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Transparent use of commercial cloud resources for scientific experiments is a hard problem. In this article, we describe the first steps of the Data Ocean R&D collaboration between the high-energy physics experiment ATLAS together with Google Cloud Platform, to allow seamless use of Google Compute Engine and Google Cloud Storage for physics analysis. We start by describing the three preliminary use cases that were identified at the beginning of the project. The following sections then detaildoi:10.1051/epjconf/201921404020 fatcat:bjvgjrgczrezjk247kylpc4v3e