Computing with HTCondor™
Our goal is to develop, implement, deploy, and evaluate mechanisms and policies that support High Throughput Computing (HTC) on large collections of distributively owned computing resources. Guided by both the technological and sociological challenges of such a computing environment, the Center for High Throughput Computing at UW-Madison has been building the open source HTCondor distributed computing software (pronounced "aitch-tee-condor") and related technologies to enable scientists and engineers to increase their computing throughput.
Note: The HTCondor Software Suite (HTCSS) was known as 'Condor' from 1988 until its name changed in 2012. If you are looking for Phoenix Software International's software development and library management system for z/VSE or z/OS, click here.
Latest NewsPlan to replace Grid Community Toolkit functionality
June 21, 2021HTCondor-CE 5.1.1 released!
May 27, 2021HTCondor 9.1.0 released!
May 20, 2021HTCondor 9.0.1 released!
May 18, 2021HTCondor Week 2021 Preliminary Schedule, Registration Reminder
April 30, 2021HTCondor 9.0.0 released!
April 14, 2021
- What is the HTCondor Software Suite (HTCSS)?
- Downloads including HTCondor source and binaries for Linux, Windows, and Mac.
- Documentation includes the Quick Start Guide and the HTCondor Manual. Also see HOWTO recipes and job submission examples.
- Support Options include community and professional solutions.
- Forthcoming release plans
- License Information
- Security Information
- Email Lists - ask questions and share experiences with users worldwide.
- HTCondor Week is our annual community meeting in Madison, and we often have an annual meeting in Europe as well. Materials from past meetings include talks from science and industry, plus useful tutorials.
- HTCondor Wiki contains FAQs, bug tickets, and more.
- Official Logos