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HPC-AI Summer Seminar Series - "Container Mythbusters”

July 25, 2019 - 1:30pm to 2:50pm
Shriram Center for Bioengineering and Chemical Engineering · Shriram 104 (First Floor classroom facing Via Ortega)

Free

Container MythbustersMichael E. JenningsHPC Systems TeamLos Alamos National Laboratory

As containers initially grew to prominence within the greater Linux community, particularly in the hyperscale/cloud and web application space, there was very little information out there about using Linux containers for high-performance computing (HPC) at all, so those who were interested in making use of this fledgling technology were pretty much on their own.  Today, we have the opposite problem:  There's so much information out there on this topic nowadays - much of it confusing, confounding, or even conflicting! - that it can be all but impossible to separate the facts from the fluff...or worse, the Dumbledores from the Voldemorts!In this seminar, we'll confront this problem head-on by clearing up some common misconceptions about containers, bust some myths born out of misunderstanding and marketing hype alike, and learn how to safely (and securely!) navigate the Linux container landscape with an eye toward what the future holds for containers in HPC and how we can all get there together!

Please be on time, only enter classroom from 1st floor Via Ortega entrance, parking garages are located nearby with visitor parking.Please keep in mind while we offer this to our members of the community, this is a University course with registered students, so please be respectful of this when attending the seminar series.Thanks and hope to see you there!

Event Sponsor: 
Stanford High Performance Computing Center
Contact Email: 
stevejones@stanford.edu

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