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===ELSA Open OnDemand Overview===
[https://ondemand.hpc.tcnj.edu/ ELSA's Open OnDemand] system is a browser-based interface to many common HPC workflows. It allows end-users to perform the following tasks on the HPC cluster:
* Create, delete and manipulate directories/folders
* Create, delete, move, rename as well as view and edit text files
* Upload and download files to/from a local computer
* See a list of cluster jobs in the queue (running or waiting) along with some details about each job
* Access a browser-based terminal to a login node or development node to perform command-line tasks
* Launch interactive GUI-based and web-based applications such as a virtual desktop (VDI), various visualization applications and coding environments like Jupyter and RStudio.
* Connect to other web-based applications via a curated menu of URLs.
 
The [http://openondemand.org Open OnDemand project website] contains additional information about the current and future directions of the project.
 
===ELSA Open OnDemand Tour===
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Latest revision as of 17:35, 13 April 2022

ELSA Open OnDemand Overview

ELSA's Open OnDemand system is a browser-based interface to many common HPC workflows. It allows end-users to perform the following tasks on the HPC cluster:

  • Create, delete and manipulate directories/folders
  • Create, delete, move, rename as well as view and edit text files
  • Upload and download files to/from a local computer
  • See a list of cluster jobs in the queue (running or waiting) along with some details about each job
  • Access a browser-based terminal to a login node or development node to perform command-line tasks
  • Launch interactive GUI-based and web-based applications such as a virtual desktop (VDI), various visualization applications and coding environments like Jupyter and RStudio.
  • Connect to other web-based applications via a curated menu of URLs.

The Open OnDemand project website contains additional information about the current and future directions of the project.

ELSA Open OnDemand Tour