AuScope UW Cloud

The cloud is everywhere and nowhere — here is some help on how the cloud works with our codes. A collection of 4 posts
Australian Seismometers in Schools - Noise monitoring dashboard
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Australian Seismometers in Schools - Noise monitoring dashboard

How we built a simple dashboard using Github actions with open source software and openly available (FAIR) data.
3 min read
Underworld's  lightweight cloud for online classrooms.
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Underworld's lightweight cloud for online classrooms.

We built a cheap-and-cheerful solution with persistent storage and a binder-like access to notebooks in a repository that is aimed at serving a single classroom. The zero-to-server time is just a few minutes and there is minimal manual configuration.
3 min read
Underworld and Docker (part 2)
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Underworld and Docker (part 2)

By the way, before you read this post, catch up with how we use docker by reading part 1 Docker allows us to distribute pre-built applications which are hosted in a virtual machine and are therefore platform independent. This simplifies things for us (only one platform we need to support)
Underworld and Docker (part 1)
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Underworld and Docker (part 1)

While huge improvements in usability have been achieved in Underworld2, the installation process is still unfortunately as painful as ever. This difficulty is in large part due to Underworld's numerous dependencies, and also the multiple platforms we try to support. Compounding this, the legacy of a individual user's machine often