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Business collaborations in Grids: The BREIN Architectural Principals and VO Model

Business collaborations in Grids: The BREIN Architectural Principals and VO Model
Business collaborations in Grids: The BREIN Architectural Principals and VO Model
We describe the business-oriented architectural principles of the EC FP7 project "BREIN" for service-based computing. The architecture is founded on principles of how real businesses interact to mutual benefit, and we show how these can be applied to SOA and Grid computing. We present building blocks that can be composed in many ways to produce different value systems and supply chains for the provision of computing services over the Internet. We also introduce the complementary BREIN VO concept, which is centric to, and managed by, a main contractor who bears the responsibility for the whole VO. The BREIN VO has an execution lifecycle for the creation and operation of the VO, and we have related this to an application-focused workflow involving steps that provide real end-user value. We show how this can be applied to an engineering simulation application and how the workflow can be adapted should the need arise
171-181
Springer, Heidelberg
Taylor, Stephen
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Surridge, Michael
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Laria, Giuseppe
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Ritrovato, Pierluigi
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Schubert, Lutz
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Buyya, Rajkumar
Rana, Omer F.
Taylor, Stephen
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Surridge, Michael
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Laria, Giuseppe
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Ritrovato, Pierluigi
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Schubert, Lutz
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Buyya, Rajkumar
Rana, Omer F.

Taylor, Stephen, Surridge, Michael, Laria, Giuseppe, Ritrovato, Pierluigi and Schubert, Lutz (2009) Business collaborations in Grids: The BREIN Architectural Principals and VO Model. Buyya, Rajkumar and Rana, Omer F. (eds.) In Grid Economics and Business Models: 6th International Workshop, GECON 2009, Delft, The Netherlands, August 24, 2009, Proceedings. Springer, Heidelberg. pp. 171-181 . (doi:10.1007/978-3-642-03864-8_14).

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Abstract

We describe the business-oriented architectural principles of the EC FP7 project "BREIN" for service-based computing. The architecture is founded on principles of how real businesses interact to mutual benefit, and we show how these can be applied to SOA and Grid computing. We present building blocks that can be composed in many ways to produce different value systems and supply chains for the provision of computing services over the Internet. We also introduce the complementary BREIN VO concept, which is centric to, and managed by, a main contractor who bears the responsibility for the whole VO. The BREIN VO has an execution lifecycle for the creation and operation of the VO, and we have related this to an application-focused workflow involving steps that provide real end-user value. We show how this can be applied to an engineering simulation application and how the workflow can be adapted should the need arise

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Published date: 24 August 2009

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URI: https://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/415065
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