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|XSEDE GitHub Repository Online Service|
|XSEDE Confluence Wiki Online Service|
|XSEDE Central Database Online Service|
XSEDE central resource accounting and user database.
|XSEDE Moodle Courses Online Service|
|XSEDE Subversion Repository Online Service|
|XSEDE Resource Identity (xdresourceid) Packaged Software XSEDE|
XSEDE Resource Identity
|XSEDE Central Database (XCDB) Vendor Software XSEDE|
XSEDE central resource accounting and user database
|XSEDE Information CLI (xdinfo) Vendor Software XSEDE|
XSEDE information services command line query tool
|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 Single Sign-On Hub Online Service|
XSEDE Single Sign-On Hub (login.xsede.org)
Note: Uses direct database query to XCDB in order to get active account information.
|Globus Toolkit GridFTP Service Vendor Software|
Globus Toolkit GridFTP Services
|Information Services Vendor Software XSEDE|
XSEDE Information Services (IS)
|Genesis II Vendor Software|
Genesis II distributed computing platform
|Kerberos Vendor Software|
Kerberos is a network authentication protocol. It is designed to provide strong authentication for client/server applications by using secret-key cryptography. A free implementation of this protocol is available from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Kerberos is available in many commercial products as well.
|MyProxy Vendor Software NCSA|
MyProxy is open source software for managing X.509 Public Key Infrastructure (PKI) security credentials (certificates and private keys). MyProxy combines an online credential repository with an online certificate authority to allow users to securely obtain credentials when and where needed. Users run myproxy-logon to authenticate and obtain credentials, including trusted CA certificates and Certificate Revocation Lists (CRLs).
Storing credentials in a MyProxy repository allows users to easily obtain RFC 3820 proxy credentials, without worrying about managing private key and certificate files. They can use MyProxy to delegate credentials to services acting on their behalf (like a grid portal) by storing credentials in the MyProxy repository and sending the MyProxy passphrase to the service. They can also use MyProxy to renew their credentials, so, for example, long-running jobs don't fail because of expired credentials. A professionally managed MyProxy server can provide a more secure storage location for private keys than typical end-user systems. MyProxy can be configured to encrypt all private keys in the repository with user-chosen passphrases, with server-enforced policies for passphrase quality. By using a proxy credential delegation protocol, MyProxy allows users to obtain proxy credentials when needed without ever transferring private keys over the network.
For users that don't already have PKI credentials, the MyProxy Certificate Authority (CA) provides a convenient method for obtaining them. The MyProxy CA issues short-lived session credentials to authenticated users. The repository and CA functionality can be combined in one service or can be used separately.
MyProxy provides a set of flexible authentication and authorization mechanisms for controlling access to credentials. Server-wide policies allow the MyProxy administrator to control how credentials may be used. Per-credential policies provide additional controls for credential owners. MyProxy supports multiple authentication mechanisms, including passphrase, certificate, Kerberos, OAuth, SAML, OpenID, Pubcookie, VOMS, PAM, LDAP, RADIUS, SASL, Moonshot, and One Time Passwords (OTP).
|cmake Executable Software|
cmake Version 3.12.1
|petsc Executable Software|
petsc Version 3.15-complexi64
|pigz Executable Software|
pigz Version 2.4
|slepc Executable Software|
slepc Version 3.11-uni
|mvapich2 Executable Software|
mvapich2 Version 2.3.5
|QuantumEspresso Executable Software|
QuantumEspresso Version 6.6
|ccl Executable Software|
ccl Version 2021.1.1
|Service Provider Mass Storage Systems Online Service|
Some XSEDE Service Providers (SPs) offer mass storage systems. These systems provide orders of magnitude more data storage than personal or (most) academic departmental storage systems and are intended to facilitate high-end scientific computing and data analysis activities. These mass storage systems are nearly always accessible via the command-line interface offered by the SP's computation resources. Some SPs also offer other interfaces to their mass storage systems (e.g., GridFTP, Globus, and similar network interfaces).
|Singularity Container Collaboration and Registry Online Service|
Online Singularity Container Collaboration Services and Registry