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Minoli D. — A Networking Approach to Grid Computing
Minoli D. — A Networking Approach to Grid Computing



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Название: A Networking Approach to Grid Computing

Автор: Minoli D.

Аннотация:

Deriving the grid metaphor from the electric network of cables and power stations, grid computing is and extension of the concept of "computer time sharing" in which the computing environment aims at enabling the selection, sharing, and aggregation of geographically distributed resources based on a range of considerations important to optimizing computing resources. Aiming his volume at corporate IT professionals, Minoli (managing director, Leading-Edge Networks Incorporated) synthesizes the state of the field, covering such topics as grid benefits; components and architectures; standards; deployment issues and approaches; grid system economics; and communication systems for local, national, and global grids.


Язык: en

Рубрика: Computer science/

Статус предметного указателя: Готов указатель с номерами страниц

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Год издания: 2004

Количество страниц: 396

Добавлена в каталог: 12.05.2005

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Предметный указатель
.NET (Microsoft)      92 94
10 GbE      285
10 Gigabit fibre channel standard      295
10BASE-T, 100BASE-T, 1000BASE-T      309 310
10g family (Oracle products)      12 54
10GFC, fibre channel      295
3G Grids      26
Abstractions      114
ACCESS      161
Accessing Grid information services      243
Accounting service      182
Activity / performance monitoring      232
Administration      163 173
Advance scheduling      241
Advanced reservation      162
Agreement-based iteration      163
Analysis of outsourcing      4
ANSI X9 security      209
Apis      51 91 115 203—207
APIs, communication      206
APIs, data access      206
APIs, data management      206
APIs, fault detection      207
APIs, information service      206
APIs, portability      207
APIs, resource management      206
APIs, security      206
Application firewalls and network-level firewalls      161
Application framework development      216
Application integration      232
Application portability      233
Application programming interfaces (APIs)      51 91 206 207
Application service provider (ASP)      3
Application submission function      79
Business transaction and coordination services      180
CA (certificate authority)      76 224 234 237
Cabling      308
Cache invalidation protocols      191
Cactus      126
Calendar-based mechanism      77
Canonical lifecycle states      196
Capacity planning      32
Carrier Sense Multiple Access / Collision Detect (CSMA/CD)      303
Certificate policy model      109
Certification      161
cgs      256 257 258
Chaining of services      248
Chargeable Grid service (CGS)      256 257 258
Choreography      175 180
Class of Service (CoS)      321
Client use of Grid service handles      142
Client-side programming patterns      141
Clients      65
Cluster computing      4 8 21 50
CMM      177
CoG kits      205 217
Collaborative computing      10
Collaborative engineering      35
Collaborative problem-solving      3
Collective operations      199
Collective protocols      116 124 125
Commodity Grid (CoG)      205 217
Commodity market models      254
Common management model (CMM)      177 195
Common object request broker architecture (CORBA)      93
Communication APIs      206
Communication infrastructure      44
Communication integrity      235
Communication systems for global Grids      333
Communication systems for local Grids      281
Communication systems for national Grids      313
Comparisons      21
Compensation, service pricing      262
Components of a Grid      63 71
Compositions, heterogeneous      174
Compositions, homogeneous      174
Compositions, implementation      174
Compositions, orchestrated      174
Compositions, pure      174
Computation      84
Computational Grid      5 7 13 50 65
Computing blades      33
Computing utility      5 9 102
Computing-on-demand      5
condor      39 126 205
Confidential communication      235
Confidentiality on stored data      247
Configurable persistency      184
Connectivity layer protocols      116 124
Consumption patterns      184
Content sharing      10
Continuous double auction      254
Coordinated resource sharing      2
CORBA      93 126 205 217
Core services      166
Cost components      32
Costs, run-the-engine      12
Credential lifespan and renewal      168
Currency      266
Currency, service pricing      260
Customer edge equipment (CE)      335
Customer premise equipment (CPE)      314
DARPA      44
Data access      169
Data access agreement service      193
Data access and movement      190
Data access APIs      206
Data and schema mediation      190
Data caching      169 191
Data center      65
Data center applications      37
Data center virtualization      23
Data consistency      191
Data federation      17
Data Grid initiatives      37
Data Grids      7 13 24 50 65
Data management      18 72 78 111
Data management APIs      206
Data Mining      11
Data replication      190
Data replication and caching      190
Data services      166 189
Data services hosting      137
Data sharing      159
Data Transfer Process (DTP)      230
Data transport      228
Data virtualizations      189
DataAccess      190
Database access      220
DataFactory      190
DataManagement      190
DBMS services      169
DCE      93
Decentralized architecture      7
Decoupling      183
Dedicated server platform      3
