NSF Publishes SciServer: Big Data infrastructure for science
SciServer, an IDIES project to build a Big Data infrastructure, creating data access and analysis tools useful to all areas of science, was featured on NSF’s Discoveries web news today. The article describes how the SciServer research team at Johns Hopkins extends tools from Sloan Digital Sky Survey to help new scientific communities meet the challenge of Scientific Big Data.
SciServer investigators include IDIES Director Alexander Szalay, IDIES Associate Directors Steven Salzberg, Aniruddha Thakar, and Charles Meneveau, and IDIES affiliates Randal Burns and Michael Rippin.
For more information about SciServer, visit the SciServer website.