When grid is effective: narrow pipes, huge skulls

It’s like Jim says: “The ideal mobile task is stateless (needs no database or database access), has a tiny network input and output, and has huge computational demand”. That’s why SETI@home was such a good idea. However, I believe that the new NASA stunt is even more interesting. Check it out here, but in short…

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OGSI.NET

In my periodical running of the query http://www.google.com/search?hl=en&lr=&ie=UTF-8&oe=UTF-8&q=grid+computing+%22.net%22+ogsa there’s a new result worth noticing: there is a Tech Preview of an OGSI.NET hosting environment that supercedes a previous HTTPG implementation. And guess what? It leverages WSE for security 🙂

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