Sciweavers

Share
DEXAW
2003
IEEE

A Framework for Self-Optimizing Grids Using P2P Components

11 years 10 months ago
A Framework for Self-Optimizing Grids Using P2P Components
We present the framework of a new grid architecture based on the peer-to-peer and the component paradigms. In our architecture, several peer-to-peer components are loosely coupled or even independent from each other. Components affect others indirectly by monitoring the system, recognizing changes caused by other components’ actions, and by issuing own actions. This approach is generic and open for future extensions. It allows to design scalable, selfoptimizing, and resilient grid systems that have no single point of failure. A component is a distributed software system that uses a peer-to-peer algorithm to achieve its goal. The peer-topeer paradigm was invented for large, voluntary PC networks. We apply this concept to the field of self-optimizing grid systems and show how this new architecture can be deployed in the domain of data management. Here, various management aspects like replica creation, placement, access optimization, synchronization, etc. are cooperatively solved in s...
Florian Schintke, Thorsten Schütt, Alexander
Added 04 Jul 2010
Updated 04 Jul 2010
Type Conference
Year 2003
Where DEXAW
Authors Florian Schintke, Thorsten Schütt, Alexander Reinefeld
Comments (0)
books