Over the coming months, University academics will have access to a new, modern and state-of-the-art research computing infrastructure. Our on-site Balena HPC (High Performance Computer) is being replaced by:
- A highly scalable cloud HPC environment named Janus, and
- A new on-campus HTC (high throughput computing) cluster named Anatra, running software applications that can’t be moved off campus.
In addition academics at Bath will continue to have access to GW4’s regional Isambard HPC service.
Project update October 2021
We are making great progress in developing the new cloud HPC and on-campus HTC environment. You can find the latest project updates in our newsletter which is available on the University's wiki pages.
Visit the Q&A section to find answers to your questions covering the decommissioning of Balena, costs, HPC software, the new cloud environment, data security and more.