Singularity 2.3.1 Security Release

This release includes a fix for a High Severity security issue on older hosts, and other improvements and fixes to previous versions of Singularity. Security Information: A potential escalation pathway was identified that could have allowed a malicious user to escalate their privileges on hosts that do...

Singularity in Cloud Computing Chapter

Dennis Gannon and Vanessa Sochat have recently completed a little study of Singularity as a supplementary chapter to the book “Cloud Computing for Science and Engineering” that is being published by MIT Press. The cloud is reported to be happy about this. You can...

Singularity on the Open Science Grid

Can you imagine millions of containers, flying at hyperspeed across the continental grid for science? That’s not so far from the vision of the Open Science Grid. One of the members of the OSG, FabrIc for Frontier Experiments (FIFE), has written an article about how Singularity containers can...

Singularity 2.3 Release

We have some egg-citing news! It’s the release of Singularity 2.3! For the full release announcement and downloads, please see the release on Github. There are a massive number of fixes, updates, optimizations and awesomeness contained within this release, and here are the major ones,...

The Next Platform: Singularity is the Hinge To Swing HPC Cloud Adoption

The Next Platform has written an article on how Singularity is enabling HPC based workflows to easily be transitioned to cloud based computing providers! Penguin Computing’s POD service is leveraging Singularity to help with the transition of local resources to cloud based resources. Read about the...

Penguin Computing Supports Singularity

Penguin Computing has announced support for Singularity containers for it’s HPC Cloud (Penguin Computing On-Demand) and Scyld ClusterWare HPC management software! They have started a public Github repository of specification files for images, and we are excited to see reproducibility coming to the resource. You can...

Singularity Manuscript

We are proud to announce that we have published Singularity proper! Please cite the Singularity software as: Kurtzer GM, Sochat V, Bauer MW (2017) Singularity: Scientific containers for mobility of compute. PLoS ONE 12(5): e0177459. https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0177459 Woohoo!

SingularityWare LLC on HPC Wire

Greg and the new SingularityWare LLC. were recently featured on HPC Wire to announce changes to the organizational infrastructure (and primarily, how not much is changing at all!) and exciting underway for Singularity. Who is RStor? What is to come for Singularity? Excited to learn more?...

Singularity Big Announcement

Notice to all Singularity users, contributors, and collaborators This is an important announcement from Greg Kurtzer, founder and lead developer of Singularity. Singularity continues to gain popularity and traction very quickly. This growth has been extremely demanding on my time and is outpacing my ability to sustain the broad...

Singularity 2.2.1 Security Release

For the full release announcement and downloads, please see the release on Github. This release includes a fix for a Moderate Severity security issue, and other improvements to version 2.2. Security information: In versions of Singularity previous to 2.2.1, it was possible for a malicious user to...

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