Supercomputing. Seamlessly. Open, Interactive HPC Via the Web

Don't hesistate to reach out to the developers via our Discourse instance or the mailing list 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.

Community Testimonials

Don’t take just our word for how great Open OnDemand is! Here are some comments from our engaged community!

We are really excited about launching this service and the impact it will have on our users - its a very significant modernization of our interface.

Eric Appelt, Vanderbilt University

I'm currently testing implementing OOD here and all has gone quite smoothly so far (really, very nice work, I'm really enjoying working with it).

Dan Dietz, Purdue University

Over all, the application works great. It is exactly what we want to see as a modernization of the HPC user experience.

John-Paul Robinson, The University of Alabama at Birmingham

I'm happy to say that we are now using it in production this semester, and our faculty and students love it!

Shawn Sivy, The College of New Jersey

We love the interface and all of the tools in OOD. It seems to provide almost every feature that a user would need to use their HPC environment.

Avi Gundimeda, University of Massachusetts Amherst

I’m very optimistic that OnDemand will make our compute resources much more accessible to broader audience - thank you for sharing it.

Jay DePasse, Pittsburgh Supercomputing Center

Thanks for putting together what looks like it's going to be an extremely useful tool for our users!

Kevin Hildebrand, University of Maryland

First of all, a BIG thanks to you for making OnDemand - both me and our users love it! We have a big biology community among our users and anything that makes it easier to overcome "the slurm hump" is a big help with users who are not computer- and linux- savvy.

Kristina Plazonic, Rutgers

It does look like it could be a really useful tool (great work by those involved!)

Chris Collins, University of Hull

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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.