Yottabyte Research Cloud

The Yottabyte Research Cloud provides efficient access to secure, customized computing environments.

Flux

Flux is U-M's shared high performance computing cluster, consisting of more than 27,000 cores with at least 4MB of RAM per core.

OSiRIS

OSiRIS is a collaboration between U-M, Wayne State University, Michigan State University and Indiana University to build a distributed, multi-institutional storage infrastructure.

ConFlux

The ConFlux cluster combines the computing power of HPC with the analytical power of massive data sets.

Turbo Research Storage

Turbo is a high-capacity, fast, reliable, and secure data storage service that allows investigators across U-M to connect their data to the computing resources necessary for their research.

Flux On Demand

Flux on Demand (FOD) allows users to run jobs as needed without committing to a month-long allocation.

Armis (HIPAA-aligned HPC Cluster)

The Armis cluster brings the power of HPC to bear on sensitive data.

Amazon Web Services

AWS provides a broad range of compute nodes and clusters, database engines and web development tools. U-M has an enterprise agreement with AWS providing certain benefits to U-M users, and ARC-TS awards credits for AWS services based on a competitive bid process.

Globus

Globus is a robust cloud-based file transfer service. U-M is a Globus Provider for the U-M community, which allows some U-M resources to serve as endpoints for file transfers.

MI Database

MiDatabase provides shared or dedicated instances of MS SQL and MySQL, both of which can be easily accessed from the ARC-TS computing resources.

MI Server

MiServer is a virtual server environment managed by ITS. Choose either the core service, where you are the system administrator and install all software, or select a managed operating system (OS) at no additional cost, which allows you to focus on managing applications instead of the OS.

MI Storage

MiStorage is designed to provide a cost-effective way for University researchers (and others with large storage needs) to store large amounts of data in a centralized location.

ARC-TS Storage

Several levels of data storage are provided with an allocation of ARC-TS HPC services, varying by capacity, I/O rate, and longevity of storage.

XSEDE

XSEDE is an open scientific discovery infrastructure combining leadership class resources at eleven partner sites to create an integrated, persistent computational resource.

Flux Operating Environment

FOE allows researchers to place their own hardware within the Flux cluster.

Intel Xeon Phi

Flux has eight Intel Xeon Phi co-processors that are available as a technology preview.

GPUs

The Flux HPC cluster has 40 NVIDIA K20x GPUs available for researchers who have applications that can benefit from the acceleration provided by GPU co-processors.

Large Memory Flux

The Flux HPC cluster has 360 cores with larger amounts of RAM — about 25GB per core, or 1TB in a 40-core node.

Data Science Cluster (Hadoop)

The Data Science Platform is an upgraded Hadoop cluster currently available as a technology preview with no associated charges to U-M researchers.

Global Environment for Network Innovations (GENI)

GENI provides a virtual laboratory for networking and distributed systems research and education.