Jacob Caswell

Saint Olaf College

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Pi's-To-Go part of Parallel Computing in the Computer Science Curriculum:Platform Resources:PPPs
Pi's-To-Go provides students, both CS and non-CS alike, with an affordable, engaging, and familiar environment to learn the hardware and software principles of Parallel and Distributed Computing (PDC). Costing $450 in total, Pi's-To-Go provides modular hardware that helps students learn to apply PDC to their fields, to prepare them to handle the next generation of web servers, data centers and supercomputers.

Remora part of Parallel Computing in the Computer Science Curriculum:Platform Resources:PPPs
Remora offers a free, secure, scalable, and virtual cluster for students and instructors to explore principles of Parallel and Distributed Computing (PDC). Remora is a virtual, application based cluster that runs entirely in user space and requires no installation. Because of this, Remora is a free cluster that can be carried in the pocket of an instructor or student from class to class, to quickly convert an existing computer lab into a cluster.