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Getting Started with CyVerse

GETTING STARTED WITH CYVERSE
Maintenance Notice for 23 July 2019

On Tuesday, July 23, CyVerse will be performing a Ceph storage upgrade from 11:00 AM to 5:00 PM MST. This is not expected to cause disruptions to the affected services. The services to be upgraded include:
- CyVerse authentication (CAS), which provides authentication to CyVerse web applications, e.g., the Discovery Environment and User Portal
- Atmosphere
- Any "Powered by CyVerse" systems or other hosted systems on Tombstone Cloud (please ask if you are unsure)
- Hosted Jupyter Notebooks on jupyter-notebook.cyverse.org

To view the maintenance times for your location: https://bit.ly/2xT1eo7

Please contact support@cyverse.org with any questions or concerns.

 

 

 

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Software licensing

How do I apply the CyVerse software license to code?

As CyVerse is a virtual organization housed at multiple institutions, the process that is followed is slightly different depending upon the institution at which the code was primarily written.

  • For projects primarily housed at the University of Arizona, the process is outlined in Checklist for open source code release. Much of the information in that document applies to releases of code primarily written at other institutions, but those institutions' intellectual property departments will have different forms and should be consulted directly.
  • CyVerse uses a BSD license. The license text and instructions for applying it to code and uploading it to the CyVerse repository can be found in Applying the CyVerse License to Code.
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