[libfabric-users] Fabric Software Development Platform (FSDP) Webinar Series Kicks Off Tomorrow (1/12) at 10AM Pacific REGISTER TODAY
kens at openfabrics.org
kens at openfabrics.org
Tue Jan 11 10:27:55 PST 2022
The OpenFabrics Alliance (OFA) has launched its highly anticipated Fabric Software Development Platform (FSDP) and is offering a three-part webinar series starting tomorrow, January 12 at 10AM Pacific to help the OFA Community prepare to use the FSDP. Details on the webinars, including dates/times, topics to be covered, and registration information can be found further below.
The FSDP is a vendor-neutral matrix test cluster owned and maintained by the OFA for the benefit of its members to develop, test, and validate new and existing network technologies so that software can be validated for functionality and compatibility with a variety of fabric types, including InfiniBand, Omni-Path Architecture, RoCE, and iWARP. FSDP offers OFA members an opportunity for serious cost reduction in testing, validation, and development, and provides an invaluable service to open source community maintainers as they support open source networking software integration. Additional details about the FSDP can be found here.
Please contact press at openfabrics.org with any questions.
o Deeper Dive Introduction & Demo
o Wednesday, January 12, 2022, at 10AM-11AM Pacific Time
o This webinar will cover the basic aspects getting started on the FSDP, including:
Setting up an account on the FSDP cluster
Accessing the cluster via VPN
Introduction to the Beaker web management interface
Checking out and provisioning machines for use
Logging in to the machines after they have been installed
Logging in to the build server in the clust
Downloading test software to machines that have been provisioned
More items of interest in the cluster
o Test Infrastructure API
o Wednesday, January 19, 2022, at 10AM-11:30AM Pacific Time
o The cluster uses the Restraint test harness that is part of the Beaker project. This webinar will provide a detailed overview of the test harness and the Job XML files used to create automated tests. It will cover specific items in the FSDP cluster designed to allow users to select proper machines for their test needs.
o Live Demo of Testing API
o Wednesday, January 26, 2022, from 10AM-11:30AM Pacific Time
o Building on the information from the API webinar, this will focus on actual tests. This webinar includes multiple live demos of the tests in the cluster and usage of the beaker command line tool to run those tests.
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