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University IT Service Catalogue

 

Research Support, Data and Computing

Research Computing

A repository of systems to enhance computing performance, integration, procurement, storage etc.

High Performance Computing

 

High Performance Computing (HPC) pools computing power from many processors, memories and disks in clusters in order to solve problems that require a large-scale computation. HPC is used to handle large sets of data or especially complex tasks. Cambridge...


Research Computing Consultancy

 

Consultation services assisting researchers in the design, procurement, integration and management of private High Performance Computing or storage systems. It comprises advice on the design and procurement of private HPC clusters and specialised storage, integration and...


Revision Control Systems

 

University Information Services (UIS) support University institutions and research groups who have a need for Software Configuration Management (SCM) by providing a revision control repository. It allows software developers to manage code changes safely and economically...


Research Grant Administration

Find out what efficient and timely support is provided when applying for research grants and funding.

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Research Support

Services and support for researchers, providing links for information and knowledge share.

Digital Humanities

 

The service supports researchers in the Humanities with advice on digital methods and infrastructure. It works alongside the peer-led Digital Humanities Network at Cambridge University which provides local and national...


High Performance Computing

 

High Performance Computing (HPC) pools computing power from many processors, memories and disks in clusters in order to solve problems that require a large-scale computation. HPC is used to handle large sets of data or especially complex tasks. Cambridge...


Research Computing Consultancy

 

Consultation services assisting researchers in the design, procurement, integration and management of private High Performance Computing or storage systems. It comprises advice on the design and procurement of private HPC clusters and specialised storage, integration and...


Servers, Data Storage and Backup

University system platforms to support data storage, hosting services, server provision and more.

Backup

 

The University Information Services (UIS) offer a managed backup service within its institutional support framework. The backup service helps IT practitioners to ensure data safety and reduce the administrative burden for participating institutions.

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Data Storage

The UIS provides a range of data storage solutions, catering for the need of individual, groups, institutions and researchers. Data storage solution range for low capacity personal drives to high performance “big data” storage.

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High Performance Computing

 

High Performance Computing (HPC) pools computing power from many processors, memories and disks in clusters in order to solve problems that require a large-scale computation. HPC is used to handle large sets of data or especially complex tasks. Cambridge...


Hosting Services

University Information Services (UIS) operate and manage a number of hosting facilities for internal and external server space needs. These facilities provide differing levels of resilience and security, allowing UIS to offer services appropriate to the specific requirements of other...


Research Computing Consultancy

 

Consultation services assisting researchers in the design, procurement, integration and management of private High Performance Computing or storage systems. It comprises advice on the design and procurement of private HPC clusters and specialised storage, integration and...


Server Provision

University Information Services (UIS) provide expert assistance twith identifying the most suitable server hardware for virtual server offerings.  Once chosen, the virtualization-enabled server may then be deployed in one of the University's data centres as either a managed or...