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Subject: Re: [regrep] [Fwd: SemPGRID04: Call for Paper (DATE CORRECTIONS!)]

Regarding grid technologies: We should keep the Open Grid Services
Architecture (OGSA) and the Globus Alliance in mind [1].


The Open Grid Services Architecture (OGSA) represents an evolution
towards a grid system architecture based on Web Services concepts and
technologies. OGSA is built on a base infrastructure known as Open Grid
Services Infrastructure (OGSI). OGSI's "Grid Service Specification"
defines the standard interfaces and behaviors of a Grid service,
building on a Web Services base.

The Globus Alliance is a research and development project focused on
enabling the application of grid concepts to scientific and engineering
computing. Its major corporate partners currently include IBM and
Microsoft. Hewlett-Packard Company has announced plans to further enable
its enterprise infrastructure technologies for grid computing by
incorporating support for the Open Grid Services Architecture (OGSA) and
Globus Toolkit (an open source software toolkit for building grids) into
its product lines.


[1] http://www.globus.org/about/faq/general.html#globus

Carl Mattocks wrote:
> A first draft of regrep-scm ' Enabling Semantic Grid Computing with ebXML
> Registry '  design objectives.
> The  Semantic Content capabilities of the ebXMLRegistry   would allow the
> flexible, secure,  coordinated resource sharing among dynamic collections
> of individuals,   institutions,   and   resources,  enabling  virtual
> organizations.   Problems   encountered   include  authentication,
> authorization,    resource   access,   resource   discovery,   and
> interoperation  of  active services.
> Supported content includes  Web  Services since there  is  an  agreement
> that Web Services would benefit from  more  semantics
> Design objectives include but are not limited to, the following:
>     * Scalable infrastructures for service discovery in Grid
>       computing and P2P networks, e.g., based on reconfiguration
>       of the network with respect to shared interests or shared
>       ontologies
>     * Interoperation infrastructure for enabling heterogeneous
>       peers to exchange and translate information
>     * Emergent Semantics and incrementally learning and evolution
>       of ontologies in an P2P environment
>     * Metadata infrastructures for P2P and Grid computing
>     * Task ontologies and service composition languages
>     * Service Composition framework
>     * Data Integration of P2P and Grid applications
>     * Interaction of the Semantic Web and Grid Services
>     * Semantics-based routing
>     * Agent-Architectures based on P2P and Grid Computing
>       technology
> :-}
> Carl
> <quote who="Farrukh Najmi">
> > Carl Mattocks wrote:
> >
> >>I propose that the regrep-scm folk create a position paper stating that
> >>'Federated Registries enable the semantic backbone of a grid'
> >>
> >>
> > I know very littleabout grid computing right now but my gut instinct is
> > that ebXML Registry can play an important role as an enabling technology
> > even today. This assumes that grid computing needs distributed content
> > much like normal comuting needs a database. That need is well met by
> > ebXML Registry 3.0. With SCM we could take the idea further and bring
> > Semantic Web and Grid Computing closer.
> >
> > It sounds like a good idea to consider a paper: Enabling Semantic Grid
> > Computing with ebXML Registry
> >
> > as a deliverable of the SCM SC.
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