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First release of the Chameleon user portal

Posted by Kate Keahey on December 03, 2014

Updated September 1, 2015: The transitional support for FutureGrid has ended. To request a Chameleon Account or Project please follow the Getting Started Guide.

We are happy to announce the first release of the Chameleon user portal!

At this time, the portal will be available to FutureGrid users only; users will be able to convert their FutureGrid projects and accounts to Chameleon projects and accounts.

Save the Date for NSFCloud Workshop on Experimental Support for Cloud Computing

Posted by Kate Keahey on October 03, 2014

We would like to alert you about an NSFCloud Workshop on Experimental Support for Cloud Computing.

It will be held on December 11-12, 2014 at the Waterview Conference Center at 1919 N. Lynn Street, Arlington VA 22209. The purpose of the workshop is to inform the Computer Science research community of experimental facilities to be developed under the NSFCloud program, as well as to solicit community feedback that will contribute to the development of those facilities.

NSF Announces New Cloud Testbed

Posted by Kate Keahey on August 20, 2014

The National Science Foundation announces an award for the Chameleon cloud testbed.

The National Science Foundation announced today two NSFCloud awards to create testbeds for cloud computing research – among them, the Chameleon project. We are proud and excited to be a part of an initiative that will shape and accelerate cloud computing research and are looking forward to working with the research community!

Chameleon will be launching soon

Posted by Kate Keahey on August 20, 2014

Updated September 1, 2015: The transitional support for FutureGrid has ended. To request a Chameleon Account or Project please follow the Getting Started Guide.

The Chameleon Cloud will be available to users soon!

Chameleon will initially provide OpenStack deployments using hardware from the Alamo and Hotel FutureGrid clusters. This will allow FutureGrid users performing cloud research to continue their work with minimal disruption and allow us to welcome new users.