SC17: Singularity Preps Version 3.0, Nears 1M Containers Served Daily

By Staff

Nov 1, 2017 | Blog, Media

Singularity’s rapid growth:

Just a few months ago about half a million jobs were being run daily using Singularity containers, the LBNL-founded container platform intended for HPC. That was already a big number for the young open source project. Today, the number is closer to one million per day says Gregory Kurtzer, former HPC Systems Architect for Lawrence Berkeley National, the original driving force behind Singularity, and now the CEO of SingularityWare LCC.

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