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Meeting virtual organization performance goals through adaptive grid reconfiguration

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Meeting virtual organization performance goals through adaptive grid reconfiguration
— In order for Grids to become relied upon for critical infrastructure and reliable scientific computing, Grid-wide management must be automated so that it is possible in quickly and comprehensively respond to or anticipate specific environmental changes and requirements. That is, due to the disjoint administration of Grids which results in high communication requirements as well as large numbers of skilled administrators, manual reconfiguration of large portions of a Grid in such situations is not a viable solution. We have developed an architecture that allows changes to the grid configuration to be automated in response to operator input or sensors placed throughout the Grid. Additionally, our architecture allows the resource owner to specify who is allowed to alter the configuration of his resource and what types of reconfigurations are allowed. This permits the automation of reconfiguration while retaining owner control of the individual resources. Our experiments show that this...
Zach Hill, Jonathan C. Rowanhill, Anh Nguyen-Tuong
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Type Conference
Year 2007
Where GRID
Authors Zach Hill, Jonathan C. Rowanhill, Anh Nguyen-Tuong, Glenn S. Wasson, John C. Knight, Jim Basney, Marty Humphrey
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