With the impending arrival of high-volume data from new missions such as the Surface Water and Ocean Topography (SWOT), the need to effectively archive and distribute significantly larger data volumes is critically important for PO.DAAC operations. To meet these needs, PO.DAAC is migrating its data archive to the NASA Earthdata Cloud, hosted in Amazon Web Services (AWS).
As PO.DAAC and other Earth Science data move into the Cloud, end users will be able to do more than ever, enabling multidisciplinary and interdisciplinary science and its application through large-scale analytics and cloud computing. For more information visit Earthdata Cloud Evolution page.
PO.DAAC is taking steps to help our users with this cloud data migration. This is the first of several upcoming announcements. It lays out the data migration timeline and the collected resources for better understanding the PO.DAAC cloud data access. Below you will find the necessary details to start the transition of your PO.DAAC data access endpoints to....
To read entire announcement, please see:
https://podaac.jpl.nasa.gov/announcemen ... data-Cloud