonne National Laboratory and the University of Chicago, will be in New Zealand to provide the opening keynote to in Multicore World 2013. As part of his visit, he has offered to present on the challenges of data management for the research sector. Remote participation is welcome.
Large and diverse data result in challenging data management problems that researchers and facilities are often ill-equipped to handle. I propose a new approach to these problems based on the outsourcing of research data management tasks to software-as-a-service providers. I argue that this approach can both achieve significant economies of scale and accelerate discovery by allowing researchers to focus on research rather than mundane information technology tasks. I present early results with the approach in the context of Globus Online.
Attend in Person
VUW staff, students and visitors are welcome to attend the session in person.
|Time||midday, Wednesday 20 February 2013|
|Building||Railway Station West Wing|
..by video conference
You will need to download the Scopia Desktop Client, which is available for MS Windows and OS X via http://sds.karen.net.nz/scopia?client. Before the meeting, we recommend you test everything out by connecting to room 6222. This is a test room, open 24h.
Here are the meeting details:
|Start time||midday, Wednesday 20 February 2013|
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Please dial +64 4 499 8283. You will then be prompted for the meeting ID. Dial 6532 and #.