The CGRL provides a computational infrastructure as one of it primary services. Our cluster-computing environment is integrated into the Berkeley Research Computing infrastructure, and includes the following features:
- Compute cluster running Scientific Linux 6
- 4 x login nodes and data transfer node, provided by Berkeley Research Computing
- 2 x Compute node: Intel dual-Xeon hex-core 2.66GHz with 48GB memory (24 cores)
- 4 x Compute node: Intel dual-Xeon hex-core 2.66GHz with 96 GB memory (48 cores)
- 1 x Compute node: AMD quad-Opteron twelve-core 2.3GHz with 256 GB memory (48 cores)
- 4 x Compute node: Intel dual-Xeon octa-core 2.60GHz with 128 GB memory (64 cores)
The compute cluster has various commonly used analysis software for next-generation sequence available including packages for RNASeq, ChIPSeq, and de novo assembly.