Wallaby was a sophisticated semantic configuration service for the Condor distributed job scheduling system. Wallaby featured remote API access with convenient bindings in several languages, automatic versioning, and a rich set of tools. It was also open-source software, released under the Apache License. (We like to think that Wallaby “incubates” configurations for your entire Condor pool.)
Wallaby was sponsored by Red Hat, Inc., and was primarily developed by Red Hat engineers. This site is not sponsored or endorsed by Red Hat.