Minimum intrusion Grid

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The Minimum intrusion Grid (commonly MiG) is an effort to design and develop a modern grid computing system that has minimal requirements for usage yet still maintains a security for all participants in the system.

MiG currently covers three separate projects:

  • MiGrid is a project to develop the software itself.
  • MiGrid is a development grid, usually running the latest MiGrid software.
  • Grid.dk is the national Danish grid, slated to run the MiGrid software, mixed with other Grid middelware, such as NorduGrid.

Design philosophy[edit]

  • Nothing produced by MiG can be required to be installed on either the resource or client end
  • Everything within MiG must be implemented in Python unless another language is absolutely required
  • Any design and implementation decision must optimize towards transparency for the users
  • Anything that is not right must be thrown away

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