Nebula (computing platform)
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Nebula is a Federal cloud computing platform that originated at NASA Ames Research Center at Moffett Field, California. The Nebula project was run under the ACITS 2 contract originally held by Perot Systems. Nebula hosted many advanced research projects.
The Ames Internet Exchange (AIX), was formerly MAE-West, one of the original nodes of the Internet, and is a major peering location for Tier 1 ISPs, as well as being the home of the "E" root name servers. The AIX provides connectivity to the Nebula Cloud, enabling 10GigE connections to NISN.
The Nebula-Project uses a variety of free and open-source software.
- Official website
- Interview with Chris C. Kemp about NASA Nebula on Federal News Radio
- Chris C. Kemp participation in Meritalk/AFFIRM Luncheon CIO/CFO Panel: The New IT Economics May 21, 2009
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