When we started Nebula in 2008, it was for a somewhat different purpose than what it eventually became. Under the project name NASA.net, we initially set out to consolidate NASA’s web space onto a unified platform. By offering ...Read More
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The topic of cloud computing once again dominated much of the discussion at NASA’s IT Summit this year. Over 1,000 participants representing all NASA centers converged on the San Francisco Marriott from August 15 – 17 for two and ...Read More
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Nebula has been working with scientists and system administrators at NASA for over a year to see how our Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) platform can benefit the Agency. In review of some of this year’s accomplishments, and to ...Read More
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Andrew Molthan from NASA’s SPoRT Center emailed us recently to advise of another “Nebula achievement” from Marshall Space Flight Center. Andrew and his team have been using Nebula to process data collected from recent storm damage in the Southeastern ...Read More
Nebula is an open-source cloud computing project and service developed to provide an alternative to the costly construction of additional data centers whenever NASA scientist or engineers require additional data processing. Nebula also provides a simplified avenue for NASA scientists and researchers to share large, complex data sets with external partners and the public.