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Overview

MGRID will be leveraging the Sakai project for it's next generation grid portal.

The Sakai Project is a $6.8M community sourceCommunity source describes a model for the purposeful coordinating of work in a community. It is based on many of the principles of open source development efforts, but community source efforts rely more explicitly on defined roles, responsibilities, and funded commitments by community members than some open source development models. software development project founded by the University of Michigan, Indiana University, MIT, Stanford, the uPortal Consortium, and the Open Knowledge Initiative (OKI) with the support of the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.

The project is producing open source Collaboration and Learning Environment (CLE) software with the first release in July 2004. The Sakai Educational Partners' Program (SEPP) extends this community source project to other academic institutions around the world, and is supported by the William and Flora Hewlett Foundation and SEPP member contributions.

Related Links

SAKAI Project

MGRID Projects
Core Infrastructure

Kerberos Leveraged PKI
MARS
GridNFS
WALDEN
Cycle-Sharing Service MGRID Accounting

Applications

ATLAS
UltraLight
NEESgrid
BioPhysics
Chemistry
Agent-Based Simulations
NTAP
Secure Multi-Point VideoConferencing

Portal & Collaboration Software

MGRID Portal
SAKAI/MGRID

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