“Oak Ridge National Laboratory intends to use the first high-performance computing platform to obtain a FedRAMP Moderate authorization to operate to meet researchers’ growing demand for its computing power...”
“The National Renewable Energy Lab sponsored Rescale’s Federal Risk and Authorization Management Program (FedRAMP) authorization to operate, which agencies — particularly those running clusters of supercomputers called high-performance computers (HPCs) — may now reuse to streamline procurement.
Researchers book NSF supercomputer access months in advance and often have more ad hoc requirements for their simulations, so the Rescale platform offers them flexibility to compute in the cloud and share datasets and algorithms across agencies while remaining FedRAMP compliant...” Read the full article here.
Source: Oak Ridge National Lab turns to cloud to meet high-performance computing demands – By Dave Nyczepir, April 18, 2022. FedScoop.
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