Infrastrutture
Facilities
  • 01.01.HPCF - HP Computing Facility
    Il servizio High Performance Computing Facility cura il cluster di calcolo del Dipartimento di Biotecnologie Mediche, una infrastruttura comune nella quale convergono le esigenze di spazio di memorizzazione e di capacità di calcolo scientifico di vari gruppi di ricerca del DBM. <Access facility - login required>
  • 01.02.IAAS - Private IaaS Facility
    Con Infrastructure as a Servic(IaaS) si intende l'insieme di servizi che offrono l'accesso ad infrastrutture informatiche attraverso una astrazione che nasconde all'utente la complessità dell'implementazione e della gestione dell'infrastruttura reale (risorse di calcolo, ambienti data-center, facility di storage, di security e di backup, etc.). Il LABITEM gestisce una IaaS Facility basata sui prodotti VMware vSphere. <Access facility - login required>
Middleware
  • 02.01.VSIF - Virtual Server Infrastructure Facility
    A Virtual Server Infrastructure (VSI) is the practice of hosting a server operating system within a virtual machine (VM) running on a centralized server, a private or cloud PaaS infrastructure. The VSI facility collects resources and procedures that automates the virtual servers production and management. <Access facility - login required>
  • 02.02.VDIF - Virtual Desktop Infrastructure Facility
    A Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI) is the practice of hosting a desktop operating system within a virtual machine (VM) running on a centralized server, a private or cloud PaaS infrastructure. The VDI facility collects resources and procedures that automates the virtual PCs production and management. <Access facility - login required>
  • 02.03.PMF - Project Management Facility
    The Project Management Facility takes care of the lifecycle of the Project Management Systems managed by LABITEM. The facility currently supports both OpenProject (since 2015) and Taiga (since 2016) open source PMS. <Access facility - login required>
  • 02.04.HTAF - Health Technology Assessment Facility
    Health technology assessment (HTA) is a multidisciplinary research field that studies - in a systematic, transparent, unbiased and robust way - the medical, social, economic and ethical issues related to the development, spread and use of biomedical and health technologies. Its aim is to inform the formulation of safe, effective, patient focused health policies and to inform decision making regarding health technologiesThe HTAF facility at LABITEM collects the resources dedicated to the production of services supporting HTA activities. <Access facility - login required>