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- Hadoop cluster now available for Purdue researchers analyzing big data
A stand-alone Hadoop cluster is now available for use by Purdue researchers involved in analyzing big data sets, especially unstructured data. Faculty interested in using the Hadoop cluster can email ITaP Research Computing (RCAC), email@example.com.
- Faster research network will speed research data travels on Purdue’s campus and off
Purdue researchers aren’t just getting a new high-capacity, fast, reliable and secure research data storage system this fall, they’re getting an upgraded campus research network for moving their data that is 58 times faster at its core than the old network. The network upgrade should allow faster movement of data on campus for computation, analysis and storage and more rapid sharing of data nationwide.
- ITaP help points users in the right direction on Purdue’s information technology landscape
From help resetting your password to printing a class assignment, ITaP’s customer service options can tackle Purdue student, faculty and staff computer and other information technology questions seven days a week.
- Canvas pilot gives faculty, staff, students a chance to explore next-generation LMS
This fall, Purdue faculty, staff and students are participating in a year-long pilot program to explore next-generation learning management system, Canvas, a potential alternative to Blackboard. Instructors who are interested in piloting Canvas in the spring are encouraged to submit an online request to ITaP.
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