Development and support
The Cyberinfrastructure Integration Research Center (CIRC) develops the open source Apache Airavata software system and its ecosystem of products. CIRC operates these services as a cloud platform through the NSF-funded SciGaP.org project.
SWAMP provides services to US researchers to ensure the open source software they develop is secure and trustworthy. CACR is one of the key leaders of the SWAMP project.
Science gateways consulting
CIRC provides consulting support for collaborators who want to build science gateways using both IU and national cyberinfrastructure. This support is provided by the NSF-funded XSEDE.org and Science Gateways Community Institute projects.
Cybersecurity Support for NSF projects by the NSF Cybersecurity Center of Excellence (CCoE)
Supported by NSF and led by CACR, the CCoE (trustedci.org) provides cybersecurity leadership and guidance to the NSF-funded science community.
Jetstream, led by the Indiana University Pervasive Technology Institute (PTI), expands national cyberinfrastructure to communities who have not had previous HPC experience or an easy route to harness the massive compute power research now demands.