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     6'''UMD 3.4.0''' ''[29 January 2014]''[[BR]] 
     7A [[http://repository.egi.eu/2014/01/29/release-umd-3-4-0/|new relase]] of Universal Middleware Distribution was just published by EGI. The current release includes improved versions of two !QosCosGrid services: QCG-Computing-3.2.0 and QCG-Notification-3.2.0.  
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     10'''EGI H2020 workshop''' ''[08 December 2013]''[[BR]] 
     11On 4-6-th December 2013 [[https://indico.egi.eu/indico/conferenceDisplay.py?confId=1893|EGI towards Horizon 2020 Workshop]] took place in Amsterdam. The meeting aimed to present the EGI strategy and discuss ''Horizon 2020 Work Programme 2014-2015'' with existing and new user communities, research infrastructure representatives, NGIs and EIROs, resource centres as well as technology providers. The !QosCosGrid middleware, which is already an integral part of European e-Infrastructure, has been represented by Tomasz Piontek.  
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    613'''QCG in UMD''' ''[12 September 2013]''[[BR]] 
    714We can officially announce a big success of !QosCosGrid that is joining to [[http://repository.egi.eu/2013/09/12/release-umd-3-2-0/|EGI Universal Middleware Distribution (UMD)]]. The UMD is a software repository for grid middleware systems and can be seen as Apple App Store or Android Market. The entering of !QosCosGrid to UMD means that the system passed restrictive procedures that proved its high maturity and usefulness. Starting from now computing centers accross Europe can easily and safely deploy the QCG components on their sites.