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Grid'5000: a large scale and highly reconfigurable experimental Grid testbed.

Author: R. Bolze, F. Cappello, E. Caron, M. Daydé, F. Desprez, E. Jeannot, Y. Jégou, S. Lantéri, J. Leduc, N. Melab, G. Mornet,R. Namyst, P. Primet, B. Quetier, O. Richard, E-G. Talbi and I. Touche
EntryType: article
Journal: International Journal of High Performance Computing Applications
Year: 2006
Volume: 20
Pages: 481-494
Number: 4
Month:
Abstract: Large scale distributed systems like Grids are difficult to study only from theoretical models and simulators. Most Grids deployed at large scale are production platforms that are inappropriate research tools because of their limited reconfiguration, control and monitoring capabilities. In this paper, we present Grid?5000, a 5000 CPUs nation-wide infrastructure for research in Grid computing. Grid?5000 is designed to provide a scientific tool for computer scientists similar to the large-scale instruments used by physicists, astronomers, and biologists. We describe themotivations, design considerations, architecture, control, and monitoring infrastructure of this experimental platform. We present configuration examples and performance results for the reconfiguration subsystem.
Keywords: Grid'5000

Bibtex:
@ARTICLE{G5K06,
  author = {R. Bolze, F. Cappello, E. Caron, M. Daydé, F. Desprez, E. Jeannot, Y. Jégou, S. Lantéri, J. Leduc, N. Melab, G. Mornet,R. Namyst, P. Primet, B. Quetier, O. Richard, E-G. Talbi and I. Touche},
  title = {Grid'5000: a large scale and highly reconfigurable experimental Grid testbed.},
  journal = {International Journal of High Performance Computing Applications},
  year = {2006},
  volume = {20},
  pages = {481-494},
  number = {4},
  month = nov,
  abstract = {Large scale distributed systems like Grids are difficult to study only from theoretical models and simulators. Most Grids deployed at large scale are production platforms that are inappropriate research tools because of their limited reconfiguration, control and monitoring capabilities. In this paper, we present Grid?5000, a 5000 CPUs nation-wide infrastructure for research in Grid computing. Grid?5000 is designed to provide a scientific tool for computer scientists similar to the large-scale instruments used by physicists, astronomers, and biologists. We describe themotivations, design considerations, architecture, control, and monitoring infrastructure of this experimental platform. We present configuration examples and performance results for the reconfiguration subsystem.},
  keywords = {Grid'5000}
}

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Shared by: Raphael Bolze, Eddy Caron, Michel Dayde, Emmanuel Jeannot, Yvon Jegou, Julien Leduc, Nouredine Melab, Guillaume Mornet, Pascale Primet, Benjamin Quetier, Olivier Richard, Iréa Touche
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