Due to financial decisions made at the Miller School of Medicine (MSOM), open access on both Pegasus and Bigfoot will no longer be available to MSOM faculty, staff, and students effective October 31, 2017.
Read the full contents for details about how this will affect your CCS account.
CCS Advanced Computing invites you to connect with the Advanced Computing community on Slack: http://umadvancedcomputing.slack.com
The Advanced Computing community Slack channels provide a place for user discussions, information sharing, and informal announcements about CCS resources and developments. All users with an @miami.edu or @umiami.edu email address can create a Slack account in UM Advanced Computing.
Files on /scratch are subject to purging after 21 days. Circumventing this purge is a violation of University of Miami Acceptable Use Policies and the account responsible for it will be suspended. Using ‘touch’ to thwart /scratch purge is not allowed.
Vault Secure Storage
The Vault secure storage service is designed to address the ongoing challenge of storing Limited Research Datasets. Built on enterprise quality hardware with 24x7 support, Vault provides CTSI-approved researchers access to over 150TB of usable redundant (300 TB raw) storage. All data is encrypted according to U.S. Federal Information Processing Standards (FIPS). At rest, data is encrypted using AES encryption with 128 bit keys. In motion, all transfers are encrypted using FIPS 140-2 compliant AES with 256 bit keys. All data is encrypted and decrypted on access automatically.
Access to the Vault storage service is controlled through several methods including the latest in multifactor authentication. All users are required to use Yubikey ™ 4 hardware USB keys in order to log on to the vault secure storage service. Vault also requires IP whitelisting for access through either the on-campus research network or campus based VPN services.