Open OnDemand

Our website contains general information about the Open OnDemand project.

Community contributions

Throughout this documentation we will start highlighting community contributions to the project, including linking to external useful projects or extensions such as PSC’s Jupyter Notebook extension for manipulating the environment post launch.

Note

If you have an app or extension that may be useful to others in the OnDemand community please share on our Discourse instance and we can then also add it to this documentation site.

Special Thanks

These are institutions who were early adopters or provided HPC resources for development and testing of the resource manager adapters currently available. The success of this project would not be possible without their generous support (in alphabetical order):

  • Bowdoin College. For early adoption and feedback with the SGE adapter.
  • Oregon State University. For early adoption and feedback with the SGE adapter.
  • Pittsburgh Supercomputer Center. This work used the Bridges system, which is supported by NSF award number ACI-1445606, at the Pittsburgh Supercomputing Center (PSC). For early adoption and help with the Slurm adapter, platform feedback, and webinar participation.
  • Texas A&M High Performance Research Computing. Portions of this research were conducted with the advanced computing resources provided by Texas A&M High Performance Research Computing. For early adoption and help with the LSF adapter, platform feedback.
  • Tufts Technology Services HPC Research Computing for early adoption and help with Slurm adapter development, platform feedback, and webinar participation.
  • University of Arizona HPC. An allocation of computer time from the UA Research Computing High Performance Computing (HPC) at the University of Arizona is gratefully acknowledged. For early adoption and help with the PBSPro adapter, platform feedback.
  • University at Buffalo Center for Computational Research. For early adoption, platform feedback, and collaboration on the next major version of Open OnDemand, 2.0.
  • UCLA Institute for Digital Research and Education. This work used computational and storage services associated with the Hoffman2 Shared Cluster provided by UCLA Institute for Digital Research and Education’s Research Technology Group. For help with the SGE adapter.