Singularity Containers for HPC, Reproducibility, and Mobility

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Apr 10, 2017 | Blog, Media

Singularity Was Created For Hpc In The Absence Of Other Solutions

At the recent Intel HPC Developer Conference, Gregory Kurtzer (Singularity project lead and LBNL staff member) and Krishna Muriki (Computer Systems Engineer at LBNL) provided a beginning and advanced tutorial on Singularity. One of Kurtzer’s key takeaways:

“setting up workflows in under a day is commonplace with Singularity”.

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