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The next-generation ARC middleware

Appleton, O.; Cameron, D.; Cernak, J.; Dobe, P.; Ellert, M.; Fragat, T.; Gronager, M.; Johansson, D.; Jönemo, Johan LU and Kleist, J., et al. (2010) In Annales des Télécommunications 65(11-12). p.771-776
Abstract
The Advanced Resource Connector (ARC) is a light-weight, non-intrusive, simple yet powerful Grid middleware capable of connecting highly heterogeneous computing and storage resources. ARC aims at providing general purpose, flexible, collaborative computing environments suitable for a range of uses, both in science and business. The server side offers the fundamental job execution management, information and data capabilities required for a Grid. Users are provided with an easy to install and use client which provides a basic toolbox for job- and data management. The KnowARC project developed the next-generation ARC middleware, implemented as Web Services with the aim of standard-compliant interoperability.
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Web service, Interoperability, Standardization, Middleware, Distributed computing, Grid
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  author       = {Appleton, O. and Cameron, D. and Cernak, J. and Dobe, P. and Ellert, M. and Fragat, T. and Gronager, M. and Johansson, D. and Jönemo, Johan and Kleist, J. and Kocan, M. and Konstantinov, A. and Konya, Balazs and Marton, I. and Mohn, B. and Moller, S. and Muller, H. and Nagy, Zs. and Nilsen, J. K. and Saada, F. Ould and Pajchel, Katarina and Qiang, W. and Read, A. and Rosendahl, P. and Roczei, G. and Savko, M. and Andersen, M. Skou and Smirnova, Oxana and Stefan, P. and Szalai, F. and Taga, A. and Toor, S. Z. and Waananen, A. and Zhou, X.},
  issn         = {1958-9395},
  keyword      = {Web service,Interoperability,Standardization,Middleware,Distributed computing,Grid},
  language     = {eng},
  number       = {11-12},
  pages        = {771--776},
  publisher    = {Springer},
  series       = {Annales des Télécommunications},
  title        = {The next-generation ARC middleware},
  url          = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s12243-010-0210-2},
  volume       = {65},
  year         = {2010},
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