High Performance Computing (HPC) Clusters

Who can use it?

Students, Faculty, Staff

What is it?

The Caviness cluster, UD’s third Community Cluster, was deployed in July 2018 and is a distributed-memory Linux cluster.


Where to get it?

Click on the Request Service button


How to use it?

Check the UD HPC wiki for specific information.  If you are unable to find the information you're looking for, click on the Request Service Button

What are the charges, options & fees?

UD’s community cluster is designed to be a resource to the entire UD research community. Information Technologies (IT) provides the infrastructure, absorbs 50% of the cost of the cluster, and consolidates the purchasing to save the investors’ money. Investors only buy the computing power that they need without the ongoing financial liability of running and maintaining their own clusters. If you are interested in buying into the cluster, please click on the Request Service Button.

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Service Type
The IT Strategic Plan identified three types of Services: Core, Consortium and Specialized