Posts Tagged ‘ISG’

new ISG staff member

Tuesday, November 1st, 2016
Sven Mäder

Sven Mäder

It is my pleasure to welcome Sven Mäder into our group. He joins us to replace Axel Beckert in the Linux team.

Welcome Sven!

new ISG staff member

Thursday, March 5th, 2015
Christian Schneider

Christian Schneider

It is my pleasure to welcome Christian Schneider into our group. He joins us to replace Elmar Heeb in the Linux team.

Welcome Christian!

That's just enough Christians for now.

new ISG staff member

Thursday, January 8th, 2015

Christian Ringger

Christian Ringger

It is my pleasure to welcome Christian Ringger into our group. He joins us to replace Thomas Berchtold in the Windows team.

Welcome Christian!

Workshop: IT at D-PHYS

Thursday, November 22nd, 2012

Update: Attendance of the workshop was somewhat lower than expected (3). We would still like to offer this workshop on a regular basis, but we'll have to see how many registrations we get. We'll keep the registration page open, but without a predefined date.

When you first start your career at our department, the IT situation might look a bit confusing: there's ID and there's ISG, two different accounts and e-mail addresses, where to store the data... We figured that instead of fixing things after they have gone wrong just because people didn't know how to handle them, it would be easier for everybody to try and introduce new arrivals to D-PHYS' IT as early as possible. That's why we hereby start our series of introductory IT workshops. The first one has taken place on Thursday, November 29, at 14:00 in HPF G 6.
So if you feel you have some questions regarding the IT landscape at D-PHYS, please consider attending this ~ 1h workshop. Before you do, please take a look at the website where you can also find the PDF of the talk. Maybe all your questions are already answered in there. If not, head over to the registration website and provide your name and e-mail address. In order to allow for a lively discussion, we have limited the registration to the first 25 applicants. If you're too late, don't despair, there will be enough tutorials for everyone, we'll just schedule more.

Looking forward to seeing many of you in G 6!

ISG fun facts

Tuesday, January 25th, 2011

If you have ever wondered what keeps the friendly people of ISG busy all day long, your wait is now over. In the upper right corner on our website you can now find a little box with some interesting numbers about the computing resources at D-PHYS. They are updated every night and right now look like this:

  • 141 managed Linux workstations
  • 102 managed Windows workstations
  • 27 managed Mac workstations
  • 65 thin clients
  • 141 printers
  • 62328 GB of used file space
  • 82660 GB of used backup space
  • 6946 GB of used laptop backup space
  • 180 rejected mails per min
  • 16 received mails per min
  • 193 mailing lists
  • 4716 LDAP accounts
  • 134 group drives
  • 88 virtual web hosts
Please let us know if you would like to see any other interesting number included that we didn't think of. Thanks!