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26 July 2022

Setonix Migration Training: Session 1 (26 July)

Join Pawsey Specialists for the FIRST of a 3-part Setonix Migration Training Series (Week 6, July 25-29) To support your transition to the new Setonix supercomputer, Pawsey is providing weekly trainings. You can attend these weekly sessions once or multiple times – some or all of the modules – as needed and as fits your

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19 July 2022

Setonix Migration Training: Session 1 (July 19)

Join Pawsey Specialists for the FIRST of a 3-part Setonix Migration Training Series (Week 5, July 18-22) To support your transition to the new Setonix supercomputer, Pawsey is providing weekly trainings. You can attend these weekly sessions once or multiple times – some or all of the modules – as needed and as fits your

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11 July 2022

Setonix Migration Training: Session 1 (11 July)

Join Pawsey Specialists for the FIRST of a 3-part Setonix Migration Training Series (Week 4, July 11-15) To support your transition to the new Setonix supercomputer, Pawsey is providing weekly trainings. You can attend these weekly sessions once or multiple times – some or all of the modules – as needed and as fits your

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4 July 2022

Setonix Migration Training: Session 1 (July 4)

Join Pawsey Specialists for the FIRST of a 3-part Setonix Migration Training Series (Week 3, July 4-8) To support your transition to the new Setonix supercomputer, Pawsey is providing weekly trainings. You can attend these weekly sessions once or multiple times – some or all of the modules – as needed and as fits your

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26 April 2022

Introduction to Containers on HPC (Radio Astronomy Focus)

Join Pawsey specialists for this introduction to containers for High Performance Computing (HPC), using examples from radio astronomy. Containers enable you to package up an application and its dependencies and encourage reproducibility, portability and shareability of computational workflows. This workshop explores: The build of containers, including using the build process to write container recipes The

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25 July 2021

Building a Bioinformatics HPC Community in Australia

With the support of the Australian BioCommons and ABACBS, a Bioinformatics Community of Practice (CoP) has been created. This has been launched as a result of the Bioinformatics at Scale and Australia’s Next Generation of Supercomputers event, held earlier in 2021. The CoP will give bioinformaticians using supercomputers the opportunity to share their knowledge and experiences while remaining

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26 June 2020

Showcasing supercomputers through uptake projects

Every year, the Pawsey Supercomputing Centre provides access to a range of supercomputing services to the Australian research community and international collaborators. We call this the Pawsey Uptake Projects, which provides researchers with access to dedicated Pawsey staff time for researchers in a collaboration to help maximize the research impact of the Pawsey Supercomputing Centre resources.

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9 April 2020

Pawsey Webinar Series: Containers in HPC

The use of containers has become an attractive framework for several areas of research supported by Pawsey (including bioinformatics and machine learning, among others). Pawsey supports the usage of OpenFOAM containers. You can read more in the Pawsey documentation, The most recent supported versions of OpenFOAM. Invitation for Online Training: Training dates will be advised soon.

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22 March 2020

Growing Pawsey expertise on container orchestration solutions

Opportunities to work with Kubernetes container orchestration, building on Pawsey’s existing container technology for its HPC systems, are some of the features offered by the new refreshed Nimbus cloud, available at Pawsey from April 1st.  The new high-throughput computing infrastructure represents a significant improvement from the original Nimbus Cloud, in CPU, memory and storage, providing

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26 August 2019

Pawsey at the 2019 Festival of Learning – ResBaz

Pawsey Supercomputing Centre attended Perth ResBaz 2019, hosting three training sessions at this ‘un-conference’ festival of learning, hosted by Curtin University. This year, Pawsey had four representatives attend. Anne Backhaus, Education and Training Manager, Luke Edwards, Data Specialist, and Supercomputing Applications Specialists Brian Skjerven and Marco De La Pierre, all delivered successful training sessions on

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