/tag/microservices

  • Container Service Request

    – Name * E-mail * User ID * Classification * - Select -FacultyStaffPostdoctoral AssociateOther Affiliation * - Select - College of Arts & Sciences School of Data Science School of Engineering and Applied Sciences School of Medicine Darden School of Business UVA Health System Other Project Summary Please describe your project and the container images you want to run. Tier of Service *     6 - 15 containers ($10/month total)   15 containers ($48/month total) Billing Tiers are selected and paid for by the PI.
  • Service Map

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  • Integrated Sensor Networks in Arctic Alaska

    Understanding the Changing Natural-Built Landscape in an Arctic Community Navigating the New Arctic (NNA) is one of The National Science Foundation’s 10 Big Ideas. NNA projects address convergence scientific challenges in the rapidly changing Arctic. Arctic research is needed to inform the economy, security and resilience of the Nation, the larger region and the globe. NNA empowers new research partnerships from local to international scales, diversifies the next generation of Arctic researchers, enhances efforts in formal and informal education, and integrates the co-production of knowledge where appropriate. This award fulfills part of that aim by addressing interactions among social systems, natural environment, and built environment in the following NNA focus areas: Arctic Residents, Data and Observation, Education, and Resilient Infrastructure.