EMI_logo_small.png European Middleware Initiative (EMI)

What is EMI?

The European Middleware Initiative (EMI) is a close collaboration of the three major middleware providers, ARC, gLite and UNICORE, and other specialized software providers like dCache. It will deliver a consolidated set of middleware components for deployment in EGI (as part of the Unified Middleware Distribution - UMD), PRACE and other DCIs, extend the interoperability and integration with emerging computing models, strengthen the reliability and manageability of the services and establish a sustainable model to support, harmonise and evolve the middleware, ensuring it responds effectively to the requirements of the scientific communities relying on it.

This is the EMI Project internal collaboration wiki. You can also visit the EMI public website at http://www.eu-emi.eu

EMI Workpackages

  • NA1: Administrative and Technical Management
  • NA2: Outreach and Collaborations
  • SA1: Maintenance and Support
  • SA2: Quality Assurance
  • JRA1: Middleware Development, Evolution and Integration

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