The Teton Compute Environment (Teton) is a high performance computing (HPC) cluster that offers over 500 compute nodes and 1.2 PB of storage, with an expected uptime of 98%, allowing researchers to perform computation-intensive analysis on datasets of various sizes.
Teton can be securely accessed anywhere, anytime using SSH connectivity with UWyo two-factor authentication.
For research projects, UWyo faculty members (Principal Investigators or PIs) can request a research project on ARCC HPC (high performance computing) resources, using this form. Note: you can also submit an initial set of users using this form.
User Accounts require a valid UWyo email address and a UWyo-Affiliated PI sponsor. UWyo faculty members can sponsor their own accounts, while students, post-doctoral researchers, or research associates must use their PI as their sponsor. Users with a valid UWyo email address can be added in the project request or added later, using the Request New Account form.
Non-UWyo external collaborators (Ex_Co) must be sponsored by a current UWyo faculty member. Ex_Co accounts can be requested here.
Once access is granted, connection to ARCC HPC resources may be established via SSH. Note that SSH connections require Two-Factor Authentication.
For information on citing Teton, please reference the citing section in Documentation and Help.