Isabella Cluster

Computational cluster Isabella was developed in 2002 with the objective to provide all interested Croatian scientists with access to computational cluster and with ability to work on the European project DataGrid, led by CERN.

Today, Isabella consists of 135 worker nodes with 3100 processor cores, 12 GPUs and 756 TiB data space. As a shared resource of all scientists in Croatia, it allows using significant computational resources in demanding data processing of scientific and research projects.

Cluster can be used by all projects' associates registered with Ministry of Science, Education and Sport, and details on terms and conditions on its usage can be found at these webpages.