On September 24th, starting at 1 pm, ISC Cloud’12 will host a keynote session focused on the Helix Nebula Initiative advancements.
Entitled Big science teams up with big business to kick-start European cloud computing - Progress of Helix Nebula - the Science Cloud, the keynote session opening the two day ISC Cloud’12 event, on September 24th will be dedicated entirely to the Helix Nebula project developments.
The first Helix Nebula Workshop Interoperability among e-Infrastructures and Commercial Clouds will be held on the 19 September 2012 - Prague, Czech Republic in conjunction with the EGI Technical Forum 2012.
The first of three workshops, co-located with the EGI Technical Forum 2012, brings together technology and policy representatives from public e-Infrastructures and commercial cloud providers to address the integration and interoperation of their respective infrastructures.
Maryline Lengert (ESA) will present Helix Nebula - the Science Cloud at NORDUnet 2012, 18 September 2012, Oslo, Norway.
This year the NORDUnet 2012 conference has joined forces with UNINETT in bringing together the networking community from Nordic universities and NRENs, along with their European and global colleagues. The aim of the conference is to showcase Nordic, European & global collaborations, future developments, current challenges and recent results within the topics and areas covered by the conference.
On the 12-13 June 2012, Bob Jones, from CERN's IT department, was invited to present Helix Nebula at the Cloud Computing World Forum, Earls Court, London.
The Cloud Computing World Forum is an industry event with several thousand participants. The programme had a number of parallel sessions and a continuous exhibition.
Main highlights from the programme:
The TERENA Network Conference, held in Reykjavik, from the 21 to the 24 of May 2012 hosted a presentation of Helix Nebula given by Bob Jones, Head of CERN's Openlab IT department.
The purpose of presenting Helix Nebula at the TERENA Network Conference was to engage with the National Research and Education Networks in view of providing connectivity to the supply-side data centres as part of the inter-operability with existing publicly funded e-infrastructures (GEANT, EGI, PRACE).
The European Cloud Computing Conference was attended by Jurry de la Mar, T-Systems last March. An event where representatives from EC, Data Protection Authorities, Regulatory Competent bodies and cloud services providers got together to discuss the future of Cloud Computing in Europe.