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Data Provisioning for the Object Modeling System (OMS)
International Congress on Environmental Modelling and Software
  • Jack R. Carlson, Colorado State University
  • Olaf David, Colorado State University
  • Wes J. Lloyd, Colorado State University
  • George H. Leavesley, Colorado State University
  • Ken W. Rojas, USDA-NRCS Information Technology Center
  • Timothy R. Green, USDA-ARS-NPA, Agricultural Systems Research Unit
  • Mazdak Arabi, Colorado State University
  • Lucas Yaege, Colorado State University
  • Hom Kipka, Colorado State University
Keywords
  • data provisioning,
  • environmental modelling,
  • data services,
  • model services,
  • cloud computing
Location
Session A3: Innovative Architectures and Approaches of Cloud and Mobile Technology for Environmental Modeling
Start Date
18-6-2014 9:00 AM
End Date
18-6-2014 10:20 AM
Description

The Object Modelling System (OMS) platform supports initiatives to build or re-factor agro-environmental models and deploy them in different business contexts as model services on cloud computing platforms. Whether traditional desktop, client-server, or emerging cloud deployments, success especially at the enterprise level relies on stable and efficient data provisioning to the models. In this paper we describe recent experience and trends with tools and services deployed to cloud platforms. Also, systematic, sustained data stewardship and alignment with standards organizations impart stability to data provisioning efforts.

Citation Information
Jack R. Carlson, Olaf David, Wes J. Lloyd, George H. Leavesley, et al.. "Data Provisioning for the Object Modeling System (OMS)" (2014)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/wes-lloyd/2/