PEARC19 - Portable, Reproducible High Performance Computing In the Cloud - July 29th 2019, 8:30am-5pm CT

This tutorial will focus on providing attendees exposure to state-of-the-art techniques for portable, reproducible research computing, enabling them to easily transport analyses from cloud to HPC resources. We will introduce open source technologies such as Jupyter, Docker and Singularity, the emerging "serverless" computing paradigm, and how to utilize these tools within two NSF-funded cyberinfrastucture platforms, Agave and Abaco API. The approaches introduced not only increase application portability and reproducibility but also reduce or eliminate the need for investigators to maintain physical infrastructure so that more time can be spent on analysis. For the tutorial, attendees will have access to allocations on XSEDE JetStream and one or more HPC resources such as TACC’s Stampede2 or Frontera.

Information on attending PEARC19 can be found here.


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