Daonity - Grid Security From Two Levels of Virtualization

The service oriented architecture of grid computing has been thoughtfully engineered to achieve a service level virtualization: not only should a grid be a virtual machine (also known as a Virtual Organization, VO) of unbounded computational power and storage capacity, but also should the virtual machine be serviceable in all circumstances independent from serviceability of any of its component. At present, a grid VO as a result of service level virtualization only is more or less confined to participants from scientific computing communities, i.e., can have a limited scale.

Provided by: Reed Business Information Topic: Data Centers Date Added: Oct 2007 Format: PDF

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