Learn some knowledge from those who have their hands on the wheel with Singularity. Learn their ways, techniques, or even get some enlightenment about where to use Singularity.
2017 HPC Advisory Council Stanford Conference
Singularity: Containers for Science, Reproducibility, and HPC
This talk explores how Singularity combines software packaging models with minimalistic containers to create very lightweight application bundles which can be simply executed and contained completely within their environment or be used to interact directly with the host file systems at native speeds.
San Diego Supercomputer Center
Introduction to Singularity: Containers for Scientific and High-Performance Computing
In this webinar, we provide an overview of Singularity and how you might incorporate the use of containers in your own research. We also show you how to access and use some of the containerized applications that we make available to users on XSEDE systems like Comet and Expanse at SDSC.
Singularity: Containers for High-Performance Computing
This session will provide an overview of the main features and benefits of Singularity, as well as a demonstration of how to run Singularity on WestGrid and Compute Canada systems, how to access filesystems from the container, and how to convert Docker containers to Singularity applications.
Easy-Build Singularity Containers
In this hands on tutorial we will build 2 containers: a simple one to give users an understanding of how the set of scripts are working and how we can build for example Debian or CentOS containers without much knowledge of the background mechanisms. In the second, more advanced part, we show how to open up the containers and give users are chance to install their bespoken pipelines and use the power of the containers to run that on virtually any suitable platform.
Singularity in High Performance Computing (HPC)
In this webinar, we cover the basics of using Singularity and best practices of using it on Compute Canada HPC systems. We then discuss the common use cases and our experience with Singularity, and review the recent developments and changes in the newest versions of Singularity 3. The webinar is intended for everyone with basic skills in the Linux command line.
Singularity: simple, secure containers for HPC
Singularity is the most widely used container solution in high-performance computing (HPC). Instead of a layered filesystem, a Singularity container is stored in a single file. This simplifies the container management lifecycle and facilitates features such as image signing and verification to produce trusted containers.