- Download / Install Kerberos for Windows
- Using Your HPCMP YubiKey
- Setting up KRB5 for PKINIT / hToken Use
- Using KRB5 with an hToken
- Obtaining a Log File with KRB5
- hToken policy / DoD Approval for use memo
DoD Information Assurance (IA) Training On-Line
NOTE: Most Service Agencies require their own training. Verify with your S/AAA.
- Requires MacroMedia Flash Player
- DoD Information System User Agreement
International Access Policy
Users may access HPCMP resources while traveling outside the United States only with prior HPCMP approval. For guidance on obtaining approval, see the HPCMP's International Access Page for policies and procedures related to international access.
- Non-Allocated Systems
HPCMP understands that not all HPC requirements can be satisfied with our current offering of large HPC clusters running in a shared batch environment. HPCMP is now offering two systems at AFRL DSRC for customers with special requirements.
The Advanced Computational Environment (ACE) includes all aspects of user interface to DoD HPC resources, including but not limited to: programming environments (debuggers, libraries, solvers, higher order languages, performance analysis, prediction and optimization tools); computing platforms (common queuing, clusters, distributed data and metacomputing); reusable parallel algorithms; and user access tools (portal and web-based access to HPC resources).
- User Advocacy Group
The mission of the User Advocacy Group (UAG) is to provide a forum for users of the DoD High Performance Computing Modernization Program's (HPCMP) resources to influence policies and practices of the program; to facilitate the exchange of information between the user community and the HPCMP; to serve as an advocacy group for all HPCMP users; and to advise the DoD High Performance Computing Modernization Program Office (HPCMPO) on policy and operational matters related to the HPCMP.
- Advance Reservation Service
The Advance Reservation Service (ARS) provides a Web-based interface to make reservations on computational resources across the HPCMP. This service allows allocated users to reserve resources at specific times and for specific durations.
Makes every aspect of using High Performance Computing (HPC) systems as easy as possible. Gone is the old command line mode of interacting with the supercomputers. By unifying task management within one site, it eases the learning curve for those new to HPC, while offering a graphical, access point to the more experienced user. From job submission to file management to script generation to data storage - ezHPC offers fast, secure access from the user's computer to Program resources.
Tackles visualization problems faced by the researcher in two ways. The non-interactive, batch visualization capability allows researchers to create images from their data while it still resides on the supercomputer. Once produced, these images, which are less than a few megabytes in size, can then be moved easily to the researcher's workstation for validity. ezVIZ is a cross-platform, open-source visualization system based on ParaView and the Visualization Toolkit (VTK); Mesa, an open-source system for rendering interactive 3D graphics; and other available libraries.
- Visual Queue
Visual Queue is a web application that lets you "see" the activity of batch jobs, queues, and HPC machines in your center. It consists of a Java applet that runs on your computer to handle all the drawing and animation as well as a server (on your end) that supplies your applet with all the information it needs about jobs, queues, mach ines, and events to make the visualization possible.
Last modified: May 03, 2013