Blue BioUDAVinCI Getting Started
Blue Gene/QGetting Started
Pending decommission: August 30th, 2019
NOTS Getting StartedNOTS
PowerOmics Getting Started
- Decommissioned Clusters
ADA July 15th, 2011
- RTC March 15th, 2009
- SUGAR July 1st, 2014
- Blue Gene/P June 3rd, 2015
STIC Jan January 29th, 2016
Blue BioU August 21st, 2018
Blue Gene/Q December 31st, 2018
- Part of the mission of the CRC is to serve as an onramp for our researchers to scale their problems up to the minimum size requirements at big national supercomputing resources. One such national resource is the Extreme Science and Engineering Discovery Environment or XSEDE
Research Data Facility (RDF)
When you’re project your project won’t fit on, or shouldn’t be on, an external hard disk.
High-speed data transfer
When your project is too big for a regular FTP transfer. Specialized, NSF-funded infrastructure for moving large-scale data sets
DTN/DTN2/DTN HA (Globus Data transfer nodes) Getting Started
Science DMZ (documentation coming soon)
Help with Visualization of data.
Help when your project needs virtual machines.
- Commercial options currently available through Amazon AWS and Google Cloud Computing. The CRC can help you to get a quote and even to get started. Google currently offers $300 in credits to new users.
- Owl Research Infrastructure Open Nebula (ORION) VM Pool on Rice Campus. Contact the CRC for more information via ticket. Getting started
- Decommissioned Resources
Shared Pool of Integrated Computing Environments (SPICE) Decommissioned: March 27th, 2018