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Grid Computing Table of Contents. What is the Importance of this Book? Acknowledgments Part 1: Grid Computing Chapter 1. An Overview of Grid Business Areas. Grid Applications Grid Infrastructure. Chapter 3. Chapter 4. Service-Oriented Architecture and Grid.
Semantic Grids. Web Service Architecture. Chapter 7. Chapter 8. Summary Chapter 9. Grid Services. Chapter Service Domains. Service Programming Model Summary Chapter Resource Discovery and Monitoring Resource Allocation.
Grid Computing. By Joshy Joseph , Craig Fellenstein. A business-focused guide to the grid computing revolution. Best practices, case studies, and resources from IBM's experts. Drive unprecedented value from your existing IT investments. Simplify IT administration in heterogeneous environments. Build flexible, resilient infrastructures that deliver resources instantly. When you turn on the light, the power grid delivers exactly what you need, instantly.
What if computers and networks could work that way? Now they can. Computing is about the "Business on Demand" revolution: delivering the exact technology resources you need, anywhere, anytime, without complexity or high cost. You can do it all, starting right now, starting with your existing systems.
Whether you're an executive, strategist, architect, technologist, or developer, this book will show you how. Master the fundamental concepts underlying grid and utility computing.
Learn how to start and which applications to start with. Understand the state-of-the-art in technologies and standards. Use grid computing to maximize the value of existing resources. Build more flexible, resilient, and available operational infrastructures. Deliver instantaneous access to data and resources on a "sense and respond" basis. Eliminate the burden of administering disparate, non-integrated systems. In Grid Computing , leading IBM experts bring together best deployment practices, practical guidance on integrating existing resources, and up- to-the-minute case studies: all you need to drive business value from the grid computing revolution.
On Demand Computing Books. DB2 Books. How this Book is organized. Part 1: Grid Computing. Chapter 1. Early Grid Activities. Current Grid Activities. Grid Applications. Grid Infrastructure. Part 2: Grid Computing Worldwide Initiatives. Chapter 2. Grid Computing Organizations and Their Roles. The Grid Computing Anatomy. The Grid Problem. The Grid Computing Road Map.
Autonomic Computing. Chapter 9. Part 5: The Grid Computing Toolkits. All rights reserved. Note to U. Cover design director: Jerry Votta. Cover design: IBM Corporation. Manufacturing manager: Alexis Heydt-Long. Publisher: Jeffrey Pepper. Editorial assistant: Linda Ramagnano. Marketing manager: Robin O'Brien. Published by Pearson Education, Inc. Upper Saddle River, NJ Prentice Hall PTR offers excellent discounts on this book when ordered in quantity for bulk purchases or special sales.
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Printed in the United States of America. First Printing. Pearson Education LTD. Pearson Education North Asia Ltd. Pearson Education Canada, Ltd. Pearson Education Malaysia, Pte. On Demand Computing Fellenstein. Grid Computing Joseph and Fellenstein. Autonomic Computing Murch. Business Intelligence for the Enterprise Biere. DB2 Universal Database v8. DB2 Universal Database v7. The Grid Computing discipline involves the actual networking services and connections of a potentially unlimited number of ubiquitous computing devices within a "grid.
This delivery of utility- based power has become second nature to many of us, worldwide. We know that by simply walking into a room and turning on the lights, the power will be directed to the proper devices of our choice at that moment in time on demand. In this same utility fashion, Grid Computing openly seeks, and is capable of, adding an infinite number of computing devices into any grid environment, adding to the computing capability and problem resolution tasks within the operational grid environment, and at the exact time it is needed on demand.
The last few years we have witnessed the emergence of Grid Computing as an innovative extension to distributed computing technology, for computing resource sharing among participants in a virtualized collection of organizations.
These resources can include all elements of computing, including: Hardware, software, applications, networking services, pervasive devices, and complex footprints of computing power. Grid Computing is one technology enabler for some of the most innovative and powerful emerging industrial solution approaches, including the IBM On Demand strategies, [ 1 ] HP utility computing, [ 2 ] and Sun N1 technologies.
The emergence of open standards has a great influence on this computing technology, especially in providing seamless Grid interoperability and Grid integration facilities. We could find that technologies of Grid Computing are still evolving; however, the alignment with industry-wide open standards, and the commercial interests, quickly placed this technology into a forerunning state for infrastructure and technology development.
Until today, most of the work in Grid Computing has been concentrated at the academic, and standards level discussion and building custom solutions. However, the emergence of commercial utility services and the requirement for alignment with the rest of the organizational computing infrastructures hasten the development of open standards and interoperable commercial Grid solutions.
This book is a detailed discussion on all aspects of Grid Computing, technology, applications, disciplines, and infrastructures. In this book we provide full treatment to covering the evolution of Grid Computing, existing Grid infrastructure components, emerging Grid service standards, and Grid architectures.
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Grid Computing Table of Contents. What is the Importance of this Book? Acknowledgments Part 1: Grid Computing Chapter 1. An Overview of Grid Business Areas. Grid Applications Grid Infrastructure. Chapter 3. Chapter 4.