DELTA Resource Users,
We apologize for any duplication.
We are happy to announce that the National Science Foundation approved the transition of DELTA to full production. The official start date of production will be September 19th, 2022. Please be aware that computational usage by jobs on DELTA ending after Noon (Central Time) Monday, 9/19/22 will be charged against your allocations.
Note that ACCESS awards can be managed on DELTA at https://allocations.access-ci.org/requests.
The following sentence in our recent announcement needs clarification:
- "XSEDE support for Globus and Grid Community Toolkit client software, including the myproxy, gsi-openssh, and globus-url-copy commands, will end. "
XSEDE will no longer support the Globus Toolkit client software, and the Grid Community Toolkit client software, which provide the legacy commands myproxy-init, myproxy-logon, gsi-openssh, and globus-url-copy.
SDSC is seeking a small number of researchers interested in exploring the NSF-funded AI supercomputer, Voyager, which is currently in the testbed phase at the San Diego Supercomputer Center. Voyager is based on Intel’s Habana Lab AI processors and provides a unique opportunity to use AI focused hardware for exploring AI in science and engineering.
Parallel Computing Concepts
Wednesday, September 14, 2022
11:00 AM – 12:00 PM PDT
Instructor: Robert Sinkovits, Director of Scientific Computing Applications, SDSC
Please register at https://na.eventscloud.com/2022-09-parallel-computing-concepts