Cluster Resources offers free HPC management training
Posted by Amber Webb, Tuesday January 31 2006 @ 01:04PM EST
Cluster Resources will host a week of free VNC/Teleconference-based training sessions February 21-24. The training will cover a range of topics from TORQUE to cluster deployment, diagnostics & troubleshooting, to grid and utility computing.
Twice during the week, Cluster Resources will hold two-day training sessions that are free to partners, customers and other interested parties as space allows. Each class is limited to 20 organizations and each organization may allow as many people as desired to attend. Attendees are not obligated to attend an entire two-day session, but may pick and choose the sub-sessions they are interested in attending.
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