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These documents on HEP Cloud (subtopic of Shared Systems and Services) are available:
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CS-doc-# Title Author(s) Topic(s) Last Updated
5775-v2 Dark Energy Survey Experience with Gravitational Wave Follow-up Workflows on HEP Cloud Gabriele Garzoglio et al. Scientific Computing Facilities
HEP Cloud
07 Aug 2018
5750-v1 HEPCloud, a new paradigm for HEP facilities: CMS Amazon Web Services Investigation Lothar Bauerdick et al. Scientific Computing Facilities
HEP Cloud
07 Aug 2018
5706-v1 Summer 2016 – Internships at Fermilab on the HEPCloud Facility project Gabriele Garzoglio Scientific Computing Facilities
HEP Cloud
07 Aug 2018
5681-v1 FNAL HEPCloud Facility – NOvA Demonstrator Gabriele Garzoglio Scientific Computing Facilities
HEP Cloud
07 Aug 2018
5674-v1 HEP Cloud Status Report to DOE Dec 2015 + Elevator speach Panagiotis Spentzouris Scientific Computing Facilities
HEP Cloud
07 Aug 2018
5611-v14 Documents for Fermilab-KISTI CRADA FRA-2015-0001 KISTI-C15005 Gabriele Garzoglio et al. FermiCloud
Scientific Computing Facilities
03 Nov 2015
5774-v1 The NOvA Experience on HEP Cloud: Amazon Web Services Demonstration Paola Buitrago et al. Scientific Computing Facilities
HEP Cloud
07 Aug 2018
6508-v1 HEPCloud Papers, Presentations, Press Reports Mine Altunay et al. HEP Cloud
24 Jul 2018
5838-v2 Fermilab HEP Cloud Facility Architecture and Design Overview Mine Altunay et al. Scientific Computing Facilities
HEP Cloud
07 Nov 2017
5571-v0 Fermilab HEP Cloud Facility Project Documents Gabriele Garzoglio et al. Scientific Computing Facilities
25 Jun 2015
5852-v4 HEP Cloud Phase I - Summer 2016 internships report Gabriele Garzoglio et al. Scientific Computing Facilities
HEP Cloud
24 Oct 2016

Number of documents found: 11

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