In this month's changelog, we announce an early preview of a Public API for Trovi, Chameleon's system for reproducibility, which has wider amibitions for the coming year. Additionally, we review more additions to the hardware catalogue at CHI@UC and a new release of CHI-in-a-Box!
It's our post-SC wrapup! In this month's changelog, we've got several new edge devices to announce, as well as improvements for UEFI boot support, a better way to view and track your allocation spending, and more.
In this month's changelog, we're excited to announce a new batch of hardware at CHI@UC, including more flexible network topologies, some very high-powered nodes, and InfiniBand-connected GPUs. We've also added support for provisioning ARM-based machines to support CHI-in-a-Box associate sites who wish to configure ARM nodes. As always, more inside!
In this month's changelog, we announce a few really cool new features, one of which has been on our most-requested list for a long while: PI delegate! Besides that, there is a brand-new preview capability that allows you to share your Trovi experiments with non-Chameleon users so they can reproduce your work w/o an allocation. More details, as always, inside.
In this month's changelog, we announce support for "restricted" edge devices, allowing your research group to temporarily lock down a contributed edge device to only be reservable by your group, but also some more support for interesting peripherals like a camera connected to a Jetson Nano. For more details, come in!
In this month's changelog, we announce more cool CHI@Edge features, notably support for accessing and reading attached camera data (and other peripherals!). We've also added support for more types of edge devices as we continue to build out the platform. On the bare metal cloud side of things, we've been making improvements to our interfaces--enjoy a refresh of the lease create GUI, which should support more complex types of leases! We also squashed some pesky bugs in the Python API to make it even easier to use Chameleon via Jupyter.
This month, we announce a lot of exciting new capabilities for CHI@Edge--Chameleon on the edge! Reserve devices, including Jetson Nanos with NVIDIA TX2 GPUs onboard! We also made it easier to onboard lots of users to a project (helpful for classes!) and gave the hardware catalogue a little refresh, in anticipation of the installation of Phase 3 hardware, which is coming soon!
This month, we announce the early user period for our "edgy" users out there, remind you to please update your list of publications using Chameleon(!) and also let you know of a few important and cool things going on. Stay tuned next month for some announcements about new hardware installations, if all goes well!
The summer is almost in full swing, and we're frantically getting stuff done so we can kick back and just rest on our laurels from May until August… just kidding. Expect lots more fun stuff to be announced this summer! For now, enjoy your latest changelog.
In this issue, learn more about running a workshop on Chameleon, blocking out portions of time on your CHI-in-a-Box associate site to "set it aside" for other uses, try out a new Jupyter tutorial around stitching, and apply to take ownership of some of our legacy hardware! We're also very excited to get some …
Explore CHI-in-a-Box with the new QuickStart notebook, which guides you through the process of setting up CHI-in-a-Box on a bare metal CentOS 8 machine. Announcing a preview of Bring Your Own Device, a feature that allows operators to enroll and manage Chameleon hardware with greater ease. Easier CLI authentication from within your bare metal instances. Add users to your project by either username or email address. And, enjoy a new release of the Jupyter interface!