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Distributed virtual computers (DVC): simplifying the development of high performance Grid applications

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Distributed virtual computers (DVC): simplifying the development of high performance Grid applications
Distributed Virtual Computer (DVC) is a computing environment which simplifies the development and execution of distributed applications on computational grids. DVC provides a simple set of ions to simplify application management of naming, security, communication, and resource, easing use of highly dynamic and heterogeneous resource ents. These abstractions enable complex collections of grid resources to be used in a fashion similar to private user or workgroup resources. The DVC model is attractive for lambda-grids with circuitswitched optical networks, providing a structure for exploiting unique communication and security properties. Examples of DVC's include virtual clusters and virtual heterogeneous resource collections. We introduce the concept of a DVC, its system structure and mechanisms. We discuss the potential benefits of DVC's for application programmers.
Nut Taesombut, Andrew A. Chien
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Type Conference
Year 2004
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Authors Nut Taesombut, Andrew A. Chien
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