The RHEDcloud Foundation exists and is ready to launch. The initial officers acting until the board convenes and confirms or replaces them are:
Over the past two months we have:
Presently, Emory is launching the AWS at Emory Service at http://aws.emory.edu with several of our research groups.
At this time we would like to request you all review the wiki page at http://www.rhedcloud.org (also accessible at http://rhedcloud.org and http://rhed.cloud for short) to confirm all of your organization's project participants (as many as you like) and your one board member from each organization. Please send your feedback to Steve Wheat at email@example.com. Everyone listed on this page will receive invitations shortly for the private wiki and other collaboration resources.
Rich Mendola would like to schedule three RHEDcloud Board of Directors meetings between April 1 and July 31 to provide guidance and oversight to the Foundation's launch activities and identify work teams.
In addition to all of the work with Amazon Web Services, Google has engaged enthusiastically and is working with us on risk assessment and technical strategy. If any potential collaborators have questions about any of the work to date, Emory, AWS, and Google team members plan to host a 90-minute presentation, demo, and QA session on current activities and next steps on Tuesday, March 26 from 12 noon - 1:30 pm eastern time. Our goal is to host one of these general information sessions one per month as long as there is interest. Webinar link and registration for the March 26 discussion to follow.
RHEDcloud participants present at the Internet2 Global Summit on building a secure and manageable cloud environment. Read the abstract and view the recorded presentation here:
Emory University is launching the AWS at Emory service for select research groups in anticipation of general availability in Spring 2019. The security, automation, and integration technology that implements AWS at Emory serves as in initial contribution to the RHEDcloud Project.
For details and demos see the documentation at https://aws.emory.edu.