Downloading: Job Scheduling with Fault Tolerance in Grid Environment Using Service Oriented Architecture
International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR)

International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR)
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Job Scheduling with Fault Tolerance in Grid Environment Using Service Oriented Architecture

V. Indhumathi, G. M. Nasira

Abstract: Grid Computing constructs the vision of a easy and huge dominant self administration system exposed of great compilation of associated heterogeneous systems distribute a variety of resources which direct to the dilemma of load balancing. The major objective of load balancing is to offer a dispersed, low cost, proposal that stability the load diagonally the entire resources. Service Oriented Architecture (SOA) is a familiar devise model for dispersed systems. Its concepts of self-motivated and loose coupling are destined for self adaptive systems. Opening through a meaning of service and SOA, we explain and study diverse formation plus the method of service invocation with a five step model. in addition, we use Adaptive Service Oriented Architecture (ASOA) portray probable faults and describe SOA specific faults as a novel fault class that make bigger the identified fault set for dispersed systems with load balancing.

Keywords: Grid Computing, Load balancing, SOA, Fault Tolerance, ASOA



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