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- Early experience of remote and hot service deployment with trustworthiness in CROWN grid
- Sun, Hailong; Zhu, Yanmin; Hu, Chunming; Huai, Jinpeng; Liu, Yunhao; Li, Jianxin
- CROWN Grid aims to empower in-depth integration of resources and cooperation of researchers nationwide and worldwide. In such a distributed environment, to facilitate adoption of services, remote and hot service deployment is highly desirable. Furthermore, when the deployer and the target container are from different domains, great security challenges arise when a service is deployed to the remote container. In this paper, we present ROST, an original scheme of Remote & hOt Service deployment with Trustworthiness. By dynamically updating runtime environment configurations, ROST avoids restarting the runtime system during deployment. Moreover, we adopt trust negotiation in ROST to assure the security of service deployment. We conduct experiments in a real grid environment, and evaluate ROST comprehensively.
- Publication type
- Conference paper
- Lecture Notes in Computer Science: proceedings of the 6th International Workshop on Advanced Parallel Processing Technologies (APPT 2005), Hong Kong, China, 27-28 October 2005 / Jiannong Cao, Wolfgang Nejdl and Ming Xu (eds.), Vol. 3756, pp. 301-312
- Publication year
- CROWN Grid; Hot service deployment; Remote service deployment; ROST; Service grid; TNA; Trust Negotiation Agent
- 0302-9743 (series ISSN)
- 9783540296393, 3540296395
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- Copyright © Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg 2005.
- Additional information
- The authors acknowledge support from the National Natural Science Foundation of China under Grant 91412011, China Ministry of Education under grant CG2003-CG004 and P004 and GA004 and Microsoft Research Asia.
- Peer reviewed