SGCI webinars bring together community members across the globe.

Our monthly webinars highlight examples of gateways, tools, and best practices.

SGCI hosts a webinar series on the second Wednesday of each month at 1 pm Eastern/10 am Pacific (1 hour long). We feature a rotating selection of topics including tool and technology demos, best practices, and gateway showcases. These webinars are recorded for future viewing and are posted in our archive. We also offer a special series on Gateway Platforms.

We announce each webinar several weeks ahead through our newsletter and on this website.

Webinars will be at the same connection coordinates for future months so that you can add the series to your calendar.

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CloudBank and Cloud Implications for Science Gateways

Wednesday, May 12, 2021, 1 pm Eastern/10 am Pacific

Presented by Rob Fatland, UW Research Computing Director & CloudBank Lead of Education, Outreach and Training, and Shava Smallen, San Diego Supercomputer Center and CloudBank lead architect of user portal

CloudBank supports learning about and using the cloud stack from proposal writing through to post-grant data provisioning. In this webinar we present the thesis of cloud viability in relation to the science gateway paradigm.  This naturally touches on reproducibility and data sharing with extension to technical challenges of building and using science gateways. We will describe the cloud development environment in terms of services: Tools and technologies developed on top of the basics of compute, storage and networking that serve to simplify and accelerate infrastructure building.

About CloudBank: CloudBank is an NSF-sponsored collaboration among UC San Diego, University of Washington and UC Berkeley to promote and support cloud computing adoption in data science, both in the strategic sense of understanding cloud technology and the tactical sense of managing cloud accounting and spend, security and resource management. CloudBank comprehensively answers the question 'How does moving data and computation to a cloud platform work in practice over the full arc of a research grant?' CloudBank originated from the computer and information science and engineering (CISE) directorate at NSF and will expand its supportive role to additional domains. CloudBank's focus is research acceleration via the necessary technical and sociological shifts in the research community's perception.