Della is a 128-node Intel Westmere computer cluster, originally acquired through a joint effort of Astrophysics, the Lewis-Sigler Institute for Integrative Genomics, PICSciE and OIT. It is intended as a platform for running production parallel jobs. Each processor has at least 4 GB of RAM allowing for large per task memory requirements. Half (64) of the nodes have 8 GB of RAM per processor. All are connected via a QDR Infiniband high bandwidth low latency network allowing for developing, testing, scaling and benchmarking codes in this environment.