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Marla meehl ncar cisl network engineering telecommunications section

Marla Meehl

NCAR/CISL

Network Engineering & Telecommunications Section

Big Data in the Geosciences, University Corporation for Atmospheric Research (UCAR/NCAR), and the NCAR Wyoming Supercomputing Center (NWSC)


Geosciences
Geosciences

  • "Over the next decade, the geosciences community commits to developing a framework to understand and predict responses of the Earth as a system, from the space-atmosphere boundary to the core, including the influences of humans and ecosystems."

  • Atmospheric, geospace, oceanic, biological, geological observed and modeled data

  • Geoscientists are increasingly engaged in data intensive science and investigation, data management, and long-term storage and access issues including the full data life cycle.


Earthcube
EarthCube

  • NSF is facilitating a community dialog with a goal of transforming the conduct of research in geosciences by supporting the development of a community-guided CI, an EarthCube, to integrate data and information for knowledge management across the geosciences.

    • High Performance Computing

    • Data Storage

    • Networking

    • Analysis


Marla meehl ncar cisl network engineering telecommunications section
Change the paradigm – just can’t move this much data – the network cannot be the only solution to this problem – integrated solution

  • Minimize what moves

    • Data Services

    • Analysis computing capability closer to the computing

    • “Distill” the data

  • Minimize what save

    • Specialized Code

    • Save only what need


Change paradigm cont d
Change Paradigm Cont’d the network cannot be the only solution to this problem – integrated solution

  • Better metadata

    • Allows to build service

    • Allows to find data

    • Standard metadata enable standardized services

  • Focus on the network between large data and data server providers

    • Integrated data services across the network

      • “Ecosystems of interoperable data services

      • Network is coupler


Change paradigm cont d1
Change Paradigm Cont’d the network cannot be the only solution to this problem – integrated solution

  • “Engage the Community”

    • User education on data services and practices

  • Distributed data environment

  • Integrate data efficiency into proposals

  • Invest in people and time to develop data services, tools, standards, etc.


  • Thanks and q a
    Thanks and Q & A the network cannot be the only solution to this problem – integrated solution

    • Thank you

    • Questions?