Experimental Demonstration of a Self-organized Architecture for Emerging Grid Computing Applications on OBS Testbed
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- Liu L., Hong X., Wu J., Lin J. (2009) Experimental Demonstration of a Self-organized Architecture for Emerging Grid Computing Applications on OBS Testbed. In: Vicat-Blanc Primet P., Kudoh T., Mambretti J. (eds) Networks for Grid Applications. GridNets 2008. Lecture Notes of the Institute for Computer Sciences, Social Informatics and Telecommunications Engineering, vol 2. Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg
As Grid computing continues to gain popularity in the industry and research community, it also attracts more attention from the customer level. The large number of users and high frequency of job requests in the consumer market make it challenging. Clearly, all the current Client/Server(C/S)-based architecture will become unfeasible for supporting large-scale Grid applications due to its poor scalability and poor fault-tolerance. In this paper, based on our previous works [1, 2], a novel self-organized architecture to realize a highly scalable and flexible platform for Grids is proposed. Experimental results show that this architecture is suitable and efficient for consumer-oriented Grids.
Keywordsoptical Grid self-organization optical burst switching (OBS)
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