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Open Cloud Testbed Tutorial: Using FPGAs in OCT

February 10, 2022

Register now for this March 8 online tutorial  from the Ocean Cloud Testbed team.

 

March 8th, 2 PM - 4 PM EST
Online via Zoom

The Open Cloud Testbed team will share information about the field-programmable gate arrays (FPGAs) that are currently in the testbed and how to use them.

The tutorial will cover the following topics:
● Overview of FPGAs in OCT
● Overview of the development workflow on MOC
● Walk through the creation of a bitstream on a pre-packaged VM in MOC ● Allocation of a compute resource that hosts an FPGA via the CloudLab framework
● Walk through the steps of executing this bitstream on an FPGA
● Demonstration of an application using networked FPGAs
● Q&A

Please contact s.handagala@nullnortheastern.edu if you would like to register for the workshop or if you have any questions.

 

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