Gerben Venekamp

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R. Alfieri, R. Cecchini, V. Ciaschini, L. dell’Agnello , A. Gianoli, F. Spataro INFN, Italy F. Bonnassieux CNRS, France P. Broadfoot, G. Lowe University of Oxford, United Kingdom L. Cornwall, J. Jensen, D. Kelsey CCLRC/Rutherford Appleton Laboratory, United Kingdom Á. Frohner CERN D.L. Groep, W. Som de Cerff, M. Steenbakkers, G. Venekamp NIKHEF, The(More)
Response of demand, distributed generation and electricity storage (e.g. vehicle to grid) will be crucial for power systems management in the future smart electricity grid. In this paper, we describe a smart grid technology that integrates demand and supply flexibility in the operation of the electricity system through the use of dynamic pricing. Over the(More)
We present a framework for the co-ordinated, autonomic management of multiple clusters in a compute center and their integration into a Grid environment. Site autonomy and the automation of administrative tasks are prime aspects in this framework. The system behavior is continuously monitored in a steering cycle and appropriate actions are taken to resolve(More)
The Grid security mechanisms were designed under the assumption that users would submit their jobs directly to the Grid gatekeepers. Many groups are however starting to use pilot-based infrastructures, where users submit jobs to a centralized queue and are successively transferred to the Grid resources by the pilot infrastructure. While this approach(More)
The grid infrastructure has emerged as a technology supporting long-term collaboration utilizing shared resources spread across multiple administrative domains. However, for a transient community that is interested only in short-term or one-time collaborations the establishment of a traditional grid environment can become too cumbersome. The ad hoc grid(More)
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