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Tech Blog: Apache Airavata Gateway Installation with Ansible

By Eroma Abeysinghe Explanation of Apache Airavata for Hosting a Gateway Apache Airavata is a middleware framework that enables you to manage, execute, and monitor your application workflows on computing resources such as national supercomputers, campus clusters, and computing clouds. Airavata captures and organizes the metadata associated with these submissions, allowing you to share, clone, and resubmit computational experiments. In order to provide a better interface for...

SGCI Summer Programs: SEAGrid Workshop

The SEAGrid Workshop took place May 2017 at Jackson State University. Offering Summer Programs is one of the ways that SGCI's Workforce Development team provides educational opportunities for the next generation of gateway developers. The workshop included several guest lectures and an opportunity for participants to move their own research projects onto the SEAGrid gateway, which features both a powerful desktop client and go-anywhere Web application.

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