After school1. Latest Version of MoU - here
2. Latest Version of Policy Documernt - here
Using the UJ cluster
If you want to continue with the exercises / play around with submitting jobs etc. on the UJ cluster, we will have a ssh login available to you. Contact Simon Connell <shconnell AT uj.ac.za>for more information.
Getting involved in the OSG
The online version of the grid school lab sessions can be found at http://opensciencegrid.org/OnlineGridCourse
1. Power Point Slides from Ben Clifford - OSG
2. Tutorial Material
Use Putty to connect from windows to osg-ui.grid.uj.ac.za
Use a shell and ssh to connect from a linux / Mac machine
If you would like to become more involved in the OSG (either gaining direct access from your machine to OSG resources, or by connecting your cluster to the OSG), send an email to Ben Clifford <benc AT ci.uchicago.edu>.
Getting involved in the SA national grid
Visit http://www.sagrid.ac.za. There is information and training, including
- * User
- * Application porting
- * Site administration
Events and Training at http://indico.sagrid.ac.za/
Other supercomputing and grid resources
If you have any interest in video broadcast of a course in "Supercomputing in plain English", see http://www.oscer.ou.edu/education.php. If you are interested in utilising Windows machines with a coLinux Condor pool, see http://www.oscer.ou.edu/CondorInstall/condor_colinux_howto.php. Contact Horst Severini at email@example.com for more information. The main OSCER (OU Supercomputing Center for Education and Research) site can be found at http://www.oscer.ou.edu.
DOSAR is a grass roots grid organisation that is dedicated to getting people involved in grid computing. See http://www-hep.uta.edu/dosar.
|Coming after the School .....|
|Bruce Becker||The South African National Compute Grid (odp)|
|Introduction to the grid (odp)|
|Job management (Condor) (ppt)|
|Using production grid infrastructure (ppt)|
|Grid applications and grid workflows (ppt)|