Name of the Institution : DEPARTMENT OF COMPUTER SCIENCE raghu college
Title of the Paper : GRID COMPUTING
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PG NO ABSTRACT 4 1. INTRODUCTION 5 2. THE GRID 5 3. BEGINNING OF GRID 5 4. GRID COMPUTING CHARACTERSTICS 6 5. A COMMUNITY GRID MODEL 7 6. TYPES OF GRID 8 7. THE KIND OF GRID TOOLS 8 8. GRID COMPONENTS 9 9. ADVANTAGES 14 10. CHALLENGES OF GRID 14 11. CONCLUSION 14 12. BIBLIOGRAPHY 15
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FIG NO NAME PG NO 1 Layered architecture of grid model 7 2 Possible user view of Grid 10 3 Security in Grid Environment 10 4 Broker Service 11 5 Scheduler 12 6 Data Management 13 7 Gram 13
Grid computing, emerging as a new paradigm for next-generation computing, enables the sharing, selection, and aggregation of geographically distributed heterogeneous resources for solving large-scale problems in science, engineering, and commerce. The resources in the Grid are heterogeneous and geographically distributed. Availability, usage and cost policies vary depending on the particular user, time, priorities and goals. It enables the regulation of supply and demand for resources. It provides an incentive for resource owners to participate in the Grid; and motivates the users to trade-off between deadline, budget, and the required level of quality of service. The thesis demonstrates the capability of economic-based systems for wide-area parallel and distributed computing by developing users’ quality-of-service requirements-based scheduling strategies, algorithms, and systems. It demonstrates their effectiveness by performing scheduling experiments on the World-Wide Grid for solving parameter sweep—task and data parallel—applications. This paper focuses on introduction, grid definition and its evolution. It covers about grid...
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