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NoleStor Available

We are happy to announce our newest service for researchers at FSU: NoleStor. NoleStor is a general-purpose, cloud-based file system that makes it easy to access and share research data.

All RCC users are entitled to 5gb of storage on the system and can purchase more if needed.

Key features of NoleStor include:
  • Sync and share research data using a simple Dropbox-like interface
  • Mount NoleStor volumes directly on your desktops and laptops using WebDAV
  • Access your data from mobile devices
  • Optionally replicate critical data to an offsite location
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Announcements

Hadoop Lunch & Learn
May 20

Connie Woodward will discuss HADOOP basics.
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Linux101 Workshop
June 5 thru June 26

Join us for a four-part Linux training workshop.
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MPI Workshop
July 10 thru July 31

Join us for a four-part MPI workshop.
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Welcome, Bin Chen!

The RCC is excited to welcome our newest team member, Bin Chen, PhD. Dr. Chen is originally from China. He obtained a M.A. in mathematics and a PhD in astrophysics from the University of Oklahoma in 2011. Dr. Chen joins our team as an applications specialist.
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Buy-In Reminder
We are soliciting buy-ins for the 2014-2015 fiscal year. If you need computing, storage, virtualization, or dedicated consulting resources, please get in touch with us as soon as possible to get the best pricing and service.
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OpenStack Virtualization Upgrades

If you are using the "SKY" VM system, you can look forward to upgrades in the coming weeks. We have just deployed a new version of our OpenStack cluster, which includes new software (OpenStack Havana) and a completely new hardware stack.

The new stack will result in better performance, more reliable operation, and better self-service capabilities for SKY users.
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Blender: Open Source Rendering on the HPC

We are regularly adding new software packages on our systems. This month, we've added several packages, notably Blender, which is an open source rendering package.

The addition of Blender to our catalog enables users to perform large render jobs on the most powerful system at Florida State University: The High Performance Computing cluster.

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Florida State University
400 Dirac Science Library
TallahasseeFL 32306

support@rcc.fsu.edu

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