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Grid computing /

by Joseph, Joshy [aut]; Fellenstein, Craig [aut].
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookSeries: On demand seriesIBM Press series--information management: Publisher: Upper Saddle River, N.J. : Prentice Hall Professional Technical Reference, c2004Description: xxii, 378 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.ISBN: 0131456601.Subject(s): Computational grids (Computer systems)
Contents:
IT infrastructure evolution -- Productivity paradox and information technology -- Business value of grid computing -- Computing technology- an overview -- Desktop grids -- Cluster grids -- HPC grids -- Data grids -- The open grid services architecture -- Creating and managing grid services -- Desktop supercomputing : native programming for grids -- Grid-enabling software applications -- Application integration -- Grid-enabling network services -- Managing grid environments -- Grid computing adoption in research and industry -- Grids in life sciences -- Grids in the telecommunications sector -- Grids in other industries -- Hive computing for transaction processing grids.
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Includes bibliographical references (p. 367) and index.

IT infrastructure evolution -- Productivity paradox and information technology -- Business value of grid computing -- Computing technology- an overview -- Desktop grids -- Cluster grids -- HPC grids -- Data grids -- The open grid services architecture -- Creating and managing grid services -- Desktop supercomputing : native programming for grids -- Grid-enabling software applications -- Application integration -- Grid-enabling network services -- Managing grid environments -- Grid computing adoption in research and industry -- Grids in life sciences -- Grids in the telecommunications sector -- Grids in other industries -- Hive computing for transaction processing grids.