Presented by Von Welch and Randy Heiland, Pervasive Technology Institute
Our information technology (IT) infrastructure is not perfect and data can be corrupted by means both malicious and random. This talk covers some of the issues with IT infrastructure that lets data corruption creep in and NSF-funded work by the authors to augment a popular workflow management system (Pegasus) to provide increases scientific data assurances.
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