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Liu: Leveraging Crowdsourcing in FEMA-led Response Efforts (pdf)

Guy: Real-Time Data Acquisition, Distribution & Archive (pdf)

Lastowka: Geologic Hazards Science Center Data Delivery and Presentation (pdf)

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Presentations: Slides are available to CDI Members. Please login to download the slides. If you would like to become a member of CDI, please email cdi@usgs.gov.


Presentation Q/A

Q: Is any of the earthquake data considered "released"?
A: Keith Kirk: These data qualify under FSP (Fundamental Science Practices) as web data service. Designed for ‘data in motion’. Individual approved data releases are not required. 502.8 under web data services.


Q: Do you have any advice for other groups that are trying to improve data flow for rapid response?
A: Michelle Guy: Something that helps us to be rapid is to decouple process and presentation. Everything goes back to the common Derived Product Data Distribution Layer, other processes don't have to be able to communicate with each other, there is only one communication mechanism.


Q: What is CI/CD?
A: Lynda Lastowka: Continuous Integration / Continuous Deployment. Integration part is testing. Automated suite of tests, deployment, if test passes it is automatically pushed to production environment. We are using Jenkins to help support these pipelines. Good way to get products out there faster. More reliable than relying on human QC.

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