ClusterWorld "On the Grid" Columns

From December 2003 through the end of the magazine's life in May 2005, members of the Globus Alliance submitted articles for ClusterWorld's On the Grid column. These articles, sponsored by the NSF Middleware Initiative (NMI), covered Grid issues of interest to owners and users of cluster computing systems.

Publication Date Title Author(s)
December 2003 Globus: An Infrastructure for Resource Sharing Tom Garritano
January 2004 The Grid Ian Foster
January 2004 Security and Credential Management on the Grid Sam Lang and Sam Meder
February 2004 So You Want to Set Up a Grid Jennifer M. Schopf and Keith R. Jackson
March 2004 Using the Globus Toolkit with Firewalls Olle Mulmo and Von Welch
April 2004 Standardizing the Grid Lee Liming, Tom Garritano, Steve Tuecke
May 2004 The Globus™ eXtensible Input/Output (XIO) System William Allcock and John Bresnahan
June 2004 Testing in the Grid Environment Charles A. Bacon
July 2004 Grid Packaging Software Scott Gose
August 2004 Monitoring Clusters and Grids Jennifer M. Schopf and Ben Clifford
September 2004 Maximizing Your Globus Toolkit™ GridFTP Server William Allcock and John Bresnahan
October 2004 Programming with the GridFTP Client Library William Allcock
November 2004 MPICH-G2: An MPI for Grids Nicholas T. Karonis
December 2004 Is the Grid Delivering for Business? Mark Parsons and Paul Graham
January 2005 Lessons Learned from Grid Deployment Lee Liming
February 2005 MDS: The Gobus Monitoring and Discovery System Ben Clifford
March 2005 Web Services and the Grid Lee Liming
April 2005 The Globus® Toolkit Replica Location Service Ann L. Chervenak

The following articles were submitted but did not appear in ClusterWorld.

May 2005 GT4: What's In It For You? Lee Liming and Ian Foster
June 2005 Prototyping Simple Access to Visualization Resources Joseph A. Insley and Michael E. Papka
July 2005 Large-scale Data Replication for LIGO Lee Liming