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e-Research

Some e-Research portlets, mainly for managing remote jobs on a computational Grid include:

$\bullet$ Proxy Manager - store and retrieve credentials from MyProxy repository
$\bullet$ GRAM Job Launcher - launch a Globus job via interactive GRAM protocol
$\bullet$ GridPing - test a remote Grid service
$\bullet$ Grid Job Submission - submit a remote batch job to a Globus resource
$\bullet$ LDAP Browser - browse Globus MDS Grid Information Service for remote resources
$\bullet$ GridFTP - invoke 3rd party file transfer
$\bullet$ GridContext - browse and manage DNs in Xdirectory server - provides context services for managing metadata
$\bullet$ GPIR Browser - browse Grid resources via Grid Port Information Repository giving information on HPC status, jobs, etc.
$\bullet$ Historical GPIR - use GPIR to view stored information
$\bullet$ CSF Job Submission - submit job to a Community Scheduling Framework service
$\bullet$ Sequencer - ditto via GridPort sequencing service
$\bullet$ OGRELauncher - Open Grid Computing Runtime Engine: launch simulation event via OGRE from NCSA, workflow based on ANT or BPEL
$\bullet$ OGREEventView - monitor OGRE events
$\bullet$ COG-Workflow - use workflow enactment via the Java CoG kit
$\bullet$ App Manager - register, de-register and edit information about a Grid application
$\bullet$ Condor - submit jobs via Condor or DAGMan and monitor them
$\bullet$ Customize - chose which tools you want in the workspace, edit portlet layouts etc.


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Rob Allan 2005-05-09