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New book on Cloud Computing for Science and Engineering

Cloud Foster GannonClouds operated by Amazon, Microsoft, Google, and others provide convenient on-demand access to storage and computing. They also provide powerful services for organizing data, processing data streams, machine learning, and many other tasks. Every scientist and engineer needs to understand what these services can and cannot do, and what the emergence of cloud means for their work. This book written by Ian Foster and Dennis Gannon addresses that need, describing cloud computing and how you may apply it to advantage in science and engineering. It is highly practical, with many hands-on examples of how to use cloud to address specific problems that arise in technical computing. It provides actionable advice on how and when to apply cloud computing in your work. The book has been published by MIT Press, and he full text is also available online, along with associated Jupyter notebooks and other supporting material.

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