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Grid computing is increasingly used by organizations to achieve high performance computing and heterogeneous resources sharing. These grids may span several domain administrations via Internet. As a result of this, it may be difficult to monitor, control and manage those machines and resources. This paper aims at providing a multi-platform grid monitoring service which can monitor resources such as CPU speed and utilization, memory usage, disk usage, and network bandwidth in a real-time manner. Monitoring data is extracted form Ganglia and NWS tools then stored and transmitted in XML form and then used for displaying. All the information is displayed using real-time graphs.