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Simplify Slurm HPC Job Submission for End Users Webinar, 1/26/17

1/9/17 Adaptive Computing’s new Viewpoint for Slurm, a visual, web-based job submission and management portal designed to provide greater self-sufficiency for end users while reducing admin overhead will host a 60-minute webinar on January 26th. There will be 2 sessions, one at 9am MST and another at 2pm MST. After the webinar, all interested attendees […]

Upcoming SEAD Webinar: Discovering Solutions to Common Data Management Problems, 1/24/17

1/6/17 The SEAD team will host a webinar on Jan. 24, 2017 at 1:00 pm Eastern To register: https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/505308436143096322 Researchers increasingly require enhanced capabilities to integrate, interpret, and share data in order to meet the demands of 21st-century science. Yet many still lack dependable systems for managing data, and, as a result, encounter difficulties locating and […]

figshare webinars in November

figshare is offering two webinars in November. Data Discovery, Data FAIRport, and the Importance of Free, Open APIs in RDM Infrastructure will take place November 15th, and Expanding figshare metadata with figmeta will take place November 30th.

Globus 101 Webinar on 10/6/2016

The OU Supercomputing Center for Education & Research (OSCER) is hosting a webinar on managing research data with Globus. Globus is software-as-a-service for research data management and provides high speed, secure file transfer; file sharing directly from existing stage systems; and data publication to institutional repositories. The presentation is aimed at those new to Globus, but attendees with prior Globus experience may also benefit by learning about new and planned features.

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