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Legacy Systems Update - Bugaboo Decommissioned JANUARY 2018

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WestGrid Legacy Systems Defunding Update

“Defunded” means that the system is no longer funded, operated or maintained as part of Compute Canada’s national cyberinfrastructure platform, which is funded through the Canada Foundation for Innovation’s (CFI) Major Science Initiatives (MSI) program. Local institutions may choose to keep a system running, which may result in usage limited to a certain group of users (e.g. only those from the local institution).

Compute Canada Announces Resource Allocation Competitions for 2015

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Compute Canada is proud to announce its Resource Allocation Opportunities for 2015. Compute Canada’s Advanced Research Computing (ARC) resources are accessible to researchers at Canadian academic institutions and may be accessed using the opportunities below. There are four components to this year's Resource Allocation Competition:

Uof A Director, Research Computing Services Position

Information Services and Technology (IST), the central IT department at the University of Alberta, provides the key infrastructure, services, and support for research, and for the teaching and learning endeavors and provides support directly to individuals, to faculties and departments, and across the enterprise, keeping the University on the leading edge of information technology.

QuickStart Guide for New Users

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HPC Carpentry @ University of Alberta

HPC Carpentry is a new two-day workshop designed to teach how to interact with a compute cluster. The first lesson, Intro to HPC, is a general introduction to the bash command line and submitting jobs on a typical HPC cluster. The second lesson in this workshop focuses on creating parallel programs that execute across one or more compute nodes. Each lesson runs from 9:00 am - 4:30 pm each day.

All about job wait times in the Graham queue

This webinar is presented by SHARCNET, an HPC consortium that is part of Compute Ontario, one of four regional partners of Compute Canada. You do not need a SHARCNET or Compute Canada account to attend this session. 

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Job wait times in the scheduling queue of large, shared and heavily allocated general purpose systems like Graham and Cedar can be a non-trivial portion of a research project's time-to-result.

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