Jetstream2 Cloud HPC System Enters Production

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Jetstream2, a collaborative cloud HPC system spread across five institutions, has entered full production following an early operations phase that began earlier Read more…

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John Towns, principal investigator of the Extreme Science and Engineering Discovery Environment (XSEDE), gave an overview of the soon-to-complete NSF-funded cyb Read more…

Testing the Cloud: Assuring Availability

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The ability for enterprises large and small to centralize and outsource increasingly complex IT infrastructure, while at the same time consuming cloud-based IT services on an on-demand basis, promises to transform the economics of doing business. Read more…

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