AJO ("garlic" in Spanish) stands for Asynchronous Job Operator. This useful tool was designed and developed to provide a transparent gateway between your web, application or service and an HPC system. AJO moves your executions to a Distributed Resource Management Application API (DRMAA) compatible queue system, such as Grid Engine family or TORQUE, allowing you to submit, execute and retrieve any kind of greedy task in an easy and fast way. AJO is released under the GNU license and can be found at http://rdlab.lsi.upc.edu/ajo
Title: Asynchronous Job Operator (AJO)
Speaker : Fernando Galindo Pascual (RDLab-LSI) & Gabriel Verdejo Álvarez (RDLab-LSI)
Date: 14th January 2014
Location: Faculty of Chemistry (UB), C/ Martí i Franqués 1, 08028 Barcelona, Spain.
Slides: Asynchronous Job Operator (AJO)