There are several storage offerings available to UCSD users, and a number of vendor cloud storage services that may suit your needs. IDI staff can assist you in determining the right solution for your situation; email firstname.lastname@example.org for an appointment or to discuss by email or telephone.
Campus-Endorsed Cloud Offerings Include:
ACT's Microsoft OneDrive offering
Maximum 1 terabyte (1TB)
All UCSD staff and faculty (including research staff) are eligible for a free OneDrive account which allows users to keep up to 1TB of files in the cloud.
Campus-Local Offerings Include:
SDSC Project Storage
Interactive & mounted filesystem over 1 terabyte (1TB+)
SDSC Cloud Storage
An object-based storage system with multiple interface methods (1 TB+)
For larger needs, SDSC’s Cloud Storage Service provides an object-based storage system designed to be easy to use for the average user, but to also provide a flexible, configurable, and expandable solution to meet the needs of more demanding applications. Dual-site redundancy is offered for secure, reliable storage. Examine options and pricing.
SDSC Sherlock Cloud: HIPAA- & FISMA-Compliant Managed Services
Sherlock Cloud, a managed service offering of SDSC, provides secure data storage and computing capability to UC, academia, state and federal agencies. Sherlock Cloud is both HIPAA and FISMA compliant. It offers a flexible and scalable platform for a variety of projects dealing with sensitive/protected data and applications, and requiring a secure, access-controlled environment. Find out more about these services on the Sherlock Cloud page.
SDSC CommVault Backups
CommVault is a highly customizable backup system available to UCSD, members of the UC community, and UC affiliates. While CommVault excels as a backup solution for a group of several workstations, making it an excellent backup choice for collaborative research labs, CommVault also thrives in an enterprise backup role. Contact email@example.com to find out more.
UCSD Library Digital Asset Management System (DAMS)
A curated, searchable home for research data; IDI supports data sets of modest size
The UCSD Library DAMS is designed to hold curated research data for others to search and cite. It’s the ideal long-term home for data that accompanies a published paper, especially with growing funding agency requirements to make data public. Learn more about describing your data, obtaining permanent identifiers, selecting a repository, and depositing data, see the Library page on Data Curation: Sharing and Discovery.
UCSD Library Chronopolis
Long-term archival storage of data, fee-based
Chronopolis provides long-term archival storage of data, using active management processes and constant monitoring. It's been certified as a Trustworthy Digital Archive by a standards body, and is widely recognized as a leading organization in the digital preservation field. Find out more about digital preservation on the Library Digital Preservation page.