Amazon Web Services (AWS) is expanding support for existing Ohio State AWS users(link is external) and for Ohio State employees interested in learning more about AWS. Starting Wednesday, Dec. 4, the AWS Support Team assigned to Ohio State will host weekly “AWS Remote Office Hours” every Wednesday from 3 to 5 p.m.
As of December 2018, Ohio State AWS (Amazon Web Services) is available to Ohio State employees for university business. Grab your lunch and join Tracey Richardson, Sr. Director of Service Management, for the Ohio State AWS Lunch and Learn session on January 24 from Noon to 1 p.m. at Mount Hall Café.
All are welcome to attend and learn more about Ohio State AWS offerings, and ask questions.
Topics to be covered include:
Starting December 12, Ohio State employees can request an Ohio State Amazon Web Services (AWS) account for university business. Ohio State AWS is a viable option for secure, scalable cost-effective computing, storage and database services that can be used for things like research projects, web application hosting, archival file storage and administrative Business Intelligence/analytics.
Over the past several months, OCIO has collaborated with key university stakeholders and Amazon Web Services (AWS) to establish a university-configured AWS service for employees, called Ohio State AWS.The new service enables Ohio State employees to leverage AWS’s impressive portfolio of scalable, on-demand computing, database, storage and application services, but also provides all the benefits of an enterprise service.
We are excited to share that, beginning this fall, The Ohio State University will begin delivering university-configured Amazon Web Services (AWS). AWS provides secure, scalable cost-effective computing, storage and database resources in support of the university’s research, analytic and administrative goals. The OSU-configured AWS service will provide a number of benefits to faculty and staff, most notably: