Many applications follow the distributed computing paradigm, in which parts of the application are executed on different network-interconnected computers. The extension of these applications in terms of number of users or size has led to an unprecedented increase in the scale of the infrastructure that supports them. Large-Scale Distributed Computing and Applications: Models and Trends offers a coherent and realistic image of today's research results in large scale distributed systems, explains state-of-the-art technological solutions for the main issues regarding large scale distributed systems, and presents the benefits of using large scale distributed systems and the development process of scientific and commercial distributed applications.Observing that flooding the network with monitoring updates is clearly not scalable, the authors propose a scalable indexing mechanism: Content ... Having independent threads per client allows sending the information they need, fast, in a reliable way and not affected by ... for data representation while MonALISA a proprietary regular expression predicate) the core of the dissemination engine rests theanbsp;...
|Title||:||Large-Scale Distributed Computing and Applications: Models and Trends|
|Publisher||:||IGI Global - 2010-05-31|