The OSG provides common service and support for resource providers and scientific institutions using a distributed fabric of high throughput computational services. The OSG does not own resources but provides software and services to users and resource providers alike to enable the opportunistic usage and sharing of resources. The OSG is jointly funded by the Department of Energy and the National Science Foundation. Click here for a two-page printable overview of OSG.
The Open Science Grid (OSG) supports science such as..
The OSG is primarily used as a high-throughput grid where scientific problems are solved by breaking them down into a very large number of individual jobs that can run independently. The most successful opportunistic applications run on the OSG share the following characteristics:
Please see https://twiki.opensciencegrid.org/ for more information regarding the OSG.
Please see https://gracc.opensciencegrid.org/ for more information regarding OSG GRid ACCounting.
Please see Documentation for more details regarding available documentation.