A joint funding bid has led to the creation of the Hub for High Performance Informatics or HPHI. The HPHI platform has a percentage of its resources in use by its stake holders but there is still sufficient resource to consider expressions of interest by research groups across the School of Clinical Medicine.
The HPHI infrastructure consists of:
- Private nodes attached to the Darwin cluster, 48 standard nodes and 5 large ram nodes. These nodes will be migrated over to the CSD3 cluster in March. Access is via dedicated login nodes.
- 4 PB of high performance lustre/RDS storage accessible from the Darwin/CSD3 clusters.
- Open Stack virtualisation platform for research computing virtual machines and 300TB of resilient NAS storage presented as RFS (Research File Store).
Call for expression of interest
Research groups within the School of Clinical Medicine can submit an expression of interest to utilise this resource. This can be done by completing the form below with brief details of their project. This expression of interest will be used to inform allocation of this resource by the HPHI Oversight Committee.