XSEDE is a single virtual system that scientists can use to interactively share computing resources, data and expertise. People around the world use these resources and services – things like supercomputers, collections of data and new tools – to improve our planet.
If you currently use, or want to use, advanced research computing resources and services, XSEDE can help. Whether you intend to use XSEDE-allocated resources or resources elsewhere, the XSEDE program works to make such resources easier to use and help more people to use them.
XSEDE may be a good option of Spelman researchers’ high-performance computing needs, and there is a new user training tomorrow that will provide an overview of XSEDE resources.
The XSEDE new user training is a 90 minute webinar providing general overview and reference information for first-time users of XSEDE resources at any of XSEDE’s service providers. This session is particularly targeted at users who have just received their first allocation on XSEDE. It is not intended to teach programming, numerical methods, or computational science, but rather to provide a quick tour of what XSEDE has to offer.
The following topics are covered:
* Overview of XSEDE resources and services
* How to sign on to / access XSEDE systems and the Common User Environment
* Moving data in and out of XSEDE
* Basics of running jobs
* The XSEDE User Portal
* Training and documentation resources
* How to get help
* Extended and Collaborative support
* Software availability
Please register for this event by choosing the New User Training class on the XSEDE Portal Training course calendar.