What is OwnTime?
Exclusive to Intersect Australia, OwnTime Cloud computing offers access to high performance virtual hardware for computer intensive applications – up to 64 Cores and as much as 1000GB of memory.
OwnTime supports several operating systems, a range of virtual configurations, and provides a large number of pre-built images that can be used as the basis for their own Virtual Machines (VMs), without having to configure the entire system.
Who can access OwnTime cloud computing?
Researchers at Australian universities and other organisations that are part of the Australian Access Federation (AAF) can use their own credentials to access OwnTime. We can also set up credentials for non-AAF customers; ask us at Time@intersect.org.au to explore options.
Operating systems available for OwnTime virtual machines as standard include:
- CentOS 6 x86_64
- CentOS 7 x86_64
- Ubuntu 14.04 (Trusty Tahr) AMD64
- Ubuntu 15.04 (Vivid Vervet) AMD64
- Scientific Linux 6.5 x86_64
- OpenSuSE 31.2 x86_64
If you are using another operating system not listed here, please ask us about it at Time@intersect.org.au. We can usually be flexible, although extra charges might apply.
What costs are involved?
OwnTime Cloud computing is charged on a consumption basis. Pricing information available at time.intersect.org.au/rates