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DAIR – May 2019 Newsletter

Welcome to the May 2019 edition of the DAIR Community Newsletter. It’s been a few months since our last newsletter, so we have plenty of exciting news to share with you. Thank you… …to all of our DAIR participants that took the time to reply to our recent survey or agreed to chat by phone. […]

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blog arrowDate: July 15, 2019


CANARIE Launches Open Call for Applications for its Board of Directors

CANARIE is seeking two candidates for its Board of Directors [Ottawa, ON] CANARIE, a vital component of Canada’s digital infrastructure supporting research, education and innovation, today launched an open call for applications for volunteer positions on CANARIE’s Board of Directors. Serving on the CANARIE Board is an opportunity to direct the evolution of a component […]

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blog arrowDate: June 10, 2019


Guest Blog: Early Stage Startup, Meet Your Public Cloud

Contributed by Sachin Agarwal of BigBitBus. You have created your MVP and now its time to move it from your laptop or from the box under your desk into a “production” environment. While the CANARIE’s OpenStack cloud, DAIR, is a great place to start developing and testing your software, it is not an environment for […]

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blog arrowDate: May 22, 2019


Securing Research Platforms to Ensure Data Confidentiality, Integrity, and Availability

Security considerations are crucial throughout the process of developing Research Software. Posted by: Dan Sellars, Manager, Software Development and Julian Corduneanu, Manager, Cybersecurity What to consider? The three main areas of concern to carefully plan when considering security are Confidentiality, Integrity and Availability: Confidentiality — Protecting data from unauthorized parties is an important consideration, even […]

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blog arrowDate: March 19, 2019


Research Software – March 2019 Newsletter

Canadian Research Software Conference 2019 The Canadian Research Software Conference (CRSC) is prepping for its second appearance on May 28-29 in Montreal. Who should attend CRSC 2019? Active developers of software for academic research (regardless of job title) Computational researchers Doctorate Students and those studying to develop research software Developers of open-source software to support […]

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blog arrowDate: March 15, 2019