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Short NASA keynote at the Open Stack design summit in Austin, TX. July, 2010.

Short NASA keynote at the Open Stack design summit in Austin, TX. July, 2010.

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  • 1. We  have  missions.   Missions  make  data.    
  • 2. ASTER  image  taken  from  Terra  Satellite,  May  24,  2010  
  • 3. “We  manage  data.  We  manage  data,  or  people  die.”  
  • 4. We  have  a  history  of  partnerships.  
  • 5. NASA’s  Future  =  More  Partnerships   “…a  new  plan  that   openly  taps  private   sector  creaLvity   while  making  certain   that  the  taxpaying   public  is  involved  in   an  unprecedented   fashion.”  
  • 6. We  have  a  history  of  innovaLon.  
  • 7. "In  the  Beginning,  ARPA  created  the  ARPANET.   And  the  ARPANET  was  without  form  and  void.   And  darkness  was  upon  the  deep.   And  the  spirit  of  ARPA  moved  upon  the  face  of  the  network   and  ARPA  said,  'Let  there  be  a  protocol,'  and  there  was  a   protocol.  And  ARPA  saw  that  it  was  good.   And  ARPA  said,  'Let  there  be  more  protocols,'  and  it  was  so.   And  ARPA  saw  that  it  was  good.   And  ARPA  said,  'Let  there  be  more  networks,'  and  it  was  so."  
  • 8. So,  why  Cloud?  
  • 9. We  have  a  mandate.  
  • 10. The National Aeronautics and Space Act of 1958
  • 11. SecLon  102  (d)(8)     •  The  most  effecLve  uLlizaLon  of  the  scienLfic   and  engineering  resources  of  the  United   States,  with  close  cooperaLon  among  all   interested  agencies  of  the  United  States  in   order  to  avoid  unnecessary  duplica0on  of   effort,  facili0es,  and  equipment;  
  • 12. We  have  problems.  
  • 13. “In  fact,  the  Commi^ee  finds  that  no   plan  compaLble  with  the  FY  2010   budget  profile  permits  human   exploraLon  to  conLnue  in  any   meaningful  way.”  
  • 14. NASA  has  at  least  300  data  centers.  Probably  more.  
  • 15. Compute  Needs   9000   8000   7000   6000   5000   4000   3000   2000   1000   0   01/05/10   01/06/10   01/07/10   01/08/10   01/09/10   01/10/10   01/11/10   01/12/10   01/13/10   01/14/10   • PoliLcs  impact  Missions     • Missions  do  not  succeed   01/15/10   Time   01/16/10   • Missions  completely  succeed   01/17/10   Our  needs  fluctuate.   01/18/10   01/19/10   01/20/10   01/21/10   01/22/10   01/23/10   01/24/10   01/25/10   01/26/10  
  • 16. We  have  fearless  leadership.  
  • 17. But  why  Open  Source?  
  • 18. SecLon  102(a)   •  The  Congress  hereby  declares  that  it  is  the   policy  of  the  United  States  that  acLviLes  in   space  should  be  devoted  to  peaceful  purposes   for  the  benefit  of  all  mankind.  
  • 19. Standards  we  can  believe  in.  
  • 20. Why  did  Arpanet  win?   •  “The  RFC  tradiLon  of  pragmaLc,  experience-­‐ driven,  aher-­‐the-­‐fact  standards  authorship   accomplished  by  individuals  or  small  working   groups  has  important  advantages  over  the   more  formal,  commi^ee-­‐driven  process   typical  of  ISO  and  naLonal  standards  bodies”