August 2016: INDIGO-DataCloud first release is out
On August 8, 2016 INDIGO-DataCloud project announced the general availability of its first public software release, codenamed MidnightBlue. The release comes after an initial phase of requirement gatherings which involved several European scientific collaborations in areas as diverse as structural biology, earth sciences, physics, bioinformatics, cultural heritage, astrophysics, life sciences, climatology, etc. This resulted in the development of many software components addressing existing technical gaps linked to easy and optimal usage of distributed data and compute resources.
These components are now released into a consistent and modular suite, offered as a contribution toward the definition and implementation of an efficient European Open Science Cloud. Read the press release.
INDIGO - DataCloud Software Releases Documentation
INDIGO DataCloud releases are available from the official INDIGO - DataCloud Repositories, for operating systems packages and Docker containers.
Most complex software contains bugs, we are not an exception. One of the features of free and open source software is the ability to report bugs, helping to fix or improve the software you use. INDIGO - DataCloud project uses the GGUS (Global Grid User Support) tool as its user support system. It provides sophisticated search functionality, report generation, interfaces to bug tracking systems used by different middleware components, and automatic ticket reminder including escalation indication. Please use the INDIGO - DataCloud Catch-All GGUS Support Unit or directly contact us through the email@example.com mailing-list
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