Could your computational work benefit from the ability to concurrently run hundreds or thousands of independent computations, for free? The Open Science Grid (OSG) facilitates distributed high-throughput computing (dHTC) via a partnership of national labs, universities, and other organizations who contribute and share computing capacity for use by researchers across and beyond the United States. Individual researchers, institutions, or multi-institutional collaborations can access OSG via local submission points or through the OSG Connect service (freely available to U.S. academic, government, and non-profit researchers).
During this 3-hour tutorial, you'll learn to identify and run large HTC workloads and multi-step workflows via the OSG Connect service. OSG staff can also help you launch your own work!