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ECSS Symposium, Feb. 19, "Sustaining Science Gateway Operations through SciGaP" and "Ansible on the Cloud"

The next XSEDE Extended Collaborative Support Services (ECSS) symposium is happening February 19th, and features Suresh Marru (SGCI staff) and Eric Coulter of Indiana University ! Join coordinates can be found her e. Sustaining Science Gateway Operations through SciGaP Service Abstract: Science Gateways dramatically accelerate scientific discovery by providing crucial user- and science-centric points of entries to access cyberinfrastructure resources while shielding them from the...

XSEDE ECSS Symposium: Clusters in the Cloud - Programmable, Elastic Cyberinfrastructure + Software as a Service Gateways

The next XSEDE ECSS Symposium will take place April 17, 2018, at 1 pm Eastern. Symposium coordinates and full details can be found here:  https://www.xsede.org/for-users/ecss/ecss-symposium Clusters in the Cloud - Programmable, Elastic Cyberinfrastructure Eric Coulter, IU, will discuss the process of building a customized virtual cluster using Openstack, Ansible, and SLURM, the benefits of elastic resources for gateway groups, and how this can be applied to extend the compute...

XSEDE ECSS Symposium: Panel of PIs Share Experience with ECSS

This month’s symposium on March 20, 2018, features a panel of PIs sharing their experiences with ECSS. If you know of folks wondering what a collaboration is like from the PI’s perspective, this is the symposium to join. This will be recorded and available at  http://www.xsede.org/ecss- symposium  after the event. Webinar (PC, Mac, Linux, iOS, Android):  https://zoom.us/j/114343187 iPhone one-tap (US Toll):  +16468769923 ,,114343187# (or)  +16699006833...

XSEDE ECSS Symposium 12/19/17: Overview of Deployment Options

The next XSEDE ECSS Symposium will take place December 19, 2017, at 10 am Pacific/1 pm ET.  Andrea Zonca (SDSC) will be the first speaker. Andrea will give an overview of deployment options for Jupyter Notebooks at scale on XSEDE resources. They are all based on deploying Jupyterhub on Jetstream, then either spawn Notebooks on a traditional HPC system or setup a distributed scalable system on Jetstream instances either via Docker Swarm or Kubernetes. Mahidhar Tatineni (SDSC) will...

XSEDE ECSS 9/19 Seminar on Cosmic^2 Science Gateway and MPI Code for Simulating Black Holes

This month’s speakers for the XSEDE Extended Collaborative Support Services (ECSS)  Seminar series are Mona Wong of SGCI and the San Diego Supercomputer Center and Damon Dougall of the Texas Advanced Computing Center (TACC).   Mona will be talking about her work on the Cosmic^2 Cryo-EM science gateway for PI Michael Cianfrocco from the University of Michigan. Structural biology is in the midst of a revolution. Instrumentation and software improvements have...

XSEDE ECSS Symposium: Securing Access to Science Gateways with CILogon and Role-Based Access Control

CILogon is a service that allows users to securely access cyberinfrastructure resources by authenticating with their home institutions. Users benefit by not needing to learn a new username and password, and science gateway administrators benefit by not needing to securely manage user passwords. Apache Airavata is a software framework for building science gateways. Apache Airavata provides abstractions for describing compute and storage resources and the applications that can run on them....

XSEDE Extended Collaborative Support Services Monthly Symposium

The December XSEDE Extended Collaborative Support Services (ECSS) monthly symposium will take place on Tuesday, December 20 at 12 PM CST and will first feature speakers Trevor Cooper (San Diego Supercomputer Center) and Fugang Wang (Indiana University). Trevor and Fugang will describe and demonstrate Comet’s virtual cluster (VC) capabilities. VCs allow research teams to fully define their own software environment with a set of dynamically allocated virtual machines. There will be an overview...

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