17-21 September 2012
Clarion Conference Centre
Europe/Prague timezone

New features on Accounting Portal Release Electra

19 Sep 2012, 11:20
20m
Zenit (Clarion Conference Centre)

Zenit

Clarion Conference Centre

Presentation EGI Operations (Tiziana Ferrari: track leader) Operations Workshops

Speakers

Alvaro Simon (FCTSG) Ivan Diaz Alvarez (FCTSG)

Link for further information

http://accounting.egi.eu

Wider impact of this work

This document details the changes in the new version of the Accounting Portal and the new functionalities and performance offered to users with this new release.

It is of interest of operations staff, specially site admins, vo admins and any organism using the Portal data to gauge and track the grid infrastructure usage, possibly mediated by a large number of variables.

Description of the work

The new Electra (v4.2) release of the Accounting Portal was made available on http://acounting.egi.eu. This is a release, with many internal changes, including many internal code changes and reorganization, a move from frames to full CSS design and addressability, mobile support (including QR), better graphs, XML datafeeds on tree views, full user data on site and VO admin views, by country usage views,
and several code optimizations and changes.

The document will detail and flesh out each of these new features and their impact on both performance and user interaction.

Printable Summary

The new Electra (v4.2) release of the Accounting Portal was made available on http://acounting.egi.eu. This is a release, with many internal changes, including many internal code changes and reorganization, a move from frames to full CSS design and addressability, mobile support (including QR), better graphs, XML datafeeds on tree views, full user data on site and VO admin views, by country usage views,
and several code optimizations and changes.

This document details these changes and the new functionalities and performance offered to users with this new release.

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