Not only can you view the DCG from a hardware profile but you can also view the DCG from a software profile.
DCG provides support for many Unix systems. They include SunOS, Solaris, SGI, Ultrix, OSF-1, AIX, Linux, and HP. This support includes consulting, licensing, distribution, and operations. DCG also provides support for VMS and MacOS.
For many of the Unix systems DCG provides the software license and distribution of academic bundles of software provided directly by the hardware vendor. These academic bundles include several dozen products. The academic bundles include SunOS, Solaris, SGI, Ultrix, OSF-1, AIX, VMS, and HP.
For a sampling of products that are site-licensed for Stanford University under the Digital CSLP/ESL program see table on page for VMS products, see table on page for Ultrix products, see table on page for OSF/1 products.
DCG provides a distributed file system with 200 gigabytes of disk space. The file system is available at several hundred mount points across campus. Backup and restore is provided. This is the main distributed file system for campus.
DCG has a Sybase license for operations and for limited class usage.
DCG provides the software licensing of many vendors' products. They include Matlab, Mathematica, SPSS, and many more applications over a wide range of architectures for a total of around 50 site licenses. See table on page for Leland lincensed software and see table on page for campus licensed software. There is a lag time from when software is licensed for the Leland systems to when it is installed and available for general usage.
DCG builds software that is tailored for the Stanford environment. This includes special utilities to manage this environment and makes email work for a large number of users.
DCG provides software for many email clients, the open program, sysctrl scripts to distributed management, and sync-tree (a method to keep distributed machines in software synchronization). See table on page .