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Added simple script to start and control Amazon AWS EC2 instances #25

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fso42 commented Feb 9, 2016

Title says it all. Script is meant as a starting point. Documentation is in the file itself...

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fmaussion commented Feb 10, 2016

Thanks a lot! I can't comment much because I don't understand all the details, but I can see that it is a template on which we could build. The installation might be a bit more complicated in our case but @TimoRoth is already working on that here.

I am not sure if we should do a new install for each run as you do, or if we should make an OGGM image. This will depend on the benchmarks I guess (if an Anaconda run is as fast as a compiled install, no need to make an image).

For the rest, I'm afraid this goes beyond my actual competences and I'll have to delegate to Timo ;-)

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Merge pull request #25 from OGGM/deployment
Added simple script to start and control Amazon AWS EC2 instances

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