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Lunch & Learn “Free Cloud Resources Available for Developers”
presented by CANARIE DAIR, SRnet, and TRLabs
Monday December 12, 2011 12:00-13:00
Candle and Span Rooms
The Atrium - 111 Research Drive
Tuesday December 13, 2011 12:00-13:00
Springboard West Innovations Inc.
120 - 2 Research Drive
Free for small-medium sized Canadian businesses, the CANARIE Digital
Accelerator for Innovation and Research (DAIR) program provides access
to a Canadian cloud (compute and storage), high-speed network, and
wireless (wi-fi and cellular) test-bed for development, testing and
product demonstration. This Lunch & Learn will cover an overview of "The
Cloud", describe the DAIR program, and demonstrate access to the DAIR cloud.
Lunch and beverages are provided. Please RSVP to Ms. Virginia Tomas
indicate if you will be attending in Saskatoon or in Regina. Seating is
Welcome to SRnet's new website. Everything you wish to know about SRnet is located in this site.
Explore the site and find out what SRnet is and how to become an SRnet member.
As SRnet is a small research and education network with a small human resource component SRnet news & events are occassional but limited. To this end SRnet has provided the news & events links to our counterparts in BC (BCnet) and Alberta (Cybera) as well as the news & events link to CANARIE our national backbone operator and SRnet's major funder.
You can review SRnet's network map, CANARIE's network map, and the Global research network map in the Network Maps section in the Network section.
View the actual dynamic network performance MRTG graphs for each of SRnet's members in the Network Status category within the Network menu.
The members section provides a roster of SRnet's members by location and there is a member's only section which all members have credentials to enter. This section contains all SRnet's Bylaws, AGM miunutes, audited financial statements and other items specific to member organisations.
There is also a section with data and documents that the Board alone has access to.
An overview of SRnet's current projects is provided in the Projects menu item.
Plans for the future include the addition of images from our member locations to provide you with an idea of the breadth and depth of research and education activities going on in Saskatchewan.
Look around and please provide feedback in the contact section as we are looking to improve the website on an ongoing basis.