Connecting IT innovators between Europe and Mediterranean

EUMEDGRID-Support delivers a series of Thematic Workshops on selected topics aiming to foster the exchange of knowledge and experiences supporting current and new EU and Mediterranean virtual research communities. Also provided are a variety of events of interest to the wider community.

EUMEDGRID-Support main past events

- EUMEDGRID-Support Kick-off & EUMEDCONNECT2 Meeting, 25-28 Jan. 2010, Cairo View

- EU-MED Event 3, 30-31 Mar. 2010, Brussels View

- EGI Technical Forum, 14-17 Sep. 2010, Brussels View

- ICT2010, 27-29 Sep. 2010, Brussels View

- ASREN Launch Meeting, 8-9 Dec. 2010, Cairo View

- IST Africa 2011, 12 May 2011, Gaborone, View

- Conference on Role of e-infrastructures for Climate Change Research, 16-20 May 2011, Trieste View

- EUMEDGRID-Support User Forum, 22-23 September 2011, Lyon View

- Workshop on Developing Lebanese National Research and Education Network, 21 October 2011, Beirout View

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School for Grid Site Administrator - Rabat - Morocco
30.05.2011 - 03.06.2011 09.00 h - 18.00 h
EUMEDGRID-Support Event


CHAIN (Co-ordination and Harmonisation of Advanced e-INfrastructures:, EUMEDGRID-Support (Sustainability of e-Infrastructures across the Mediterranean: and EPIKH (Exchange Programme to advance e-Infrastructure Know-How: announce the Grid School for Grid Site Administrators to be held in Rabat, Morocco.

Registration is open! REGISTER NOW!

Event Scope / Purpose
The aim of this tutorial is to prepare system administrators on the installation of grid sites and actually put together those facilities to increase the size of the EUMEDGRID-Support infrastructure. The first days will be dedicated to the gLite middleware, services installation and configuration. The second part will be dedicated to have the participants install sites, remotely (from the tutorial), at their home institutions.


  • Participants should have very good Linux knowledge and must know Bash shell and Perl programming. No prior gLite knowledge is required, although it is very welcome.
  • During the remote installation, at least one system administrator should be available at the home institution to aid in the site setup process.
  • The following hardware is needed at the home institutions for and adequate functional Grid site (highly recommended):
    • 1 machine for the user interface (UI);
    • 1 machine for the storage element (SE);
    • 1 machine for the computing element (CE);
    • 20 cores (at least) as worker nodes (WN).
  • Machines should be scratchable.
  • Smaller configurations are possible. For example, one machine for an UI may allow you to connect to a Grid without having a local site.

Deadline for registration
25 May 2011.

Registration fees
Registration for this event is free of charge.

Invitation Letter
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