XSEDE Webinar: Running Jupyter Notebooks on Comet

05/21/2020 11:00 - 05/21/2020 12:00 PDT
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03/10/2020 09:00 PDT
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05/20/2020 23:59 PDT
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8588225492
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thomasm
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SDSC
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8588225492
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https://www.sdsc.edu/education_and_training/training/202004_running_jupyter_notebooks_on_comet.html

Jupyter Notebooks are interactive web tools known as a computational notebooks, in which researchers can combine software, text, multimedia resources, and computational output. Notebooks can be launched locally and access local file systems, or remotely to provide access to a user’s files on the remote system. In the latter case, the notebooks are launched via a process that creates a unique URL that is composed of the hostname plus an available port (chosen by the jupyter application) plus a one-time token. By default, these notebooks are not secure, and potentially expose a user’s local files to unwanted access. In this webinar, we will present SDSC’s multitiered approach to running notebooks more securely: running notebooks in the usual way using the insecure HTTP connections; hosting a JupyterHub server using HTTPS and Jupyter Lab; and the new Reverse Proxy Service (RPS). When used, the RPS will launch a batch script that creates a securely hosted HTTPS access point for the user, resulting in a safer, more secure notebook environment.

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Posted: 03/10/2020 18:11 UTC