Access to the Supercomputing Wales systems is subject to the following Terms & Conditions. If you do not accept them, you must not use the systems.
Usage must be in compliance with your host institution’s Acceptable Use Policy and the JANET Acceptable Use Policy.
- The JANET document
- Aberystwyth University’s policy
- Bangor University’s policy
- Cardiff University’s policy
- Swansea University’s policy
All data stored on the Supercomputing Wales systems is at the owner’s own risk.
Unless explicitly advised, backups will not be taken of data by Supercomputing Wales. You are advised to maintain your own backups of important or not easily recreated data.
Supercomputing Wales accepts no liability for any loss of data.
Any user found breaching acceptable use will have their accounts immediately suspended and will be reported to their host institution and be subject to the appropriate disciplinary action.
Any software used on the cluster is under the correct licensing conditions. If a user presents a license for software to be installed on the Supercomputing Wales systems they are confirming that they have the original software suppliers consent for it to be installed on a 3rd party system.
Unauthorised access to commercial software will result in access being immediately suspended pending further investigation.