A Networking Approach to Grid Computing

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Wiley, Dec 3, 2004 - Technology & Engineering - 300 pages
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  • Explores practical advantages of Grid Computing and what is needed by an organization to migrate to this new computing paradigm
  • This self-contained reference makes both the concepts and applications of grid computing clear and understandable to even non-technical managers
  • Explains the underlying networking mechanism and answers such questions critical to the business enterprise as
    • "What is grid computing?"
    • "How widespread is its present/potential penetration?"
    • "Is it ready for prime time?"
    • "Are there firm standards?"
    • "Is it secure?"
    • "How do we bill this new product?" and
    • "How can we deploy it (at a macro level)?"

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About the author (2004)

DANIEL MINOLI has many years of IT, telecom, and networking experience for end users and carriers including work at AIG, ARPA think tanks, Bell Telephone Laboratories, ITT, Prudential Securities, Bell Communications Research (Bellcore/Telcordia), AT&T, Gartner/DataPro, and high-tech incubator Leading Edge Networks Inc. He is the author of several books on Information Technology, telecommunications, and data communications, and has taught at New York University, Rutgers University, Stevens Institute of Technology, Carnegie Mellon University, and Monmouth University.

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