Book 2008

Grid Middleware and Services

Challenges and Solutions


ISBN: 978-0-387-78445-8 (Print) 978-0-387-78446-5 (Online)

Table of contents (28 chapters)

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  1. Front Matter

    Pages i-xx

  2. Resource Management and Scheduling

    1. Chapter

      Pages 3-18

      Grid Scheduling with ATOP-Grid under Time Sharing

    2. Chapter

      Pages 19-37

      Benchmarking Grid Applications

    3. Chapter

      Pages 39-52

      Data Model for Describing Grid Resource Broker Capabilities

    4. Chapter

      Pages 53-63

      Meta-Broker for Future Generation Grids: A New Approach for a High-Level Interoperable Resource Management

    5. Chapter

      Pages 65-77

      Managing Scheduling and Replication in the LHC Grid

    6. Chapter

      Pages 79-93

      Network Monitoring Session Description

    7. Chapter

      Pages 95-104

      Sub-contracts: Delegating Contracts for Resource Discovery

    8. Chapter

      Pages 105-119

      Looking for an Evolution of Grid Scheduling: Meta-Brokering

    9. Chapter

      Pages 121-135

      Preemption and Share Control in Parallel Grid Job Scheduling

    10. Chapter

      Pages 137-152

      The Grid Backfilling: a Multi-Site Scheduling Architecture with Data Mining Prediction Techniques

  3. Storage and Data Management

    1. Chapter

      Pages 155-169

      Cache-Enabled Super-Peer Overlays for Multiple Job Submission on Grids

    2. Chapter

      Pages 171-185

      An Analysis of Security Services in Grid Storage Systems

    3. Chapter

      Pages 187-201

      Analysis of Grid Storage Element Architectures: High-end Fiber-Channel vs. Emerging Cluster-based Networked Storage

    4. Chapter

      Pages 203-217

      Towards Uniform and Transparent Access to the Grid Information Using the Palantir

    5. Chapter

      Pages 219-233

      Peer-to-Peer Metadata Management for Knowledge Discovery Applications in Grids

  4. Grid Workflow and Fault Tolerance

    1. Chapter

      Pages 237-264

      Taxonomies of the Multi-Criteria Grid Workflow Scheduling Problem

    2. Chapter

      Pages 265-278

      Real-World Workflow Support in the ASKALON Grid Environment

    3. Chapter

      Pages 279-287

      A Practical Approach for a Workflow Management System

    4. Chapter

      Pages 289-304

      Secure and Fault Tolerant Distributed Framework with Mobility Support

    5. Chapter

      Pages 305-317

      Improvement on Fault-Tolerance and Migration Facilities within the Grid Computing Environment - Integration With The Low-Level Checkpointing Packages

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