Last update: July 20, 2018
First time here? Check out the Resource Info page to learn about the resources available, and then visit the Startup page to get going! Startup, Campus Champions, and Education Allocation requests may be submitted at any time throughout the year.
Request End Dates for Education Allocations: Education Allocations can now be requested to align with the semester or training course period being taught. See the Education Allocations page for details.
Final Reports New!
See the XSEDE Resources Catalog for a complete list of XSEDE compute, visualization and storage resources, and more details on the new systems.
The Science Gateways Community Institute (SGCI) is a new Level Two XSEDE Service Provider. SGCI helps its clients build science gateways, at any stage of development, through online and in-person resources and services. This is in contrast to XSEDE's ECSS program which helps existing science gateways connect to XSEDE resources.
SGCI can provide specialized long- or short-term consulting services for hands-on, custom development as well as advice from seasoned experts. Expertise covers many areas - technology selection, usability, graphic design, cybersecurity, licensing and more. Expertise can be provided regardless of the type of gateway (citizen science, compute intensive, data portal, etc.) or the resources used (campus resources, XSEDE, cloud).
Consult the Science Gateways Community Institute site for more information.
The Texas Advanced Computing Center's (TACC) new resource, Stampede2, is now in full production. The 18 petaflop national resource builds on the successes of the original Stampede system it replaces.
The first phase, of the Stampede2 rollout features the second generation of processors based on Intel's Many Integrated Core (MIC) architecture. These 4,200 Knights Landing (KNL) nodes represent a radical break with the first generation Knights Corner (KNC) MIC coprocessor. Unlike the legacy KNC, a Stampede KNL is not a coprocessor: each 68-core KNL is a stand-alone, self-booting processor that is the sole processor in its node.
Phase 2, now deployed, has added approximately 50% of additional compute power to the system as a whole via the integration of 1,736 Intel Xeon (Skylake) nodes. Now fully deployed, Stampede2 will deliver twice the performance of the original Stampede system.
Please note that Stampede2 is allocated in node-hour, NOT core-hour service units (SU)s. An SU is defined as 1 wall-clock node hour.
These retiring resources, listed below, are not available for new or renewal research requests.
- SuperMIC, the Xeon Phi cluster operated by Louisiana State University's Center for Computation & Technology, is no longer available for new or renewal allocations. LSU CCT and SuperMIC will continue to support all currently active allocations.
- Maverick, TACC's Interactive Visualization and Data Analytics System, is no longer available to XSEDE users as of April 1, 2018.
Continuing this submission period, access to XSEDE storage resources along with compute resources will need to be requested and justified, both in the XSEDE Resource Allocation System (XRAS) and in the body of the proposal's main document. The following XSEDE sites will be offering allocatable storage facilities, these are:
- IU/TACC Jetstream - required when requesting IU/TACC Jetstream
- PSC Pylon - required when requesting PSC Bridges, Regular or Large Memory
- SDSC Data Oasis - required when requesting SDSC Comet or Comet GPU
- TACC Ranch - required when requesting TACC Stampede2
- TACC Wrangler - required when requesting TACC Wrangler
Storage needs have always been part of allocation requests, however, XSEDE will be enforcing the storage awards in unison with the storage sites. Please vist XSEDE's Storage page for more info.