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Video: Providing a National Software Repository for Interactive HPC

Lance Wilson from Monash University gave this talk at the Singularity User Group. “The repository for the build files is public and is run in the same way as a software development project. In addition to the build files being public, the repository is linked to singularity hub, such that the containers are easily available to anyone in the characterisation research community.”

The Inaugural Singularity User Group Meeting: Registration Open Now

The San Diego Supercomputer Center (SDSC) and Sylabs have teamed up to bring the Community its first ever meeting of the Singularity User Group (SUG). Singularity has become what it is today through the engagement of users, developers, and providers that have collectively developed a sense of community around the software and its ecosystem. Read on as Ian Lumb, Technical Writer at Sylabs, shares the origins of the new annual Singularity User Group Meeting.