Pegasus 5.0 Released

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We are happy to announce the release of Pegasus 5.0. Pegasus 5.0 is be a major release of Pegasus and builds upon the beta version released couple of months back. It also includes all features and bug fixes from the 4.9 branch. We invite our users to give it a … Read More

Meet us @ SC20

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The Pegasus (SciTech) group will be actively participating in several events and presenting talks in workshops, panels, and exhibitors booths at SC20. Find below a list of events where you can meet our team. We look forward to seeing you! … Wednesday Nov 11: WORKS20: 15th Workshop on Workflows in … Read More

Pegasus in 5 Minutes

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In this quick 5 minute presentation, the Pegasus team gives you an introduction into the Pegasus Workflow Management System. We give a rundown on how Pegasus workflows are created, compiled for your execution environment, and then executed on distributed resources.

My Summer Research Internship at SciTech Lab

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Note the author: Kelsie Lam is a senior at Mission San Jose High School. She is a SciTech research intern interested in artificial intelligence and cognitive science. In the lab, Kelsie investigates how scientists use machine learning methods to support their research and works on developing workflows. Github: https://github.com/kelsielam During … Read More

Pegasus Research Team Discovers Errors for a Win

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Savanna Mesch | January 15, 2020 Team recognized for “transformative contribution” to computing research with surprising discovery At the PEARC19 conference this past summer, researchers at the USC Viterbi School of Engineering won a transformative research award in addition to the best technical paper. The work focused on providing scientists extra assurances that their … Read More

Pegasus Workflows on OLCF Summit

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Summit is a leadership-class computing system for open science that is hosted at the Oak Ridge National Laboratory. Summit, launched in 2018, delivers 8 times the computational performance of Titan’s 18,688 nodes, using only 4,608 nodes. Its architecture with the associated GPU resources, makes it an attractive resource for scientists … Read More

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