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dHTC Campus Workshop: Training in dHTC Facilitation, dHTC Office Hours

America/Chicago
Description

Thank you to those who attended for a great workshop! Recordings of the presented material (excluding group discussions) are available in a YouTube playlist, to supplement the below-linked materials.

 

In this installment of dHTC Campus Workshops offered by the Partnership to Advance Throughput Computing (PATh), we'll provide a half-day training on "Using and Facilitating the Use of dHTC and the OSG", followed by a half-day of Virtual Office Hours on all things dHTC. All campus cyberinfrastructure (CI) staff are invited to attend! Not sure what the Open Science Grid (OSG) or distributed high-throughput computing (dHTC) is? Join us for the first part of office hours to learn more!

While there is no fee for either day, registration is required for participants to receive virtual meeting room details and instructions for training accounts via email. Contact us at eventsATopensciencegrid.org with any questions.

Note: This workshop is complementary to, and not redundant with our previous workshop in October.

 

Feb 8 Training: "Using and Facilitating the Use of dHTC and the OSG", 2-5pm ET

seats limited; register ASAP!

Full schedule is available here (recorded videos here), from which materials will also be available. This 3-hour training (including breaks) will include hands-on and discussion-based exercises on the following topics:

  • Introduction to distributed high throughput computing (dHTC) approaches and systems
  • How to execute computational work using HTCondor, and on the Open Science Grid (and via the OSG Connect service)
  • OSG support for software portability and 'big data'
  • Identifying computational research that would be advanced by dHTC approaches
  • dHTC Facilitation of researchers on your campus
  • Services for building dHTC Facilitation capacity in campus teams

Feb 9 dHTC Virtual Office Hours, 2-5pm

(unlimited seats)

Members of the PATh team will present a 30-minute Overview of OSG and dHTC Services for Campuses (slides; video recording) and then be available to answer any questions (including everything discussed in our October workshop), with breakout rooms for the below topics. Come to ask your own questions or to just listen in on the discussion!

  • how to execute work on HTCondor systems and OSG, and services for building dHTC Facilitation capacity (open discussion after Feb 8 training)
  • services for building 'local' dHTC capacity, including the HTCondor Software Suite (HTCSS)
  • local "access points" into OSG
  • sharing local cluster capacity via OSG tools and services (relevant to CC* Compute requirements)

 

While there is no fee for either day, registration is required for participants to receive virtual meeting room details and instructions for training accounts via email.

 

This material is based upon work supported by the National Science Foundation under Grant No. 2030508. Any opinions, findings, and conclusions or recommendations expressed in this material are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the National Science Foundation.

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