UNICORE Summit 2009

Scope and main topics

The goal of the UNICORE Summit is to bring together researchers and practitioners working with UNICORE in the areas of Grid and distributed computing, to exchange and share their experiences, new ideas, and latest research results on all aspects of UNICORE.

The main topics of the UNICORE Summit 2009 were:

  • Grid applications
  • End user experiences
  • Service-oriented designs adopting Grid and Web standards
  • Grid scheduling, resource management, and brokering
  • Theoretical models and algorithms
  • Reliability, fault-tolerance, and autonomy
  • Interoperability
  • Security
  • Performance evaluation
  • Architecture extensions and new components
  • Scientific and economic scenarios
  • Business models and service provisioning
  • Tools and environments for development, deployment, and configuration
  • Cloud and virtualisation
  • Data management, access, transfer, control and governance

Schedule and presentation slides

Tuesday, August 25, 2009
Achim Streit, Wolfgang Ziegler
Morris Riedel
Interoperability of Production e-Science Infrastructures - Taking Lessons Learned into Standardization
Anastasia Eifer, Alexander Beck-Ratzka, Andreas Schreiber, presenter: Tobias Schlauch
JavaGAT Adaptor for UNICORE 6 - Development and Evaluation in the Project AeroGrid
Krzysztof Benedyczak, Marcin Lewandowski, Piotr Bala
Towards a common authorization infrastructure for the Grid
Stefan Gudenkauf, Wilhelm Hasselbring, André Höing, Guido Scherp, Odej Kao
Using UNICORE and WS-BPEL for Scientific Workflow Execution in Grid Environments
Wasim Bari, Ahmed Shiraz Memon, Bernd Schuller
Enhancing UNICORE Storage Management using Hadoop Distributed File System
obias Schlauch, Anastasia Eifer, Thomas Soddemann, Andreas Schreiber
A Data Management System for UNICORE 6
Andrew Lukoshko, Andrei Sokol
UNICORE-related Projects for Deploying the Belarusian National Grid Network

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