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Title: Cluster Computing and Grid 2005 works in progress
Authors: Wang, F.
Helian, N.
Wu, S.
Deng, Y.
Zhou, K.
Guo, Y.
Thompson, S.
Johnson, I.
Milward, D.
Maddock, R.
Khoo, B.
Bharadwaj, V. 
Issue Date: Sep-2005
Source: Wang, F.,Helian, N.,Wu, S.,Deng, Y.,Zhou, K.,Guo, Y.,Thompson, S.,Johnson, I.,Milward, D.,Maddock, R.,Khoo, B.,Bharadwaj, V. (2005-09). Cluster Computing and Grid 2005 works in progress. IEEE Distributed Systems Online 6 (9) : -. ScholarBank@NUS Repository.
Abstract: A grid-oriented storage (GOS) project, which aims to support advanced data bank services and data reservoirs for sharing data on the gird, is discussed. The GOS appliance is a disk array that connects directly to the grid using a Globus XIO interface and fits in the thin server categorization. The security model of the GOS is based on the Grid security Infrastructure (GSI). A dynamic estimation scheme for fault-free scheduling in grid systems is also discussed. Most of the grid falls into one of the two categories, planned and negotiated, and dynamic and voluntary. This discrepancy is the main reason behind the complexity in designing robust and fault tolerant scheduling algorithms for both resource categories.
Source Title: IEEE Distributed Systems Online
ISSN: 15414922
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