Big data has gone from being used only in niche applications to becoming an increasingly mainstream part of modern business. But compared to traditional IT architectures, there’s typically a lot less control and governance built into big data systems. Big data is a key part of digital transformation and the business models of the future. Organizations that have robust systems in place and that ensure they can be trusted will be better positioned to take advantage of these powerful new technologies. Big Data is big, but some organisations have concerns regarding its trustworthyness.
In this webinar, Francisco Brasileiro and Ignacio Blanquer will discuss the trustworthiness requirements of big-data applications deployed atop cloud infrastructures, and how the ATMOSPHERE platform can be used to handle them. This will be explained using as example a medical application developed in the context of the ATMOSPHERE project, and deployed over a transatlantic federated cloud infrastructure.
Cloud service providers, open source communities, Startups, SMEs & IT Vendors, managers and users of these services, including cloud-based application developers.
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Francisco Brasileiro is a Full Professor at UFCG, and holds a PhD in Computer Science from the University of Newcastle upon Tyne (UK). Since 2002 he has been actively involved in grid and cloud computing projects, concerning both the development of distributed computing infrastructures (DCIs), as well as the use of these DCIs to support e-Science and other applications. Prof. Brasileiro has more than 20 years of experience in the coordination of Research, Development & Innovation projects, including projects in the context of the coordinated calls between Brazil and the European Commission. He was the Brazilian Coordinator of the EUBrazil Cloud Connect project, and currently serves as the Brazilian Coordinator of the ATMOSPHERE project.
Ignacio Blanquer (Ph.D.), full professor of the Computer System Department at UPV since 1999, has been a member of GRyCAP since 1993. He has been involved in Parallel Computation and Medical Image processing, participating in more than 55 national and European Research Projects, has authored and co-authored 34 articles in indexed journals and book chapters and in more than 80 papers in national and international journals and conference proceedings. He has served as coordinator of the application area in the Spanish Network for e-Science, including his role in the managerial board, participates in the user support of the Spanish National Grid Initiative and was Community Manager in VENUS-C, where he collected and evaluated user requirements and provided hands-on support for migration to the cloud. Today he is the European Coordinator of ATMOSPHERE. In the past, he was the European project coordinator of EUBrazilCloudConnect and EUBra-BIGSEA, and co-principal investigator in the CLUVIEM national research project.