Singularity – Containers for Science, Reproducibility, and HPC

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In this video from the 2017 HPC Advisory Council Stanford Conference, Greg Kurtzer from LBNL presents: Singularity: Containers for Science, reproducibility, and HPC.

“Explore how Singularity liberates non-privileged users and host resources (such as interconnects, resource managers, file systems, accelerators …) allowing users to take full control to set-up and run in their native environments. This talk explores Singularity how it combines software packaging models with minimalistic containers to create very lightweight application bundles 

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