As a part of Academic ITS, Advanced Research Computing is focused both on research and curricular application of computational methods of investigation.

 

Materials are cross listed by categories or departments that use specific software, hardware or services.

 

Two exciting developments are our membership in the XSEDE collaboration and the award of an NSF CC* grant for Network Infrastructure to Support Computational Biology, Computational Science, and Computing Across the Curriculum with The Advanced Computing Group at UMaine and the Jackson Laboratory.

Here are three links for real time network performance.

At Colby: https://gw-213.pfsnr.colby.edu/toolkit/

At UMaine http://perfmon-clby.net.maine.edu/toolkit

At UNH Research group http://perf-rcc.unh.edu/toolkit

 

The northeast research network monitoring can be found at:

throughput, packet loss and path count.

with more explicit (tables of numbers) information on our hosts at:

https://mesh.hpc.rutgers.edu/toolkit/

 

There is much to comment on the above metrics. Two students CP and Theo will be posting shortly on their interpretations of where we are and where we need to be.

 

The best place to start for Data Management Plans here at Colby is http://libguides.colby.edu/c.php?g=649038&p=4551981 .

 

Randall Downer