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Announcement - Open Grid Forum Sets October Dates for OGF21


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The Open Grid Forum has once again invited the global grid community to gather together to develop grid standards, showcase real-world applications, and discuss practical challenges to grid application and infrastructure deployment.

OGF21 will be held from October 15-19 in Seattle, Washington, United States.

The program will feature the launch of the OGF “Bring your own Grid” program, where selected organizations can share their adoption and deployment challenges in the context of grid experts and vendors and seek advice on solutions that enable them to increase the value gained from their grid deployments.

Registration and information on applying to “Bring your own Grid” will be available soon.



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