Held on October 20, 2020
Hear how the Imperial War Museum is preserving world history and irreplaceable digital assets with IWM presenters Ian Crawford, CIO, and Rob Tyler, IT Infrastructure Manager (DMS).
How does the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration preserve their vast amounts of growing repositories of scientific data? Hear from Alan Hall, Operations Manager/Systems Owner at NOAA.
The University of Notre Dame is renowned for its superior academic and athletic programs — all generating huge data sets and growing every year. Listen to Scott Rinehart, Director of Broadcast & Streaming Technologies and Ian Owens, Digital Media Asset Program Manager, as they discuss their current and future plans for preserving Notre Dame’s priceless digital assets.
Data, and lots of it, is key to the success of Simons Foundation, which exists to support basic and discovery driven scientific research to help us better understand our world. Hear from Jonathan Tischio, Storage Engineer, SCC, as he shares with Spectra’s Bob Cone how Simons Foundation collects, uses and preserves its invaluable research data.
The Hormel Institute, University of Minnesota, advances science by way of research, in particular cancer research, partnering with renowned centers worldwide, including Mayo Clinic. Listen as Jeffrey McDonald, PhD, Director of IT relates his findings as his team deploys new technology to help its organization fight today’s toughest diseases by protecting its Cryogenic Electron Microscopy Data.
Join SRP’s Director of IT Mark Usrey who discusses the deployment of key hardware and software to backup and preserve their billions of bytes of data created by their retail services and solutions.
Listen to this brilliant panel of IT experts as they discuss how to overcome the challenges of exascale archiving. Spectra’s CTO Matt Starr and Sr. Director of Tape Matt Ninesling sit down with guests Robin Goldstone, Senior Principal HPC Strategist at Lawrence Livermore National Labs and James Thompson, HPC Systems Archive Administrator at Los Alamos National Labs.
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