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ALSO CALLED: Computational Grids, Cluster Computing, Grid Control
DEFINITION: Open Grid Services Architecture (OGSA) is a set of standards defining the way in which information is shared among diverse components of large, heterogeneous grid systems. In this context, a grid system is a scalable wide area network (WAN) that supports resource sharing and distribution. OGSA is a trademark of the Open Grid Forum.OGSA definitions and criteria apply to hardware, platforms and software  … 
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Virtualization and Resource Utilization: Saving You Effort, Time and Money
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PRESENTATION: In this presentation from Data Center Decisions 2006, Andrew Kutz, Operating Systems Specialist, University of Texas, shows how to maximize resource utilization using VMware's Virtual Infrastructure 3 (VI3) and demystifies some of i...
Posted: 31 Oct 2006 | Published: 31 Oct 2006

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The High Performance Data Center: The Role of Ethernet in Consolidation and Virtualization
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WHITE PAPER: This white paper explores the technologies needed to ensure your business is prepared to meet the new challenges and opportunities of today's high performance data center as well as the benefits of Ethernet as the foundation for the virtual data center.
Posted: 04 Oct 2005 | Published: 01 Oct 2005

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GRID COMPUTING DEFINITION (continued): …  in standards-based grid computing. The OGSA is, in effect, an extension and refinement of the service-oriented architecture (SOA). The OGSA addresses ongoing issues and challenges such as authentication, authorization, policy negotiation and enforcement, administration of service-level agreements, management of virtual organizations and customer data integration. For a Web service to be considered a grid service, it must allow clients to easily discover, update, modify and delete information about the service's state, define how the service evolves and ensure ongoing compatibility with other services. … 
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