You can have your servers hosted in the Grenoble datacenter.
The Grenoble Datacenter is managed by a technical
committee responsible for infrastructure management
The technical committee has several objectives:
For more details, you can consult the
poster (in french).
For any information, accommodation request or problem report, send an email
- Pooling hosting in order to achieve economies of scale
- Provide a secure environment for all your data
- Optimize energy consumption
Grenoble Datacenter sites
The Datacenter currently consists of 4 sites located in the Grenoble basin.
The two new IMAG and GreEn-ER rooms are secure and energy efficient.
- The IMAG site which is located on the university campus of Saint Martin d'Hères.
- The GreEn-Er site, which is located on the Grenoble scientific peninsula.
- Two other rooms which are also located on the university campus of Saint Martin d'Hères.
Thanks to the work carried out by the GRICAD/UGA datacenter technical committee, the IMAG building
datacenter obtained Code of Conduct certification in 2020 from the European Union's Joint Research Centre (EU-JRC).
Learn more about the
Code of Conduct.
New rooms are to open in the coming years, replacing the "old generation" rooms, by expanding the offer
of eco-responsible accommodation.
Accommodation is a service offered to the Education
/ Research community of the Grenoble region, whether
you are a member of the EPE UGA or outside.
This accommodation is subject to the approval and
signature of a charter and may require an agreement
according to your institution.
The Datacenter's technical committee will decide
where to host your equipment, depending on the
available space and the specificities of your
Assistance for installation
You are not alone, our teams are there to help you
set up your servers, to explain the instructions for
installing equipment, connecting to the network,
physical access and the security rules to follow.
Supervision and monitoring
Through the supervision and monitoring of the
electrical supply, cooling, infrastructure and
physical access to the rooms, we offer you a secure
environment for your equipment.
The IMAG and GreEn-ER sites have a dedicated on-site maintainer 24/7.
Datacenter Network: SPRING
The SPRING project aims to design,
deploy and operate, through a technical committee, a shared SDN
infrastructure for the Grenoble Alpes University Datacentre.
It serves as the basis for many projects such as
Winter or Summer, and hosts the servers of GRICAD,
multiple laboratories, UFR or central services.
If you wish to host a physical or virtual machine
in the Grenoble Alpes University datacenter and you
need a network and security service provision
service; or if you simply want to obtain
information about our activities, you can contact
them at the following address
For members of EPE UGA, the cost of
accommodation infrastructure in the rooms is covered
by the institutions.
Your electricity consumption and related services
will be your responsibility, except for the IMAG
room where the political will of the UGA is to
cover the cost of the electricity consumption of
its hosted entities.
You will find attached the
prices of the different services (french).
Procedure for a request for accommodation
For a first request, please contact us by email at
After agreement with the technical committee, you
will be invited to complete the hosting request
for each of your equipment on our