“AGrid is a collection of distributed computing resources available over a local or wide area network that appears to an end user or application as one large virtual computing system. The vision is to create virtual dynamic organizations through secure, coordinated resource sharing among individuals, institutions, and resources. Grid computing is an approach to distributed computing that spans not only locations, but also organizations, machine architectures, and software boundaries to provide unlimited power, collaboration, and information access to everyone connected to a Grid.”
KeywordsBusiness Process Grid Computing Grid Service Business Process Execution Language Grid Solution
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