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'''National Grid Initiatives''' or '''Infrastructures''' (NGIs) are organisations set up by individual countries to manage the [http://www.egi.eu/production-infrastructure/Resource-providers/index.html computing resources they provide] to the European e-Infrastructure (EGI). NGIs are EGI’s main stakeholders, together with [http://public.web.cern.ch/public/ CERN] and [http://www.embl.org/ EMBL], two European Intergovernmental Research Organisations (EIROs).
'''National Grid Initiatives''' or '''Infrastructures''' (NGIs) are organisations set up by individual countries to manage the [http://www.egi.eu/infrastructure/Resource-providers/index.html computing resources they provide] to the European e-Infrastructure (EGI). NGIs are EGI’s main stakeholders, together with [http://public.web.cern.ch/public/ CERN] and [http://www.embl.org/ EMBL], two European Intergovernmental Research Organisations (EIROs).


Each NGIs contributes a number of sites to the grid infrastructure. NGIs are responsible for the maintenance and running of the sites they operate.
Each NGIs contributes a number of sites to the grid infrastructure. NGIs are responsible for the maintenance and running of the sites they operate.

Revision as of 14:05, 14 June 2011

National Grid Initiatives or Infrastructures (NGIs) are organisations set up by individual countries to manage the computing resources they provide to the European e-Infrastructure (EGI). NGIs are EGI’s main stakeholders, together with CERN and EMBL, two European Intergovernmental Research Organisations (EIROs).

Each NGIs contributes a number of sites to the grid infrastructure. NGIs are responsible for the maintenance and running of the sites they operate.

A full list of participants in the European Grid Infrastructure is available (EGI.eu Council).

NGIs using the EGI Wiki