MSU's Information Technology Center's Research Cyberinfrastructure (RCi) group was charged with building a shared community computing resource.
Their goal was to build a flexible infrastructure that would let them offer compute and storage services at an affordable price. It had to be scalable in small increments, easy to administer, and able to use off-premise resources to extend the infrastructure when necessary. It also had to be easy enough for students to use, and reliable enough for researchers to count on for their grant projects.
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