Researchers, data scientists, and students can now more easily analyze sensitive data on the Armis2 High-Performance Computing (HPC) Cluster. No Linux knowledge required, just a web browser, an account, and a login.
This is made possible by a web interface called Open OnDemand, and is provided by Advanced Research Computing (ARC).
“It is now much easier to analyze sensitive data, without investing hours in training. This makes the Open OnDemand tool more accessible and user-friendly. I’m excited to see the research breakthroughs that happen now that a significant barrier has been removed,” said Matt Britt, ARC HPC manager.
Open OnDemand offers easy file management, command-line access to the Armis2 HPC cluster, job management and monitoring, and graphical desktop environments and desktop interactive applications such as RStudio, MATLAB, and Jupyter Notebook.
Resource: Getting started (Web-based Open OnDemand) – section 1.2. For assistance or questions, please contact ARC at firstname.lastname@example.org.
ARC is a division of Information and Technology Services (ITS).