Out with the old, in with the new!
by Kilian CavalottiIt's been a little over five years since Sherlock first entered production and ran its first jobs. A lot of time has passed, and with it, Sherlock grew ten-fold, its user base exploded and technology trends evolved significantly. The...
by Kilian CavalottiToday, we're announcing Sherlock OnDemand, a brand new way to use the Sherlock cluster. Hot on the heels of the SC18 Supercomputing Conference, and right in time for the long Thanksgiving week-end, we thought that a good way to thank...
Sherlock goes container-native
by Kilian Cavalotti
AnnounceIn recognition of the fast-moving software landscape and the emerging needs of our users, we're pleased to announce, from the SC18 Supercomputing conference in Dallas, TX, that Sherlock is going container-native. Starting today, users...
Hours announced for the SRCF shutdown
by Kilian CavalottiAs previously announced, the Stanford Research Computing Facility (SRCF) will undergo major power maintenance over the Labor Day week-end (Sep. 1-3, 2018). Because it's hosted in that datacenter, Sherlock will not be available for login...
Sherlock now welcomes lab-contributed software
by Kilian CavalottiHave you ever spent hours compiling and tuning software, put together a complex workflow combining multiple software parts, or just installed the latest version of the brand new software tools you're developing on Sherlock? And wondered...
Farewell Sherlock 1.0 👋
by Kilian Cavalotti Retiring Sherlock 1.0 The day has come to say goodbye to Sherlock 1.0. After almost 4 years of service, the Sherlock 1.0 environment has definitely been retired. Starting today, when you connect to the Sherlock 1.0 login nodes (with...
by Kilian CavalottiA shutdown of the Stanford Research Computing Facility (SRCF) is planned for Labor Day weekend, Saturday through Monday, September 1-3, due to the need for power system maintenance. We will bring Sherlock down on Friday evening, August...
Sherlock 1.0 retirement schedule
by Kilian CavalottiThe Sherlock 1.0 environment is reaching end-of-life, and will be retired over the summer, according to the timeline provided below. Sherlock 2.0 will continue to work without any interruption while Sherlock 1.0 is retired. Sherlock 1.0...
by Kilian CavalottiEver wanted to work in a ultra-motivating scientific environment, alongside a team of exceptional individuals, providing support for amazing researchers and students to help make Sherlock an even better computing resource for the...