Hi all. I have developed a Bokeh app for manually labelling features in three-dimensional medical image data, which I am hoping that my university students can use to undertake remote projects (due to covid-19 restrictions).
My original plan was to use one of my desktop workstations on the university network to host the app (alongside approx. 1TB of image data) and for the students to access it via SSH tunneling. However, the university network is now running very slowly due to everyone remote working, and I’ve just been told that the workstation I had in mind has been destroyed in a flooding incident (don’t ask…!).
So, I’m looking for suggestions for cloud-based solutions that would: 1) allow me to use SSH tunneling (or some other secure mechanism) for serving and accessing the bokeh app; 2) allow me to store the ~1TB of image data (it’s currently stored on dropbox); and 3) would allow the students to easily downloadthe results of their image labelling sessions for further analysis. Ideally it would be fast and low-cost (free?), but am happy to allocate some cash if required.
Any suggestions very much appreciated!