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Deploying Fault Tolerance and Task Migration with NetSolve
James S. Plank, Henri Cassanova, Micah Beck, Jack Dongarra

Future Generation Computer Systems, Volume 15, Number 5-6, October, 1999, pp. 745-755.

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Abstract:
Computational power grids are computing environments with massive resources for processing and storage. While these resources may be pervasive, harnessing them is a major challenge for the average user. NetSolve is a software environment that addresses this concern. A fundamental feature of NetSolve is its integration of fault-tolerance and task migration in a way that is transparent to the end user. In this paper, we discuss how NetSolve's structure allows for the seamless integration of fault-tolerance and migration in grid applications, and present the specific approaches that have been and are currently being implemented within NetSolve.

Citation Info:

Authors: James S. Plank, Henri Cassanova, Micah Beck, Jack Dongarra
Title: Deploying Fault Tolerance and Task Migration with NetSolve
Journal/Book: Future Generation Computer Systems
Issue: Volume 15, Number 5-6
Year: 1999
Month: October
Pages: pp. 745-755
Where: http://loci.eecs.utk.edu/publications/1999_Fault_Tolerance_and_Task_Migration.php
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