SciServer

SciServer consists of data hosting services coupled with integrated tools that work together to create a full-featured system.

 

SciServer is a fully integrated cyberinfrastructure system encompassing related tools and services to enable researchers to cope with scientific big data. SciServer enables a new approach that will allow researchers to work with Terabytes or Petabytes of scientific data, without needing to download any large datasets.

SciServer is a revolutionary new approach to achieving productive science research by bringing the analysis to the data.

 

Astronomy
Earth Sciences
Education
Life Sciences
Materials Science
Social Sciences

SciServer is operated by the Institute for Data Intensive Engineering and Science at Johns Hopkins University.

SciServer is funded by the National Science Foundation through its Data Infrastructure Building Blocks (DIBBs) program.

For more information about working with SciServer, please contact the SciServer Director, Gerard Lemson or visit SciServer.org