GridComputingPlanet.com: GridFrastructure Releases Grid Tools For Linux
Mar 29, 2002, 17:30 (2 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Paul Shread)
"GridFrastructure, an early-stage start-up based in Cambridge,
Mass., has announced the release of GF-Tools 1.0 for Linux, which
the company calls "the most comprehensive professionally packaged
collection of Grid computing tools available."
"GF-Tools is a collection of public license and other generally
available software that includes Globus, Condor, and other leading
Grid computing packages, the company said.
"GF-Tools includes more than 40 "fully developed and tested
packages providing a full suite of Grid tools, including core Grid
services, schedulers, performance monitoring tools, and programming
environments," GridFrastructure said. The release of GF-Tools was
announced last week at the Commercial High Performance Computing
Conference in Orlando, Fla..."