gLite is a middleware solution for the grid that enables users to access remote resources and services in a seamless and transparent way. It is based on the Open Grid Services Architecture (OGSA) and provides a set of core services that can be extended and customized to meet the needs of specific applications.
gLite is designed to be easy to use, scalable, and interoperable. It supports a wide range of platforms and operating systems, and can be deployed on a variety of hardware configurations. gLite is also compliant with the major grid standards, such as the Open Grid Forum (OGF) Grid Security Infrastructure (GSI) and the Open Computing Language (OCL) standard.
gLite is an open source project that is developed and maintained by a large community of developers.
gLite: Enabling the Grid for Scientific Computing
The grid is a distributed computing system that enables scientists to share data and computing resources. gLite is a middleware solution that enables the grid to be used for scientific computing.
gLite is an important part of the grid infrastructure. It enables the grid to be used for scientific computing. gLite provides a platform for scientists to collaborate and to conduct research.