Friday, October 14, 2005
A powerful new version of GridSolve middleware has just been released by the Innovative Computing Laboratory (ICL) of the University of Tennessee, led by Jack Dongarra. GridSolve is a more highly evolved form of NetSolve, the popular Grid middleware system widely known for its deployability, its ease of use via familiar interfaces -- such as Matlab, C and Fortran -- and its integration with popular Grid technologies. GridSolve represents a new implementation of NetSolve's core functionality that is based on the emerging standard for Grid Remote Procedure Call (GridRPC). It not only makes Grid computing even easier to deploy and use, it incorporates major enhancements based on real world experiences and feedback from the NetSolve user community.