If you are new to Viper you may find our Quickstart useful.
Research produced with the aid of Viper: Research
Issues with Scaling: Scaling programs on HPC
Viper Specifications and Infrastructure
Linux Command Line
Interactive Sessions Quickstart
Further Information on Interactive Sessions
|Using Modules||Learn how to use modules.|
|Further Module Information||More about modules and some extra commands.|
|Modules Available||Modules are available without the use of a special license.|
|Modules requiring special licenses||Modules are available requiring the use of a special license.|
|Test Modules||Test Modules.|
|Languages||Information on the languages available for use on Viper|
|Libraries||Information on what programming libraries are available on Viper.|
|Viper programming guidelines and style||Guidance on the readability of code.|
|OpenMPI||A more detailed look at OpenMPI.|
|Github||Information on using source control.|
|Research software engineering||How code can be improved.|
|Text Editors on Linux.|
|Virtual Environment Quickstart||Get started using Miniconda.|
|Deep Learning||Deep Learning.|
X2Go enables remote access to Viper's Visualisation Nodes. X2Go
On newer MacOS XQuartz is required to use X2Go: XQuartz
Connecting on Windows
To connect to Viper on Windows an application that enables SSH connections is required, we recommend MobaXterm
User Drop-in Sessions are held every Wednesday from 10-11 on Teams.
There is a selection of Tutorial Videos to help get you started using Viper.
In the Support Portal you can find forms to request VPN access, report an issue with a job, request software install, and request runtime extension.