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Issue No.02 - March/April (2008 vol.12)
pp: 20-28
Massimo Coppola , Institute of Information Science and Technologies
Yvon J?gou , INRIA-Rennes Bretagne Atlantique
Brian Matthews , Science and Technology Facilities Council
Christine Morin , INRIA Rennes Bretagne Atlantique
Luis Pablo Prieto , Telef?nica I+D
Óscar David S?nchez , INRIA-Rennes Bretagne Atlantique
Erica Y. Yang , Science and Technology Facilities Council
Haiyan Yu , Chinese Academy of Sciences
ABSTRACT
Despite grids' popularity, virtual organizations (VOs) have yet to become a commodity technology in modern computing environments due to the complexity of managing them and difficulty of assuring user and VO isolation. Here, the authors describe the VO management approach taken by XtreemOS, a new grid operating system with native support for VOs that supports a wide range of computing resources, from clusters to mobiles. They also discuss the requirements for the VO model and management within XtreemOS and introduce an expandable VO model and a system architecture that supports it.
INDEX TERMS
virtual organizations, virtual organization management, grid computing
CITATION
Massimo Coppola, Yvon J?gou, Brian Matthews, Christine Morin, Luis Pablo Prieto, Óscar David S?nchez, Erica Y. Yang, Haiyan Yu, "Virtual Organization Support within a Grid-Wide Operating System", IEEE Internet Computing, vol.12, no. 2, pp. 20-28, March/April 2008, doi:10.1109/MIC.2008.47
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