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Hardware

Arbutus (West Cloud or GP1) (west.cloud.computecanada.ca)

Node Count CPU Memory (GB) Local (Ephemeral) Storage Interconnect GPU Total Cores
240 2 x E5-2680 v4 256 4 x 900GB 10k SAS in RAID5 1 x 10GbE N/A 6720
8 2 x E5-2680 v4 512 4 x 900GB 10k SAS in RAID5 2 x 10GbE N/A 224
2 2 x E5-2680 v4 128 4 x 900GB 10k SAS in RAID5 1 x 10GbE 2 x Tesla K80 56
32 2 x E5-2650 v2 256 3 x 600GB 10K SAS in [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Standard_RAID_levels#RAID_0 RAID0 1 x 10GbE N/A 512
8 2 x E5-2650 v2 512 3 x 600GB 10K SAS in RAID0 1 x 10GbE N/A 128

Total compute cores: 7640 (290 nodes)
500 TB of persistent Ceph storage.
78,080 GB of RAM.

East Cloud (east.cloud.computecanada.ca)

Node Count CPU Memory (GB) Local (Ephemeral) Storage Interconnect GPU Total Cores
36 2 x E5-2650 v2 128 2x 1TB SATA 7.2K in RAID0 + SSD bcache 1 x 10GbE N/A 576

Total compute cores: 576
100 TB of persistent Ceph storage.
4,608 GB of RAM

Software

Compute Canada Cloud OpenStack Platform versions as of 19:36, 6 July 2016 (UTC)

  • East Cloud: Newton
  • Arbutus (West Cloud or GP1): Kilo

See the OpenStack releases for a list of all OpenStack versions.

Testing (Rapid Access Service)

A cloud account comes with the following default maximums:

  • 2 instances
  • 4 virtual CPUs
  • 15360 MB RAM
  • 1 external IP address
  • 40 GB persistent storage
  • 2 volumes
  • 2 snapshots

These limits are intended to support development, experimentation, and small, temporary batch workloads. For more details and anticipated changes, see Rapid Access Service. Requests for more resources should be submitted through the national Resource Allocation Competition.