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CANCELLED: Containerization Techniques for Cloud & HPC Lunch 'n Learn

Thursday, April 9, 2020 at 12:00pm to 1:00pm

Physical Sciences Building, 401
245 East Avenue

Interested in moving your software to the cloud or a supercomputer? Containerizing your software can significantly simplify the process. Container technologies, such as Docker and Singularity, have proven useful for portability and reproducibility in a variety of settings. We will explore why containers are useful for scientific computing, technologies for containerizing software, how they impact code performance, and how to get started using them to develop and deploy cloud and high-performance computing applications.

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Event Type

Lecture, Training

Departments

CAC: Cornell Center for Advanced Computing

Tags

isscal

Cost

Free

Contact E-Mail

paul.redfern@cornell.edu

Contact Name

Paul Redfern

Contact Phone

607-227-1865

Speaker

Peter Vaillancourt, Computational Scientist

Speaker Affiliation

Cornell Center for Advanced Computing (CAC)

Dept. Web Site

https://www.cac.cornell.edu/

Open To

Cornell students, faculty & staff (no registration required). Lunch provided at 12:00 pm (first come/first served).

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