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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!
Note: This workshop is complementary to, and not redundant with our previous workshop in October.
seats limited; register ASAP!
Full schedule is available 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:
Members of the PATh team will present a 30-minute Overview of OSG and dHTC Services for Campuses 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!