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Faculties, staffs and staudents who plan to request a virtual machine within EAS Datacenter can fill the VM request form in order to build their virtualised environment.
Faculties can request annual re-image of lab workstations at the Laboratory Reimaging Request Form.
The College of Engineering and Applied Science has extended its traditional computer labs into the cloud, as Computer Labs as a Service. CLaaS eliminates the constraints of location and schedule, virtualizing resources to give students access to applications and computing power from a large variety of devices. The virtual desktops run on high-end servers and are accessible off-campus using the VPN. Check out this page for a list of applications that are available through CLaaS.
Go to https://eas-cviewc.uccs.edu/ and select VMware Horizaon HTML Access, login using your UCCS credentials, and select the right resource pool.
The College of Engineering and Applied Science hosts an extensive virtual infrastructure in support of student instruction and research. Students and faculty have access to VMWare's vCenter, to run custom virtual infrastructure and environments. EAS also provides access to XCEDE, a collection of computing resources and data unified from various facilities around the world which also gives access to supercomputing environments.
LATS is an abbreviation for Linux Aggregated Terminal Services. EAS offers a variety of Linux services for student and instructor use, operating as a virtual environment utilizing resources in the EAS datacenter. As a resource it provides the foundational learning components of the Linux operating system, while also giving more advanced users access to tools and services like Apache, Perl/PHP/Python, and SQL databases for web and application development.
The College of Engineering and Applied Science has worked with various software vendors to provide student access to professional engineering software. There are multiple resources available to students, from Microsoft Software delivered through the DreamSpark Initiative, to Matlab and Solidworks, students have access to an ever growing list of software.