The eSaran project strives to make high performance computing (HPC) accessible to researchers who may not have a computational background.
This is achieved in two ways:
1) By providing a series of wrappers for popular HPC programs that the user can run on their local machine to make the network and queuing system more transparent;
2) By providing an API that programmers can use to easily make their own wrappers for submitting jobs.
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