Based on the freely distributed sources of the Red Hat Enterprise Linux 9 operating system series, Rocky Linux 9 is here with GNOME 40 as the default desktop environment, support for Direct Access (DAX) operations in XFS for direct access to byte-addressable persistent memory, as well as the “eager write” mount option in NFS to help reduce latency.
Rocky Linux is more than just a CentOS clone. With its Peridot build system, anyone can reproduce Rocky Linux from scratch.
Rocky Linux 9 became generally available today, providing users of the open-source operating system with a series of security and performance updates.
Rocky Linux 9 is now available and is a landmark release for several reasons. First off, there has been a surge in Rocky Linux deployments, putting it ahead of CentOS Stream and AlmaLinux. But more than that, Rocky Linux includes several security enhancements and networking features to help make it a best-in-class open-source operating system for businesses of all sizes.
Join us for this live webinar as we discuss new features, the Peridot open source cloud native build system, bug fixes, build releases, and more for Rocky Linux 9.0!
In this webinar, we will deep dive into Warewulf. Our experts will discuss use cases such as Warewulf as an OCI (Open Container Initiative) consumer. We will also reveal how we have been using OpenHPC as a common layer for Warewulf and Apptainer (formerly Singularity), and how you can utilize OpenHPC and Apptainer together in order to simplify containerized MPI (Message Passing Interface).
Up next in our Research Computing Roundtable series, our HPC experts will be discussing Turnkey HPC and will be focusing on hardware infrastructure.
What are the most important and critical decisions one should be making about purchasing their HPC resource?
Image-generating AI models are currently taking the internet by storm, with some of the most popular and well-known of these being part of the DALL·E series of models created by OpenAI. The most advanced of these, DALL·E 2, can generate extremely realistic (or surrealistic) images from simple prompts written in natural language – including, for example, art in the style of many famous artists.
In this webinar, we will discuss Fuzzball updates and demonstrate what’s new.
Demos will include:
OpenFOAM Demo – Running CFD simulation with a motor bike model
Workflow takes motor bike geometry and creates a mesh using OpenFOAM’s snappyHexMesh mesher
Simulation is run with OpenFOAM solver simpleFoam