Ganglia welcomes Google Summer of Code students for 2014

May 20, 2014
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(This article was first published on DanielPocock.com - r-project, and kindly contributed to R-bloggers)

Ganglia has been granted funding for five students in the 2014 Google Summer of Code

The names of the students chosen for the program were announced on 21 April and the official coding period has started this week.

The students are:

Project Student
Data science: R plugin for RRD Plamen Dimitrov
NVIDIA GPU monitoring Md Ali Ahsan Rana
Ganglia/Nagios integration Chandrika Parimoo
JMXetric Ng Zhi An
Internal Ganglia metrics Oliver Hamm

and the mentoring team consists of Rajat Phull, Bernard Li, Nick Satterly, Robert Kovacs and Daniel Pocock.

The whole Ganglia community congratulates the students on their selection for GSoC this year and is very excited about working with them. We would also like to thank O’Reilly for generously providing the GSoC students with copies of the book Monitoring with Ganglia

If any other member of the community would like to assist formally or informally in the mentoring program, testing any of the projects or anything else please just get in touch with us through the Ganglia developers mailing list or #ganglia on freenode

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