SDSC Bootcamps

SDSC Bootcamps are training sessions that include different types of training materials, including lectures, webinars, tutorials, and hands-on coding/practice sessions that provide the attendee with a more in-depth learning experience.

Next Scheduled Bootcamp:

Introduction to Singularity: Containers for High-Performance Computing

Thursday, March 21, 2019, 8:30am to 12:00pm, PST

This bootcamp provides an introduction to running Singularity containers on the SDSC Triton Shared Compute Cluster (TSCC) for users currently using the TSCC and those who want to know more about running Singularity on the TSCC. SDSC's computational scientist Marty Kandes provides an in-depth review of the important issues pertaining to running Singularity in the TSCC high-performance ecosystem and includes several useful container examples for you to explore.

Training consists of a 1.5 hour presentation followed by a 2 hour Q&A/user support session, drop in users were welcome. 

Register HERE

Past Bootcamps

Introduction to Accessing and Running Jobs on the TSCC System

Thursday, January 24, 2019

This bootcamp covers everything new users need to know about using the TSCC system. Topics include:

  • How to apply
  • An overview of condo/hotel
  • Overview of various architectures of condo, GPU’s, data mover nodes
  • Accounts and allocation usage monitoring
  • Environmental modules
  • Queues, building jobs, job submission
  • File systems

Training consisted of a 1.5 hour presentation followed by a 2 hour Q&A user support session, drop in users were welcome. 

Download slides, code samples, and more from the Github site for this TSCC Bootcamp. 

View the recording of the presentations for this TSCC Bootcamp.