Compile open source - Run open source - Live Open Source Research

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Compile open source - Run open source - Live Open Source Research

HPC Resources available for GPL Projects - https://portal.xsede.org/web/xup/resource-monitor

https://download.gimp.org/mirror/pub/gimp/v2.10/

https://boinc.n-helix.com/trac/wiki/SourceCodeGit

https://science.n-helix.com/

RS

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http://bit.ly/NERSC-TACC-HPC

http://bit.ly/NERSC-TACC-HPC - some of our tasks :D exciting!

QuantumHelos
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2019 INCITE Proposal Writing

2019 INCITE Proposal Writing - Projects for summit and DOE Compute assets

https://vimeo.com/267864343

QuantumHelos
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2019 INCITE Proposal Writing

2019 INCITE Proposal Writing - Projects for summit and DOE Compute assets

https://vimeo.com/267864343

Working the work's of science : https://science.energy.gov/~/media/bes/pdf/BESat40/BES_at_40.pdf

https://energy-sci.n-helix.com/ascr/ submit proposals!

QuantumHelos
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The open Science grid project

The open Science grid project is exciting - how do boinc Berkeley, TACC & HPC users and mainframes join
I suggest that we can have the boinc automatic profile as a sub package with a separate
at home link that allows users with profiles on subjects like https://einsteinathome.org
and https://lhcathome.cern.ch to join tasks requiring a minimum performance allocation..

of for example 1.25Ghz (phones and Xeon for example) and 250 megs of ram per task, Including the ability to certify the availability of resources for demanding subjects.

Thus points can be allocated to a sub group of projects on the boinc points data & performance graphs.

Rupert S

http://opensciencegrid.org/

https://science.n-helix.com/

see the true power of the science grid

https://boinc.n-helix.com/

https://www.worldcommunitygrid.org/research/viewAllProjects.do

https://portal.xsede.org/resource-monitor

fast link - https://gracc-opensciencegrid.org.hpc.n-helix.com

The Open Science Grid
A national, distributed computing partnership for data-intensive research

What We Do
The OSG facilitates access to distributed high throughput computing for research in the US. The resources accessible through the OSG are contributed by the community, organized by the OSG, and governed by the OSG consortium. In the last 12 months, we have provided more than 1.2 billion CPU hours to researchers across a wide variety of projects.

Submit Locally, Run Globally
Researchers can submit batch jobs from their home institution - or OSG-provided submit points - in order to access their local resources and expand elastically out to the OSG, leverage the distributed nature of our consortium.

Sharing Is Key
Sharing is a core principle of the OSG. Over 100 million CPU hours delivered on the OSG in the past year were opportunistic: they would have remained on but idle if it wasn't for the OSG. Sharing allows individual researchers to access larger computing resources and large organizations to keep their utilization high.

Resource Providers
The Open Science Grid consists of computing and storage elements at over 100 individual sites spanning the United States. These sites, primarily at universities and national labs, range in size from a few hundred to tens of thousands of CPU cores.

The OSG Software Stack
The OSG provides an integrated software stack to enable high throughput computing; visit our technical documents website for information.

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