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The U.S. National Science Foundation (NSF) has invested heavily in research computing, including funding the eXtreme Digital (XD) program, to make computing infrastructure available to researchers, and sponsoring the Science Gateways Community Institute (SGCI), to support the integration of supercomputers with science gateways. XD Metrics on Demand (XDMoD), an NSF-funded tool that collects and presents detailed data about computing resources, was developed to manage just such varied computational resources. XDMoD metrics incorporate accounting and performance data for computational jobs, and include resources consumed (computation, memory, disk, network, etc.), wait times, and quality of service. In recent years, XDMoD has been enhanced to provide monitoring for cloud computing and storage, and metrics such as power consumption and GPU support. As the use of science gateways becomes more prominent in research computing, the influence of these user-friendly portals grows. New features under development now in XDMoD will serve the gateways community. In this short paper, we outline our plans to introduce new gateways monitoring functionality that integrates with existing monitoring and metrics.
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