The Open Science Grid (OSG) has recently achieved a number of milestones and continues to provide distributed grid computing resources to scientists around the world at a record scale. 2015 marked the first year since the OSG’s inception a decade earlier that over 1 billion computational hours were consumed by OSG users.
Most efficient experiments on FermiGrid that used more than 500,000 hours since Dec. 1, 2015 – MINOS (98.72%) and MINERvA (85.80%)
Most efficient big non-production users on FermiGrid who used more than 100,000 hours since Dec. 1, 2015 was Luri A. Oksuzian from MINOS with 98.9% efficiency.
The experiment with the most opportunistic hours on OSG between Dec. 1, 2015 and Jan. 31, 2016 was Mu2e with 13,960,877 hours.