As part of the project, a Training and Induction Activity will produce a portfolio of training material and courses written in English, from introductory to advanced level.
This training will be supported at a regional level, and key material may be translated into the appropriate European languages for that region. The main types of training courses are:
A Dissemination and Outreach Activity (known as NA2) within the project is maintaining a one-stop-shop for all major project information. This website forms part of the Dissemination process and has a number of useful links to relevant websites.
In addition, focused email distribution lists will target key user and potential user groups, and there will be several major EGEE networking events to which all interested scientists and representatives from industry will be encouraged to attend. These networking events will include two annual conferences and a number training seminars.
Resource providers will perceive several advantages to joining EGEE:
There are two key steps if you want to set up a new VO.
You will also be expected to be able to fulfil the following requirements;
The steps for creating a site in the EGEE infrastructure are documented at the links below.
The OAG helps negotiate for having more resources made available for a VO.
The first stop should be the team for information.
The first step is to talk with the developers. There are also some other portals deployed in biomedical community.
The architecture of the middleware is service-oriented. In general there is no problem with contacting VO-specific services from jobs on the grid. If the new service must interact with existing services, it is best to contact the middleware developers () about how to achieve this. VO-services at the site-level are very contentious and not advised.
Review the existing requirements in the requirements database:
The system is the main user support framework.
The APEL accounting system keeps track of resource utilisation on the grid. Summaries of the usage can be found on the accounting site:
Check out the monitoring systems available at the URL:
The GridPP monitoring page is a graphical representation of the EGEE Grid Infrastructure created by Imperial College in London. Click the link "(original jobs on the LCG) Real Time Monitor", then click the dots for more information about the node.
The contains various views grid status and grid information.
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EGEE-II is a project funded by the European Union under contract number INFSO-RI-031688