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|Bioc3.10_docker_singularity Cloud Image Indiana U|
R+ Bioconductor plus docker and singularityRelated Jetstream resources:
|AUCC-Training Cloud Image Indiana U|
Rstudio enabled image used for AUCC-Training.Related Jetstream resources:
|katz-lab-spike-sorting-18.04 Cloud Image Indiana U|
Ubuntu 18.04 image for spike sorting updated till Oct 19, 2018. Added: anaconda path to /etc/bash.bashrcRelated Jetstream resources:
|OSG Cloud Worker Cloud Image Indiana U|
An OSG worker node which users can use their own token and start expressions. Documentation: https://github.com/opensciencegrid/osgvo-cloud-workerRelated Jetstream resources:
|QIIME2 toolkit Cloud Image Indiana U|
QIIME2 Toolkit- Quantitative Insights into Microbial Ecology is an open-source bioinformatics pipeline for performing microbiome analysis from raw DNA sequencing data.Related Jetstream resources:
|WarbleR_bioacoustics Cloud Image Indiana U|
Added WarbleR for bioacoustic analysisRelated Jetstream resources:
|GenApp Ubuntu 16_04 Dev Docker Cloud Image Indiana U|
GenApp development server for Gateway development based upon Ubuntu 16.04 see http://genapp.rocks for more informationRelated Jetstream resources:
|CAFE Phylogenetics Tutorial Cloud Image Indiana U|
CAFE (Computational Analysis of gene Family Evolution) is an application that analyzes changes in gene family size in a way that accounts for phylogenetic history and provides a statistical foundation for evolutionary inferences. This image includes a tutorial for a full CAFE pipeline including the applications CAFE, BLAST, MCL and r8s.Related Jetstream resources:
|VJC_R3_4_1_Bioconductor_hdfs v.1.0 Cloud Image Indiana U|
The image has R 3.4 with hdfserver running.Related Jetstream resources:
|Globus Toolkit Vendor Software|
The open source Globus® Toolkit is a fundamental enabling technology for the "Grid," letting people share computing power, databases, and other tools securely online across corporate, institutional, and geographic boundaries without sacrificing local autonomy. The toolkit includes software services and libraries for resource monitoring, discovery, and management, plus security and file management.
|Resource Description Repository (RDR) Vendor Software XSEDE|
The Resource Description Repository (RDR) is XSEDE's central repository for static manually maintained information about HPC, HTC, Storage, and Visualization resources
|AMIE Vendor Software XSEDE|
XSEDE local account and accounting transaction transport
|Globus Auth Vendor Software|
Globus Auth is a foundational identity and access management (IAM) platform service, used for brokering authentication and authorization interactions between end-users, identity providers, resource servers (services), and clients (including web, mobile, desktop, and command line applications, and other services).
The goal of Globus Auth is to enable an extensible, integrated ecosystem of services and clients for the research and education community. A typical research/education end-user has many identities, issued by different identity providers (e.g., universities, national laboratories, software-as-a-service (SaaS) web applications, commercial services). This end-user uses various application clients (e.g., web, mobile, desktop, command line). These clients leverage a variety of web/cloud services, from many providers, and these services even leverage each other. Globus Auth provides the security glue to allow end-users to easily access this ecosystem of clients and services. It also makes it possible for an extensible set of identity, client, and service providers to participate in this ecosystem and to leverage each other’s capabilities while providing end-users with a consistent user experience.
Globus Auth is compliant with the OAuth2 and OpenID Connect standards, but extends them to support use cases that are beyond the scope of those standards. Compliant OAuth2 and OpenID Connect clients should work with Globus Auth with little or no changes.
|XCRI Cluster Monitoring Toolkit Vendor Software XSEDE|
XCRI offers a Cluster Monitoring toolkit - compatible with the XCBC or any OpenHPC cluster running Warewulf, that allows sites to install tools that monitor both cluster health and job statistics. The toolkit allows administrators to generate fine-grained reports of usage based on users, projects, and job types, which can be a great aid in keeping track of ROI or justifying future funding.
|XCRI Virtual Cluster Vendor Software XSEDE|
Recipe to deploy a Virtual HPC resource on the Jetstream Cooud.
|Docker Hub Vendor Software|
Service that makes it easy to create, manage, and deliver docker based container applications.
|Singularity Container Platform Vendor Software|
Enabling and securing your performance critical applications from the core, through the cloud, and out to the edge using containers.
|Google Cloud Platform Vendor Software|
Google Cloud Platform
|Google Cloud Platform Marketplace Vendor Software|
Explore, launch, and manage production-grade solutiosn in just a few clicks
|AWS Marketplace Vendor Software|
AWS Marketplace is a curated digital catalog that makes it easy for customers to find, buy, consume, and manage third-party software, services, and data that customers need to build solutions and run their businesses. AWS Marketplace includes thousands of software listings from popular categories such as security, networking, storage, machine learning, business intelligence, database, and devOps and simplifies software licensing and procurement with flexible pricing options and multiple deployment methods.
|ASK.CYBERINFRASTRUCTURE Vendor Software|
A Q&A platform for researchers, facilitators, sysadmins and others who do research computing
|Jetstream Cloud Portal and Atmosphere Interface Vendor Software|
Cloud-based and on-demand computation, experimentation, and teaching platform.
|Globus Auth Online Service|
|Globus Transfer Online Service|
See Vendor description.
Note: Globus Transfer currently relies on the MyProxy OAuth 1.0 interface.
|XCI Software Usage Metrics Collection Service Online Service|
The XSEDE Software Usage Metrics Collection Services includes an XSEDE-owned and XCI-operated server that collects and stores usage information from the components that make up the XSEDE system, and where software tools used to generate component usage reports can run.