lect12-grids

lect12-grids - Notes CMSC 714 Lecture 12 Grids Group...

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CMSC 714 Lecture 12 Grids Alan Sussman 2 CMSC 714 - Alan Sussman Notes ! Group project proposals due next Wed. ! MPI project grades emailed – still working on OpenMP project grading 3 Computational Grids ! Infrastructure for dependable, consistent, pervasive access to high-end compute resources ! Why? – Increased compute power to users – Demand-driven access to compute power – Utilize idle capacity (desktop grids) – Sharing of computational results (data grids) ! Application areas – Distributed supercomputing – to aggregate compute power – High throughput – desktop grids, volunteer computing – On-demand computing – remote servers, instruments, etc. – Data intensive computing – LHC, SDSS, remote sensing ! Grid users – Infrastructure developers – Tool developers – Application developers – various programming models – End users of grid-enabled applications – System administrators – across admin domains CMSC 714 - Alan Sussman 4 Grids (cont.) ! Grid architecture
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This note was uploaded on 01/12/2012 for the course CMSC 714 taught by Professor Staff during the Fall '07 term at Maryland.

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