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May 2013: hepia participates in the Swiss Academic Compute Cloud project, lead by University of Zurich.
August 2012: A long and successful demonstration of XWCH in the cloud in the GridKA school, Karlsruhe, Germany 
June 2012 : XWCH goes cloud. hepia's new infrastructure and the OpenStack software allows on-demand deployment of XWCH nodes. Further, we have a system to dynamically start/stop VM's, transfer file to/fro and execute programs in them: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1lhmlzzfDR-JGwjPT9pc7SrIUZ7f5w0OJM3tyFv3wlb4/edit
May 2012 : We proudly present a new, simple worker installation program that works on all the platforms that we support.
October 2011 : A new SWITCH project MUSIC will develop 3 new exciting applications on XWCH.
September 2011 : XWCH tutorial at GridKa/SGS summer school.
June 2011 : XWCH will be bridged to the Venus-C Cloud platform (FP7 project).
May 2011 : XWCH tutorial at GPC'11 conference.
Mars 2011 : XWCH platform is accepted as infrastructure provider in the FP7 EDGI project.
January 2011 : Ongoing collaboration with the Dutch Alan Turing Institute http://www.alanturinginstitutealmere.nl/ makes XWCH's links with the medical and life sciences even stronger.
December 2010 : The Virtual EZ Grid that combined XWCH with the Swiss Grid community successfully finished.
October 2010 : New XWCH related project MultiSiteArc started.
June 2010 : XWCH presented in Swiss Grid School 2010
May 2010 : New presentation: XWCH talk in Lausanne
February 2010 : We are on! Swiss MultiScience Grid now shows resources of XWCH. ARCXWCH's queue shows connected XWCH Linux workers.
September 2009 : Shibboleth login for SWITCH members is now available on www.xtremwebch.net
June 2009 : XWCH's new version being deployed. XWCH is one of the platforms of the Virtual EZ-Grid project. Within the project, hundreds of worker nodes will be deployed in several Swiss institutes.
June 2009 : A new security solution, based on Shibboleth, is being designed for XWCH.
May 2009 : XWCH demonstrations were successfully run in workshops in connection to Grid and Pervasive Computing http://gpc09.eig.ch