UChicago Cloud Services
Do you need a few hundred compute cores for just a few hours? Need to build a web site that can withstand natural disasters? Find a place for your course to work on node.js coding? Host a Drupal site? UChicago Cloud Services can help!
Amazon has announced availability of the new US East (Ohio) Region. Ohio brings the total number of AWS regions in North America to five. The new Ohio Region is currently available for multiple services, including Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (Amazon EC2), Amazon...read more
Microsoft has announced the availability of Temporal Tables in the Azure SQL Database. Temporal Tables track the full history of data changes in tables without the need for custom coding. Temporal Tables can be used to support data auditing in applications, analyze...read more
Microsoft has announced the availability of a new H-series of virtual machines, designed specifically for high performance computing applications supporting complex scientific and engineering workloads. The H-series VMs will be available in six different sizes,...read more
Why should I use UChicago Cloud Services?
The services available through UChicago Cloud Services have gone through extensive review and negotiation by the University, and usually offer better legal and contractual terms than individuals can get directly through the provider. In addition the services available under these agreements may have better pricing than is offered to individuals. See the descriptions of the individual services for details.
What if I already have an account established with a provider?
Sometimes it is possible to bring existing accounts under the University’s agreements. In other cases it may be possible to move content from an existing account to a University account. See the individual service descriptions or submit a question to firstname.lastname@example.org for details.
Are these all of the cloud services available at the University?
There is a growing list of services provided through cloud providers. The services represented on this site primarily represent Infrastructure as a Service or Platform as a Service offerings. There are many Software as a Service selections available, including UChicago Google Apps and UChicago Box.