PGA is a science gateway built with the Airavata API. You can reference PGA as you integrate Airavata into your own gateway, or you can create your gateway on top of PGA by cloning it at the link below. PGA is known to work well in the Chrome, Firefox, and Internet Explorer browsers.
SciGaP is a hosted service with a public API that science gateways can use to manage applications and workflows running on remote supercomputers, as well as other services. Gateway developers can thus concentrate their efforts on building their scientific communities and not worry about operations.
Science Gateway Platform as a Service (SciGaP) provides application programmer interfaces (APIs) to hosted generic infrastructure services that can be used by domain science communities to create Science Gateways.
Shield from complexity
The Science Gateways Research Center researches, develops, and operates science gateways in collaboration with many clients and partners. Contact us for help building science gateways and deploying advanced software cyberinfrastructure for your community.
We develop and use open source software to create user tools and environments that help scientific communities do what they could not otherwise do. Cyberinfrastructure software systems must be designed and developed strategically, not just from the requirements of scientists but from deeper understanding of core principles of cloud-scale distributed systems.
The Science Gateways Research Center’s core principle is that producing world-class eScience systems requires a cooperative balance between understanding the needs and goals of scientific collaborators, undertaking core eScience research ourselves, and understanding how to operate science gateway software at scale. Open community software that follows the Apache Software Foundation principles is central to this mission.