Changes between Version 66 and Version 67 of WikiStart


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10/28/15 21:19:19 (19 months ago)
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    2525Feel free to keep a pulse on the operation, support and progress of Research Computing System development by subscribing to an RSS feeds available throughout the project. 
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    27 '''Update 2013-03-17:''' We have [http://blogs.uabgrid.uab.edu/jpr/2013/03/were-going-with-openstack/ begun a project with Dell and Inktank] to deploy their [http://www.inktank.com/dell/ OpenStack-Powered cloud solution] on the 192 core, 1TB RAM, and 420TB hardware fabric we acquired in 2012Q4 to provide general purpose storage solutions on the Research Computing System.  Follow the development on this exciting addition to our platform that will usher our research storage and virtualization into production in ~~2013Q2~~2013Q4 (oops).  The OpenStackPlusCeph project page sets the stage and will be the information nexus for our solution. 
     27=== Past Work === 
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    29 === Past Work === 
     29'''Dell OpenStack+Ceph PoC April 2013:''' We have [http://blogs.uabgrid.uab.edu/jpr/2013/03/were-going-with-openstack/ begun a project with Dell and Inktank] to deploy their [http://www.inktank.com/dell/ OpenStack-Powered cloud solution] on the 192 core, 1TB RAM, and 420TB hardware fabric we acquired in 2012Q4 to provide general purpose storage solutions on the Research Computing System.  Follow the development on this exciting addition to our platform that will usher our research storage and virtualization into production in ~~2013Q2~~2013Q4 (oops).  The OpenStackPlusCeph project page sets the stage and will be the information nexus for our solution. 
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    3132Our initial focus was the expansion of HPC resources through grid computing, and the origin of the name "UABgrid". The world wide HPC community gave rise to the grid infrastructure through the [http://www.globus.org Globus Toolkit] and other tools designed to harness resources distributed across many organizations. We continue to develop access to large scale computational resources by leveraging grid interfaces of the [http://opensciencegrid.org Open Science Grid (OSG)] and [http://xsede.org XSEDE].