With the impending arrival of new, high-data-volume missions, the need to effectively archive and process significantly larger data volumes will require new data management technologies and architectures that are more cost-effective, flexible, and scalable than traditional on-premises systems. To meet these needs, the Earth Science Data Systems (ESDS) Program has adopted a strategic vision to develop and operate multiple components of the Earth Observing System Data and Information System (EOSDIS) in a commercial cloud environment.

Follow our series of seven online videos to learn more 

Video Topics

  • Community Tools for Analysis of NASA Earth Observation System Data in the Cloud
  • How to Cloud for Earth Scientists 
  • How to Cloud for Earth Scientists: The ABoVE Science Cloud on ADAPT
  • Open Data Cubes: A Big Data Solution for Global Capacity Building
  • Science in the Cloud: Accelerating Science through Cloud Computing
  • How to Cloud for Earth Scientists: Head in the Clouds
  • How to Cloud for Earth Scientists: Migrating a Simple Analysis Program to the Cloud