Supercomputing. Seamlessly. Open, Interactive HPC Via the Web

Don't hesistate to reach out to the developers via our Discourse instance if you would like more information or need help installing or configuring Open OnDemand.

Please cite us Hudak et al., (2018). Open OnDemand: A web-based client portal for HPC centers. Journal of Open Source Software, 3(25), 622, https://doi.org/10.21105/joss.00622

This material is based upon work supported by the National Science Foundation under grant numbers 1534949 and 1835725. and under active development by a team from the Ohio Supercomputer Center, U. of Buffalo CCR, and Virginia Tech

Upcoming Releases

The current stable release is 1.6.

Version 1.7 (Target: April 13 2020)

  1. LinuxHost adapter (beta)
  2. add account balance warnings to Dashboard
  3. branding to Job Composer and Active Jobs that match Dashboard
  4. better SELinux support
  5. maintenance mode
  6. configurable titles for the “favorite paths” in the Files menu
  7. documentation on using Keycloak as identity broker with CILogon
  8. documentation on OSC’s experience supporting custom classroom deployment
  9. drop support for CentOS/RHEL6
  10. upgrade to Ruby 2.5, Node 10, and Passenger 6
  11. add support for CentOS/RHEL8
  12. For all key features see 1.7 release notes

Community Suggestions

Existing Requests

See a list and comment on community requested features we are already planning on working.

Tell us what features you want to be added to OnDemand!

#Previous Release Notes Release Notes are available on the Open OnDemand documentation pages

Maintained by OSC

This project is maintained by the Ohio Supercomputer Center (OSC), a member of the Ohio Technology Consortium, the technology and information division of the Ohio Department of Higher Education.