You’ll need a laptop with a web browser and a terminal. See also the Setup page.
You might want to brush up on the fundamentals of the Linux Shell for HPC.
This tutorial has been designed in a modular way. Episodes can be thought as categorised as follows:
Once you’ve gone through Episodes 1-5, there are almost no further dependencies. You can go on and pick whichever you are interested in, and you will be able to follow through.
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|00:00||1. Introduction to containers|
|00:10||2. Basics of Singularity|
|00:50||3. Share files with the host: BLAST, a bioinformatics demo|
|01:10||4. Build and share your own container image|
|01:30||5. Inside a build definition file|
|01:50||6. Building images with Docker|
|02:10||7. GUI enabled web applications: RStudio in a container|
|02:30||8. Making Python not awful with containers|
|02:50||9. Computational Fluid Dynamics with MPI containers|
|03:10||10. Set up writable containers: another bio example with Trinity|
|03:30||11. Molecular dynamics with GPU containers|
|03:45||12. Reproducible scientific workflows|
|04:00||13. GUI applications using X11 windows: the Gnuplot example|
|04:15||14. Streamline the user experience: bash wrappers and modules|
|04:35||15. Setup Singularity on your machine|
|04:50||16. Overview of Docker|
|05:20||17. Run multi-component web services with Docker Compose|
|05:35||18. Other notable container tools|
The actual schedule may vary slightly depending on the topics and exercises chosen by the instructor.