Researchers can make use of the e-infrastructure to address novel scientific theories and create more knowledge. But, how to access the resources in a user friendly, seamless and transparent way?
A new operational procedure (PROC10) is now available which allows site administrators to request the re-computation of SAM monitoring results.
Until recently, the whole thesis of providing and sharing software services within the EGI community has been that these applications must be either accessible through well defined portals operated by EGI members, or must be available as downloadable packages so users can operate their own installations. As I have explained it earlier, there are several problems with this approach and these problems can be solved if our software services were provided through web gadgets. I have good news: there are two new web gadgets available for the EGI community. One gadget to access the Training Marketplace and another gadget to access the EGI Requirement Tracker.