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User account access service

eagle-i ID

http://ohsu.eagle-i.net/i/0000012e-1189-881f-cfe3-460280000000

Resource Type

  1. Access service

Properties

  1. Fee for service
    Yes
  2. Resource Description
    Includes a variety of user access accounts: * ACC shared resource account - "ACC shared resource account" * Basic ACC account -- "this account provides access to ACC managed bulk storage such as access to the 'Research Drive' or other basic functions. ACC Portal access is not included." * Concurrent users account - "this account provides concurrent access for 10 users (out of a pool of 100) to an ACC managed shared resource in combination with an ACC full account." * FULL ACC account - "this is the full ACC account that provides ACC portal access to a development environment, sessions, open source library, public applications, and includes w/1 GB scratch data storage. Accounts are managed by ACC staff, can be charged on a monthly, quarterly or annual basis, and can be prorated to meet short-term requirements for service." * Limited duration ACC account - "ACC services are available to OHSU students that may be taking classes (such as Bioinformatics, Genetics, Proteomics, etc.) that require special computing needs. Fees are prorated and may be billed by the quarter, month, etc." * Off-site shared resource account - "this account provides access to ACC managed shared resource in combination with an ACC full account for customers not employed or studying at OHSU."
  3. Service Fee URL
    http://acc.ohsu.edu/ACC/services.pdf
  4. Contact
    Gliessman, Perry
  5. Service Provided by
    Advanced Computing Center Core Facility
  6. Technique performed by
    Advanced Computing Center Core Facility
  7. ERO_0001053
    Yes
 
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