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September 21st, 2009
Have you heard about Nebula? What is cloud computing and where is it going?
FederalNewsRadio has learned budget passback language also calls for alternative analyses for major IT projects in 2012. NASA, DISA are among the agencies out in front in using this technology. Both plan to share what they've learned, and best practices, with other agencies.
NASA Ames is rolling out a private cloud platform, Nebula, that will run in a portable data center housed in containers.
All over the Federal government, IT experts and their bosses continue the search for new information and wisdom on the topic of cloud computing. On Thursday, attendees at an industry breakfast got a panel discussion from some of the top names in federal cloud computing.
Chris Kemp, NASA’s chief technology officer for IT, is leaving the agency. Kemp announced his resignation on his agency blog saying, “As budgets kept getting cut and continuing resolutions from Congress continued to make funding unavailable, I saw my vision for the future slowly slip further from my grasp.” Kemp was one of the pioneers [...]
NASA’s Nebula Cloud Computing Platform has gotten a lot of attention from agencies looking to move into the cloud. Chris Kemp, the Chief Technology Officer for IT at NASA, spoke with Federal News Radio about his agency’s use of the cloud and how that has morphed over the years. Initially, the Nebula cloud was developed [...]
NASA continues to push the envelope concerning its day-to-day use of video conferencing.
Chris Kemp made the announcement about his resignation on his blog.
The agency's Nebula platform is just one possibility in the process of incorporating public cloud initiatives across the board.