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An Introduction to High Throughput Computing for Users and System Administrators - Separate Registration Required

Time 10/08/15 08:30AM-03:30PM

Room Room 23

Session Abstract

High-throughput computing (HTC) is characterized by location-independent, opportunistic execution of single-node multi-core jobs, and is a method for efficiently using existing computing resources. This workshop will introduce you to HTC and, through hands-on learning, you will learn how to set-up and run large technical workloads as HTC jobs on your own campus and through the Open Science Grid (OSG). The workshop is aimed at two groups: researchers and graduate students who want to accelerate their computing, and system administrators who are responsible for meeting research computing needs on their campus. In this workshop, you will learn how HTC systems are implemented and managed, and the basics of how to run multiple jobs in a scientific computing workflow.

For more information on this workshop, see: Colocated Meetings and Workshops Home Page

SEPARATE REGISTRATION REQUIRED: Register Here

Speakers

Speaker Lauren Michael University of Wisconsin - Madison

Speaker Greg Thain University of Wisconsin - Madison

Speaker Robert Gardner University of Chicago

Presentation Media

media item thumbnail Bring OSG Pools to Your Cluster

Speaker Robert Gardner University of Chicago

media item thumbnail Why High Throughput Computing?

Speaker Lauren Michael University of Wisconsin - Madison

media item thumbnail HTCondor User Tutorial

Speaker Greg Thain University of Wisconsin - Madison

media item thumbnail HTCondor Admin Tutorial

Speaker Greg Thain University of Wisconsin - Madison

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