Toward sharing and simplifying shifty software: containerization with Singularity

Would you like to be able to move, share or publish your software without worrying whether it will work properly on other computers? Containerization is an OS-level virtualization method used to deploy and run distributed applications without launching an entire virtual machine for each app. Containers are "stand-alone", enabling workflows to be easily packaged and shared across platforms, enhancing reproducibility and portability. This hands-on tutorial by CU Research Computing staff will provide an introduction to containers and the basics of building and running containers with Docker (Part 1 of the workshop) and Singularity (Part 2 of the workshop). Singularity is containerization software used on high-performance computing platforms where users do not have escalated privileges. Users may take either or both parts of the workshop depending on whether their interest is Docker, Singularity, or both.

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Wednesday, September 29 at 2:00pm to 4:00pm

Virtual Event
Event Type

Workshop/Training, Virtual

Interests

Development & Training, Research & Innovation

Audience

Students, Faculty, Alumni, General Public, Staff, Postdoc

College, School & Unit

University Libraries

Tags

Libraries, CRDDS

Group
Center for Research Data and Digital Scholarship
Hashtag

#crdds, RC

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