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|XSEDE User Portal (XUP) Online Service|
The XSEDE User Portal (XUP) provides XSEDE users, collaborators, and staff that have XSEDE accounts access to their "My XSEDE" profile and to information about resources, documentation, allocations, training, and many other resources.
|XSEDE User Portal (XUP) Mobile Online Service|
|Research Software Portal (RSP) Vendor Software XSEDE|
A portal designed to help research software users (researchers, educators, students, application developers), research software developers, and the research computing administrators to work together efficiently by sharing requirements, plans, activity status, and information about software available in any form.
|Research Software Portal (RSP) Online Service|
A portal designed to help research software users (researchers, educators, students, application developers), research software developers, and the research computing administrators to work together efficiently by sharing requirements, plans, activity status, and information about available software.
|XSEDE JIRA Online Service|
|XSEDE MyProxy Online Service|
MyProxy is open source software for managing X.509 Public Key Infrastructure (PKI) security credentials (certificates and private keys).
Note: A cron job that runs at NCSA does an XCDB query to generate the grid-mapfile needed by myproxy.xsede.org. XSEDE Allocations, Accounting & Account Management CI (A3M) staff at NCSA are responsible for that cron job.
|XSEDE Website Online Service|
|XSEDE Globus Connect Server XSEDE Comet Online Service|
Comet is a dedicated XSEDE cluster. This endpoint can be used to access data stored on the Comet file system.
|XSEDE Globus Connect Server XSEDE Kyric Online Service|
Kentucky Research Informatics Cloud (KyRIC) Large Memory Nodes
|XSEDE Globus Connect Server XSEDE PSC bridges Online Service|
Regular Shared Memory nodes each consist of two Intel Xeon EP-series CPUs and 128GB of 2133 MHz DDR4 RAM configured as 8 DIMMs with 16GB per DIMM. A subset of RSM nodes contain NVIDIA Tesla GPUs: 16 nodes will contain two K80 GPUs each. We anticipate adding 32 RSM nodes with two Pascal GPUs each in late 2016. Bridges contains many hundreds of RSM nodes for capacity and flexibility.
|XSEDE Globus Connect Server XSEDE TACC stampede2 Online Service|
The new Stampede2 Dell/Intel Knights Landing (KNL) System is configured with 4204 Dell KNL compute nodes, each with a new stand alone Intel Xeon Phi Knights Landing bootable processor. Each KNL node will include 68 cores, 16GB MCDRAM, 96GB DDR-4 memory and a 200GB SSD drive. Stampede2 will deliver an estimated 13PF of peak performance. Compute nodes have access to dedicated Lustre Parallel file systems totaling 28PB raw, provided by Seagate. An Intel Omni-Path Architecture switch fabric connects the nodes and storage through a fat-tree topology with a point to point bandwidth of 100 Gb/s (unidirectional speed). 16 additional login and management servers complete the system. Later in 2017, Stampede2 Phase 2 consisting of next generation Xeon servers and additional management nodes will be deployed.
|XSEDE Globus Connect Server XSEDE UD DARWIN Online Service|
Collection for XSEDE users to access data on DARWIN
|XSEDE Confluence Wiki Online Service|
|XSEDE Central Database Online Service|
XSEDE central resource accounting and user database.
|XSEDE GitHub Repository Online Service|
|XSEDE Resource Identity Packaged Software XSEDE|
XSEDE Resource Identity
|XSEDE Ticket System Online Service|
XSEDE Ticketing System
|XSEDE Globus Connect Server CU Boulder Research Computing (XSEDE, alternate) Online Service|
|XSEDE Resource Identity (xdresourceid) Vendor Software XSEDE|
XSEDE local resource identifier tool
|XSEDE Data Transfer Logging Vendor Software XSEDE|
XSEDE data transfer configuration.
|XSEDE CA Certificate Installer Packaged Software XSEDE|
XSEDE CA Certificate Installer
|XSEDE Allocation Usage Lookup (xdusage) Vendor Software XSEDE|
XSEDE allocation usage lookup command line client
|XSEDE-Compatible Basic Cluster (XCBC) Packaged Software XSEDE|
XSEDE-Compatible Basic Cluster (XCBC)
|XSEDE Globus Connect Server Globus usage reports incoming on XSEDE XCI Metrics Online Service|
Incoming Globus usage reports on XSEDE XCI Metrics
|XSEDE National Integration Toolkit (XNIT) Vendor Software XSEDE|
Suppose you already have a cluster that you are happy with and you want to add too it software tools that will allow users to use open sources software like that on XSEDE, or other particular pieces of software that you think are important, but you don't want to blow up your cluster to add that capability? XNIT is for you. You can add all of the basic software that is in SCBC, as relocatable RPMs (Resource Package Manger), via a YUM repo . (YUM Stands for Yellowdog Updater, Modified). The RPMs in XNIT allow you to expand the functionality of your cluster, in ways that mimic the setup on an XSEDE cluster. XNIT packages include specific scientific, mathematical, and visualization applications that have been useful on XSEDE systems. Systems administrators may pick and choose what they want to add to their local cluster ; updates may be configured to run automatically or manually. Currently the XNIT repository is available for x86_64 systems running CentOS 6 or 7. Consult the XSEDE Knowledge Base for more information.