This changelog is packed! The Chameleon User Meeting Call for Presentations is out, and we have new storage FAST’23 experiment artifacts. We finally have an Ubuntu 22 appliance, and many upgrades to the images in general, more GUI improvements, a faster portal, and CHI-in-a-box is easier to get started with.
Great news in Chameleon-land! We’re kicking off the new year with upgrades and fixes to JupyterHub, and usability improvements to the web dashboard Horizon – and save the date for the first post-pandemic in-person Chameleon User Meeting!
This has been a fantastic year for Chameleon and we go over all the major features the project acquired. We also have a couple of new tidbits: the long awaited CHI@Edge Xena upgrade which will be interesting to our edge users and an announcement of the Chameleon JupyterHub infrastructure upgrade coming up first thing in the New Year. Have a fantastic Holiday and Happy New Year!
We hope everybody's had a great Thanksgiving! We've been busy bees this month supporting IndySCC and the many supercomputing projects and demos but still have a little something we can all be thankful for: we now have InfiniBand on the A100 nodes so you can build sophisticated data systems of components connected via RDMA fabric -- and we also have better filters for hardware so you can find those components more easily!
Things were pretty scary yesterday but we managed to pull a few tricks and bring you some new treats to enjoy in November! Between new Fugaku nodes, the ability to experiment with SGX, and a better way to work with networking at CHI@Edge, we hope to keep you busy and entertained this next month!
This month, we bring you a new associate site, new Trovi metrics, and updated stitching documentation.
We hope everybody has had a great vacation – welcome back, we are glad to see you again! In this month’s changelog, we bring you groundbreaking composable Liqid hardware at CHI@TACC, updated categorization for projects, appliance news, and Xena upgrade at CHI@NU. Additionally, we have a reminder for a scheduled outage of our authentication service, and important notes on using our A100 hardware.
This month, we are excited to announce integration with the Fabric testbed! We also have updates to the filesystem, including support for it at CHI@TACC, new nodes with CHI@UC with A100 GPUs and IceLake CPUs, and lots of usability improvements to the testbed.
This month, we’re excited to announce some great usability improvements to Chameleon, new features on CHI@Edge, and some fixes for CHI-in-a-Box. We also have some great papers in PEARC! Don’t forget about the Summer with Chameleon webinar series too!
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