|Summary:||Jetstream is part of XSEDE, a "collection of integrated advanced digital resources and services" and is funded by NSF.|
- You need to be eligible for an XSEDE allocation to use Jetstream, which means must be based at a U.S. institution. And although XSEDE is NSF-funded, "projects need not be supported by NSF grants" to receive an allocation.
- Jetstream enables researchers to launch, use, and shutdown their own Galaxy servers that have been pre-configured similar to the Main Galaxy server. If you want to further customize your launched server you can become an administrator and even access the server from the shell.
- Limits are determined by the size of your allocation and the size of the instances you launch.
- The National Science Foundation (NSF)
- Jetstream is based at Indiana University and Jetstream resources are hosted by Indiana University and the Texas Advanced Computing Center (TACC).