Monthly Archives: September 2010

An OSG Map

Finding OSG Stuff The Open Science Grid is a large global collaboration. Thousands of computing resources are shared through its protocols and conventions. While this is good news, it’s not always a simple matter to understand how the resources are … Continue reading

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iRODS in the Duke, NERSC, RENCI Collaboration

Research Data and Computation Scenario Here are some basic characteristics of the problem space we’re addressing in our collaboration with Duke Physics and NERSC: The Duke research team will run OSG grid jobs manipulating terabytes of data. The team will … Continue reading

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Grid Jobs with OSG Matchmaker

Introduction Thanks to Mats for the very helpful advanced grid job example provided in the OSG Matchmaker documentation. This post is happening to help me understand what I’ve seen while working with it. It also discusses  tools that may help … Continue reading

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