We are happy to announce that Chameleon is now publicly available: new hardware with resource discovery, bare metal reconfiguration, metrics collection, and access to Infiniband and storage nodes is now available to all participating users!
We are happy to announce the beginning of the Chameleon Early User period. Sign up for the Early User Program to get access.
We are delighted to announce that the Chameleon Technology Preview is ready for users. All Chameleon users can start using the Technology Preview; to start, follow the instructions in the User Guide.
The Early User program has been created to allow for an early user feedback phase to the Chameleon project. Participants in this program will be able to access the latest in-development features of Chameleon before they are ready for general access and have the opportunity to provide early feedback and work with the Chameleon team to shape the project.
The talks from the NSFCloud Workshop are now available online.
New users can now sign up for a Chameleon account and our Alamo OpenStack cloud is now available to all users!
First, new users can now sign up for a Chameleon account.
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.
The submission deadline for the NSFCloud Workshop has been extended to November 2nd, 2014.
Visit the workshop page for more information.
You can now submit papers to the NSFCloud Workshop on Experimental Support for Cloud Computing. Position papers will be due October 31st, 2014. We expect to issue invitations to authors by November 7th, 2014. Visit the workshop page for more information.
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.