makeflow lambda setup

Makeflow_lambda_setup Command

Makeflow_lambda_setup Command

makeflow_lambda_setup

cooperative computing tools

Maintainer: Alastair McKinstry



Section: utils

Install makeflow_lambda_setup

  • Debian apt-get install coop-computing-tools Click to copy
  • Ubuntu apt-get install coop-computing-tools Click to copy
  • Kali Linux apt-get install coop-computing-tools Click to copy
  • Raspbian apt-get install coop-computing-tools Click to copy

coop-computing-tools

cooperative computing tools

This is a collection of software that help users to share resources in a complex, heterogeneous, and unreliable computing environment. This includes: * Chirp: A personal filesystem and I/O protocol that allows unprivileged users to share space securely, efficiently, and conveniently. When combined with Parrot, Chirp allows users to create custom wide-area distributed filesystems. * Parrot: A transparent user-level virtual filesystem that allows any ordinary program to be attached to a remote storage device such as an FTP server or a Chirp server. * Makeflow: A workflow system for parallel and distributed computing that uses a language very similar to Make. * Work Queue: A system and API for building master-worker style programs that scale up to thousands of processors. * All Pairs: A computational abstraction for running very large Cartesian products. * Wavefront: A computational asbtraction for running very large dynamic programming problems. * The Fault Tolerant Shell: A high-level programming language that allows users to combine the ease of shell scripting, the power of distributed programming, and the precision of compiled languages. Basically, parallel programming and exception handling for scripts.

Installing makeflow_lambda_setup command is simple. just copy one of the above commands for your operating system and paste it into terminal. This command is available for Debian, Ubuntu, Kali and Raspbian operating systems. Once you run the command it will install the latest version of makeflow_lambda_setup 2022 package in your OS.