May 18, 2007
Need Linux Servers --- try Case ComputeXchange
What is the Case Compute Exchange?
This is a Co-branded service offered by Case, OneCommunity and Grid Dynamics that is aimed at offering students, faculty and staff an opportunity to use temporary virtual Linux server(s) to host any type of application that will run on this environment. With every account there is also remote file storage available via webdav or ftp with lightning fast speeds. Your storage account will be created by default with 2 gig of storage unless you specify a need for a larger amount in your request.
For more information on what you can do with the Case Compute Exchange, see some a short list examples listed in the page below. This is just a sample list, once you receive your account that will allow you the ability to SSH to your server and install anything you wish. See following link for more information about getting started. http://computexchange.case.edu/html/drupal/?q=gettingstarted
1) Click the following link and enter your information to register:
After your account is created and the exchange administrator has approved the request, you will be able to login to the exchange to create your server configuration. The approval process can take as long as 24 hours or as little as 10 minutes. You will be notified via email when your account is ready to start using the exchange.
2) How to use the exchange – click link to view the manual about how to login for the first time and create your account
3) Provide Feedback on your experience 2 ways after you have successfully signed up and used the service:
b) Questions/Comments: http://computexchange.case.edu/html/drupal/?q=contact
Posted by nxl2 at May 18, 2007 08:58 AM
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