Cluster Infrastructure for Biological and Health Related Research

Abstract

Researchers in the biological and health industries need powerful and stable systems for their work. These systems must be dependable, fault-tolerant, highly available and easy to use. To cope with these demands we propose the use of computational and data clusters in a fail-over configuration combined with the grid technology and job scheduling. Our infrastructure has been deployed successfully for running time-critical applications in commercial environments. We also present experimental results from this pilot implementation that demonstrate the viability of our approach.

DOI: 10.1109/CCGRID.2003.1199416

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@inproceedings{Corsava2003ClusterIF, title={Cluster Infrastructure for Biological and Health Related Research}, author={Sophia Corsava and Vladimir Getov}, booktitle={CCGRID}, year={2003} }