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MS .NET Grid [OGSI .NET]

MS .NET Grid

http://www.epcc.ed.ac.uk/~ogsanet/

This collaboration between Microsoft and NeSC (represented in this project by EPCC) has the goal of providing a practical demonstration to the UK e-Science community of the applicability of Microsoft .NET technologies to the hosting, development and deployment of Grid Services. A complementary goal is facilitating understanding of the Grid and e-Science within Microsoft. These goals will be realised by achieving the following project objectives: 1-Developing an implementation of the Open Grid Services Infrastructure (OGSI) using .NET technologies. 2-Developing a suite of Grid Service demonstrators that can be deployed under this .NET OGSI implementation. 3-Developing training courses and materials to educate and inform the UK e-Science community about .NET and its applicability to Grid applications.4-Delivering training courses to delegates from the e-Science community. The prime measure of success of the project is the extent to which it succeeds in engaging and training the UK e-Science community in OGSI and .NET.

Maturity: Initial Research
Region: UK
Type: Centre Industrial
Grant Value: £112,500.00
Start Date: 03/03/2003
End Date: 03/03/2004
Project Status: completed
Funding Agency: Core


Project Members
PI
Dr Mike Jackson (Local)


Collaborating Organisations
EPCC (University of Edinburgh)
Microsoft Research Ltd.


Component(s) Project Develops
This project is not associated with any components at present.


Application Area(s) associated with Project
Middleware

 

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