SingularityCE 3.9.0

We're very pleased to announce the release of SingularityCE 3.9.0! Get it on GitHub: Coming six months after the Sylabs CE 3.8.0 release, 3.9.0 brings a wide range of new features, fixes, and quality of life...

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More Improvements in SingularityCE 3.9.0

We previously took a look at improved Docker compatibility and NVIDIA GPU Support coming to SingularityCE 3.9.0. The improvements we talked about in those posts are the headline features for 3.9.0, but we've been busy on a number of smaller changes and fixes too. This...

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NVIDIA GPU support in SingularityCE 3.9.0

Recently we announced the first SingularityCE 3.9.0 release candidate, and gave an update on community engagement in the project. Over the next weeks,leading up to the stable release, we’ll be exploring more features in depth. One of the benefits of SingularityCE has...

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Docker / OCI Compatibility in SingularityCE 3.9.0

The Open Containers Initiative (OCI) image format, which grew out of Docker, is the dominant standard for cloud-focused containerized deployments of software. While it’s possible to work with SingularityCE and never touch a Docker or OCI container, it’s likely you’ll...

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World’s Fastest Supercomputer Runs SingularityPRO

RIKEN’s Fugaku Utilizes Sylabs’ SingularityPRO [Tokyo, Japan, 28th August 2020] — Sylabs is proud to announce that the world’s fastest supercomputer, RIKEN’s Fugaku, has selected SingularityPRO, from Sylabs. SingularityPRO offers the team at RIKEN the widest range of...

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The New Sylabs: Fixing Bugs And Avoiding Burpees

My name is Adam Hughes, and I’m here to provide some commentary to go along with the three Singularity vulnerabilities Sylabs publicly disclosed on July 14, 2020. My aim here isn’t to give you all of the nitty gritty details of the vulnerabilities, as those are...

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