Open OnDemand is an NSF-funded open-source HPC portal based on OSC’s original OnDemand portal. The goal of Open OnDemand is to provide an easy way for system administrators to provide web access to their HPC resources, including, but not limited to:
See the documentation for installation directions, app development tutorials, and an overview of the components and applications that make up OnDemand.
Below is a list of organizations that have deployed or are looking at deploying Open OnDemand. Please contact us via the news list if your organization is not on this list and should be included!
There are 2 ways you can have a demo Open OnDemand instance running in minutes:
See a list and comment on community requested features we are already planning on working.
The Open OnDemand team welcomes and encourages opportunities to collaborate on proposals with members of our community in response a variety of solicitations. Examples of potential collaboration roles our team can have include developing and delivering related client education and training programs, and providing extended support services for software deployment and custom workflow development. Please contact us via the news list if you would like to discuss a potential collaboration.
Please consider contributing to the code repository on Github. Since January 2016 there have been over 8,000 commits to the code base, but we can always use additional development help!
|2017-03-08||Introducing Open OnDemand||Download||Video|
|2017-06-07||Open OnDemand: Supporting your HPC needs now more than ever||Download||Video|
|2017-09-06||Open OnDemand – Jupyter, iHPC, and Authentication||Download||Video - Missing 1st 9.5 min Audio – Complete|
|2018-01-29||Customizing and Extending Open OnDemand||Download||Video|
|2018-10-17||Using Open OnDemand for Training and Education||Download||Video|
|2019-4-17||Open OnDemand Project Recap and Roadmap||Download||Video|
|2019-06-05||NITRD Middleware And Grid Interagency Coordination (MAGIC) Meeting||Open OnDemand Overview||Download|
|2018-09-26||Gateways 2018 Presentation||Accessing Distributed Jupyter/Spark in OnDemand||Download|
|2018-09-10||Gateways 2018 Poster||Open OnDemand: Access Clusters, Gateways and Interactive Apps||Download|
|2018-09-10||Gateways 2018 Paper||Accessing Distributed Jupyter / Spark in OnDemand||Download|
|2018-07-25||PEARC 18 Paper||Supporting distributed, interactive Jupyter and RStudio in a scheduled HPC environment with Spark using Open OnDemand||Download|
|2018-07-24||PEARC 18 BOF||Open OnDemand – Present and Future Plans||Download|
|2018-07-23||PEARC 18 Exhibit||Open OnDemand Overview||Download|
|2018-07-20||Flier||Open OnDemand General Flier||Download|
|2018-05-17||HPCwire Article||Democratizing HPC: OSC Releases Version 1.3 of OnDemand, Seeks Grant for 2.0||Download|
|2018-05-15||Journal of Open Source Software (JOSS)||Open OnDemand: A web-based client portal for HPC centers||Download|
|2018-04-30||NSF SI2 PI Workshop||Open OnDemand: Access Clusters, Gateways and Interactive Apps||Download|
|2017-10-10||CASC Meeting||Open OnDemand 1.1: Web and Interactive HPC Access||Download|
|2017-10-09||Gateways17||Demo: Developing Apps to Extend Open OnDemand - Paper||Download|
|2017-10-09||Gateways17||Demo: Developing Apps to Extend Open OnDemand - Slides||Download|
|2017-07-12||PEARC17||Open OnDemand: Current Status and Future Plans||Download|
|2017-05-02||SIGHPC Education||Open OnDemand: A Web Platform for HPC with applications in the classroom||Download|
|2017-01-19||NSF SI2 PI Workshop||Open OnDemand: Access Clusters, Gateways and Interactive Apps||Download|
|2016-10-07||Gateways16||Open OnDemand: A Unified Platform for Science Gateway Apps||Download|
|2016-10-07||XSEDE16||Open OnDemand: Transforming Computational Science Through Omnidisciplinary Software Cyberinfrastructure||Download|
|2013-06-13||XSEDE13||OSC OnDemand: A Web Platform Integrating Access to HPC Systems, Web and VNC Applications||Download|
Open OnDemand branding assets are available in the GitHub respository. Organizations are encouraged to utilize them in their own presentations and installations.