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GridSim: A Grid Simulation Toolkit / News: Recent posts

GridSim Toolkit 4.2 beta is released

This is a beta release of GridSim version 4.2.
Changes or new functionalities included:
- incorporate the flow network functionality (done by James Broberg,
Univ. of Melbourne).

- incorporate the finite network buffer functionality (done by Agustin Caminero,
Universidad de Castilla La Mancha (UCLM), Spain).

- fix few bugs

Note that both the new network extensions are not properly tested against
the gridsim.datagrid package. ... read more

Posted by Anthony Sulistio 2008-10-12

GridSim has a poster in the e-Science'07 conference

A poster about GridSim has recently been accepted in the e-Science 2007 conference.

You can read the GridSim poster description:
http://www.cct.lsu.edu/~dsk/eScience2007Posters/sulistio.html

Link to the e-Science conference:
http://www.escience2007.org/

Posted by Anthony Sulistio 2007-10-18

GridSim is featured in iSGTW

International Science Grid This Week (iSGTW) has published a feature article on GridSim for the 17 October 2007 issue. Find out the article:
http://www.isgtw.org/?pid=1000716

Posted by Anthony Sulistio 2007-10-18

GridSim Toolkit 4.1 is released

Gridbus Project to Release GridSim Toolkit 4.1
September 2007

The Gridbus Project at The University of Melbourne, Australia has released the
next-version of Grid simulation software, the GridSim Toolkit 4.1.

The new version of GridSim adds a new functionality that supports
resource failures and failure detection of Grid resources. This work was done
in collaboration with Agustin Caminero, a Phd student from
Universidad de Castilla La Mancha (UCLM), Spain.... read more

Posted by Anthony Sulistio 2007-09-01

GridSim has come to SourceForge

Dear All,

As of Sunday, 19 August 2007, SourceForge will be used to host GridSim code. Hopefully, you can contribute to future GridSim releases.

regards,
Anthony Sulistio

Posted by Anthony Sulistio 2007-08-19