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PEARC20’s theme is “Catch the Wave.” This year’s theme embodies the spirit of the community’s drive to stay on pace and in front of all the new waves in technology, analytics, and a globally connected and diverse workforce. We look forward to this year’s PEARC20 virtual meeting, where we can share scientific discovery and craft the future infrastructure.

The conference will be held in Pacific Time (PT) and the times listed below are in Pacific Time.

The connection information for all PEARC20 workshops, tutorials, plenaries, track presentations, BOFs, Posters, Visualization Showcase, and other affiliated events, are in the PEARC20 virtual conference platform, Brella. If you have issues joining Brella, please email pearcinfo@googlegroups.com.
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Friday, July 31 • 8:00am - 12:00pm
TUTORIAL FULL - Easy Deployment of Edge Services for the ScienceDMZ with SLATE

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Connecting campus HPC resources to national cyberinfrastructure or multi-institution research platforms can be labor intensive and present numerous challenges. Overcoming them is precisely what's needed to meet the increasing demands on cyberinfrastructure from NSF Large Facilities and other data producing instruments , and the analysis and processing requirements of their scientific collaborations. The SLATE2 platform harnesses Kubernetes and Helm to facilitate deployment and operation of edge services (such as Globus, PerfSONAR, HTCondor CE, StashCache, Jupyter, etc.) to reduce the complexity and operational load of bringing campus compute and storage resources to shared national cyberinfrastructure, such as the Open Science Grid. SLATE runs on-premise and allows administrators at sites, or operators from trusted external organizations, to securely deploy service-applications from a curated catalog. Attendees will learn SLATE platform basics, how to easily share a campus resource with the Open Science Grid, and deploying a selection of storage connectors (e.g. Globus, MinIO). The tutorial will be of special interest to NSF Campus Cyberinfrastructure (CC*) awardees and Science Gateway developers with an interest in connecting to, and building, multi-institution research platforms.

Friday July 31, 2020 8:00am - 12:00pm PDT