UVA School of Medicine

Research Computing

Enabling scientific breakthroughs at scale with advanced computing

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  • Quick Start

    Do you need an account? Submit an account request for Rivanna or Ivy below. Rivanna Account Request Ivy Account Request Do you need storage? Read more about free and fee-based storage options for researchers. Storage Options
    Do you need help accessing Ivy? Read details about the Ivy secure environment and how to log in. Read More about Ivy

  • Ivy Domino Data Lab (DDL) Quick Start

    Domino Data Lab (DDL) provides a central environment and features for data science projects including project management, collaboration with team members, and setting up hardware configuration for a project. Account Request Access to DDL to Ivy is managed through the Ivy account request process. Accounts are issued on a per project basis, with PIs (and any project members) being granted individual accounts to log into the DDL platform. Once the request has been approved and all associated members have completed the necessary documentation, each individual project member can sign into DDL with his / her UVa Eservices user name and password.
  • Use Cases

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  • Ivy Secure Environment

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  • Ivy Secure Environment - FAQs

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  • Get Started with HPC

    HPC at UVA is available in two security environments: Rivanna - Standard Security A traditional high performance cluster with job scheduler, large file system, modules, and MPI processing. Please see the ARCS page for how to begin working in Rivanna. Get Started on Rivanna Ivy - High Security A multi-platform, HIPAA-compliant system for secure data that includes dedicated virtual machines (Linux and Windows), Domino Data Lab, and Hadoop/Spark.
  • User Guides

    High Performance Computing Standard and high security HPC to run your code, generally written in R, Python or shell scripts. Learn More › Storage Need large, or extremely large storage offsite or on grounds? Can you count in GB, TB, or PB? Learn more about storage options and pricing. Get Started › Cloud Have an idea you’d like to test? Need an environment provisioned in short-order?
  • High Performance Computing

    This page is for HPC information.
  • Scientific Computing

    School of Medicine Research Computing supports SOM and UVa Medical Center researchers who are interested in writing code to address their scientific inquiries. Whether these programming tasks are implemented interactively, in a series of scripts or as an open-source software package, services are available to provide guidance and enable collaborative development. SOMRC has specific expertise in object oriented programming in R and Python. Examples of service areas include: Collaborating on package development Reviewing and debugging code Preparing scripts to automate or expedite tasks Developing web interfaces for interactive data exploration Advising on integration of existing software tools UVA has two local HPC facilities available to researchers: Rivanna and Ivy.