The 17th Annual International Conference on Computer Science and Software Engineering (CASCON 2007), October 22-25, 2007, Toronto Ontario, Canada
With the support of user configurable high speed networks, the emerging e-Infrastructure allow seamless sharing of expensive scientific resources. These resources are often running on a variety of platforms, have different bandwidth and QoS requirements, require specific configuration by technical experts, and in most cases cannot be accessed through a single point of entry. To address these issues, we propose an extensible, reliable, and simple software architecture to share the applications and resources over hybrid networks, and hide the tools' logistical and provisioning complexities.
The 17th Annual International Conference on Computer Science and Software Engineering (CASCON 2007) [Proceedings].