The Scientific Computing team is now offering Intro and Intermediate courses to familiarize researchers with both the Linux OS and how to incorporate this knowledge to utilize the ERISOne Linux Cluster. ERISOne is a computing cluster used for data processing and analysis available as a shared resource to all researchers at no cost. This includes basic storage quota, shared computational resources and assistance from the ERIS support teams. Each hands-on course has limited space, and registration is required.
Please follow the links to learn more and select the course that fits your experience level. If you are completely new, you should start with the Intro course.
Location: Training Room 2W31, 399 Revolution Drive, Somerville MA, 02145
The classes will emphasize common strategies and best practices in utilizing Computational Resources and high-capacity storage systems provided by ERIS. This class will also include a hands-on session to provide the audience an opportunity to log onto the system, check out its software stack and use the scheduler for job submission, etc.
- Basic knowledge of Linux
- Bring a laptop, either Windows or Mac.
- Request an ERISOne account in advance. Please fill the form ERISOne Account Request Form.
- Install the NoMachine Enterprise Client. Please find Instructions in the Knowledge Base
- If you have a Windows laptop, please also install putty.