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CyberGIS-Jupyter for Water (CJW) JS1-to-JS2 Migration Timeline

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-------------- Updated on 07/12/2022. --------------

CJW maintenance is scheduled at 2-5PM CT, 07/13/2022 (Wed). We will finalize the migration of CJW from Jetstream-1 to Jetstream-2.

-------------- Updated on 07/01/2022. --------------
The NSF XSEDE Jetstream-1 (JS1) project has been the research cloud provider where CyberGIS-Jupyter for Water (CJW) service and data are hosted during the past 3 years. JS1 project is officially shutting down on 7/31/2022, and its successor, Jetstream-2 (JS2), will provide much more powerful computing resources backed by the latest hardware and cloud technology. The HydroShare project has recently been awarded an XSEDE allocation supplement to migrate CJW on JS1 (CJW-JS1) to JS2 platform. However, the migration is not an automated process since JS1 and JS2 are technically two separate clouds, just like AWS V.S. Google Could. The migration of CJW would require setting up a complete new CJW instance on JS2 with all data copied over from JS1.

As of writing (07/01/2022), we have set up CJW on JS2 (CJW-JS2) with user data copied over from CJW-JS1. The CJW-JS1 and CJW-JS2 will be accessible in parallel until CJW-JS1 is decommissioned on 7/13/2022. Since users may still produce new data on CJW-JS1 during this transition period, a nightly job is set up to copy new data (if any) on CJW-JS1 to CJW-JS2. Be aware that this is a one-way data sync process (JS1 --> JS2).

We encourage all users to start using CJW-JS2 ASAP. If you find any data is missing on CJW-JS2, please let us know.

CJW-JS1 to CJW-JS2 transition timeline

07/01/2022 - 07/12/2022
CJW-JS1 and CJW-JS2 are available for use in parallel (though we recommend you start using CJW-JS2)

CJW-JS1 entry point (accessible but NOT recommended):
Direct Access: (opens
OpenWith Access: choose CyberGIS-Jupyter for Water in the dropdown list on HydroShare

CJW-JS2 entry point:
Direct Access: (opens
OpenWith Access: No Access

07/13/2022 --
CJW-JS1 will be shut down completely

CJW-JS2 entry point:
Direct Access: (opens
OpenWith Access: choose CyberGIS-Jupyter for Water in the dropdown list on HydroShare

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Li, Z. (2022). CyberGIS-Jupyter for Water (CJW) JS1-to-JS2 Migration Timeline, HydroShare,

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