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Hive Gateway Resource Now Available to Campus Champions

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Dear Campus Champion Community,

We are pleased to announce the official release of the Hive Gateway at Georgia Tech’s Partnership for an Advanced Computing Environment (PACE) to the Campus Champion community. The Hive gateway is powered by Apache Airavata, and provides access to a portion of the Hive cluster at GT that is an NSF MRI funded supercomputer that delivers nearly 1 Linpack petaflops of computing power.  For more hardware details see the following link: https://docs.pace.gatech.edu/hive/resources/.

The Hive Gateway is available to *any* XSEDE researcher via federated login (i.e., CILogon), and has a variety of applications available including Abinit, Psi4, NAMD, a python environment with Tensorflow and Keras installed, among others.

Hive Gateway is accessible via https://gateway.hive.pace.gatech.edu

Our user guide is available at: https://docs.pace.gatech.edu/hiveGateway/gettingStarted/ and contains details on the process of getting access.  Briefly, to get access to the Hive gateway, go to “Log In” on the site, select XSEDE credentials via CILogon, which should allow you to log into the gateway and generate a request to our team to approve your gateway access and enable job submissions on the resource.

Please feel free to stop by the Hive gateway site, try it out, and/or direct your researchers to it.

Cheers!

– The PACE Team

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