GEMLCA: Running Legacy Code Applications as Grid Services
- T. Delaitre, T. Kiss, A. Goyeneche, G. Terstyánszky, S. Winter, P. Kacsuk
- Computer ScienceJournal of Grid Computing
- 19 October 2005
The paper introduces the GEMLCA concept, its life cycle, design and implementation, and presents as an example a legacy simulation code that has been successfully transformed into a Grid service using GEM LCA.
Software Engineering for Parallel Processing
SEPP (Software Engineering for Parallel Processing) is an EU-funded consortium of nine partners in Eastern and Western Europe, whose aim is to realise the architecture through the development of practical tools.
A Graphical Toolset for Simulation Modelling of Parallel Systems
Buttressing volatile desktop grids with cloud resources within a reconfigurable environment service for workflow orchestration
- S. Winter, Christopher J. Reynolds, P. Kacsuk
- Computer ScienceJournal of Cloud Computing
- 13 January 2014
Experiences in the development of a RESWO instance in which a desktop grid is buttressed with CPU resources in the cloud to support the aspirations of bioscience researchers are described.
Parallel program development for cluster computing: methodology, tools and integrated environments
GEMLCA: grid execution management for legacy code architecture design
- T. Delaitre, A. Goyeneche, P. Kacsuk, T. Kiss, G. Terstyánszky, S. Winter
- Computer ScienceProceedings of the EUROMICRO Conference
- 31 August 2004
The class structure of the architecture is described presenting each component and describing the relationships between them and the current architecture implementation is evaluated through test results gained by running the MadCity traffic simulator as a C/PVM legacy application.
Creating scalable traffic simulation on clusters
- Agathocles Gourgoulis, G. Terstyánszky, P. Kacsuk, S. Winter
- Computer Science12th Euromicro Conference on Parallel…
- 8 March 2004
The implementation of a transport simulation in a parallel environment based on a graphical parallel programming environment called P-GRADE is described, which is extended further to support the simulation of multiple cities within the same cluster and on the Grid.
Optimization Techniques for Implementing Parallel Skeletons in Grid Environments
This work describes the use and implementation of skeletons in a distributed computation environment, with the Java-based system Lithium as the reference implementation, and proposes three different optimizations based on an asynchronous, optimized RMI interaction mechanism that optimize the collection of results and the work-load balancing.
MiCADO - Towards a Microservice-based Cloud Application-level Dynamic Orchestrator
This paper investigates how a generic framework can be developed that supports the dynamic orchestration of cloud applications both at deployment and at run-time, and proposes MiCADO – (Microservices-based Cloud Application-level Dynamic Orchestrator).
Workflow Level Interoperation of Grid Data Resources
- T. Kiss, P. Kacsuk, G. Terstyánszky, S. Winter
- Computer ScienceIEEE/ACM International Symposium on Cluster…
- 19 May 2008
Generic requirements towards the workflow level interoperation of grid solutions, as one of the key areas of generic interoperation, are defined and through an example how existing tools can be extended to achieve the required level of interoperation are described.