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Compute[edit]

Overview[edit]

Cedar, Graham and Béluga are similar systems with some differences in interconnect and the number of large memory, small memory and GPU nodes.

Name Description Capacity Status
CC-Cloud Resources

Arbutus
East.cloud

OpenStack IAAS Cloud 7,640 cores In production
(integrates former west.cloud)
Béluga

heterogeneous, general-purpose cluster

  • Serial and small parallel jobs
  • GPU and big memory nodes
34,880 cores In production
Cedar

heterogeneous, general-purpose cluster

  • Serial and small parallel jobs
  • GPU and big memory nodes
  • Small cloud partition
58,416 cores In production
Graham

heterogeneous, general-purpose cluster

  • Serial and small parallel jobs
  • GPU and big memory nodes
  • Small cloud partition
33,376 cores In production
Niagara

homogeneous, large parallel cluster

  • Designed for large parallel jobs > 1000 cores
60,000 cores In production

All systems have large, high-performance attached storage. See National Data Cyberinfrastructure for an overview; follow the links above for individual system for details.

CCDB descriptions[edit]

General descriptions are also available on CCDB:

Compute Canada Data Base