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Sylabs Readies for Native OCI Compatibility with Release of SingularityCE 3.10

Reno, NV – May 18, 2022 – Sylabs, provider of tools and services for performance-intensive container technology, today announced that it has released SingularityCE 3.10. The newest update makes significant steps towards full OCI compatibility, giving Singularity the ability to natively run OCI-based container workflows. The release also adds functionality for resource limits using cgroups […]

HPC Open Source Container Company Sylabs Appoints Adam Hughes CTO

Reno, NV – March 23, 2022 – Sylabs, the global leader in providing tools and services for performance-intensive container runtime technology, today announced that it has appointed Adam Hughes to the position of Chief Technology Officer. Hughes will lead Sylab’s technology strategy and relevant roadmaps as the company advances its mission to provide the most […]

Sylabs releases SingularityPRO 3.5

Today Sylabs announced the release of SingularityPRO 3.5, a popular container platform for HPC, supercomputing, and AI. “SingularityPRO 3.5, released January 21st, 2020, brings exciting new features to the long-term professionally supported version of the container platform. Based on the open source 3.5.2 release, SingularityPRO will receive security and bug fixes for 3 years, making it an ideal solution for the business-driven needs of enterprise customers containerizing their compute workloads.”

Addressing the Scientific Reproducibility Crisis with Singularity

Michael Bauer from Sylabs gave this talk at the Perth HPC Conference. “Containers provide the means to encapsulate an application, its dependencies, data, and configurations, that allows for full mobility and reproducibility of the software stack. Containers have disrupted the Linux scene within the last few years because they have created a paradigm shift in what it means to package up and move applications and data.”

Singularity Enterprise to Accelerate Adoption of Containers with Cryptographically Verifiable Trust

Today Sylabs announced that Singularity Enterprise is now generally available as a self-hosted offering, making it faster and easier for businesses to adopt containerization across their production environments. In private beta since April of this year, Singularity Enterprise has grabbed the attention of DevOps and IT infrastructure teams at leading businesses and government organizations for expediting containerized workloads from development into production.

Singularity 3.3.0 Goes GA

Today Sylabs announced the Generally Available Release of Singularity 3.3.0. As the premier Container platform for performance-sensitive workloads, this release of Singularity focused on quality and stability. “Given the frenetic pace of development, we saw this as an opportunity to double down on quality and stability. Three release candidates later, you can appreciate that the quality and stability objective has been achieved in spades. Kudos to the entire user, developer, and provider community for their collective and substantial efforts in reaching this milestone.”

Why Containerization was Key to Fueling Innovation at ISC19

In this special guest feature, Ian Lumb from Sylabs describes containerization was Fueling Innovation at ISC 2019. “Interest in containerization has never been stronger. Although there’s much to extract from ISC19, even if you weren’t able to attend the event, there are alternative approaches for accelerating your uptake of this secure, performant, and portable technology that also ensures reproducibility.”

Decoupling EDA Toolchains from the OS with Singularity Containers

Singularity containers introduce a compelling means for unlocking the implied dependency between application toolchains and operating system. By encapsulating everything but the kernel in a single file, Singularity containers decouple the runtime and allow it to be highly portable in a trusted way. 

How Singularity Containers can ease the Transition to RHEL 8

The general availability of Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8 was announced this week at the Red Hat Summit in Boston. In this special guest feature, Ian Lumb writes that the company’s Singularity containers can ease the transition to RHEL 8. “RHEL 8 is a transition over time, not a discrete event in time. Singularity containers preserve your heavily vested legacy deployments, while enabling you to make the transition on your terms.”

Sylabs boosts HPC Containers with SingularityPRO 3.1

Today Sylabs announced the release of SingularityPRO 3.1 in what the company is calling a watershed moment for enterprise customers everywhere. “SingularityPRO 3.1 is the most highly anticipated release of our enterprise software ever,” said Gregory Kurtzer, founder and CEO of Sylabs. “With this release, we’re rapidly advancing container science, making it a truly opportune time for those seeking to containerize the most demanding enterprise performance computing workloads in the most trusted way.”