Blue Storage Inaccessible
At about 2pm on 26 October, 2022, Blue Storage on HiPerGator went out of service due to an heat-related problem with the storage. The storage controllers have returned to service, but there is something preventing the storage from being brought back online. A severity one case has been opened with the storage manufacturer, and Research Computing staff are working to bring the storage back online.
UF Research Computing Git Server to be deactivated
The UF Research Computing Git server will be deactivated on September 12th, 2022. Users who have information will be notified that this service will be removed, and it is recommended that they place the data on this server in a different location.
University of Florida's HiPerGator 3 is an AI Powerhouse
HiperGator3 is the high-performance computing cluster run by the team at the University of Florida Information Technology Research Computing center.
UF Superior Accomplisment Awards
Craig Prescott of UF Research Computing wins the annual campus-wide Superior Accomplishment award
Higher Education And Regulated Research Community Of Practice (RRCoP)
When it comes to implementing efficient and effective information security programs, higher education institutions can use all the help they can get. That's where the RRCoP community comes in.
Research Computing 2021 End-of-Year Status
The end of 2021 is here, and many things have happened within Research Computing over the past year. Read on to see the various things that we have accomplished.
Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA) for Research Computing
UF is enabling multi-factor authentication (MFA) for HiPerGator and all ancillary services on October 18, 2021.
HiPerGator AI Achieves Highest Top500 Ranking For UF
HiPerGator-AI placed 22nd in the Top 500 list for supercomputers in the world and 2nd on the Green500 list, which measures performance against energy utilization.
HiPerGator AI mentioned in HPCwire article for #2 placement on Green500 List
The Green500’s second place finisher is HiPerGator AI of the University of Florida, delivering 29.52 gigaflops-per-watt power efficiency.