Friday, January 4th 2013 11:25:01 PM PST
Welcome to the Triton Resource Web site for user documentation. Triton is supported by the Triton Affiliates and Partners Program, or TAPP, which manages access for all users. Use the TAPP Home page to find answers and contact information regarding production access to the Triton Resource. Use this site to find detailed information about accessing Triton once you have an account, and for documentation on how to use Triton.
Note: The Triton Resource is now running in full production. The Triton Compute Cluster (TCC) and Petascale Data Analysis Facility (PDAF) are available to anyone with a TAPP account as of October 5, 2009.
The trial account phase of Triton Resource will be discontinued after January 31, 2013. Please refer to the Research Cyberinfrastructure website for information regarding possible startup opportunities for research computing at UCSD and SDSC.
TAPP, the Triton Affiliates and Partners Program, is the prescribed way to manage your access.
Triton staff maintain a Discussion List to which all Triton users are encouraged to subscribe. Members can post questions and comments to Triton Discussion List (email@example.com) to obtain help and support for issues and community feedback.
TAPP makes the UCSD Triton Resource at SDSC available to users within the University of California system and beyond. An evolution of the Academic Associates Program (AAP), it provides discount rates to UC researchers including AAP users and non-UC reasearchers at other academic, government, and industry organizations. Read this brief TAPP Overview to learn more.
Non-UC researchers get extremely competitive rates, too. TAPP supports all levels of usage available on Triton, from startup to long term ongoing projects originated or based on other HPC resources.
UCSD and UC Researchers, including former AAP users, can contact their Campus Administrator to learn about the status for their campus.
Non-UC researchers can contact the TAPP Program Manager for rate info, and to learn how Triton can help advance their research.