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Grid Resources for Industrial Applications

Grid Resources for Industrial Applications
Grid Resources for Industrial Applications
We introduce Grid Resources for Industrial Applications (GRIA), a project that aims to enable commercial use of the Grid. GRIA enables service providers to rent out spare CPU cycles, and clients to hire those CPU cycles. Web services play a key role in the architecture of GRIA, chiefly through their interoperability and security features - they provide a well-defined means of limiting clients’ access to discrete operations, thus allowing clients to do “work” on a remote application server without giving them full shell access to the server. In this paper, we focus on requirements, business processes and security, and interoperability and standardisation issues raised by this work. We also describe some of the lessons learned through experience of designing, implementing and deploying a prototype system, GRIA v1.
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Surridge, M
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Taylor, S J
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Marvin, D J
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Surridge, M
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Surridge, M, Taylor, S J and Marvin, D J (2004) Grid Resources for Industrial Applications. 2004 IEEE International Conference on Web Services, San Diego,, United States. 05 - 08 Jul 2004. pp. 402-409 .

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Abstract

We introduce Grid Resources for Industrial Applications (GRIA), a project that aims to enable commercial use of the Grid. GRIA enables service providers to rent out spare CPU cycles, and clients to hire those CPU cycles. Web services play a key role in the architecture of GRIA, chiefly through their interoperability and security features - they provide a well-defined means of limiting clients’ access to discrete operations, thus allowing clients to do “work” on a remote application server without giving them full shell access to the server. In this paper, we focus on requirements, business processes and security, and interoperability and standardisation issues raised by this work. We also describe some of the lessons learned through experience of designing, implementing and deploying a prototype system, GRIA v1.

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Published date: 2004
Additional Information: Event Dates: 6-9 July 2004
Venue - Dates: 2004 IEEE International Conference on Web Services, San Diego,, United States, 2004-07-05 - 2004-07-08
Organisations: Electronics & Computer Science, IT Innovation

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Local EPrints ID: 260263
URI: http://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/260263
PURE UUID: 916089fd-b4d6-4c64-900b-32432b3c7e46
ORCID for S J Taylor: ORCID iD orcid.org/0000-0002-9937-1762

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Date deposited: 20 Jan 2005
Last modified: 18 Feb 2021 16:51

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Author: M Surridge
Author: S J Taylor ORCID iD
Author: D J Marvin

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