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NASA Image and Video Library's Application Programmers Interface (API) allows automation of imagery uploads for NASA, and gives members of the public the ability to embed content in their own sites and applications. This public site runs on NASA's cloud native "infrastructure-as-a-code" technology enabling on-demand use in the cloud.
Though few will ever have the chance to see these breathtaking sights in person, it just got even easier to feed your space needs online thanks to a new, searchable database from NASA.
While not infinite, NASA's new archive of space images is still pretty big.
Finally, NASA has its universe of images in one happy, searchable place.
Before the launch of this website, each specific NASA Center was responsible for managing the data from its registers, which made difficult for users to find determined material. Now, the specialized company V! Studios has built an Application Program Interface (API) which makes the job less difficult for NASA curators to administrate all the content, establishing a sort of centralizing system easier for both users and system managers.
NASA has migrated its main website and more than 100 other sites and applications to the cloud, achieving millions of dollars in savings in the process.
Project:   NASA Cloud Migration
NASA has migrated 110 websites and applications to the cloud in a cost-cutting technology overhaul … The migrated applications and websites, which previously resided in a commercial data center, now run on Amazon Web Services (AWS), an Amazon Virtual Private Cloud (VPC) or AWS GovCloud.
Project:   NASA Cloud Migration
Once the migration was complete, NASA saw an immediate 40 percent drop in operations and maintenance costs.
Project:   NASA Cloud Migration
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Project:   Sports-Way (SportsAllStars)
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Project:   Mikimoto Website