Monte Goode is a Computer Systems Engineer in the Data Intensive Systems Group, in the Advanced Computing for Science department at Lawrence Berkeley National Lab. He is currently working on cyberinfrastructure for the sciences, most recently focusing on data integration, storage and analysis for network monitoring and workflow systems, with an current focus on current non-relational database tools. Previously, he participated in a collaboration with the Berkeley Water Center at UC Berkeley with an emphasis on environmental informatics and helped to build the Fluxdata.org International Soil Carbon Network datastore. Other previous projects include contributions to the National Fusion Grid and the MyProxy Credential Management Service. He received a MLIS in Library and Information Science from the University of Texas at Austin in 1996 and his fifteen plus year career includes work in both academic and commercial environments.
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