Executive Summary: A researcher wants to consume more resources than they have been allocated and is willing to run at a discounted rate and a lower quality of service to have access to additional computing resources. The researcher may be running out of allocated resources, or may know up front that they need more resources than they have access to, and are therefore willing to use a lower quality of service, which includes the possibility of job interruption, in order to be charged a discounted rate.
Explore with SPs and the RDR and XUP teams how best to document discounted queue availability and eligibility requirements.
Estimate total effort by all participants under 1 person week (40 hours).
|Component||User facing?||Component’s role in the capability|
|Resource Description Repository (RDR)||no||Could be used by Service Providers to publish discounted queue availability and eligibility requirements.|
|XSEDE User Portal (XUP)||yes||Displays information published by Service Providers about discounted queue availability on resources and eligibility requirements. This information may be entered as static documentation in the user portal, or may be retrieved from RDR.|