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Pacific Research Platform

by John Graham last modified Aug 17, 2018 12:27 PM

 

The PRP is a partnership of more than 50 institutions, led by researchers at UC San Diego and UC Berkeley and includes the National Science Foundation, Department of Energy, and multiple research universities in the US and around the world. The PRP builds on the optical backbone of Pacific Wave, a joint project of CENIC and the Pacific Northwest GigaPOP (PNWGP) to create a seamless research platform that encourages collaboration on a broad range of data-intensive fields and projects. Particle physics, astronomy, biomedical sciences, earth sciences, scalable data visualization, are just a few of the fields to benefit from the PRP. Learn more about current PRP Projects here.

 

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The PRP gridftp MaDDash was migrated into a Kubernetes Hyperconverged cluster made from the PRP DTNs https://nautilus.optiputer.net/ 

This is part of an upgrade to the storage and RAM on all the

PRP provided nodes. The PRP MaDDash has moved https://perfsonar.nautilus.optiputer.net/maddash-webui/

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NRP in the news:  Read the WRAL TechWire story

 

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Join the PRP Listserv https://mailman.ucsd.edu/mailman/listinfo/prp-l

Join the PRP RocketChat https://rocket.nautilus.optiputer.net/

Join the PRP Slack Channel https://prp-chat.slack.com

Learn About Joining The PRP
If you're interested in joining the PRP collaboration, please contact Mark Yashar.
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