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Networking Projects
  UltraLight is a collaboration of experimental physicists and network engineers whose purpose is to provide the network advances required to enable petabyte-scale analysis of globally distributed data.
  GLORIAD provides scientists around the globe with advanced networking tools that improve communications and data exchange, enabling active, daily collaboration on common problems.
  Led by more than 200 U.S. universities, working with industry and government, Internet2 develops and deploys advanced network applications and technologies for research and higher education, accelerating the creation of tomorrow's Internet.
  The Hybrid Optical and Packet Infrastructure (HOPI) project is examining a hybrid of packet and circuit switched infrastructures and how to combine them into a coherent and scalable architecture for next generation networks.
Physics Experiments
  The Compact Muon Solenoid (CMS) is a major experiment for the Large Hadron Collider (LHC) at CERN.
  ATLAS is a particle physics experiment for the Large Hadron Collider (LHC) at CERN that will explore the fundamental nature of matter and the basic forces that shape our universe. There are 1800 physicists participating from more than 150 universities and laboratories in 34 countries
  The LHCb (standing for "Large Hadron Collider beauty") experiment is one of four large particle physics detector experiments being constructed on the Large Hadron Collider accelerator at CERN. LHCb is a specialist b-physics experiment, particularly aimed at measuring the parameters of CP-violation in the interactions of b-hadrons.
  The ALICE Collaboration is building a dedicated heavy-ion detector to exploit the unique physics potential of nucleus-nucleus interactions at LHC energies.
Grid Projects
  Globus Toolkit
   The Globus Toolkit is an open source software toolkit used for building Grid systems and applications. It is being developed by the Globus Alliance and many others all over the world.
  Open Science Grid
  The Open Science Grid is a US grid computing infrastructure that supports scientific computing via an open collaboration of science researchers, software developers and computing, storage and network providers. An OSG Middleware defines a set of services and functionality that can be used as a design basis for OSG applications.
  The Large Hadron Collider (LHC), currently being built at CERN near Geneva, is the largest scientific instrument on the planet. When it begins operations in 2007, it will produce roughly 15 Petabytes (15 million Gigabytes) of data annually, which thousands of scientists around the world will access and analyse. The mission of the LHC Computing Project (LCG) is to build and maintain a data storage and analysis infrastructure for the entire high energy physics community that will use the LHC.
  AliEn is a lightweight Grid framework which is built around Open Source components using the Web Services model. It has been initially developed by the ALICE collaboration as a production environment for the simulation, reconstruction, and analysis of Physics data in a distributed way.
Batch Queueing Systems
  The goal of the Condor Project is to develop, implement, deploy, and evaluate mechanisms and policies that support High Throughput Computing (HTC) on large collections of distributively owned computing resources.
  The Portable Batch System (PBS) project was intitiated to create a flexible, extensible batch processing system to meet the unique demands of emerging heterogeneous computing networks.
  Sun GridEngine (SGE) is an open source batch-queuing system, supported by Sun Microsystems, that manages and schedules the allocation of distributed resources such as processors, memory, disk-space, and software licenses.
  Load Sharing Facility (or simply LSF) is a commercial computer software job scheduler marketed by Platform Computing. It can be used to execute batch jobs on networked, UNIX systems on many different architectures.
Monitoring Tools
   GridICE is a distributed monitoring tool designed for Grid systems.
   The Relational Grid Monitoring Architecture provides a service for information, monitoring and logging in a distributed computing environment. R-GMA makes all the information appear like one large Relational Database that may be queried to find the information required. It consists of Producers which publish information into R-GMA, and Consumers which subscribe.
  Ganglia Cluster Toolkit
  Ganglia is a toolkit for monitoring clusters and hierarchical aggregations of clusters. Ganglia collects system status information and makes it available via a web interface. Ganglia status can be subscribed to and aggregated across multiple systems.
Network Performance Measurement Tools
  The IEPM group at SLAC is monitoring network connectivity and End-to-end performance for sites involved in High Energy Nuclear and Particle Physics. As such, the members of the group work closely with the Energy Sciences Network (ESnet), Internet2, the U.S. D.o.E funded laboratories, laboratories throughout the wor
Distributed Systems and Services
  Jini network technology is an open software architecture that enables the creation of network-centric solutions which are highly adaptive to change.
  GigaSpaces designs and develops the Enterprise Application Grid (EAG), a Virtual Application Server specifically designed to meet the requirements of high-throughput, transaction processing applications through a memory-based data grid.
  Openwings is a set of open systems specifications for a framework that enables the development of highly available, secure, distributed systems for mission critical applications. The initial implementation of this framework utilizes Sun's Jini technology to provide ad-hoc integration of system components as well as increasing the interoperability in a "systems of systems" environment.
  Project JXTA started as a research project incubated at Sun Microsystems under the guidance of Bill Joy and Mike Clary. Its goal is to explore a vision of distributed network computing using peer-to-peer topology, and to develop basic building blocks and services that would enable innovative applications for peer groups.
Other tools and libraries
  LazyJ is a rapid development framework for Java-based WEB applications. It provides templating tools, servlet API extensions, database wrappers and many other utilities.
  JFreeChart is a free Java chart library that makes it easy for developers to display professional quality charts in their applications.