Google Cloud Workshop for Semiconductor Workloads, Deploy an Auto-Scaling HPC Cluster with Slurm.
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In the end of course you will will be able to able to:
- Creating Virtual Machines
- Create several standard VMs
- Create advanced VMs
- Cloud Filestore: Qwik Start
- Create a Cloud Filestore instance.
- Mount the fileshare from that instance on a client VM instance.
- Create a file on the mounted fileshare.
- VPC Networking Fundamentals
- Explore the default VPC network
- Create an auto mode network with firewall rules
- Create VM instances using Compute Engine
- Explore the connectivity for VM instances
- Deploy an Auto-Scaling HPC Cluster with Slurm
- How to setup up a Slurm cluster using Terraform
- How to run a job using SLURM
- How to query cluster information and monitor running jobs in SLURM
- How to autoscale nodes to accommodate specific job parameters and requirements
- Where to find help with Slurm