The OU Supercomputing Center for Education & Research (OSCER), a division of OU Information Technology, helps undergraduates, grad students, faculty and staff to learn and use advanced computing in their science and engineering research and education. OSCER offers several high quality and high availability services for education and research.
With over 10,000 CPU cores, 23TB of RAM and 450TB of usable hard disk space, OU’s newest supercomputer - Schooner has the capacity to run your most challenging jobs.
OU Research Disk (OURdisk) is a large scale, high performance, Ceph disk resource available in multiples of ~9.3 TB of usable capacity.
OSCER maintains an extensible petascale storage instrument – the OU & Regional Research Store tape archive– that combines capacity for multiple Petabytes (millions of GB) of each of disk and redundant tape backup, to enable faculty, staff, postdocs, graduate students and undergraduates at institutions across Oklahoma to build large and growing data collections.
The OU Research Cloud (“OURcloud”) allows research teams to create new virtual servers without having to acquire, deploy and manage physical resources themselves, not only simplifying the process of expanding computing resources but also professionalizing resource management.
More information about OSCER and OSCER servives is available at the OSCER webpage.