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Farewell and thanks to Glen Jackson

Glen Jackson shuts down the last server he administered for the Museum Informatics Project.

At the end of June, Research IT said farewell and best of luck to Glen Jackson, our colleague who retired after more than 20 years of service to UC Berkeley. Glen was the last remaining original team member of the Museum Informatics Project, an initiative that set out in the early 1990's to develop a world-class facility and team to support museum informatics solutions for the UC Berkeley campus and beyond.

Savio cluster storage quadrupled to support Big Data research

The campus’ Savio computing cluster received a major storage upgrade on June 12, 2015, when its Global Scratch file system was quadrupled in size, to a massive 885 terabytes (TB) of storage. The upgraded storage is also 250% faster, providing a peak bandwidth of over 20 GB per second, to better meet the demands of data intensive computations.

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Two student employees join CollectionSpace for the summer

CollectionSpace summer interns Regina Xu and RJ Li, with mentor and Service Manager John Lowe

Please welcome RJ (Ruijing) Li and Regina Xu, UC Berkeley students who have joined the UCB CollectionSpace team for the summer. Regina and RJ are undergraduates majoring in Computer Science. They have completed the initial CS61 rite of passage, and bring some experience with Python, Java, Javascript, and other programming tools used to support CollectionSpace.

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RIT presents on new, ongoing initiatives at One IT Summit

Chris Hoffman presents on Research Data Management at One IT Summit

On June 9th, Research IT leadership presented on the group’s new and ongoing initiatives at a well-attended session of the One IT Summit. This year’s Summit spanned three days, and included a wide variety of presentations and professional development opportunities for Information Technology staff -- broadly defined -- throughout campus.

Research IT Staff at Digital Humanities Summer Institute at University of Victoria

The Digital Humanities Summer Institute at the University of Victoria constitutes the largest annual gathering of North American digital humanists.  21 members of the UC Berkeley community, including students, faculty, and staff, will be attending DHSI this year.  They come from departments around campus, such as New Media, History, Spanish & Portuguese, Research IT, and the Library.

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