News Items

  • XSEDE (virtual) Summer HPC Bootcamp to occur June 2 - 5

    XSEDE will be conducting a HPC Workshop: Summer Boot Camp from June 2-5, 2020.  Registration closes May 29 and at publication time, there are only 216 spots out of 500 left, so if you're interested be sure to register right away!

  • May maintenance delayed until at-least August

    Due to the coronavirus pandemic, the hardware maintenance that was previously scheduled for May 4 - 8 is postponed until at-least August. We have not determined specific dates yet, but we are targeting a one-week period sometime in-between the Summer and Fall semesters (August 3 - 21).

  • Introducing OpenOnDemand

    We are currently seeking beta testers for a new tool that we are testing, Open OnDemand, which provides easy web access to the HPC.

  • We're hiring!

    The Research Computing Center (RCC) at Florida State University (FSU) has an open position for the role of HPC Operations Manager. The Operations Manager leads the management, deployment, configuration and the operation of all computer facilities within RCC. This includes mentoring, training, and supervising a team of staff members assigned to HPC systems administration tasks as well as taking the lead on our devops environment.

  • Spring 2020 Maintenance Draft Schedule

    We have developed a draft schedule for our Spring 2020 Maintenance which is scheduled to occur from Monday, May 4 to Friday, May 8.

  • RCC Receives "Gold" Level Sustainability Accolade

    Thanks mainly to the efforts of Mitch Gans, RCC has achieved the highest level "Gold" certification from the FSU Sustainable Campus Office.

  • Upcoming Maintenance: May, 2020

    Starting on Monday, May 4, we will bring down the HPC cluster to perform critical upgrades and other maintenance.

  • Prasad Maddumage featured in FSU ITS "We are IT"

    Our very own Software Application Specialist, Prasad Maddumage, was featured in a personal profile on the ITS website.  Check it out here!

  • Omni-Path Upgrade to InfiniBand

    We are currently working on upgrading our Omni-Path infrastructure to InfiniBand. This will improve both the throughput and reliability of the HPC.

  • New nodes are on their way

    The RCC just completed a purchase from Atipa Technologies for 40 new HPC nodes.