Innovators: ACENET Training

ACENET Training

2017-11-03
Newfoundland

ACENET provides advanced computing resources, expertise, consulting and training to post-secondary researchers and some industry throughout Atlantic Canada. Advanced computing entails computationally and/or data intensive work that is beyond the capabilities of a desktop, including high performance computing, big data, GPU, cloud, storage and large-scale file transfer.


We will be conducting our Basics Series seminars on Advanced Computing and how to use the Compute Canada/ACENETsystems. These are oriented to novice and newer users across faculty and students.


Introduction to ACENET
What is ACENET and what can it do for me? What hardware and software is available? How do I get an account? Once I’ve got an account, how do I get connected and start doing things? For those new to ACENET. No experience is necessary. A Compute Canada account and laptop are strongly recommended.  October 18th, 4:00-5:00pm, Memorial University, Chemistry Building C-3053


Introduction to Unix Command Line
Learn the basic concepts and commands needed to work with the Unix/Linux command line interface. For new users of ACENET systems. No experience is necessary. A Compute Canada account and laptop are strongly recommended.  October 19th, 2:00-4:00pm, Memorial University, Chemistry Building C-3053


Introduction to Shell Scripting
Exercise the power of the command line with shell scripting. For those familiar with working in a Unix/Linux environment but have had no experience with shell scripting. For new users of ACENET systems. No experience is necessary. A Compute Canada account and laptop are strongly recommended.  October 25th, 4:00-5:00pm, Memorial University, Chemistry Building C-3053


Understanding Job Management
Learn how the job scheduler works, and how to make it efficiently manage and troubleshoot jobs. For new users of ACENET systems. A Compute Canada account and laptop are strongly recommended.  October 26th, 4:00-5:00pm, Memorial University, Chemistry Building C-3053

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Introduction to Using Cedar and Graham Clusters
Join this introductory session to using the new national systems, Graham and Cedar. Participants will learn about their capabilities, file systems, available software, the Slurm scheduler, and how to start using them. This session provides an overview and quick-start guidance.  November 3rd, 12:00-1:30pm, Memorial University, Room A1043 (Arts & Administration Building)

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Should you have any questions, please contact oliver.stueker@ace-net.ca or info@ace-net.ca.

Regards,

 


Michele Fash
Director, Business Development, ACENET
212 Emmerson Hall, Acadia University
michele.fash@ace-net.ca
902.680.2693 | www.acceleratediscovery.ca | @computeatlantic
A Compute Canada Regional Partner


 

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