Introducing Risk Management into the Grid

  title={Introducing Risk Management into the Grid},
  author={Karim Djemame and Iain Gourlay and James Padgett and Georg Birkenheuer and Matthias Hovestadt and Odej Kao and Kerstin Vo\ss},
  journal={2006 Second IEEE International Conference on e-Science and Grid Computing (e-Science'06)},
Service Level Agreements (SLAs) are explicit statements about all expectations and obligations in the business partnership between customers and providers. They have been introduced in Grid computing to overcome the best effort approach, making the Grid more interesting for commercial applications. However, decisions on negotiation and system management still rely on static approaches, not reflecting the risk linked with decisions. The EC-funded project "AssessGrid" aims at introducing risk… CONTINUE READING
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