FIPPA Compliant

Local Virtual Servers

Virtual server running on UBC virtualization infrastructure

Globus

Fast, secure, sharing and fire-and-forget file transfers. Globus can be used for moving data between any two resources, whether it is a small number of very large (even terabyte-sized) files or a very large number of small files.

Local HPC Clusters

Local High-Performance Computing (HPC) clusters allow for a boost in processing speed to deliver high-performance computing.

P: Drive / Research Drive

Network-based file storage for researchers and their collaborators.

H: Drive / Vancouver

Network-based file storage for researchers and their collaborators.

OneDrive

Microsoft (MS) OneDrive is a file hosting and synchronization service operated by Microsoft, as part of their suite of MS 365 applications. MS OneDrive allows you to securely store, share, and synchronize files and folders from anywhere at anytime.

Server-Based On Campus Storage

Storage attached directly to bare metal or virtual servers.

ARC Object Storage

UBC ARC Chinook is a new object storage platform, available to UBC researchers by application. With an initial 5 PB of storage, Chinook is an integral part of UBC’s efforts to significantly increase storage capacity to meet the immediate needs of UBC researchers and supplement the storage resources available through the national platforms.