Olympus is a flexible, multiple-use compute cluster dedicated to research in the MIDAS community. If you are a member of MIDAS or a researcher affiliated with a MIDAS group, you can have access to the system.
The Olympus cluster consists of 66 execution hosts (i.e. nodes) with two distinct node types. Approximately half of the cluster is based on AMD Opteron 6300 processors, and the other half utilizes Intel Xeon Ex v3 Series processors.
For more information on Olympus' hardware, see the Machine Description page in the Olympus wiki.