Congress 1116
  • Juan A. Añel, Diego Montes, David C.H. Wallom, Alberto Arribas, Peter Uhe, Pablo V. Caderno, Tomás F. Pena
  • Chemistry-Climate Model Initiative Science Workshop. Toulouse, France. 2017

Possibilities of Cloud Computing for Climate Modelling

Cloud Computing is a mature technology that offers benefits for a range of applications throughout science. Three ways of running different climate models are described, being adapted to run in Cloud Computing Environments provided by three vendors: Amazon, Google and Microsoft. The computational performance and cost of each model are discussed, and an assessment is given.
Keywords: Climate prediction, cloud computing, Amazon, Google, Microsoft
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