Title

hBrowse - Generic framework for hierarchical data visualization

Abstract

The hBrowse framework is a generic monitoring tool designed to meet the needs of various communities connected to grid computing. It is strongly configurable and easy to adjust and implement accordingly to a specific community needs. It's a html/JavaScript client side application utilizing the latest web technologies to provide presentation layer to any hierarchical data structures. Each part of this software (dynamic tables, user selection etc.) is in fact a separate plugin which can be used separately from the main application. It was especially designed to meet the requirements of Atlas and CMS users as well as to use it as a bulked Ganga monitoring tool.

Summary

The hBrowse Framework is a new kind of generic open source monitoring application. It's a html/javascript client that can be combined with any kind of server as long as it can send json formatted data. Whole application can be setup using just one settings file.

Author

Lukasz Kokoszkiewicz

Co-authors

Julia Andreeva, Jakub Moscicki, Massimo Lamanna, Ivan Antoniev Dzhunov, Laura Sargsyan

Presentation type

Poster

Comments

No

-- LukaszKokoszkiewicz - 27-Sep-2011

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