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An introduction to Grid Computing, an strategy central to IBM's plans to help organizations succeed through better sharing of resources.
The first look from IBM at a topic of great importance to Big Blue and its business partners
Case studies demonstrate how organizations have succeeded with Grid Computing across a variety of industries
Significant co-marketing opportunities with IBM
The purpose of this book will be to describe several interesting and unique aspects of this exciting new topic. Grid Computing is a type of parallel and distributed system set-up that enables and
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An introduction to Grid Computing, an strategy central to IBM's plans to help organizations succeed through better sharing of resources.

The first look from IBM at a topic of great importance to Big Blue and its business partners

Case studies demonstrate how organizations have succeeded with Grid Computing across a variety of industries

Significant co-marketing opportunities with IBM

The purpose of this book will be to describe several interesting and unique aspects of this exciting new topic. Grid Computing is a type of parallel and distributed system set-up that enables and encourages the sharing of geographically dispersed resources. In many ways, it represents the convergence of supercomputing and web services. The book highlights many achievements in this innovative computer science field, and it is intended to be of value to a wide spectrum of readers around the world regardless. IBM is rapidly establishing itself as the global leader in the topic of Grid Computing. This book not only address IBM's leadership progress in the field, but other global enterprise initiatives, specific areas of interests, synergies between many enterprise partners in this field, and current/future deliveries in the field of Grid Computing. Today, there is no other book like this one that explains the promise and IBM's plans for this important initiative. Product Description
According to John Patrick, IBM's vice-president for Internet strategies, thenext big thing will be grid computing.The purpose of this book will be to describe several interesting and uniqueaspects of this exciting new topic. Grid Computing is a type of parallel anddistributed system set-up that enables and encourages the sharing ofgeographically dispersed resources. In many ways, it represents theconvergence of supercomputing and web services. The book highlights manyachievements in this innovative computer science field, and it is intended to beof value to a wide spectrum of readers around the world regardless. IBM israpidly establishing itself as the global leader in the topic of Grid Computing.This book not only address IBM's leadership progress in the field, but otherglobal enterprise initiatives, specific areas of interests, synergies between manyenterprise partners in this field, and current/future deliveries in the field ofGrid Computing. Today, there is no other book like this one that explains thepromise and IBM's plans for this important initiative.

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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

IBM Business On Demand Series: Your business blueprint for leveraging the grid computing revolution. 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...and that will transform the way you do business. Grid 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.

Preface.

Acknowledgments.

I: GRID COMPUTING.

1. Introduction.

II: GRID COMPUTING WORLDWIDE INITIATIVES.

2. Grid Computing Organizations and Their Roles.

3. The Grid Computing Anatomy.

4. The Grid Computing Road Map.

III: THE NEW GENERATION OF GRID COMPUTING APPLICATIONS.

5. Merging the Grid Services Architecture with the Web Services Architecture.

IV: THE GRID COMPUTING TECHNOLOGICAL VIEWPOINTS.

6. Open Grid Services Architecture (OGSA).

7. Some Sample Use Cases that Drive the OGSA.

8. The OGSA Platform Components.

9. Open Grid Services Infrastructure (OGSI).

10. OGSA Basic Services.

V: THE GRID COMPUTING TOOLKITS.

11. GLOBUS GT3 Toolkit: Architecture.

12. GLOBUS GT3 Toolkit: Programming Model.

13. GLOBUS GT3 Toolkit: A Sample Implementation.

14. GLOBUS GT3 Toolkit: High-Level Services.

15. OGSI.NET Middleware Solutions.

Glossary.

References.

Index.
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 IBM Business On Demand Series: Your business blueprint for leveraging the grid computing revolution. 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...and that will transform the way you do business. Grid 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.
  • Produktdetails
  • IBM Press
  • Verlag: Pearson Education
  • Seitenzahl: 400
  • Erscheinungstermin: Dezember 2003
  • Englisch
  • Abmessung: 234mm x 178mm x 28mm
  • Gewicht: 755g
  • ISBN-13: 9780131456600
  • ISBN-10: 0131456601
  • Artikelnr.: 12544668