Advances in Grid and Pervasive Computing: 4th International by Marcel Risch, Jörn Altmann (auth.), Nabil Abdennadher, Dana

By Marcel Risch, Jörn Altmann (auth.), Nabil Abdennadher, Dana Petcu (eds.)

This e-book constitutes the refereed lawsuits of the 4th overseas convention on Grid and Pervasive Computing, GPC 2009, held in Geneva, Switzerland, in may perhaps 2009.

The forty two revised complete papers provided have been rigorously reviewed and chosen from 112 submissions. The papers are prepared in topical sections on grid financial system, grid defense, grid purposes, middleware, scheduling, load balancing, pervasive computing, sensor networks, peer-to peer in addition to fault tolerance.

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55–64 (2008) 13. : Eliciting Honest Value Info. in a Batch-Queue Environment. In: The 8th IEEE/ACM Intl. Conf. on Grid Computing, Austin, Texas, USA, September 1921, pp. 291–297 (2007) 14. : A highly available job execution service in computational service market. In: The 8th IEEE/ACM IntI Conf. on Grid Computing, Austin, Texas, USA, September 1921, pp. 275–282 (2007) 15. : Market-based grid resource allocation using a stable continuous double auction. In: The 8th IEEE/ACM Intl. Conf. on Grid Computing, Austin, Texas, USA, September 1921, pp.

For example, in gLite, the data files should be Dynamic and Secure Data Access Extensions of Grid Boundaries 41 transferred from the User Interface (UI-the entry point to the grid) into the file systems accessible by the Execution Nodes before execution starts; and 2. g. in the Storage Elements). In this case she/he has to specify the access through special instructions (such as GridFTP) from her/his application and, if it is necessary, to manually manage the replicas. We present mechanisms for incorporating external data sources into the grid during the execution of a Java application.

In this paper, we propose mechanisms that extend the VOWS by securely integrating data located on the client local file system or external repositories. The main advantages of the proposed extensions are: i) preserve the privacy and other security grid standards; ii) eliminate the necessity of explicitly uploading the data files to the grid, which helps to meet the grid goal of achieving seamless access to distributed resources; iii) eliminate the necessity of specifying location dependent file accesses into the application, thus, the programs designed for local file system access do not have to be modified for grid execution; they are programmed as if all accesses were local, regardless of location, in a secure way; and iv) Users have better control over their data, even private ones.

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