June Workshop Series Submitting Jobs and Handling Data on Crane

Date: Time: 1:00 pm–5:00 pm
Avery Hall Room: 347
Additional Info: AVH
Contact: Holland Computing Center, 4024726316, hcc-support@unl.edu
Throughout the month of June, the Holland Computing Center (HCC) will be offering a series weekly hands-on workshops which will cover topics ideal for individuals new to Holland Resources and High Performance Computing.

June 5th: Connecting to HCC Clusters and Introduction to Bash

Learn how to connect to Holland’s High Performance Computing cluster, Crane and how to navigate in the Linux command line with the Bash shell. Topics include the use of pipes, filters, loops, and handling of text files. Lesson materials based on Software Carpentry lessons.

June 12th: Introduction to Bash (cont.) and Revision Control with Git

Continue mastering the Bash shell by learning how to write reusable shell scripts to help automate tasks. We will also be looking at how using version control with Git can help streamline collaboration and manage revisions. Lesson materials based on Software Carpentry lessons.

June 19th: Submitting Jobs and Handling Data on Crane

Learn the basics of working with Holland resources. Topics include an overview of HCC offerings, submitting batch jobs, handling data and tips on how to optimize workflow.

June 26th: Anvil: HCC’s Cloud and the Open Science Grid

Learn about Anvil, HCC’s Open Stack resource which allows researchers greater flexibility by offering cloud-based virtual machines which are ideal for applications that are not well suited to the Linux command line environment. Also, learn about the Open Science Grid (OSG), a nation-wide collection of opportunistic resources that are well suited to large high-throughput applications. Learn what jobs are ideal for OSG and how to begin using this service.

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