A Hybrid Cloud Computing Approach for Intelligent Processing and Storage of Scientific Data
This paper covers a new approach on Cloud Computing for Scientific Data Storage and Processing using a hybrid system with both on-site and on-the-cloud systems. The system analyzes use cases which are not resolved by either one of the single systems themselves.
KeywordsCloud Computing Hybrid Systems Scientific Data Intelligent Processing
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