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December 1, 2020 – PACE Users will have Access to Rich Datacenter Disabled (This does not apply to users accessing CUI resources in Rich)

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Dear PACE Users,

In the past couple months, we have reached out to research groups with regards to the required user migrations from Rich to CODA datacenter.  At this time we are actively migrating users into CODA, and we have another migration of research groups scheduled for December 1st.  In an abundance of caution, if you have not received an email about your migration to CODA datacenter, please contact PACE about your migration at your earliest convenience.

What is happening:  On December 1, the remaining PACE users (non-CUI) in the Rich datacenter will have their access disabled as part of the last migration to CODA datacenter that starts on December 1.  Please note, this does not apply to CUI resources and their user migrations at this time.

Who does this message impact, and what should I do:  If you are NOT already migrated to CODA, in the process of migrating to CODA, or received an email from PACE research scientist about your planned migration to CODA, then please contact pace-support@oit.gatech.edu so that we may address your migration and prevent interruption to your research as we disable access to Rich datacenter.

This message is being sent out of abundance of caution to ensure that no user is left behind in Rich datacenter as we disable access to all non-CUI resources in Rich datacenter on December 1, 2020.   If you have any questions or concerns, please direct them to pace-support@oit.gatech.edu.

Best,

The PACE Team

 

 

 

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