San Francisco, California, USA
London, United Kingdom
Using High Performance Computing: a practical introduction.
This workshop is designed for new users wanting a complete introduction to HPC.
The course will cover:
- Log in to the HPC server from your computer
- Explore the environment using unix commands and the FileZilla GUI
- Transfer data to and from the server
- Submit a job to the queueing system
- Compare HPC with the cloud compute cluster Emu
This course will use eRSA’s Tizard HPC and EMU compute cluster services as demonstration, but the skills will be applicable to most HPC systems such as the national HPC at NCI and your institutional HPC service.
- As this is an interactive workshop, attendees will need an active eRSA account in order to attend. If you do not yet have an account with eRSA, please register at https://register.ersa.edu.au/. You will need you eRSA username and password in order to take part.
- It is recommended that attendees use their own laptop in this workshop (Windows, Mac or Linux OS). This means that when you leave the workshop, you will have the configuration complete on your own computer. However, there are laptops available for use in the room
- Attendees using their own laptop will need to have wifi access at the University of Adelaide. You may need to make sure you can access the “eduroam” network if you are from another institution. Access to eduroam is administered by your home institution, see http://www.eduroam.edu.au/tools-and-resources.html for details.
If your schedule changes and you can't attend the workshop, please log into Eventbrite and cancel your registration to ensure others don't miss out.
You can cancel up to 24 hours prior to the workshop, otherwise you may be billed a late-cancellation fee of $20
We will email you 48 hours prior to the workshop to remind you to cancel if you won't be attending.
When & Where
eRSA's mission is to enable discovery, innovation and collaboration by providing eResearch facilities, services, training and expertise.
eRSA was established in 2007 to coordinate the implementation of national and state eResearch strategies in South Australia.