Introduction to gLite & RESPECT tools at EGEE'08 conference
This event will interest those who are seeking to develop applications and managing jobs and advanced workloads on EGEE. The event is held on the two days prior to the EGEE '08 Conference (Saturday 20, Sunday 21 September).
Topics and details of presentations will be finalised shortly, however, the focus of the course is primarily expected to be a brief introduction to gLite job management and RESPECT tools for creating, submitting and orchestrating workloads on EGEE.
- GANGA tool to manage jobs
- P-GRADE Portal to develop and manage fault tolerant workflows and parameter studies
- GridWay metascheduler to broker resources and manage jobs
- GRelC - Tool that aims to provide a set of advanced data grid services to transparently, efficiently and securely manage grid-databases
The course will provide a brief introduction session on the security and job management capabilities of the gLite middleware for those who are not familiar with EGEE and its gLite middleware. More advanced job management examples and higher level tools will demonstrate complex EGEE workloads. Participants should be familiar with editing UNIX commands and text files. Members of the EGEE Application Porting Support Group will also attend the event and will provide technical consultancy for those who wish to port applications to the EGEE Grid.
The tutorial is outside of the main Conference program and additional registration is needed. Attendance fees apply- Registration fee for the training is €50. If you wish to register to the event, You should register for this at the same time as you register for the EGEE'08 conference. Please go to the EGEE'08 conference registration page. If you have any problem with the registration process or if you wish to register several people at the same time, please contact . . ..
Venue and getting there
The training event is held in the Macka Campus of the Istanbul Technical University. This document provides map and description about the venue and about how to get there.
Set menu lunch will be provided for participants in one of the social buildings of the Technical University near the Macka Campus. It takes 5-10 minutes on foot to get there from the computer room.
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