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Announcement - GStat 2.0, What's happening in your Grid?



Visualize your grid with the GStat web portal. Whether you are interested in a specific site, a whole region or an individual Virtual Organization, different views are available that show the related information from the grid information system.

The information can be exported using CSV, XML, JSON, KML or even by copying it to the clipboard, making it simple to import data into other applications. An easy-to-use LDAP browser is also integrated, which can help you to navigate the information system.Whether you are a user, a developer, a site administrator or a infrastructure manager, GStat can help you find out what is happening in your grid.

GStat 2.0 was released April 2010. It was developed in collaboration between Academia Sinica and the Grid Technology Group at CERN. A production instance is available, so why not try it out? For more information or to provide feedback, just email us.

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