Welcome to the new ACCRE website!
It is my pleasure to introduce you to the new version of the ACCRE website. We have worked on this for a year to make sure that our site is helpful and easy to use for both newcomers and experienced users alike.
ACCRE’s website has developed tremendously throughout the years. For context, here’s what the website looked like in 2002, when we were known as VAMPIRE:
In our mission statement, one of the goals of ACCRE is to provide low barriers to participation, and we have kept this in mind over the past year as we designed the new site. We hope that you find it useful for your research.
Here is what’s new:
- We have revamped our about section, with stunning images of the cluster and interviews with ACCRE’s leading researchers.
- We have a new getting started section for walking new users through creating an account and running a SLURM job for the first time.
- We have extended our documentation and added a cheat sheet for the most common Linux, Lmod, and SLURM commands.
- We have set up a section to assist PIs with setting up and managing their ACCRE groups.
- We’re now hosted on the main Vanderbilt servers, with the familiar look and feel of the Vanderbilt website. You may have noticed that our URL has changed – we’re now at vanderbilt.edu/accre. Old URLs (starting with www.accre.vanderbilt.edu) will redirect to the corresponding page on the new website.
If you have any questions or concerns, feel free to reach out to us.
Associate Application Developer, ACCRE