This is the Daresbury Laboratory Web Server for the STFC e-Science Centre's Grid Technology Group and You can find out about the projects we work on and the software we develop. Members of the Group can edit and update these pages.

the Grid Technology Group and

Why GridTech?

To see who is in the group, go to: .

To view the Group's publications use this interface to STFC's ePubs system:

There is a separate Wiki page for GridTech developers' notes and All Hands papers.

You can also view the VRE Movie featuring the GROWL project. Please right click to download it and open with your favourite WMV viewer.

Our Software

Software is being developed as funded by a variety of projects listed below. The outcome of this work is a set of software modules which will inter-operate and have a common architecture. This work is ongoing and future funding will extend the functionality and provide additional use cases.

The entire software suite does not yet have a name, but one will be provided soon. Its working acronym is "JAM".

Component License User Manual Example Download
AgentX QT
HPC Portal        
NGS Grid Portlets  
OMII Portlets        
Sakai Portal Tools  

Projects developing UIs, Portals and the Grid

Infrastructure Deployment


hosting e-Science Projects

Site Tools of the GridTech Web


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