[gridrel-rg] Meeting of the Reliability and Robustness Research Group at OGF21
hiltunen at research.att.com
Thu Nov 1 13:54:26 CDT 2007
Here are some papers on the analysis of grid reliability:
*Y.S. Dai* and M. Xie, “Hierarchical Markov Reward Model for
Availability Analysis and Optimization of the Grid Computing System”,
/Fourth International Conference on Mathematical Methods in Reliability
(MMR04)/, June 21-25, 2004, Santa Fe, USA.
Y.S. Dai, M. Xie and K.L. Poh, “A Fast Algorithm for Grid System
Reliability”, / Regional Inter-University Electrical & Electronic
Engineering Conference/ / 2003 /(/RIUPEEEC 2003/), Hong Kong.
Y.S. Dai, M. Xie, K.L. Poh,* “*Reliability Analysis of Grid Computing
Systems”,/ 2002 Pacific Rim International Symposium on Dependable
Computing/ (/PRDC2002/)/,/ IEEE Computer Press, pp. 97-103,/ /2002, Japan.
Christopher Dabrowski wrote:
> Dear all,
> On October 17, there was a meeting of the Reliability and Robustness
> Group at OGF21. At this meeting we reviewed the draft OGF informational
> document titled *Reliability in Grid Computing Systems, *which is
> intended to be
> the primary output of the RG. The draft summarizes the state of
> current work on
> Grid system reliability and describes requirements for capabilities
> needed to ensure
> high levels of reliability in current and future large-scale grid
> systems. The draft is
> based on work presented at two earlier workshops (GGF16 in Athens and
> OGF19 in
> Chapel Hill) and includes a substantial amount of additional work that
> many of us have
> identified as being relevant.
> At this point, the informational document is scheduled for
> finalization by February of
> next year. A shorter version of the document is planned for submission
> to a special issue
> of a journal publication dedicated to OGF work--by the end of this
> year. Since the time frame
> is short, we request that you provide comments/review of the posted
> draft informational
> document by November 2. (To obtain a copy, please see below).
> At the meeting, different sections of the document were discussed.
> Matti Hiltunen
> volunteered to propose revisions to the deflations section and
> possibly portions of the
> introduction. Dominic Battre also agreed to provide a relevant
> reference for the document,
> which he has kindly provided. If anyone else has comments and/or
> contributions, they
> would be most welcome.
> The draft and copy of a powerpoint presentation given at the meeting
> are posted on the
> RG grid forge web site* or can be obtained upon request.
> Chris Dabrowski.
> *Please see https://forge.gridforum.org/sf/projects/gridrel-
> <https://forge.gridforum.org/sf/projects/gridrel-rg>. For the draft
> informational document,
> go to section labeled "documents". For the presentation go to "Meeting
> Christopher Dabrowski
> National Institute of Standards and Technology
> 100 Bureau Drive, Stop 8970
> Gaithersburg, MD 20899-8970
> Phone: +1 301 975-3249
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