Duke Research Computing & Support Services is part of the Duke Office of Information Technology and all services are developed and supported by an OIT cross-functional team with deep technical expertise in high performance computing, storage, and research software development. Research computing services, through faculty/PI sponsorship, are available to all researchers at Duke.

Duke Research Computing offers wide-ranging education and training opportunities to the Duke community and seeks in its activities to bring researchers together who apply computational and quantitative methods to every field represented in the University’s faculty.

System-wide RC Maintenance Outage 1/2-1/6

Planning has started for the annual Research Computing maintenance. Current timeline is a planned outage from 1/2-1/6.  More to come as planning progresses.

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Duke Box now available through Globus

A new Globus endpoint, named Duke Globus Box Connection,  is now available to support movement of research data to and from Box. This service can be used with any other Globus endpoint to move data to and from Box, including the Duke Compute Cluster endpoint and Globus Personal Connect to move data to and from …

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