De Alfonso Laguna, Carlos; Caballer Fernandez, Miguel; Hernandez Garcia, Vicente

DIDA, a Distributed Discovery Architecture for Grid Environments

Cracow 05 Grid Workshop

Abstract

The discovery of services is one of the main problems in the service
oriented architectures. This paper proposes a Distributed Discovery
Architecture (DIDA) for searching services in Grid environments. It has
been developed in the framework of an eGovernment project, but it can
be used in more generalist environments. The system is built up on the
Globus Toolkit 4 (GT4) Index Services (IS), using Federated Advanced
Directory Architecture (FADA) technology to link the diferent IS in
the system, thus avoiding cascade node organizations.
The architecture proposed is highly scalable, as any new IS can be
immediately integrated into the system by registering it into any of the
FADA nodes. On the other hand, any FADA node can be added to the
architecture by notifying its existence to any other FADA node. The
architecture also enables the mobility of services, as any of them may be
registered into any other IS, and thus being immediately discoverable.

  • ISBN: 83-915141-5-3
  • Fecha: 2006-04-01
  • Lugar: Cracow (Polonia)
  • Editorial: Druk i Oprawa EKODRUK
  • Páginas: 106-113
 

Cita:

De Alfonso Laguna, Carlos; Caballer Fernandez, Miguel; Hernandez Garcia, Vicente. DIDA, a Distributed Discovery Architecture for Grid Environments. In: Cracow 05 Grid Workshop Cracow (Polonia): Druk i Oprawa EKODRUK; 2006-04-01. 106-113.

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