We go over the benefits of using a bastion host to administer your cluster. It's the easiest way to deploy a secure cluster of hosts for your experiments, and it also helps to save resources!
As has become holiday tradition, we review some of our most common tickets of 2022, and provide answers and context that we hope is a helpful gift for all of our experimenters in the coming year.
Today's Tips&Tricks blog spotlights one of the Chameleon Associate Sites: the Electronic Visualization Laboratory (EVL) at the University of Illinois Chicago. Learn about the hardware availability at the site, the motivation behind creating it, and some hands on insights gained in the process of deploying CHI in a Box on the site!
Learn about all of the ways you can store your experiment data on Chameleon, including a fantastic new feature: The Shared Filesystem!
To all of you starting a new academic year – welcome back! To help you hit the ground running with your research we would like to share some tips and tricks on how to make your experiments on Chameleon more productive.
We are excited to announce the first FABRIC facility port at Chameleon’s University of Chicago site. With this facility port, users can deploy experiments that span Chameleon and FABRIC.
An overview of Chameleon's KVM cloud, and a new experiment pattern demo.
Did you ever wonder what makes your favorite testbed “go”? The answer is CHameleon Infrastructure, or CHI for short – packaged as CHI-in-a-Box so that anybody can run their own testbed. We blogged about it a year or so ago, and a lot can change in a year, so this blog brings you some important updates. Not least, there is now a paper on CHI-in-a-Box so you can join the testbed as an Associate Site!
Learn more about Trovi, Chameleon's experiment repository, and how you can use it to collaborate on experiments and share your work. The blog also covers Trovi's integrations with Zenodo and GitHub, creating a more seamless process for running your experiment - from production to publication.
Learn all about CHI@Edge, Chameleon's edge computing testbed, how to interact with CHI@Edge devices, research projects that came out of our early preview and how to enroll your own device on CHI@Edge! Check out the post for links to an interactive user guide on Trovi, a YouTube video, and how to join the CHI@Edge Google Group to stay up to date with the latest news!