Practical info -
Introductory workshop to EasyBuild and EESSI,
held in conjunction with the 8th EasyBuild User Meeting (EUM'23).
Tutorial website: https://tutorial.easybuild.io/2023-eb-eessi-uk-workshop
Please note that all times are in British Summer Time (BST, equivalent to UTC+1)!
Day 1 - Thu 27 April 2023 - 10:00-17:30 BST
Introduction to EasyBuild (incl. demos & hands-on)
- EasyBuild terminology
- Installation and configuration of EasyBuild
- Basic usage: installing software with EasyBuild
- Adding support for additional software: writing easyconfigs
- Module naming schemes (incl. hierarchical)
Day 2 - Fri 28 April 2023 - 10:00-17:30 BST
EasyBuild: advanced topics (incl. demos & hands-on)
- Contributing to EasyBuild (incl. GitHub integration)
- Customizing EasyBuild using hooks
- Implementing easyblocks
- Submitting installations as Slurm jobs
- Using EasyBuild as a Python library
Introduction to EESSI
- What is EESSI?
- High-level design of EESSI
- Getting access to EESSI
- Using EESSI
- Incl. demos & hands-on
Dates: Thu+Fri 27+28 April 2023
Venue: Imperial College London (Drawing Room), 170's Queens Gate
Attendance is free of cost, but registration is required (see below).
To attend this EasyBuild/EESSI workshop, you must register.
Seats are limited (20).
To register your attendance, please visit:
Updates and practical information will be sent via email to anyone who registered.
Registration will be open until Sunday 9 April 2023.
Note: only physical attendance!
We will try and record the sessions and make the recordings available shortly after, but remote attendance is unfortunately not possible.
- Jörg Saßmannshausen (Imperial College London, UK)
- Simon Branford (University of Birmingham, UK)
- Jasper Grimm (University of York, UK)
- Adam Huffman (Big Data Institute, Oxford, UK)
- Kenneth Hoste (HPC-UGent, Belgium)
In case of questions, please contact Jörg (email@example.com)
and Kenneth (firstname.lastname@example.org),
or ask in the EasyBuild Slack (see https://easybuild.io/join-slack).