Defense advanced research projects agency (DARPA)      44
Definition of Grid      64
Delegation      211 215 235 239
Dense Wavelength Division Multiplexing      45 81 83
Deployment challenges      231
Deployment of Grid      159 223 224
Deployment services      173
Developer tools      51
DFS      85
Diffserv, QoS      321
Digital subscriber line (DSL)      316
Directory      72
Directory schemes      180
Directory Services      49
Disaster recovery      162
Disc, service pricing      261
Discovery and brokering      159
Discovery services      157 178 191
Dispatch management      111
Disposable computing      13
Distributed computing      7
Distributed computing environment (DCE)      93
Distributed data management services      215
Distributed file system (DFS)      85
Distributed logging      183
Distributed object systems      140
Distributed supercomputing      10 35
distributed.net      41 110
DNS      49 97
DoD's Global Information Grid (GIG)      317
Domain Name Server (DNS)      49
Domain-specific services      132 136 165
Donor software      79
Donors      65
Drawbacks of Grid computing      72
DTP (data transfer process)      230
Duration, service pricing      260
Dutch auction      254
DWDM      45 81 83
Economic advantage of Grid computing      4 28
Economic data      56
Economic model      258
Economic models      254
Economic parameters, service pricing      266
Economic value      53
Efficiency gains from Grids      252
EIS      186
Elements — a functional view      71
Elements, Grid      73 74
EMC's VMWare      14 23 54
Encrypted communication      235
Encryption      160
End-to-end resource management      233
Engines      65
English auction      254
Enterprise computing environment      32
Enterprise Grid      4 7 50 65
Enterprise Grid, communication systems      313 318
Event      185 186
Event interest set (EIS)      186
Evolution of Grids over time      47
Execution of Grid flows      180
Execution time reduction      11
Extending portType      147
Extensible markup language (XML)      26 94 116
Extension of web services interfaces      139
Extranet      5
Fabric      20
Fabric layer protocols      123
Fabric, Grid      20
Factory      130
Factory, gatekeeper process      212
Fault / accounting / performance management      221
Fault detection APIs      207
Fault model      194
Fault tolerance      162
FCIP      298 299
Fibre channel (FC)      283 282
Fibre channel (FC) 10GFC      295
Fibre channel (FC) device discovery      292
Fibre channel (FC) fabric      287
Fibre channel (FC) fabric port      287
Fibre channel (FC) FC-2      287
Fibre channel (FC) FC-4      287
Fibre channel (FC) layers      286
Fibre channel (FC) layers and link services      291
Fibre channel (FC) link services      291
Fibre channel (FC) network      289
Fibre channel (FC) network topologies      289
Fibre channel (FC) nodes      292
Fibre channel (FC) N_PORT      288
Fibre channel over TCP/IP (FCIP)      298
Fibre channel protocol for SCSI (SCSI FCP)      283
Fibre channel technology — tunneled modes      298
FICON      284
Filtering and aggregation      184
Financial services      49
Financial services companies      37
Firewalls      161
First class services      174
Forwarding Equivalence Classes (FECs)      322
Frame Relay      316
FTP      95
Functional model, Grid      105
GANs      114 281
Gatekeeper process (a factory)      212
GbE      46 282 285
GCE      217
General parallel file system (GPFS)      85
Generic security service application program interface (GSS—API)      115 210
GESA      255 257
GGF      20 106 156
GGF documents      108
GGF working groups      107
Gigabit Ethernet (GbE)      46 282 285
Gigabit media independent interface (GMII)      307
Global access to secondary storage (GASS)      204
Global area networks (GANs)      114
Global Grid Forum (GGF)      20 26
Global Grids communication systems      333
Global information Grid (GIG)      317
Globus alliance      3 201 202 203
Globus resource allocation manager (GRAM)      204
Globus toolkit      16 20 34 47 49 201 203 213 224
Globus toolkit APIs      203
Globus toolkit applications      216
Globus toolkit mechanisms      203
Globus toolkit protocols      207
GPDK      217
GPFS      85
GPS      256 257
GRAAP      255
GRAM protocol      78 212
Grid / P2P initiatives      36
Grid administration      233
Grid administrative access      225
Grid administrator      236 243
Grid applications      20 36 70
Grid applications layer      129
Grid benefits      70
Grid benefits: access to a plethora of IT resources      70
Grid benefits: better utilization of underused resources      70
Grid benefits: improved availability of computing      70
Grid benefits: increased reliability of computing      70
Grid benefits: parallelization of processing      71
Grid benefits: resource balancing      71
Grid benefits: simplified management of IT resources      71
Grid benefits: virtual resources and virtual organizations for collaboration      71
Grid business continuity planning      225
Grid challenges      56
Grid commercial companies      40
Grid computing      1 2 7 64 84 214
Grid computing drawbacks      72
Grid computing environment (local implementation)      15
Grid computing environment (remote implementation)      16
Grid Computing Environment(s) (GCE)      201 217 218
Grid computing layers      18 19
Grid computing market      12
Grid computing standards      24 252
Grid computing taxonomy      52
Grid computing, processor utilization      33
Grid computing, savings      32
Grid configuration      225
Grid consortiums      34
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