Singularity Containers on HPC
The CSC will be offering a workshop, Singularity Containers on HPC on Wednesday, Feb 8 from 11:30 am - 12:30 pm, in Elings/CNSI 1605. Singularity is a container platform. It allows you to create and run containers that package up software in a portable and reproducible way. You can build a container using Singularity on your laptop and then run it on the UCSB High-Performance Computing (HPC) cluster or national HPC clusters, a single server, in the cloud, or a workstation. Your container is a single file, and you don’t have to worry about how to install all the software you need on each different operating system and system.