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Cloud-based Data Match-Up Service (CDMS)

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posted on 15.07.2021, 17:07 by Nga Chung, Thomas HuangThomas Huang, Vardis M. Tsontos, Stepheny Perez, Wai Phyo, Shawn R. Smith, Homer McMillan, Thomas Cram, Zaihua Ji, Kimberly Sparling
The Cloud-based Data Match-Up Service (CDMS) is a collaborative effort between NASA JPL, COAPS, NCAR, and Saildrone. CDMS is an extension of the Distributed Oceanographic Match-Up Service (DOMS) which was funded by the NASA AIST program. CDMS will provide a mechanism for users to input a series of geospatial references for satellite observations and receive the in situ or satellite observations that are matched to the primary satellite data within selectable temporal and spatial search domains.

The software stack that enables CDMS match-up capability is available via the Apache Science Data Analytics Platform (SDAP), which is an Apache incubator project. Under the ACCESS program, the team plans to deliver a production-ready match-up capability that fully leverages cloud-native services.

This poster was presented at the 2021 Earth Science Information Partners (ESIP) Summer Meeting held virtually in July 2021.

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