Talia, Domenico, Yahyapour, Ramin, Ziegler, Wolfgang (Eds.)
2008, XX, 420 p.
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Covers all aspects of grid computing, including grid middleware and services
Brings together contributions from distinguished leaders in research and industry in Grid Computing through the world
Grid Middleware and Services: Challenges and Solutions is the eighth volume of the CoreGRID series. The CoreGrid Proceedings is the premiere European event on Grid Computing. This book aims to strengthen and advance scientific and technological excellence in the area of Grid Computing. The main focus in this volume is on Grid middleware and service level agreement.
Grid middleware and Grid services are two pillars of grid computing systems and applications. This book includes high-level contributions by leading researchers in both areas and presents current solutions together with future challenges. This volume includes sections on knowledge and data management on grids, Grid resource management and scheduling, Grid information, resource and workflow monitoring services, and service level agreements.
Grid Middleware and Services: Challenges and Solutions is designed for a professional audience, composed of researchers and practitioners in industry. This volume is also suitable for graduate-level students in computer science.
Resource Management and Scheduling.- Grid Scheduling with ATOP-Grid under Time Sharing.- Benchmarking Grid Applications.- Data Model for Describing Grid Resource Broker.- Meta-Broker for Future Generation Grids: A New Approach for a High-Level Interoperable Resource Management.- Managing Scheduling and Replication in the LHC Grid 65.- Network Monitoring Session.- Sub-contracts: Delegating Contracts for Resource Discovery.- Looking for an Evolution of Grid Scheduling: Meta-Brokering.- Preemption and Share Control in Parallel Grid Job Scheduling.- The Grid Backfilling: a Multi-Site Scheduling Architecture with Data Mining Prediction Techniques.-
Storage and Data Management.- Cache-Enabled Super-Peer Overlays for Multiple Job Submission on Grids.- An Analysis of Security Services in Grid Storage Systems.- Analysis of Grid Storage Element Architectures: High-end Fiber-Channel vs. Emerging Cluster-based Networked.-Towards Uniform and Transparent Access to the Grid Information Using the Palantir.- Peer-to-Peer Metadata Management for Knowledge Discovery Applications in Grids.-
Grid Workflow and Fault Tolerance.- Taxonomies of the Multi-Criteria Grid Workflow Scheduling Problem.- Real-World Workflow Support in the ASKALON Grid Environment.- A Practical Approach for a Workflow Management System.- Secure and Fault Tolerant Distributed Framework with Mobility Support.- Improvement on Fault-Tolerance and Migration Facilities within the Grid Computing Environment - Integration with the Low-Level Checkpointing Packages.- Towards Automated Diagnosis of Application Faults using Wrapper Services and Machine Learning.-
Service Level Agreement.- Using SLA for Resource Management and Scheduling - A Survey.- Managing Violations in Service Level Agreements.- Operating Virtual Organizations using Bipartite Service Level Agreements.- Managing User Expectations with Component Performance Contracts.- Service Level Agreements in Catallaxy-Based Grid Markets.- Improving Business Opportunities of Financial Service Providers through Service Level Agreements.- Implementing WS-Agreement in a Globus Toolkit 4.0 Environment.-