Please complete the minimum Setup Instructions to prepare for Container Camp at CyVerse, The University of Arizona, which will run from March 10-13, 2020.
|Wi-Fi-enabled laptop||You should be able to use any laptop (Windows/MacOS/Linux.). We strongly recommend Firefox or Chrome browser. It is recommended that you have administrative/install permissions on your laptop.|
|CyVerse Account||Please ensure that you have a CyVerse account and have verified your account by completing the verification steps in the email you got when you registered.||Register for your cyverse account at https://user.cyverse.org/.|
|Github Account||Please ensure that you have a Github account if you don’t have one already||Register for your Github account at https://github.com/.|
|Dockerhub Account||Please ensure that you have a Dockerhub account if you don’t have one already||Register for your Dockerhub account at https://hub.docker.com/.|
|Text Editor||Please ensure that you have a Text editor of your choice. Any decent text editor would be sufficient and recommended ones include Atom, Sublime, & VSCode||Download Sublime at https://www.sublimetext.com/. Download Atom at https://atom.io/. Download VSCode at https://code.visualstudio.com/|
|Slack for networking||We will be using Slack extensively for communication and networking purposes||Register for Slack at https://slack.com/.|
Listed below are some extra downloads that are not required for the workshop, but which provide some options for functionalities we will cover.
|SSH Clients (Windows)||PuTTY allows SSH connection to a remote machine, and is designed for Windows users who do not have a Mac/Linux terminal. MobaXterm is a single Windows application that provides a ton of functions for programmers, webmasters, IT administrators, and anybody is looking to manage system remotely|
|Cyberduck||Cyberduck is a third-party tool for uploading/downloading data to CyVerse Data Store. Currently, this tool is available for Windows/MacOS only. You will need to download Cyberduck and the connection profile. We will go through configuration and installation at the workshop.|
||iCommands are command-line software to connect to the CyVerse Data Store.||Download and installation instructions available at CyVerse Learning Center|