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Announcement - EDGeS Summer School, 29 June - 4 July, Budapest, Hungary


Budapest is renowned for its spas, pools and baths. Image courtesy ofBudapest Tourism Office

 

Registration deadline is 18 June 2009 for the Joint EGEE and EDGeS Summer School Joint EGEE on Grid Application Support, to be held in Budapest, Hungary, 29 June - 4 July 2009.

EGEE is the largest service grid in Europe using the gLite grid middleware. BOINC is the most used volunteer desktop grid technology in the world. EDGeS integrates gLite based service grids with BOINC and XtremWeb based desktop grids. In this way the EDGeS infrastructure is the largest potential grid infrastructure in the world. The subject of the summer school is to give insights to these technologies (gLite, BOINC, XtremWeb and EDGeS) as well as to tools and programming environments by which user can develop and run applications on this enhanced grid infrastructure.

The school is recommended for:

• EGEE users who have applications that require much more computational capacity than available in their EGEE VO. By the EDGeS technology they can extend their VO with volunteer or institutional desktop grids. They will also learn how to port their existing EGEE application into the extended EDGeS infrastructure.

• EGEE VO system administrators who would like to extend their VOs with desktop grids or would like to join their VO to the EDGeS infrastructure for the sake of their user community.

• Desktop grid system administrators who would like to join their desktop grid to the EDGeS infrastructure.

• Scientific/commercial user community members who first time learn about the potential advantages of using services grids and/or desktop grids.

• Scientific/commercial user community members who would like to establish an institutional desktop grid, university desktop grid, city desktop grid, regional desktop grid or national desktop grid.

• Staff members of companies who would like to establish an institutional desktop grid or would like to extend their existing institutional desktop grid by connecting it to other institutional desktop grids or service grids.

Learn more at the school website.

 




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