Opportunistic Resources Report for February/March 2015

This table displays the top cycle providers of OSG Opportunistic Resources for February and March 2015. The table ranks OSG sites by opportunistic hours provided during the period (February and March), along with the ranking for the previous period of two months (December and January). Nebraska has taken the top spot for this period surpassing the FNAL USCMS Tier 1 which topped last issue’s list. Caltech, MIT, Syracuse Orange Grid, and USATLAS MidWest Tier2 also made moves toward the top of the table during this period.

Opportunistic Resources provided by the top 10 OSG Sites for the OSG Open Facility (2015-02-01 – 2015-3-31).
Site Institution (ORG) Recent Period Rank Recent Period Hours Prior Period Rank Prior Period Hours
Nebraska The Holland Computing Center at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln (USCMS Tier2) 1 3,389,987 5 2,537,194
CIT_CMS_T2 Caltech (USCMS Tier2) 2 2,508,222 3 2,843,691
MIT_CMS Massachusetts Institute of Technology (USCMS Tier 2) 3 2,340,174 4 2,626,597
USCMS-FNAL-WC1 Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory (USCMS Tier 1) 4 1,928,947 1 3,391,369
SU-OG SU OrangeGrid 5 1,355,853 9 1,108,779
UCSDT2 University of California San Diego (USCMS Tier 2) 6 1,298,788 2 3,131,252
MWT2 University of Chicago, Indiana University, University of Illinois, Urbana-Campaign (USATLAS Midwest Tier 2) 7 1,117,396 8 1,134,727
FNAL_FERMIGRID Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory (Campus Grid gateway) 8 1,043,992 7 1,715,555
BNL-ATLAS Brookhaven National Laboratory (USATLAS Tier 1) 9 1,033,774 6 2,153,737
Purdue-Hadoop CMS Hadoop cluster at Purdue University 10 909,210 10 1,084,222