[Beowulf] Good Grid Computing classes?
Robert G. Brown
rgb at phy.duke.edu
Fri Aug 13 13:13:10 PDT 2004
On Wed, 11 Aug 2004, Michael Jastram wrote:
> My employer has an educational assistance program, and I would like to
> learn more about Grid Computing and Clusters, as well as tools like
> Beowulf, Ganglia, PBS, etc. Can anybody on this list recommend
> classes, or point me to resources?
Cluster World Magazine (subscribe)
A variety of websites, many of the most useful linked from:
An online book and some white papers, also on brahma.
Scyld may have some classes they offer.
Clemson CS dept may have offerings as well. I don't know if they do
formal distance learning, though. I don't think Duke CS dept does
either. There are some universities in the Philly area that have been
doing beowulfish clustering an awfully long time, though, so look around
for a local program if this posting doesn't turn one up.
> LOCACTION: I live in the Philadelphia area, but I am interested in
> distance learning as well.
> SKILL LEVEL: I have the equivalent of an MS in CS, and quite a bit of
> working knowledge with PBS and basic cluster administration, as well
> as sold programming, (shell) scripting and system administration
> Thank you for your help!
> - Michael
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