This chapter describes the Open Grid Services Architecture (OGSA)—the standards-based Grid computing framework. It introduces the service-oriented. A decade after taking its first steps as a research project, grid computing is on the road to “pervasive adoption” across all types of organization, from the campus. Web services technologies, using the Open Grid Ser- vices Architecture. OGSA enables the integration of services and resources across distributed, heteroge-.
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Globus: OGSA - The Open Grid Services Architecture
Description[ edit ] OGSA is a distributed interaction and computing architecture based around services, assuring interoperability on heterogeneous systems so that different types open grid services architecture resources can communicate and share information.
Like other specifications, what OGSA provides is a blueprint for what Web services open grid services architecture support in order to be considered grid compliant, being at such a high-level, that it is built on top of other specs.
However, just like other initiatives in the tech sector, the development and support for OGSI was eclipsed by similar specifications that gained greater traction in the overall Web services landscape: As mentioned previously, the Globus toolkit is among the most mature in terms of OGSA compliance, so it would only be natural to continue our OGSA discussion on this software.
The goal is to optimize communication and interoperability among resources of all types.
OGSA has been described as a refinement of a Web services architecture, specifically designed to support grid requirements. We'll take a closer look at the GT3 architecture shortly.
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