SC Online yesterday posted an announcement from SURA about the availability of the grid technologies cookbook
The Southeastern Universities Research Association (SURA) announced today the debut of the Grid Technology Cookbook, a timely addition to SURA’s activities to increase the breadth and effective use of cyberinfrastructure as a resource to grow research capacity. “The Grid Technology Cookbook can bring people up to speed quickly,” said Paul Avery, Physics Department professor at the University of Florida – a SURA member institution. “This includes administrators, program officers, scientific project leaders and scientists who need to expand their computational scale. It will serve as valuable reading material for the participants in our Grid training classes.” Avery also serves as a Member of the Open Science Grid Executive Board.