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Mobile apps launched for XSEDE user portal

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The XSEDE User Portal Project has introduced two mobile apps to aid researchers in making better use of XSEDE resources and services. This powerful, virtual cyberinfrastructure can be used to share computing resources, data and expertise for researchers, and is available for free in the Google Play and the Apple App stores.

Features include the ability to search the latest updates on the XSEDE ecosystem; view resource allocation usage and remaining Sus; create, respond and update tickets through the ticketing system; view current system health, status, and downtime information; and read the latest news, announcements and maintenance periods for XSEDE resources.

To download the Google Play app, visit:

https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=edu.utexas.tacc.mobile&hl=en

To download the Apple iOS app, visit: 

https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/xsede-user-portal-mobile/id987549177?mt=8

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