U-M has service agreements with three public cloud services providers: Amazon Web Services (AWS), Google Cloud Platform (GCP), and Microsoft Azure.

For details, see the University Record article published January 12, 2018.

Additional information on services provided, how to order, and pricing are available at the webpages below:

Support for researchers

ARC-TS provides consulting support for researchers interested in using public cloud services. Contact us at arcts-support@umich.edu for assistance.

Order Service

To take advantage of U-M’s agreements with public cloud providers, follow these links:

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