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PRAGMA Cloud

The PRAGMA Cloud started in 2010 by Resources Working Group. PRAGMA Cloud is composed of VM hosting systems and technical expertise from PRAGMA members and friends institutions. It provides the infrastructure and a collaborative environment for Cloud software and applications to interoperate and improve. It's also where PRAGMA researchers can innovate and experiment with new approaches and new solutions to make Cloud easy to use.

Current PRAGMA Cloud member institutions (list by regions and sites)


China

  • CNIC - Computer Network Information Center, Chinese Academy of Sciences, since 2011
  • JLU - Jilin University, since 2011
  • LZU - LanZhou University, since 2011

Hong Kong

  • HKU - Hong Kong University, Hong Kong, since 2012

India

  • UoHyd - University of Hyderabad, since since 2012

Japan

  • AIST - National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology, since 2010
  • OSAKAU - Osaka University, since 2011
  • UTsukuba - University of Tsukuba, since 2011

Malaysia

  • MIMOS - MIMOS Berhad, since 2011

Philippines

  • ASTI - Advanced Science and Technology Institute, Philippines, since 2011

Taiwan

  • NCHC - National Center for High-performance Computing, since 2010

Thailand

  • KU - Kasetsart University, since 2012

USA

  • SDSC - San Diego Supercomputer Center, since since 2010
  • IndianaU - Indiana University, since 2011

PRAGMA Grid

The PRAGMA Grid is established May 18, 2004 by Resources Working Group during PRAGMA 6 Workshop in Beijing. This grid is composed of cluster systems and technical expertise from PRAGMA members and friends institutions. It provides the infrastructure and a collaborative environment for grid middleware and grid applications to interoperate and improve. It's also where PRAGMA researchers can innovate and experiment with new approaches and new solutions to make the grid easy to use.

Current PRAGMA Grid member institutions (list by regions and sites)


Australia

  • MU - Monash University, since 2004/12/17

China

  • CNIC - Computer Network Information Center, Chinese Academy of Sciences, since 2005/04/19
  • JLU - Jilin University, since 2006/03/01
  • LZU - LanZhou University, since 2007/05/28

Chile

  • UChile - University of Chile, since 2006/02/17

Hong Kong

  • HKU - Hong Kong University, Hong Kong

India

  • UoHyd - University of Hyderabad, since 2004/10/12

Japan

  • AIST - National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology, since 2004/06/01
  • OSAKAU - Osaka University, since 2006/04/26
  • UTsukuba - University of Tsukuba, since 2006/9/12

New Zealand

Philippines

  • ASTI - Advanced Science and Technology Institute, Philippines, since 2011/02/21

Switzerland

  • UZH - University of Zurich, since 2006/05/29

Taiwan

  • ASGC - Academia Sinica Grid Computing Center, since 2004/10/01
  • NCHC - National Center for High-performance Computing, since 2004/07/05

Thailand

  • KU - KU, since 2004/06/02

USA

  • SDSC - San Diego Supercomputer Center, since 2004/06/17
  • IndianaU - Indiana University, since 2010/09/13

Past PRAGMA Cloud/Grid contributors

  • APAC - Astralia Partnership for Advanced Computing, since 2006/10/17
  • BII - Bioinformatics Institute, Singapore, since 2004/08/13
  • BU - Binghamton University, since 2007/02/01
  • CeNAT-ITCR - National Cetner for Advanced Technology Studies - Instituto Tecnologico de Costa Rica, Costa Rica, since 2010/03/03
  • CICESE - Center of Investigation Science and Education at Superior Ensenada, since 2004/11/30
  • CUHK - Chinese University of Hong Kong
  • GUCAS - Graduate University of Chinese Academy of Sciences, since 2006/07/28
  • HCMUT - Ho Chi Minh City University of Technique, since 2008/02/20
  • HUT - Hanoi University of Technology, Vietnam, since 2008/02/20
  • IHPC - Institute of High Performance Computing, since 2006/09/18
  • IOIT-HCM - Institute of Information Technology, HCMC, since 2006/02/19
  • IOIT-Hanoi - Institute of Information Technology, Hanoi, since 2009/12/19
  • KISTI - Korea Institute of Science and Technology Information, since 2004/06/01
  • KMU - Kookmin University, Korea
  • NCSA - National Center for Supercomputing Applications, since 2004/07/07
  • NECTEC - National Electronics and Computer Technology Center, since 2006/08/18
  • NGO - National Grid Office, since 2006/02/16
  • NTU - Nanyang Technological University, since 2005/6/1
  • QUT - Queensland University of Technology, Australia
  • TITECH - Tokyo Institute of Technology, since 2004/06/30
  • UDV - Universidad Del Valle Colombia, since 2011/09/12
  • UNAM - National University of Mexico, since 2004/08/25
  • UPRM - University of Poerto Rico at Mayaguez, since 2007/05/31
  • USM-CS - University Sains Malaysia - Computer Science, since 2004/06/02
  • USM-Ph - University Sains Malaysia - Pharmaceutical, since 2004/06/02
  • UUtah - University of Utah, since 2006/08/29