- Awarded $3 million from New York State to create the center of excellence in cloud computing and analytics
- Building on $4 million in economic development from the NYSTAR- funded Center for Collaborative and On-Demand Computing
- Leveraging cutting-edge technology and training capabilities with faculty and student expertise
- Providing access to the internationally renowned Institute for Data Center Professionals, delivering quality education and training across the globe through the cloud
We offer an enterprise analytics environment accessible through our secure cloud. With our help, researchers and SMBs interested in big data and analytics can extract actionable insights and shape desirable outcomes, turning massive amounts of data into information. Products include Netezza, Cognos, SPSS, Hadoop, TM1, and many others.
We can work with any business to help develop solutions that meet your needs so you can exploit data and drive growth.
Enterprise Computing Research Lab
The Marist ECRL contains, among other exciting projects, our test enviroment for Software Defined Networking (SDN) where our students and faculty are researching the latest in networking technology. The CCAC, in conjunction with our experienced faculty and talented students in the ECRL, can help companies to test new networking products, prototype interoperability and compliance solutions, work on developing new technology, and brainstorm with our customers about new research opportunities... all to help you bring your products to market faster.
Training and Workforce Development
Leveraging the Institute for Data Center Professionals (IDCP), z/OS Knowledge Center, and Virtual Computing Lab at Marist College, we provide critical education and training through the cloud.
Established with funding from the National Science Foundation, the IDCP offers comprehensive, instructor-led, online certificate programs in data center technologies, cloud computing, business analytics, and enterprise computing. Offerings include z/OS education for system programmers and various application programming tracks, including but not limited to COBOL, Assembler, IMS, and DB2.
Free, self-paced Massive, Open Online Courses (MOOCs) are available online. Current offerings include the following courses:
- Introduction to Enterprise Computing
- Software Defined Networking
- Mobile Application Development
Our facility has been established to nurture startup businesses during their early months or years. We can provide office space, shared services, hands-on management training, marketing support, workforce training, and referrals to angel and venture financing resources.
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