Livermore Computing (LC) helps furnish Livermore researchers and collaborators with an array of well-managed, high-performing, parallel computing systems.
This page provides tips for accessing the Collaboration Zone (CZ) and the Restricted Zone (RZ) from your desktop or a Livermore Computing (LC) CZ or RZ machine.
This page contains information on both Lustre and GPFS.
This page lists available online tutorials related to parallel programming and using LC's HPC systems. NOTE: archive tutorials are no longer updated and may contain broken links and other QA issues.
LC has archival storage systems for moving files between LC file systems and HPSS archival storage on all three networks: CZ, RZ, and SCF.
Livermore Computing provides first-class computational infrastructure that supports the computing requirements of the Laboratory's scientists. In addition, LC develops High Performance Computing (HPC) solutions, in collaboration with partners at Los Alamos and Sandia National Laboratories, for use by the Advanced Simulation and Computing Program.
The 150 teraFLOP/s Catalyst, a unique high-performance computing (HPC) cluster, serves as a proving ground for new HPC and big data technologies, architectures, and applications.